About Robert Wenzel














Robert Wenzel, who grew up outside Boston, states that his vision of liberty is "more radical than that of the Founding Fathers."


He is editor & publisher of EconomicPolicyJournal.com and of Target Liberty, where he discusses issues relating to free markets, liberty and Private Property Society theory.

Wenzel does not expect to see a Private Property Society develop in his lifetime but he loves the intellectual battle involved in promoting it and the smashing of statists.

He considers the writings of Ludwig von Mises, F.A Hayek, Murray Rothbard, Henry Hazlitt and Harry Browne as the most important influences on his thinking. 

A frequent guest on radio talk shows, he has been quoted in The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Forbes, Bloomberg, ZeroHedge, LewRockwell.com, at CNBC and many other media outlets.

He is author of The Fed Flunks: My Speech at the New York Federal Reserve Bank and Dear Fellow Health Club Member, Please Leave Me the Hell Alone: An economic analysis of the water "shortage" 

For a list of selected Robert Wenzel media interviews see here.

A popular speaker, his speeches include:


"2+2=4" which was delivered before a radical leftist anarchist group in Oakland. California.


He also delivered the 2013 Henry Hazlitt Memorial Lecture at the Austrian Economics Research Conference and was a guest speaker at the 2016 H.L. Mencken Conference.


Wenzel's EconomicPolicyJournal.com  has drawn acclaim from across the political spectrum.



Wenzel's Linked-In page is here.


The Daily Bell interview with Wenzel is here.


Wenzel columns featured at LewRockwell.com

Wenzel columns at EconomicPolicyJournal.com

Books by Robert Wenzel are here.

Podcasts of the Robert Wenzel Show are here.

Robert Wenzel columns featured at Real Clear Markets are here.

Selected Robert Wenzel Media Interviews and Other Key Events are here.

He is founder of the Circle Rothbard San Francisco whose attendees have included Walter Block and Justin Raimondo.






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Wenzel resides in San Francisco. He can be reached at rw@economicpolicyjournal.com