Scott Horton Interviews Anthony Gregory

Scott Horton, September 12, 2009

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Anthony Gregory, research analyst at the Independent Institute, discusses the numerous liberties lost in the new millennium, the U.S.-resident Muslims held on “material witness” grounds after 9/11, Patriot Act and FISA amendment increases to government power and how Congressional authorization for the use of force is worse than a declaration of war.

MP3 here. (23:15)

Anthony Gregory is Editor-in-Chief at Campaign for Liberty and a Research Analyst at The Independent Institute. He earned his bachelor’s degree in American history from the University of California at Berkeley and gave the undergraduate history commencement speech in 2003. Mr. Gregory is also the recipient of the Ron Paul Liberty in Media Award for his Independent Institute article, “An Anniversary that We Must Never Forget.”

His articles have appeared in the San Diego Union-Tribune, East Valley Tribune (AZ), Contra Costa Times, The Star (Chicago, IL), Washington Times, Vacaville Reporter, Palo Verde Times, and other newspapers, and he regularly writes for numerous news and commentary web sites, including LewRockwell.com, Future of Freedom Foundation and Rational Review. Mr. Gregory is currently writing an Independent Institute book on individual liberty and the writ of habeas corpus.

5 Responses to “Anthony Gregory”

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  2. Great interview Anthony and Scott! Keep up the great work!

  3. Our enemy is the state. Nice interview, guys.

  4. Our enemy is accumulated power, public or private, and the institutions that concentrate power.

  5. Cecil, this is probably why Glenn shortened it to "our enemy is the state". Without the state, no public or private authority can accumulate a massive concentration of power.

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