Scott Horton Interviews Jacob Hornberger

Scott Horton, July 25, 2007

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Jacob Hornberger, founder and president of the Future of Freedom Foundation discusses the circumstances in which the German people accepted the rise of the Nazi Reich, the use of crisis as an excuse to destroy liberty, the writ of habeas corpus, the unitary executive theory, Bush’s new Executive Order granting the Treasury Department to seize the property of whoever they deem threaten their criminal Iraq policy, Ron Paul, and his recent Restoring the Republic conference.

MP3 here. (48:54)

Jacob G. Hornberger is founder and president of The Future of Freedom Foundation. He was born and raised in Laredo, Texas, and received his B.A. in economics from Virginia Military Institute and his law degree from the University of Texas. He was a trial attorney for twelve years in Texas. He also was an adjunct professor at the University of Dallas, where he taught law and economics. In 1987, Mr. Hornberger left the practice of law to become director of programs at The Foundation for Economic Education in Irvington-on-Hudson, New York, publisher of The Freeman.

Freedom Daily. Fluent in Spanish and conversant in Italian, he has delivered speeches and engaged in debates and discussions about free-market principles with groups all over the United States, as well as Canada, England, Europe, and Latin America, including Brazil, Cuba, Bolivia, Mexico, Costa Rica, and Argentina.

He has also advanced freedom and free markets on talk-radio stations all across the country as well as on FOX New’s Neil Cavuto and Greta van Susteren shows. His editorials have appeared in the Washington Post, Charlotte Observer, La Prensa San Diego, El Nuevo Miami Herald, and many others, both in the United States and in Latin America. He is a co-editor or contributor to the eight books that have been published by the Foundation.

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