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Congressman Ron Paul's Liberty in Media Awards
On Wednesday, Nobel laureate James M. Buchanan of George Mason University died at the age of 93. Best known for his pioneering ...
Eleven years ago, on January 11, 2002, the Bush administration proudly presented to the world one of its major responses to the terrorist attacks ...
It was clear the fix was in the moment the term “fiscal cliff” was coined to describe the series of spending cuts and tax ...
The July shooting in the Aurora, Colorado, movie theater, which took 12 lives and injured 58 during the midnight premier of The Dark Knight ...
It’s official: The U. S. government has reached its debt limit. According to the Daily Treasury Statement for December 31, 2012, total ...
President Obama may be poised to claim an unprecedented executive power. Or not. It depends on whether you credit official denials from White House ...
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Obama Begins His Second Term, Bush’s Fourth
by A. Barton Hinkle
Another Year In Washington, D.C. Is Another Year Of Policy Insanity
by Doug Bandow
Plead Guilty or Go to Prison for Life
by Jacob Sullum
My Line in the Sand Is Drawn Here!
by Chuck Baldwin
Tyranny and the Monopoly of Arms
by Stephen P. Halbrook
Ludwig von Mises Institute
The American System of Suffering, 1965-2014
by Nick Turse and Tom Engelhardt
WAR ON TERRORISM
“We Just Killed a Kid?” “No, a Dog.” “On Two Legs?”
by Nat Hentoff
by Lew Rockwell with Peter Janney
Competition and Free Thought: Friedman, Mill, and Educational Choice
by Nathan Smith
Foundation for Economic Education
The Disbanding of Troops
by Frederic Bastiat
Ludwig von Mises Institute
January 11, 2013
Do you ever wonder about the final thoughts of a U.S. soldier who has just been shot by one of his compatriots in the Afghan army? After all, his killer is one of the guys he’s been training and supporting in the Pentagon’s 12-year project to “rebuild Afghanistan.” The GI turns his back, finds himself riddled with bullets from a gun fired by the ...
January 10, 2013
One of the most interesting, albeit frustrating, aspects of being a libertarian is having to repeatedly show the fallacies behind statist thinking. No matter how many times we libertarians destroy statist reasoning behind statist policies, the statists just keep coming back and proposing the same fallacious and destructive policies. Perhaps the best example of this phenomenon involves the minimum wage, which involves a government-mandated minimum ...
January 9, 2013
John Cornyn, the U.S. Senator from Texas, has ignited a firestorm with an op-ed in which he stated that it might be necessary to “partially shut down the government” as part of the upcoming debt-ceiling debate in “our ongoing fight to bring fiscal sanity to Washington.” Cornyn correctly points out that the “biggest fiscal problem in Washington is excessive spending, not insufficient taxation.” Unfortunately, however, ...
January 8, 2013
Last Sunday besieged Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad delivered a public speech at which he condemned the Syrians who are trying to oust him from power as “murderous criminals” and “terrorists.” According to a Syrian shopkeeper quoted in a New York Times article about the speech, Assad “divided Syrians in two camps, one with him who are patriots and one against him who are ...
THE JACOB HORNBERGER SHOW
Sunday, January 13, 2013
Speaker: Jacob Hornberger
ECONOMIC LIBERTY LECTURE SERIES: TIMUR KURAN
Tuesday, February 05, 2013
Speaker: Timur Kuran
UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS
Monday, February 11, 2013
Speaker: Sheldon Richman
FFF AT 2013 SFL INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE
Saturday, February 16, 2013
Speaker: Sheldon Richman
LAW AND ECONOMICS SEMINAR AT GEORGE MASON UNIVERSITY
Monday, February 18, 2013
Speaker: Jacob G. Hornberger
PRETEXTS AND PROVOCATIONSThursday, October 18, 2012
Patrick Clawson, Director of Research at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy (WINEP), attracted some attention last month for his remarks during a ...
THE MALALAS YOU WILL NOT HEAR ABOUTThursday, October 18, 2012
Some news stories break your heart. On October 9, in Pakistan, 14-year-old Malala Yousafzai was shot twice in the head by Taliban ...
LOOK FOR THE UNION LIABLETuesday, November 27, 2012
Unions are now more empowered and more desperate. They feel empowered because a radically pro-union president has been elected for a second term. An
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