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Unfortunately, no single news source tells the whole truth, so I have been forced to use articles from libertarian and leftist sources to get to the truth. I urge readers to go through the articles, read them for yourselves and come to your own conclusions. I am presenting stuff you can’t get in mainstream news here at my blog. To open links to another page, R-click on the link to open.


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  • How State Governments Can Fight the Federal Reserve
    If you want to end unconstitutional, overreaching federal power—end the Fed. It’s the engine that drives the most powerful government in the history of the world. But Congress will never abolish the central bank. It can’t even come up with the will to audit the Fed. So what can we do? Even though state action can’t […]
  • Televised Brutality: Cops Raid Man’s Home For Benefit of TV Cameras
    The controversial reality TV show “Live PD” was recently taken off the air, as the country is beginning to rethink its relationship with police, and how they are being portrayed in the media. Just like the show’s predecessor “COPS,” Live PD has been accused of crossing ethical boundaries in order to get their footage. In […]
  • The Fed and the Road to QTM
    Milton Friedman famously said, “Inflation was always and everywhere a monetary phenomenon.” But Friedman didn’t live through the QE years here in the U.S. and blatantly ignored the twenty plus years of Japanese deflation despite QE and insane levels of money printing during the latter years of his life. Because Friedman, like a lot of […]
  • Regarding Seth Rogen: Some Feelings Ought to Be Hurt
    When actor Seth Rogen, an atheist of Jewish heritage, announced that he no longer supports Israel — “I was fed a huge amount of lies about Israel my entire life” — he was criticized for his apostasy. (Being an atheist does not constitute Jewish heresy, but breaking with Israel does.) Then, during a call with […]
  • COVID-19 Controversies and Communitarianism
    The ongoing controversies swirling about COVID-19 continue to confound me. Not the fact that questions have been posed and “conspiracies” rejected but, rather, that many parties on both sides of every COVID-19 divide—regarding lockdowns, masks, vaccines, whether children should go to school and healthy people should go to work, etc.—appear to be thoroughly convinced that […]
  • Is Sweden’s COVID-19 Response a Cautionary Tale or a Model to Follow? It’s Complicated
    In the ongoing debate about lockdowns in the US, Sweden has become the battleground. To mainstream media outlets, Sweden’s experience is cited as a cautionary tale. CBS writes that Sweden has become “an example of how not to handle COVID-19”. Meanwhile, to those who have been skeptical of the lockdown policy all along, Sweden’s results are occasionally […]
  • Should Libertarians Work With “Commies” and “Fascists”?
    Over the last several weeks, we have seen some libertarians participating in Black Live Matters protests against police violence. This has led to criticism. Should libertarians be linking arms with “Marxists” even if they have a common cause? This raises a broader strategy question: should libertarians work with people ideologically opposed to their broader principles […]
  • Hey Feds: Hands Off Our Cities
    The violence and the utter disregard for basic human rights displayed by the Left in recent years—combined with its support for war crimes when a Democrat is president—have made me inclined to play nice with conservatives these days. At least conservatives aren’t planning to torch my neighborhood any time soon, and at the moment they’re no worse than the Left on foreign policy. […]
  • Reboot Government? No, Dismantle It
    Imagine my intrigue at seeing this subtitle kicking off a recent op-ed in USA Today: Why do Americans hate Washington? One reason is that it makes us feel powerless. Americans hating Washington? An article exploring how the state makes its citizens feel powerless? Sign me up. It didn’t take long, however, for me to be […]
  • The Ruinous Results of ‘Maximum Pressure’ Sanctions on Iran
    Iran’s economy is imploding. And American hawks are celebrating it as an opportunity for Washington to turn the screws on the Iranian regime. To the hawks’ credit, they’re not wrong: sanctions have broken the Iranian economy. By one analysis, Iran’s inflation rate jumped 30% just this month. But is crushing the Iranian economy with sanctions […]
  • Can Lockdown Learning Liberate Male Students?
