On Feb 6, 2009, at 5:06 PM, John Gulick wrote:
> I wrongly thought that Murray did not ground his attacks on the
> corporate liberal welfare state in a consistent, principled
> but rather appopriated willy-nilly whatever tools seem appropriate
> to the task (including ersatz cultural racism/social Darwinism). But
> you point out, for the most part libertarians in the American grain
> more likely to critique food stamps than Pentagon procurement, so such
> "ideologues" (probably the wrong term to use in the first place) are
> and few between.
An exception is Lew Rockwell of The Mises Institute.