A common fallacy people make in political debate is the association of a collective “we” with all government action, whether good or bad.
Gerard Casey talks to Lew Rockwell about the philosophical necessity of opposing the state.
Governor Chris Christie sat down with Jon Stewart on Thursday night's "Daily Show" for what ended up being a long, occasionally tense discussion of ongoing Sandy relief efforts and the Republican philosophy.
The Attorney for Freedom Show with host Marc J. Victor launched yesterday on KQCK Radio for the first of many weekly shows.
The wicked 19th century American cynic Ambrose Bierce defined diplomacy in his “Devil’s Dictionary” as “the patriotic art of lying for one’s country.”
Today we face a dependency on government largesse for almost every need.
Party must recommit to ideals of liberty
George Carlin on Bipartisanship
Nothing’s impossible I have found,For when my chin is on the ground, I pick myself up, Dust myself off,Start all over again.— from the 1936 movie“Swing Time”
Watch this little video. Its very timely and one that you will want to pass around to those who need another little, but gentler nudge to WAKE UP!
Ron Paul talks about our path forward, the example of the Mises Institute, and why he’s so optimistic.
God help them if Obama and Romney ever had to participate in a real debate about a real issue at the Oxford Union. They would be massacred.
As we continue to see our freedoms stripped from both the right and the left in America today I offer you another point of view of how politics should be done.
As the U.S. prepares to vote, the world watches ... America's friends around the globe are watching the presidential elections with a mixture of horror and hope.
The central achievement of the American Revolution was to demote government to a role of cop on the beat.
Many Rothbardians are vowing not to vote in this or any election since voting only supports the State.
It seems to me that many of those interested in pursuing the knowledge of a free society have also come to other conclusions outside of our actual acting world.
The much vaunted libertarian journalist and commentator H.L. Mencken once wrote: “I believe that all government is evil, and that trying to improve it is largely a waste of time.”
The issue is not what separates Romney and Obama, but how much they agree. This hidden consensus has to be exposed
Rep. Ron Paul (R-TX) discusses who he and his supporters will be voting for and what Romney could do to sway his vote.
This is old but I don't think many people have seen it.
A writer's greatest disappointments are readers who have knee-jerk responses. Not all readers, of course.
There is a long history in Presidential elections, and the Muslims are not stupid -- The American people typically will not change a President during a significant armed conflict or other time of material international disruption.
Are you better off today than you were four years ago?
Electoral politics and the future of the antiwar movement
I think this Lao Tzu quote sums up Ron Paul's quality as a leader quite well.
More than 65,000 people filled Cowboys Stadium to see one of the most polarizing figures in America: conservative radio host Glenn Beck.
The defeat of the DISCLOSE Act in the Senate is part of a “frightening” trend, according to Independent Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont.
Former Congressman labels ‘liberty lovers are terrorists’ study “frightening,” “bizarre,” “insidious”
The history of the Nazi Party is filled with darkness and mystery. Perhaps no one will ever know the extent of what went on within its ranks ...