Mankind's Bitter Enemy, Murray N. Rothbard on the rise of statism - A Middle East Without America?, Let's hope so, says Pat Buchanan - 7 Antibiotics for Your Medical Stockpile, Cynthia Koelker explains each type and what it treats best.
Chinese authorities moved quickly and with force to quash a pro-democracy 'Jasmine Revolution', believed to have been inspired by the recent uprisings in the Middle East and North Africa.
Latest figures show the death toll from clashes in Libya’s massive popular uprising against long-time ruler Muammar Gaddafi is nearing 300.
What would be a humiliation for many turned into a party for Belgium Thursday as the country's citizens marked 249 days without a government.
300 soldiers head back to state fresh from Iraq after Gov. Walker put Guard on alert last week to prepare for strikes
Amid burials and prayers, tens of thousands of Libyans took to the streets Friday to air their discontent with four decades of Moammar Gadhafi, the longest-ruling president in the world, witnesses said.
For the Love of Liberty, Lew Rockwell on conservatives versus freedom - Egyptians, Revolt Against the State Currency - Water and Survival Techniques - A Nation of Cringing Wretches, TSA gate-rape and Real ID tracking are slave training, says Eric Pet
In Wisconsin, the special interests are greedy public-sector unions, including teachers, who are demonstrating in Madison because they are now on the receiving end of the pain that they have been inflicting on taxpayers for decades.
"One World Government?... then expect One World LOVEolution"
The Davis Case in a nutshell Arrested January 27th in Pakistan, Raymond Davis was charged in the shooting deaths of two Pakistani's. Davis is a former Special Forces operative who claims that he was being tailed by the two men belonging to Pakist
At first glance, the “leaderless revolution” in Egypt has nothing in common with the recent closing of Allyson’s, a local deli here in our small Oregon town. Until you hear why the bank called the note. “… the balance and payments are due.”
global food prices have jumped 29% in the past year, and are just 3% below the all-time peak hit in 2008. ...the rising prices have hit people hardest in the developing world because they spend as much as half their income on food.
Chickens are probably the easiest and most productive farm animal you can have, but many don't know how to go about making it happen. So I will be documenting the process and provide weekly updates...
Grossman said, so "why not demand in a Middle East Final Act that they live up to their rhetoric by allowing insiders and outsiders to judge the distance between promises and policies"
Muse, led by libertarian frontman Matthew Bellamy, rocked the Grammy Awards with a live performance of Uprising, a song inspired by John Perkins's Confessions of an Economic Hitman. The band won a Grammy for their album The Resistance.
Listen, YAF, Murray Rothbard on Young Americans for Freedom, bad long before its vicious, personal attack on Ron Paul - The Real Tea Party, Charles Stampul on the Republican fraud - Hold the Celebration, Egypt's struggle has just begun, says S
The influence of Brotherhood groups in the government even extends to the FBI and military. An official from ISNA was asked to lecture U.S. troops at Fort Hood about Islam after the terrorist shooting took place. The FBI has also held meetings with t
We know where Egypt has been and we know, to some extent where Egypt is now. The question is where Egypt is heading in the future. There was a civilian uprising and then a changing of the guard so to speak. There was a termination of the Mubarak p
The decades of anger from the abuses suffered under [Mubarak]'s regime finally spilled over into an insurmountable wave that has cleansed that nation of ... exactly one tyrant.
The Power Elite vs. You and Me - 10 Best Assassination Movies, Have you seen them all? - How To Protect Your Firearms - Bradley Manning Is a Hero, Yet the alleged WikiLeaks informant is being tortured in a cage
A very good overview of CPAC.Entered By: John Green
Episode #15: Featured Guest Ernie Hancock - Hosted By: John Bush and Jason Rink.
Official website for (potential 2012 presidential run? ;) ) Ron Paul's Liberty PAC.Entered By: John Green
Even Islamists have to eat. It is unclear whether President Hosni Mubarak of Egypt will survive, or whether his nationalist regime will be replaced by an Islamist, democratic, or authoritarian state. What is certain is that it will be a failed state.
Is it democracy that's on the minds of the Egyptian people? Or is it Egyptian democracy that's on the mind of the Obama administration and the mainstream media? While listening to the Steve Malzberg show yesterday afternoon, the host discusse
(CNN) -- Long a pillar of Hosni Mubarak's three-decade rule over Egypt, Omar Suleiman now sits at the top of the pyramid as its de facto president and quickly urged Egyptians to go home and get back to work.
Authorities placed one of Iran's opposition leaders under house arrest Thursday, posting security officers at his door and detaining one of his aides, in response to his calls for a rally in support of anti-government demonstrations in Egypt, his web
Saudi Islamists and opposition activists have launched a political party in a rare challenge to the absolute monarchy, asking King Abdullah for a voice in the Gulf Arab state's governance, its organizers said.
Iraqi lawyers called for the end of judicial corruption and prisoner abuse in a protest Thursday that was one of the biggest anti-government demonstrations in Iraq since the start of popular uprisings in Egypt and Tunisia. Dressed in the black clo