On July 4, 1821, John Quincy Adams delivered a speech that summarized America's founding foreign policy of noninterventionism.
China has a relatively profitable foreign policy by only investing in reconstruction, trade deals with dictators and not committing troops to alter other countries.
Intervention: A Success Story!
New York Times bestselling author of "Skin in the Game" Nassim Nicholas Taleb joins today's Liberty Report to discuss the "interventionistas" who produce chaos everywhere in the name of "doing good." What does it mean to have "skin in the game"? Tune
The video is so damning to the deep state establishment's role in installing neo-nazis in Ukraine that it was blackballed for distribution. Now you can see why that is.
The outrage over Trump's crude comments about foreign countries has gone above and beyond outrage attributed to what the U.S. has done in those countries.
"Once you understand what people want, you can't hate them anymore. You can fear them, but you can't hate them, because you can find the same desires in your own heart" - concluded Andrew Wiggins in the novel Speaker for the Dead. When Americans
For the first hundred years of American history, the United States was founded on the concept of a limited-government republic, one whose government did not intervene in the affairs of other nations, specifically in Europe and Asia. America's non-i
If war ends up breaking out in Korea, President Trump, the Pentagon, and the CIA will be announcing that it was all North Korea fault. They'll say that North Korea was "begging for war," and that the United States was "forced" to act to pro
In the back room of the sanitarium, young Esther showed me a handmade plaque, about the size of a typical award plaque, which it may have been originally.
The 2017 Global Peace Index found that the top 5 least peaceful countries were all sovereign nations that have felt the wrath of U.S. democracy in recent years.
Openly Selling Slaves - It is widely known that the U.S.-led NATO intervention to topple Libya's Muammar Gaddafi in 2011 resulted in a power vacuum that has allowed terror groups like ISIS to gain a foothold in the country.
I caught a bit of the John Batchelor Show last night. For those who have never listened to him, John is a radio talk show host who presents himself as a moderate republican, which is to say a satisfied and deep-in-the-rut statist.
On March 21 -- 9 days ago -- I published an article entitled "Prepare Now for Blowback," in which I pointed out what would seem to be obvious to any reasonable person after some 27 continuous years of U.S. interventionism in the Middle East and
The defection of the "left" is bad news for the antiwar movement
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The following in an edited version of a paper I presented two weeks ago in a debate on the topic "When should the US use force abroad and what lessons should we learn from America's use of force in Iraq and how should those lessons inform decisio