In an era when writers are discouraged from saying what they mean, this column will undoubtedly offend many individuals; if you don't like seeing sacred cows ground to hamburger, I suggest you don't read it.
FacebookTwitter Share With all the Cheers and Jeers of C-PAC 2015 fading into Yesterday's News, let us carpe the diem to add to the growing list of oxymoronic fantasies in desperate need of extinction, a term heard ear
Kevin is self-evidently correct in endorsing Giuliani's assertion that President Obama doesn't love America.
Phyllis Schlafly has long argued that the American conservative movement's purpose is to influence, not echo, the Republican Party.
A grand Tory-Labour coalition might be good for British business ... A Conservative-Labour government is unlikely. But, were it to happen, the worst excesses of the two main parties might cancel each other out ... " UK Telegraph
Every year, congressional delegations and government officials rack up millions of dollars worth of publicly funded distractions abroad.
Ron Paul's Texas Straight Talk 11/17/14: Internet Gambling Ban: A Winner for Sheldon Adelson, A Losing Bet for the Rest of Us.
Writing for Americans is not always an enjoyable experience. Many readers want to have their prejudices confirmed, not challenged.
At any given moment, the "window" includes a range of policies considered politically acceptable in the current climate of public opinion, which a politician can recommend without being considered too extreme to gain or keep public office.
Loren Lomasky's frenetic and almost hysterical review of Hans-Hermann Hoppe's A Theory of Capitalism and Socialism ("The Argument from Mere Argument," September 1989) is an amusing if unwitting vindication of Hoppe's method of exposing "p
Because of his provocativeness, it's easy to miss Yeshayahu Leibowitz's profound moral seriousness and the great relevance of his thought today.
Rand Paul Questions John Kerry on ISIS Strategy- September 17, 2014.
When the U.S. pushed occupied Europe into Nato to help stop Russian expansion from E.
I recommend that readers begin with the essay by Murray Rothbard listed here.
Since the 2008 financial collapse, class rhetoric has arisen on both prevalent sides of the U.S. political spectrum.
Four years ago, I became an anarchist, and I've never looked back.
Tom Woods interviews Ralph Nader.
Butch Paugh writes long story http://www.freedomsphoenix.com/Writer-Bio-Page.htm?EditNo=142 A Treatise on Liberty Written by Pastor Butch Paugh 304-846-4448 Website: Call To Decision Ministries Date: 09-04-2008 Subject: RevolutionRead Letter
We hear these words today: tipping point.
Think monarchies are bad? Think again.
Anti-Discrimination Laws Are Stupid
American critics of U.S. foreign policy (as well as some neoconservative supporters) often refer to the United States as an empire.
Previously, I published this article in which I revealed a New Source of Inequality: the fact that some planets have more moons than others.
Ron Paul is now retired from professional politics, leaving a need for at least one Congressperson who you feel isn’t fundamentally BS-ing you.
We don’t need a ruling class, Lew Rockwell tells Ben Swann.
BILL O'REILLY: You also have said in your promoting of this book that you want less government intrusion. Is that correct?
Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results. – Albert Einstein (attributed)
As the old saying goes, you cannot truly understand a man until you have walked a mile in his shoes.
Or nowhere at all
During the Cold War, U.S. strategy was to contain Soviet expansion until the Soviets' inefficient communist economic system collapsed from within.