Wendy Honett Archive

Mike Church Interviews Robert Higgs



Last week, Robert Higgs appeared on the “Mike Church Show.” If you missed it, you can check it out here.

Public Justice



A favorite resource of mine for news about corruption in law enforcement is InjusticeEverywhere.com. Their Twitter feed is hard to stomach, but I do my best and I try to call attention to it when I can. I think it is important to note that in the last few days alone, InjusticeEverywhere posted stories...
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Robert Higgs on Reason TV



When Bob Higgs flew to D.C. to interview on C-SPAN recently, he stopped in to Reason TV to talk with Nick Gillespie about The Decline of American Liberalism by Arthur A. Ekirch, Jr., as well as his own Depression, War, and Cold War. We are publishing both books in paperback this month. Check out...
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Three Hours of Nothing But Higgs!



It’s official (and about time)! Robert Higgs will be interviewed on C-SPAN In Depth on April 5 (and again on April 6). Three hours of Bob and every book he’s written. Don’t miss it!

Bill Steigerwald’s Farewell



For those of us unfortunate enough to care about both liberty and journalism, Bill Steigerwald’s announcement today that he’s leaving the newspaper business was regrettable. In an email sent to friends and associates, he jokes about his next endeavors (he’s open to everything from freelance gigs to grass-cutting) but promises to resurface before he...
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Dennis Prager Interviews Robert Higgs



Syndicated talk show host Dennis Prager interviewed Bob Higgs on Feb. 24. In case you missed it, the lovely production staff sent me this file. After discussing Obama’s stimulus plan and dispelling myths surrounding wartime spending, Prager admits to wanting to fly to Louisiana just to hug Bob. Well worth a listen.

As if a Forced Cable Transition Isn’t Silly Enough



For anyone still lingering in the “dark ages” of rabbit ears (Wait, do we have to switch yet? Don’t we? Is there a right answer?), the president has developed a “coupon program” to help subsidize the cost of the converter box needed for the upgrade. In fact, he has set aside an additional $650...
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New Strategy in War on Terror? Don’t Hold Your Breath



Buried on page A19 of yesterday’s New York Times was what should have been Charlie Savage’s front-page story. In “Obama’s War on Terror May Resemble Bush’s in Some Areas,” Savage highlights several troubling comparisons between the two administrations. While acknowledging that just after the inauguration, “Mr. Obama thrilled civil liberties groups when he issued...
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C-SPAN2 Covers Recarving Rushmore on Presidents Day



Yesterday, C-SPAN2 Book TV aired our Jan. 7th policy forum on Recarving Rushmore. Thank you to Ron Paul and Richard Shenkman for participating in the event. Watch it here.

“Thank You,” Mr. Redford, for Gov’t-Subsidized Art



“Thank goodness” Mr. Robert Redford called House Speaker Nancy Pelosi last week to secure a $50 million allocation for the arts amongst the $800-something-billion approved on Friday. And here I was worried that art and culture would all but disappear from the American landscape. I feel better knowing that the federal government is doing...
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