Gary Allen passed away 30 years ago and I may be one of just a handful of people who remember his name or care to seek out more about him. He was gone before I had a chance to know about him. His book, None Dare Call It Conspiracy, was introduced to me in the late ’80s or early ’90s, during the Bush presidency. At that time I had a budding interest in politics and my friend’s mom recommended that I read it. The book taught me new things, and confirmed things I had already been thinking. As I paid attention to the speeches of George Bush Sr., I confirmed for myself that Mr. Allen had written the truth. I stopped calling myself a Republican at that point, though I’m still very much a conservative. Perhaps, with the exception of The Law by Frederic Bastiat, None Dare Call It Conspiracy has shaped the way I see politics more than any other book.
I saw this collection of Gary Allen talks on YouTube and thought it would be good to put them on a single page for reference.