The Trump bump may soon be replaced with a more bitter reality.
On Mises Weekends, Jeff was joined by Allen Mendenhall, Mises Associated Scholar and Director of the Blackstone and Burke Center, to discuss Trump’s selection of Neil Gorsuch. Is he an activist, an authoritarian, an originalist, or a positivist? Is he too cozy with federal power, or does he show a libertarian Coloradan streak? Jeff and Allen look over his record and what libertarians should expect from the next Supreme Court Justice.
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And in case you missed any of them, here are the articles featured this week on the Mises Wire:
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