    The COVID-19 cloud hanging over North American universities may contain a ray of sunlight. It may ease what is called “the boy problem” in education—a significantly reduced number of male students and of male achievement in colleges. As bleak as isolated learning may seem to some, it may be more male friendly than many campuses. […]
  • Imagining a Memorial for the Veterans of the Global War on Terror
    Memorials are intrinsically meant to be a community fixture. There is a reason they are placed in the public square, made the focal points of parks and included alongside bustling streets instead of being kept away for private eyes or individual observance. Memorials are a collective means of commemorating and honoring past events, leaders, and […]
  • 2020 Has Killed the State’s Claim to Legitimacy
    The American political system may be on the eve of its worst legitimacy crisis since the Civil War. Early warning signals indicate that many states could suffer catastrophic failures in counting votes in November. The election will occur amidst the vast economic devastation inflicted by a political class that responded to COVID by seizing almost […]
  • What Libertarians Must Learn from Duverger’s Law
    A recent episode of Michael Malice’s “Your Welcome,” featuring guest Dave Smith, lamented Libertarian Party politics. Malice notably despises the party and made a great point that it is easier for libertarians to get elected and make some noise from within either the Democratic or Republican Parties than to change much through a third party—namely, […]
  • A Strategy for Forcing the State Back
    As libertarians, we like to discuss two things: what could be and what is wrong with society today. Some of us are intrigued by the promises of a free society, no matter if we advocate the total abolishment of the State or wish to radically cut back on its powers. It kind of sets your […]
  • Video: Cops Kill Six Year Old While Attempting To Shoot Unarmed Woman
    In December 2017, the Free Thought Project reported on the tragic death of 6-year-old Kameron Prescott whose life was stolen from him when police opened fire on an unarmed woman suspected of stealing a car. In June of 2018, the family of the little boy who was gunned down by police found out that the cops […]
  • The Threat of a Digitized Currency
    If some Congress members get their way, the Federal Reserve may soon be able to track many of your purchases in real time and share that information with government agencies. This is just one of the problems with the proposed “digital dollar” or “fedcoin.” Fedcoin was initially included in the first coronavirus spending bill. While […]
  • America’s Hobbesian Tyranny
    Almost 400 years ago, English philosopher Thomas Hobbes wrote a book scoffing at tyrannophobia—the “fear of being strongly governed.” This was a peculiar term that Hobbes invented in Leviathan, since civilized nations had feared tyrants for almost 2000 years at that point. But over the past 150 years, Hobbes’ totalitarianism has been defined out of existence […]
  • It Is Time to End Federal Executions
    Last week the federal government executed three inmates. These marked the first federal executions in 17 years. The long lapse in executions may make this seem like a non-issue to some people but all executions are inherently wrong. The Attorney General’s directive makes federal executions a new priority for the Department of Justice, which means […]
  • A Lost Year – Where Do You Go From Here?
    The point of no return may have been reached. The effects of the government-mandated shutdowns due to Covid-19 on businesses—especially small businesses—may not be known for months, even decades, but anyone who is paying attention is beginning to realize we are somewhere new. A place no one could’ve predicted at the beginning of 2020 when […]
  • To Annex or Not to Annex — Is the Question Moot?
    Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who remains under a cloud of personal corruption, had more or less promised to annex some of the West Bank in July. He’s let his deadline slip, we’ve been told, because he doesn’t want to proceed while his buddy Trump is preoccupied with other matters. He must need the cover, […]
  • Myths and Hoaxes of Sexual Abuse Stoke ‘Politically Useful’ Fear
    “[S]ince love and fear can hardly exist together, if we must choose between them, it is far safer to be feared than loved.”—Niccolò Machiavelli, The Prince, 1513 For those who want to control a population, fear is more useful than love and far easier to elicit. A culture conditioned to feel knee-jerk fear allows political […]
  • By 2-1 Margin, House Republicans and Democrats Vote to Stay in Afghanistan
    By a vote of 284-129, the House of Representatives soundly defeated an amendment to establish a plan to withdraw U.S. troops from Afghanistan. A slight plurality of Democrats supported the measure, with most of the leadership opposing. All Republicans except two voted in to oppose. Libertarian Justin Amash supported the measure. The amendment to the 2021 National […]
  • Want Less Police Brutality? Write Less Laws
