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Article Image, by L. Neil Smith

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.

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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

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Kevin is self-evidently correct in endorsing Giuliani's assertion that President Obama doesn't love America.

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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.

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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

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Butch Paugh writes long story A Treatise on Liberty Written by Pastor Butch Paugh 304-846-4448 Website: Call To Decision Ministries Date: 09-04-2008 Subject: Revolution

Letters to the Editor • Global
Article Image, By Paul Rosenberg

Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results. – Albert Einstein (attributed)

Article Image, by Patrick J. Buchanan

As the old saying goes, you cannot truly understand a man until you have walked a mile in his shoes.