Tuesday, January 11, 2011

My Appearance on Judge Napolitano's Show Wednesday

I'll be going to New York today (via Amtrak) and will be gone until Friday night, so posting is likely to be spotty at best. I'm attending a conference in the city, and I'll have a report on that later.

On Wednesday night, January 12, I am scheduled to appear on Judge Andrew Napolitano's show, "Freedom Watch," on the Fox Business Channel. We tape between 4:30 and 6, and the show comes on at 8 p.m.

Hope everyone has a great week!

7 comments:

Dan said...

Is someone trying to become the nutty right wing version of Paul Krugman now?

ClassicalLiberal said...

I will be watching for you!

Anonymous said...

cool!

Skrag said...

For those without FBN, full episodes without commercials can be watched here.

Anonymous said...

Why are you supporting government enteprise by taking the Amtrak? If you were not such a hyporcrit, you would take the bus.

badgerdave said...

@Anonymous it's pretty hard to be cut the government totally out of our lives as a libertarian, getting along without the post office, government roads, and utilities is pretty much impossible for those that aren't wealthy enough to own their own helicopter or airstrip (even then you'll need to communicate with government air traffic controllers)

It's probably easier to eat Kosher at a North Carolina BBQ competition than to be the ultimate principled libertarian.

burkll13 said...

@ anonymous:

what would you rather he done? get molested by a government offender in an airport? or how about jump in his state registered vehicle and travel there on subsidized roads?

i have a challenge for the non-libertarians. try living a day without using or being subject to government. hell, you cant even poop without doing it in a way that is acceptable to the government. until it is possible to do anything outside of government approval, calling a libertarian hypocritical is the act of an arrogant, desperate individual. just my honest opinion.