    One of the most perplexing displays of cognitive dissonance this year is the strong support for a large state can be found within the various protest movements that are targeting the issue of law enforcement misconduct. Logically, groups opposing police misconduct should also be strong supporters of the libertarian ideology. However, this does not appear […]
  • Economic Disaster: Deficit Skyrockets As Unemployment Freezes
    New tax revenue data released by the Treasury Department on Monday shows that tax revenue further worsened in June (compared year over year) from May’s already cratering total. On the plus side, neither May nor June has returned to April’s historic plunge in revenue. As shown in June’s Monthly Treasury Statement, June’s total tax receipts were $240.8 billion. […]
  • A Halo for the Civil War is Hogwash
    “If the people who started wars didn’t make them sacred, who would be foolish enough to fight?” said Rhett Butler, the savvy anti-hero in Gone with the Wind. Politicians, activist historians, and social justice warriors have awarded the American Civil War an ex post facto halo. But viewing the Civil War as another “Good War” […]
  • June Was One of the Most Expensive Months On Record
    The federal budget deficit in the month of June totaled nearly the entire 2019 fiscal year shortfall and would rank sixth largest-ever if it were a yearly deficit. The June deficit came in at $864.1 billion dollars, according to the latest Treasury Department report. To put that into perspective, here are the biggest annual budget deficits […]
  • How Fed Policy Could Cause More Riots
    Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell and San Francisco Fed President Mary Daly both recently denied that the Federal Reserve’s policies create economic inequality. Unfortunately for Powell, Daly, and other Fed promoters, a cursory look at the Fed’s operations shows that the central bank is the leading cause of economic inequality. The Federal Reserve manipulates the […]
  • How the U.S. Government Gave $200 Million to the Protectors of Pedophile Priests
    Over the past week, a conspiracy theory about Wayfair selling children in cabinets took the internet by storm. Sadly, without giving it much thought, people took this unfounded claim and ran with it—distracting from actual, provable conspiracies. Selling expensive cabinets and shower curtains online does not mean one is trafficking children. What’s more, with the dark […]
  • NPR Report on Florida’s Record Infections Misleads Its Audience
    This Monday, NPR consumers woke up to this alarming report on the coronavirus: Florida Smashes U.S. State Record Of Daily New Cases: More Than 15,200 Not content to scare readers in the headline, the dire framing continues in body of the report, which was discussed on the Up First podcast. Some illustrative quotes below: Florida reported 15,299 new coronavirus cases […]
  • Yemen Update: Saudi Strike Obliterates Home, Kills 10 Civilians
    Saudi Arabia has carried out another airstrike in the northern Hajjah Province of Yemen over the weekend, destroying a house in Washhah District, and killing at least 10 civilians within, according to the Yemeni news agency. As is often the case with such strikes, all the casualties were civilians, and women and children were reportedly among […]
  • What Paul Krugman Gets Wrong About The $600 Unemployment Bonus
    The federal government’s program of supplemental unemployment benefits of up to $600 per week, as provided for in the CARES Act, is set to expire at the end of July. Whether or not to extend this program is setting up to become a contentious political battle mere months before this fall’s national election. But what […]
  • Outliving Thoreau’s Life of Poverty
    Henry David Thoreau has inspired generation of Americans to live fuller, freer lives. From his story of spending a night in jail as a tax protestor in “Civil Disobedience” to his chronicle of solitary living in Walden, Thoreau reached higher ground by going against the herd. I was enthralled when I first read Thoreau when I […]
  • Qualified Immunity Saves Police Who Laughed After Killing a Handcuffed Man
    As The Free Thought Project previously reported, on the night of Aug. 10, 2016, Tony Timpa called 911 asking police to help him because he had a history of mental illness and he was off his medication. When police arrived, Timpa was already handcuffed by a private security guard and was sitting peacefully on the […]
  • TGIF: Mises, Ryle, and Me
    In 1949, the first year of Harry S. Truman’s only elective presidential term, three things happened that were of huge importance … at least to me. Ludwig von Mises (1881-1973) published Human Action. Gilbert Ryle (1900-1976) published The Concept of Mind. And, oh yeah, I was born. The connection here is that Mises’s and Ryle’s […]
  • Pentagon Admits There Is No Corroboration of ‘Bountygate’ Claims
    Continuing the allegation of Russian bounty payments to Taliban to kill U.S. troops, Defense Secretary Mark Esper and Joint Chiefs Chairman Gen. Mark Milley both told the House Armed Services Committee that they’ve seen no corroboration of the claim, nor do they believe anyone was actually killed on the basis of it. This allegation emerged last […]
