Sheldon Richman, a research fellow with the Independent Institute, discusses Donald Trump’s old fashioned protectionism and why he has so much popular support for forcibly deporting 11 million people from the US.
David S. D’Amato, an attorney with an LL.M. in international law and business, discusses how the Trans-Pacific Partnership “free trade agreement” runs afoul of libertarian principles.
James Bovard, author of Public Policy Hooligan, discusses his article “Local police officers should not be able to claim ‘federal’ immunity from prosecution.”
Muhammad Sahimi, a professor of chemical engineering at USC, discusses his article “Iran’s ‘Deep State’ Has the Most to Lose from Opening to the West.”More Interviews
Once we finally get antiwar.com/radio and scotthorton.org/interviews all reconciled, we’ll find that it’s really more, I think, but according to the counter today: It’s now more than 4,000 interviews at http://scotthorton.org/interviews Full list here: http://scotthorton.org/all-interviews-2/More from Stress