If the Pentagon and the CIA stepped in, removed Trump from office, took control, and promised a new election within a reasonable period of time, my hunch is that there would be a lot of established types, especially within the mainstream press, who w
"What are the defenders of free speech to do? The sad fact is that this fundamental freedom is on its heels across America. Politicians of both parties want to use the power of government to silence their foes.
In the first episode of Stone's hugely anticipated Showtime series, which aired Monday night, Russian President Vladimir Putin pulled no punches claiming US is to blame for the rise of Al-Qaeda and ...
The only thing worse than a Christian young man joining today's military is a Christian young woman joining today's military.
When putting together our two paperback books, we sought to pepper the text in each with quotes about men and manhood. What we quickly discovered was that no comprehensive source for such quotes existed.
In my article "The Evil of Killing Children," I pointed out how the US government, in an attempt to achieve regime change in Iraq, knowingly and intentionally killed hundreds of thousands of innocent children in Iraq.
I can understand why the ruling elite, broadly conceived to include the intel bureaucracy and military-industrial complex, has an interest in positing Russia as our enemy. The reasons are obvious enough.
Another terrorist attack in London, and more predictable responses from President Trump, British Prime Minister May, other public officials, and the mainstream press. We have to crack down on terrorism. The problem is with extremist Muslims. They hat
The general election in the UK is due on Thursday, June 8. Apparently, a series of "terrorist" attacks garnered attention not just domestically but more so internationally.
Venezuela descends into chaos as Chomsky says he's right about Hugo Chavez's sharp poverty reduction.
Conservatives and progressives alike spent the 20th century arguing for universal political principles. But the world is not so malleable; even in a hyper-connected digital age elites struggle to maintain support for globalism against a tide of natio
The tech genius said that while college isn't a bad investment, it is not for everyone as there are many tracks to success.
Attribute to L. Neil Smith's The Libertarian Enterprise For Writers in the Round, March 16, 1990
When we think about terrorism we most often think about the horrors of a Manchester-like attack, where a radicalized suicide bomber went into a concert hall and killed dozens of innocent civilians. It was an inexcusable act of savagery and it certain
Robert De Niro has given the current state of the country two thumbs down.
Public life is always a hoot…
The latest terrorist attack in England, which has killed or injured dozens of teenagers, raises a question for every British, French, and American parent: Is continued interventionism in the Middle East and Afghanistan worth it?
Having previously warned that the press "shouldn't whine, and if we sound like we are an interest group only concerned with ourselves, it doesn't work with the public," infamous Watergate reporter Bob Woodward told Axios' Mike Allen that the pr
The 2016 presidential campaign was a certainly joy to behold. Angry Republicans, various factions like a confused herd of cats, early signs of "symbols as language" to provide that basic clarity the party craved (Jeb!) but would be denied excep
Ideas and reason do not motivate people, I am told. Appeals to self-interest and emotion are the only effective way to communicate. It is a false dichotomy, of course, to pit reason against emotion as though a reasoned argument cannot also be a passi
You are hiring a babysitter. You can choose between a teenage girl who has no babysitting experience, or a paroled child molester who was a kindergarten teacher for 5 years. Is it discrimination to choose the less qualified candidate?
Even a 1 mph speed boost would make things pretty weird
For many inside the liberty movement the need to convert the devout statist is an instinct that burns with righteous conviction. It is with frustration that one can observe so many recent and distant examples of government horror and yet nothing ever
Ann Coulter was a Trump believer from the beginning. As far back at June 2015 she predicted a Trump victory on the Bill Maher show and was openly mocked by the audience and other panelists. But, turns out she was quite right.
PRECAUTIONARY STATEMENT: Drugs approved by the FDA are tested against biologically inactive placebo pills and may not be as safe as other existing drugs for the same condition.
When most people think of frugality, they think of it primarily a way to reduce spending so they can do things like pay off debt or save for a goal like retirement or a downpayment on a home. It's seen as a personal finance tactic with purely utili
What was the real reason for the Lavrov/Tillerson/Trump meeting in Washington today? Likely it was to work out the new facts on the ground in Syria, where the "safe zones" that President Trump called for not long ago have actually been established th
The United Airlines CEO was another in a long list of business executives who have had to appear before a congressional committee of mostly lawyers who have never run anything.
Last March I broke down five reasons why we're living in incredibly strange times. Between the advent of 3D printers that can build houses, and the development lab grown meat that could be hitting our grocery store shelves very soon, one could say
Nick Giambruno: The decline of Western Civilization is on a lot of people's minds.