  • The Breonna Taylor Tapes
    If this one hadn’t gone viral, the “law” would have buried innocent slain victim Breonna Taylor‘s heroic boyfriend Kenneth Walker under the prison for attempting to murder a cop. Now the tapes of his interrogation have been released. As NBC News explains: Walker was interviewed just hours after the shooting. He waived his rights to […]
  • Anatomy Of A Monopoly
    Anyone who has ever tried to start a business knows the difficulty in just getting it off the ground. Ignoring licensing, etc., consider that most potential entrepreneurs start off in a financial hole. If you have to hire employees this will be your biggest expense. The necessity of a brick and mortar location adds another hurdle to success. […]
  • How the Pentagon Failed To Sell ‘Bountygate’ Hoax to U.S. Intelligence
    The New York Times dropped another Russiagate bombshell on June 26 with a sensational front-page story headlined, “Russia Secretly Offered Afghan Militants Bounties to Kill U.S. Troops, Intelligence Says.”  A predictable media and political frenzy followed, reviving the anti-Russian hysteria that has excited the Beltway establishment for the past four years. But a closer look at […]
  • ICE Forms Nexus of Federal, State, Local, and Private Surveillance of Americans
    When it comes to the rapidly growing national surveillance state, federal agencies such as the NSA and FBI get most of the attention. But in fact, state and local law enforcement agencies, and increasingly private third-parties, make federal surveillance possible. A careful look at  Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) facial recognition surveillance reveals just how […]
  • How State Regulations Perpetuate Overpriced Housing
    In Economic Facts and Fallacies (2011), Thomas Sowell argues that housing regulation and zoning laws, not markets, are to blame for the modern scourge of unaffordable housing. Sowell is still right. Government housing regulations have exacerbated construction costs, reduced the elasticity of the housing supply, and worsened the vicious problem of homelessness. A 2014 NBER (National Bureau of Economi […]
  • Prisoners of Your Health: The Flemington and North Melbourne Public Housing Towers Blockade
    COVID-19 has claimed its share of victims, most of whom have not even contracted the virus. Instead, across the world it has been the reaction of governments often under the guise of benevolence and concern for health that has impacted and harmed more people. Whether those who have been constricted of movement and access, endured […]
  • With Only Four Exceptions, Senate Republicans Vote to Remain in Afghanistan
    With Americans growing ever more divided amid national upheaval over racial inequality and a global pandemic, it has perhaps never been more apparent that the United States has no business trying to fix the world with so many problems on our own doorstep. Whatever his faults, President Trump at least seems to understand this. Even […]
  • Philando Castile: Murdered By Police Four Years Ago
    On July 6, 2016, Minnesota police officer Jeronimo Yanez pulled over a 32-year-old African American male named Philando Castile for a broken tail light. During the stop Castile informed Yanez he had a legal fire arm in his vehicle. The admission caused Yanez to issue a rapid sequence of conflicting orders resulting in Yanez “fearing for […]
  • Left and Right: The Prospects for Liberty
    [Originally appeared in Left and Right, Spring 1965, pp. 4-22.] The Conservative has long been marked, whether he knows it or not, by long-run pessimism: by the belief that the long-run trend, and therefore Time itself, is against him, and hence the inevitable trend runs toward left-wing statism at home and Communism abroad. It is this […]
  • U.S. Raises Stakes in South China Sea Naval Exercises
    The U.S. Navy conducted massive drills in the South China Sea on Saturday, with two aircraft carriers involved in the exercises. According to The Wall Street Journal, hundreds of jets, helicopters, and surveillance planes took off from the USS Nimitz and the USS Ronald Reagan in Washington’s largest military drills in the region in recent years. “The […]
  • How the U.S. Government Debased My Coin Collection
    Old coins vaccinated me against trusting politicians long before I grew my first scruffy beard. I began collecting coins when I was eight years old in 1965, the year President Lyndon Johnson began eliminating all the silver in new dimes, quarters, and half dollars. LBJ swore that there would be no profit in “hoarding” earlier […]
  • The unanimous Declaration of the thirteen united States of America
    In Congress, July 4, 1776. When in the Course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, and to assume among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the Laws of Nature and of Nature’s God entitle them, […]
  • Woodrow Wilson: A President Worth ‘Canceling’
    Princeton University has made it official: Woodrow Wilson’s name no longer will have any place on campus. The former president, or at least his memory, now is part of cancel culture, which is sweeping the nation. The Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs will replace the former president’s name with “Princeton,” and Wilson College now will […]
