In my Forbes column last week, I discussed the mandatory minimum sentences that inspired the protest in Burns, Oregon, attended by the men now occupying buildings at Malheur National Wildlife Refuge. Last Thursday I appeared on the Ron Paul Liberty Report to discuss the same subject, the broader problems with mandatory minimums, and the law enforcement response to the occupation. You can watch that interview below.
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