Friday, November 18, 2011
Lew Rockwell on "Crazy Keynesianism" and the Police State
Occupy Wall Street after spreading across the country over the last 60 days, in protest of inequality and bank bailouts, to name a few issues, has seen a crackdown. Zuccotti Park, home of Occupy Wall Street was cleared out early this morning by riot police. Yesterday, hundreds of police in riot gear dismantled Occupy Oakland camp, arresting protesters. As for the movement, it continues as protesters march on in New York and in Northern California on the campus of UC Berkeley. As for the response from authorities, if you were an investor, would you wish you could go long police raids? Well we're pretty sure you can't, so who stands to benefit from this? We speak to Lew Rockwell, chairman of the Ludwig von Mises Institute.
Posted by John Jackson at 10:18 AM