[The Road to Freedom and the Demise of Nation States. By Peter B. Bos. Free Trade Press, 2015. Xxv + 620 pages.]
They walk among us. On the outside. they're just like you and me, but on the inside they are unfeeling automatons who care only for themselves. They are the psychopaths, and they are in control of our governments, our corporations, our military an
President Trump has said and done many things to appall the friends of freedom. From Trump's pro-torture comments to his praise of police brutality to his cruise-missile barrage against Syria to his threat to annihilate North Korea, there are ample
I don't have a rooster in the ongoing cockfight between liberals and conservatives. But I do pay attention to both liberal and conservative media.
Tucker Carlson said Thursday on Fox News that psychiatric drugs, social alienation, the destruction of the nuclear family and the war on men are far more relevant topics to discuss than gun control if our goal is to stop mass shootings.
For well over a century, the Left has generally been conceded to have morality, justice, and "idealism" on its side; the Conservative opposition to the Left has largely been confined to the "impracticality" of its ideals.
Feminist maverick Camille Paglia has called him "the most important and influential Canadian thinker since Marshall McLuhan," declaring that "his bold interdisciplinary synthesis of psychology, anthropology, ...
Getting everybody to an equal end-state requires constant meddling and is the opposite of fair.
Bad precedents can be far more deadly than bad ideas. If the government is entitled to effectively label certain individuals or groups or notions as public enemies, it is naive to expect due process and fair play to follow. Ruby Ridge illustrates the
Finally, someone has correctly pegged the role of Marx, robotics, the destruction of capital and hence, the destruction of Capitalism and Free Enterprise itself. Zbigniew Brzezinski in Between Two Ages: America's Role in the Technetronic Era, devel
And the victims were right. People didn't want to hear their stories, and the system very likely would have ruined them. If the enforced silence is cracking (as it seems to be), we should be grateful, but we should also take a step back and make so
When Western Civilization began to form at about 500 AD, it was full of purpose. In particular, it was devoted to bringing the light of Christ into the world: to overcome the ancient darkness and to replace it with righteousness.
"Every day I ask myself the same question: How can this be happening in America? How can people like these be in charge of our country? If I didn't see it with my own eyes, I'd think I was having a hallucination."--Philip Roth, novelist
Editor's Note: Murray Rothbard's new masterwork, The Progressive Era, is now available for purchase. Judge Napolitano's preface below speaks to why the Progressive Era is so key to our understanding of modern America. This is the first of many
I probably don't merit inclusion in this illustrious panel of "Murray's Heirs," but I'm glad to share the story of how I first encountered Murray Rothbard's work.
The story of humanity is one of extraordinary cooperation but also terrible conflict. We come together to build cities, civilisations and cultures, but we also destroy these through violence against each other and degradation of our environment. Give
Marc J. Victor, Phoenix Criminal Attorney To have freedom, 'let people be free' an article by Dary Matera
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Thanks to John Venn, I now have a part-time job as a Venn diagram graphic artist/specialist.
If you advertise the position of dictator, you shouldn't be surprised when the wrong kind of person applies for the job.
The dogma bubble that surrounds factions of the Survival/Threeper movement (that actually trains) is a thing.
I ran into this phrase in a physics lecture, of all places, and knew it would be the title of my next article. And this is generally a true statement. Those who are immersed in something… who have always been immersed in it… are the last to see w
"As nightfall does not come at once, neither does oppression. In both instances, there is a twilight when everything remains seemingly unchanged. And it is in such twilight that we all must be most aware of change in the air – however slight –
One thing globalist Republicans and Democrats both love is WAR. They might squabble over social and domestic issues, but when it comes to war, the two parties are ONE. As I have said repeatedly, there is really only ONE party in Washington, D.C.: the