Stories written by Loren Spivack
Loren Spivack grew up in Massachusetts and studied history and political science at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. He spent most of the last 20 years living in New York City and doing fundraising for different charities. Before founding Free Market Warrior, Mr. Spivack spent several years as a marketing and management consultant for various companies and non-profits. Currently, Mr. Spivack is a popular speaker at conservative and Libertarian groups and teaches study groups on classical economic theory. He lives in Massachusetts with his wife and six children.

Paul Ryan’s Road Map to Serfdom

I must confess that before a Tea Party group in Massachusetts asked me to speak to them about Paul Ryan’s “Roadmap for America,” I had never read it.  Sure, I had a general idea from news media accounts that Rep Ryan had charted a Republican alternative to the insanity of our current fiscal policy.  But […]

March 9, 2011 | Posted in Loren Spivack | Read More »

Five Ways Not to Cut the Deficit…And One Real Answer

The good news is that cutting the budget is easier than everyone says.  The bad news is that they’re wrong about everything else too.  Conservatives seem to be all over the map about the foremost issue of our day (of our lifetime really) what to do about the Federal monstrosity.  And we know where the […]

February 1, 2011 | Posted in Loren Spivack | Read More »

THE Obama Parody

[From the Editor] I had the opportunity yesterday to sit down with Loren Spivack, the Free Market Warrior, for a discussion on his recently released book “The New Democrat: The Parody for the Tea Party Movement”; a hilarious look at the first two years of the Obama Presidency told through the guise of a famed […]

September 15, 2010 | Posted in Loren Spivack | Read More »

Everything You Need to Know About Statism

As someone who teaches people about economics on a daily (or nightly) basis, I’m always on the lookout for a good object lesson, especially one that demonstrates a fundamental difference of principal between the “collectivist” and the “Free Market” outlook. And it would certainly be hard to pass up on the (Frank-Dodd) “Financial Reform” bill, […]

June 30, 2010 | Posted in Loren Spivack | Read More »

The Problem with Democracy…and the Solution

So, it seems that the Democrats of South Carolina have duly nominated, as their Senate candidate, a man with no job, no money, no campaign organization, and (the less charitable might say) no clue.  And everyone’s trying to figure out how this could have happened.  Leaving aside crackpot theories wherein the Republicans secretly inserted an […]

June 19, 2010 | Posted in Loren Spivack | Read More »

The Real Scandal

It’s refreshing to see that the Main Stream Media is actually taking a serious look at an Obama administration scandal. Unlike the “Messiah” of two years ago, today’s all too human Obama is actually being held to some ethical standards (if by “held to” you mean “caught by”). His tampering with Democratic primaries by offering […]

June 11, 2010 | Posted in Loren Spivack | Read More »

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