Saturday, April 28, 2012

Audio Version of the Speech Heard About Around the World

Robert Wenzel's speech at the New York Federal Reserve has set the economics world abuzz this week. Autsro-libertarians around the globe have been rejoicing and toasting the talk that ended with an invitation to the two-legged rats occupying the "most important of the Federal Reserve banks in the Fed system" to quit their economy rigging schemes and walk out. 

Central planners are not known to appreciate dissent, and hearing Wenzel's scathing criticism of them in their own lair was as empowering as much as it was worrying that he might not make it out alive. 

EPJ reader Jeff Rowberg has been kind enough to produce an audio version of the speech, available at: 

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