J.H. Huebert, professor of law at Ohio Norther University School of Law, scholar at the Ludwig von Mises Institute and author of Libertarianism Today, discusses the truth in Randolph Bourne’s old maxim “War is the health of the state,” the fallacy of pro-war libertarianism, conservative politicians who give lip service to free markets come election time and profit from government controlled competetion afterward, the origin of the war on (some) drugs and its disastrous results for the U.S. prison population and why libertarians – if always in the extreme minority – can take some consolation in being right on the big issues of the day.
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