Woods on Fox By Caleb Stegall - November 5, 2009 6 Reading Time: < 1 Facebook Twitter Email Print State’s rights, state legislatures, repeal of 16th and 17th, constitutional convention, and even nullification, coming back into the so-called mainstream discussion. RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR The Barbershop Left (not Liberal) Conservatism (or Communitarianism, if you Prefer): A Restatement The Nightstand The Domestic Arts: Finding a Quiet Dignity in the Mundane The Nightstand Calling For A 21st-Century Magna Carta: A Review of Joel Kotkin’s The Coming Neo-Feudalism Short Left Conservatism, Public Lands, and Flannery O’Connor The Nightstand Free America, The Front Porch Republic, and America’s Decentralist Tradition Short No 2020 Conference, but Maybe a Local Porch 6 COMMENTS Tom Woods, now that’s an economist that knows what he’s talkin’ about! I’m sorry Caleb, it’s a fine and important discussion, but seeing it start out with Glen Beck’s substitute taking about the national government “taking control over your own body,” taking away “privacy” and “freedom of choice,” and interfering with “decisions with you own physician”–all of which, of course, are primary talking points straight out of the abortion rights handbook–simply cracked me up. The Vast Right-Wing Conspiracy needs a spot-editor, methinks. Move to Detriot where they are too poor to mess with the people….. The house of cards will fall, eventually….they always do. -Junker Any time i hear someone agitate for a “Constitutional Convention”, I know some real mischief is about to heat up Great! I’ll forward this short video to some interested folks. I agree that the opening could have done with quite a bit of improvement Russell, I thought the rest was pretty well done. It’s a bit heartening to see the discussion on whether the Federal government is any longer legitimate, move into the mainstream, at least somewhat. It’s overdue. The social contract has been shredded. Thomas Woods gives a shout out to Kirkpatrick Sale, nice. Comments are closed.