–Josiah WarrenWhat’s So Special About Special Ops?
War is hell, and so is bureaucracy.
"New research shows the terrorizing impact of drones in Pakistan, false statements from US officials, and how it increases the terror threat."
The latest Eurozone crisis is fueling secessionist movements in Catalonia and Basque. Here's hoping this spirit finds it way across the Atlantic.
Sheldon Richman on the myth of "limited, constitutional government."
"I've long found electoral politics seedy and dispiriting, but that sensibility has lately become a debilitating affliction: like being a sportswriter struck by the unhelpful epiphany that it's silly for a grown man to write about other grown men playing a game for kids."
Frederic Bastiat's classic 19th century essay.
Gerard Casey discusses his latest book, anarchism, and liberty.
"The problem we have in America today is too many people are making their living from “political means” and too few from “economic means.” Socialism, communism, corporatism, or any other form of collectivism is a form of low-grade economic civil war. In a society like the United States, where an enormous amount of capital has been accumulated, a corporatist system can seem to function well for decades before it collapses under the weight of its own internal...
QE3, 4, 5, infiniti ahead.
An upcoming documentary about the Fed. (Editor's pick)
"Flemington, New Jersey has all of 4,500 people. It hasn’t seen a murder in well over a decade. But it does have its own SWAT team. And now the town wants to buy assault rifles for its regular patrol cops, too."
The Honduran government is selling off land to an investment group to build an experimental city with no taxes on income, capital gains, and sales.
Kevin Carson on how the state's "regulators" do not work for you.
What if every state edict was ignored?
“Liberty, then, is the sovereignty of the individual, and never shall man know liberty until each and every individual is acknowledged to be the only legitimate sovereign of his or her person, time, and property, each living and acting at his own cost”
Using little more than a backyard telescope and his experience observing the night sky, amateur astronomer Emmanuel Kardasis has produced a detailed map of Jupiter’s largest moon Ganymede