Thursday, February 19, 2009

Fox News Strategy Room with Judge Napolitano, Ron Paul, Peter Schiff, and Lew Rockwell

Ron Paul, Peter Schiff, and Judge Napolitano in one full house video? You betcha. Alas, Jim Rogers was unavailable for a royal flush. But Lew Rockwell pops up in the third video, for a straight flush.

Okay, yes this is a bit 'American', but I still believe that Austrian hope for the world will still spring from the US, especially from Ron Paul, Lew Rockwell, and Peter Schiff, so we need to keep tabs on what they're saying about Obama, Geithner, and the rest of the DC looters. Get the beers in and cameras roll...



Congressman Paul drops out halfway through the third YouTube, but Lew Rockwell pops up a bit later in the same one. Steve Moore also talks on the US car bailout.


This fourth video gets a bit dull to non-American people after 3:40 but picks up again at 4:40.




Kudos to marcaeld for producing these YouTube videos.


Anonymous said...

The Austrian Economic and Libertarian movement seems stronger in the States. I linked to these videos through a site called Liberty Maven One amongst many Libertarian and Austrian economic sites emanating from the U.S.

Fox News including Fox Business and the Strategy Room (Fox Online show) are far more open to these ideas than UK broadcast media. They regularly have an Austrian and Libertarian guest commentators and hosts on their shows.

By the way this is a unique and great site for the UK audience interested in the truth and such ideas.

Please keep up the good work



Jack Maturin said...

Thanks Anonymous! :-)

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Sean Shepard said...

As the editor the The Liberty File ( and having to scan hundreds of news items and sources each day, it does seem that Austrian economics is getting a little more of a fair shake than it did several years ago.

People are starting to agree that borrowing from hoped for future prosperity and putting our children in debt can come to no good and that it creates misallocation of resources. In order to create a job, the government must first destroy one somewhere else.

Jack Maturin said...

It is interesting that Obama is having a much harder time that I thought he would.

When he came in, he had such Godlike approvals rating figures, that I reckoned he would be like Tony Blair, here, in 1997.

But it is proving much harder than even he realised, to get his way. And this may be due to the spreading ideas of Austrian economics, principally from Ron Paul and Peter Schiff.

We shall see.