Thursday, January 13, 2011

My Appearance on Judge Napolitano's Show January 12

Here is Judge Napolitano's show on Wednesday. I appear at about the five-minute mark of Part II, which is linked here.

I tried to upload the video itself, but was not successful.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Great job. You looked so handsome..

Jerri Lynn Ward said...

I agree with the handsome remark. You were also extremely articulate and persuasive.

Great job!

Carola said...

You go, Bill!!!! Great job!

Narcissist07 said...

Bill, You did credit to yourself. You came across as educated, informed, and Up to date on issues discussed. Kudos to you, Professor, I am ready to come to Frostburg State to enroll in your economics class... Wait, is it colder up there? Think I will just stay in the shadow of Lookout Mountain for now, but if I was closer, or you ever decided to come back to Covenant, I would certainly be sitting in the front row of your classes.

Anonymous said...

I put it on Summerville topix.

Rob said...

Very well done, Dr. Anderson. I think this can only help you in reaching more people. Hopefully you'll be on Freedom Watch more often in the future.

Ned Netterville said...

A very credible job of pillorying Krugman, and an even more thorough job of it in your latest LRC. I'm so glad someone with an audience bigger than mine (wife, dog and 3 cats) is pointing out the wicked violence and hypocrisy of the thugs on the left through their IRS-enforced government programs, including mandatory--buy health insurance or the IRS will take your house and kill you if you resist--Obama care. Here is an excerpt of a comment I maded on the Mises.org blog:

By no means am I defending Republicans or “the right wing.” But in the political divide that Krugman sees and writes about, clearly advocates of violence are to be found in abundance among Democrats/the left/liberals/progressives and Republicans/the right/conservatives/neocons) alike. Violence is certainly not confined to Republicans and the right as Krugman would have you believe. On the right, we certainly do have those violent people who promote and defend the military-industrial complex and America’s violent foreign policies as well as taxation to support the many government programs their “strictly limited government” accepts. However, on the left we have violent hypocrites who profess to abhor violence but who support many of America’s foreign wars like Afghanistan, and vicious economists like Krugman, who believes that World War II was as an “enormous public-works project” and “a fiscal stimulus adequate to the economy’s needs.” (see: http://jesus-on-taxes.com/ON_PAUL_KRUGMAN.html). Furthermore, Krugman see nothing wrong with sending gun-tooting agents of the IRS to violently force otherwise peaceful people to cough up money to pay for wasteful government programs the left consistently embraces. The Obama-care insurance mandate enforced by those gun-totting IRS agents is a fine example of the left’s penchant for initiating violence and the blatant hypocrisy of any pretense of nonviolence.

Maurice Pianko said...

Well done! The point about selective enforcement is spot on.