Walnuts are drugs? FDA shuts down walnut sales. Six year old girl groped by TSA. Obama the Con Artist, US Intervention in Libya. Gold Valuation & Purchasing Power. Stability of Currency on Gold Standard. Dangers & Evil of Fiat Currency. The Movie Atlas Shrugged. The Moral Contradictions of Government Employees. Police Charge Epileptic with "Grand Mal Seizure". Former IRS Agent Sherry Peel Jackson Released From Prison. Congress Didn't Really Reduce Spending.

Larken Rose, self-described tax heretic and enemy of the state debates Michael Benoit, a Libertarian political candidate from California. (Second in a two part series continued from 4/6/2011)

Larken Rose, self-described tax heretic and enemy of the state debates Michael Benoit, a Libertarian political candidate from California.

Robert P. Murphy, economist and adjunct scholar with the Ludwig von Mises Institute, discusses his proposed debate with Paul Krugman as well other aspects of economics from an Austrian perspective.

Heather Lewis, a first year law student who attended Bernard von NotHaus' Federal trial over the Liberty Dollar joins Peter in a discussion of what happened and why it was a complete show trial.

Zolt Nagavary of WhatIsTaxed.com joins Peter in this fourth of a four part series on data mining the federal tax code.

Third in a series where Zolt from WhatIsTaxed.com discusses and analyzes the scope and limits of U.S. tax law using the government's own search engine and other search tools.

Second in a series where Zolt from WhatIsTaxed.com continues his discussion and analysis of the U.S. tax code using the government's own search engine and other search tools.

Zolt Nagavary of WhatIsTaxed.com shows the basics of how to use the government's own search engines to discover the true scope and limitations of the federal income tax. Part One. (To be Continued on March 2, 2001)