Remove all filters
Showing 41 - 47 of 47 Results
Robert Higgs on War, Taxes, and Economic Crises
Recorded: Thursday, January 15, 2009
Experts: Robert Higgs Type: Other Event Issues: Defense and Foreign Policy, Economic Policy, Fiscal Policy/Debt, Taxes
Bush, Obama, and Presidential Power
Recorded: Wednesday, January 7, 2009
Ron Paul, Richard Shenkman, and Ivan Eland, author of
, discuss which presidents were the best and worst at promoting peace, prosperity, and liberty.
Experts: Ivan Eland, Ron Paul, Richard Shenkman, David J. Theroux Type: Television Issues: Defense and Foreign Policy, Government Power, History (U.S), Politics
David Theroux on ABC7 on Selling Government Land to Reduce California Deficit
Recorded: Tuesday, September 9, 2008
David Theroux proposes that California sell government land to reduce the states budget crisis in an ABC 7 MoneyScope report.
Experts: David J. Theroux Type: Television Issues: Fiscal Policy/Debt, Land Use
What the Second Amendment Means Today
Recorded: Wednesday, July 2, 2008
Part 1 |
Experts: Robert Higgs, Don B. Kates Jr., David J. Theroux Type: Independent Institute Event Issues: Constitutional Law, Gun Control, History (U.S)
Is the Second Amendment an Individual Right?
Recorded: Monday, June 9, 2008
Part 1 |
An Independent Policy Forum held on 6/09/08. Joyce Lee Malcolm and Stephen Halbrook discuss the history of the Second Amendment and its interpretation in American law.
Experts: Stephen P. Halbrook, Joyce Lee Malcolm, David J. Theroux Type: Independent Institute Event Issues: Constitutional Law, Gun Control, History (U.S)
David Theroux on KTVU2 on Government Taxes and Spending
Recorded: Friday, April 15, 2005
David Theroux discusses the breakdown of U.S. government tax spending and reducing the burden placed on taxpayers in a KTVU Channel 2 report.
Experts: David J. Theroux Type: Television Issues: Fiscal Policy/Debt, Taxes
Robert Higgs on Rights During National Emergencies
Recorded: Thursday, January 1, 1987
In this lecture from 1987, Robert Higgs speaks about governments' tendency to bend or suspend individual rights during emergency situations. He reviews the history of this in the United States and questions whether the U.S. Constitution is strong enough to protect private rights in the face of an unending string of national crises.
Check out Higgs' book
Crisis and Leviathan
Experts: Robert Higgs Type: Television Issues: Bureaucracy and Government, Civil Liberties/ Human Rights, Constitutional Law, Freedom, Government Power, Government Waste/Pork, History (U.S), Political Ideology and Philosophy