  • The Russian Bounties Hoax
    There’s no reason for you to accept the story about the Russian military paying Afghan militants to kill American troops in Afghanistan. The New York Times, Wall Street Journal and Washington Post all started this controversy late last week with incredibly thin stories. They did not even pretend to claim that it was true the Russians had put bounties on […]
  • Dangerous Game: How the Wreckage of Russiagate Ignited a New Cold War
    It’s been nearly four years since the myth of Trump-Russia collusion made its debut in American politics, generating an endless stream of stories in the corporate press and hundreds of allegations of conspiracy from pundits and officials. But despite netting scores of embarrassing admissions, corrections, editor’s notes and retractions in that time, the theory refuses […]
  • Men’s Lives Matter: Male Victims of Sexual Abuse
    When a woman sexually abuses a man, the pain inflicted is dismissed by those whose political paradigm does not include men as victims.Unfortunately, these voices dominate the research, media, and legislation that surrounds the issue of sexual victimization. Their narrative: “Women are victims, men are perpetrators.” This rigid approach even ignores the glaring male-on-male sexual […]
  • Three Observations on the Second Wave of COVID-19
    The long-feared second wave of COVID-19 in the United States appears to have arrived. National case numbers are making new records and two states have started to move back towards quarantine. Since news reports on the virus continue to emphasize the wrong metrics, some important facts about the new wave often get missed. Here are three things […]
  • Kosovo Indictment Proves Bill Clinton’s Serbian War Atrocities
    President Bill Clinton’s favorite freedom fighter just got indicted for mass murder, torture, kidnapping, and other crimes against humanity. In 1999, the Clinton administration launched a 78-day bombing campaign that killed up to 1500 civilians in Serbia and Kosovo in what the American media proudly portrayed as a crusade against ethnic bias. That war, like […]
  • Exposing Jerome Powell’s Lies About the Fed and Inequality
    If the heads of the Federal Reserve are to be believed, Fed policies do not make wealth inequality worse. When asked recently if the Fed’s policies widen inequality, San Francisco Federal Reserve President Mary Daly stated without reservation: “Not in my judgment.” Previously, Fed Chairman Jay Powell at the end of May was less forceful […]
  • Hightide for Foreign Policy Restrainers
    Ten years ago, “restraint” was considered code for “isolationism” and its purveyors were treated with nominal attention and barely disguised condescension. Today, agitated national security elites who can no longer ignore the restrainers—and the positive attention they’re getting—are trying to cut them down to size. We saw this recently when Peter Feaver, Hal Brands, and […]
  • A Rebuke of ‘Modern Monetary Theory’
    [Review of Stephanie Kelton, The Deficit Myth: Modern Monetary Theory and the Birth of the People’s Economy (New York: PublicAffairs, 2020).] I’ve got good news and bad news. The good news is that Stephanie Kelton—economics professor at Stony Brook and advisor to the 2016 Bernie Sanders campaign—has written a book on modern monetary theory (MMT) that is […]
  • Colorado Takes Action, Ends Qualified Immunity For Police
    When George Floyd was killed last month, the nation was shaken out of its slumber in regard to police brutality in this country. Cities quite literally burned over the anger that has been boiling up over decades as cops kill people—who are often innocent, unarmed, and even children—and get away with it. Sadly, however, the organized groups behind […]
  • There Are Solutions Besides ‘Defund the Police’
    “Defund the Police” is the latest rallying cry for protestors in many cities across the nation. Many activists, enraged by the brutal killing of George Floyd by Minneapolis police, are calling for completely disbanding the police, while others are seeking reductions in police budgets and more government spending elsewhere. However, few activists appear to be calling […]
  • Case Study: How Uruguay Resisted the Pandemic and Saved Its Economy
    We are not talking enough about Uruguay. That small South American country boasts impressive results in its handling of the coronavirus. It is also signaling that it wants to prosper and that it understands more freedom might be the way to go about it. Under President Luis Lacalle Pou, Uruguay has suffered a very low number of […]
  • The Federal Reserve is Getting Desperate
    In a sign that the Federal Reserve is growing increasingly desperate to jump-start the economy, the Fed’s Secondary Market Credit Facility has begun purchasing individual corporate bonds. The Secondary Market Credit Facility was created by Congress as part of a coronavirus stimulus bill to purchase as much as 750 billion dollars of corporate credit. Until […]
  • 5 Things I Learned Debating the Harvard Prof Who Called for a ‘Presumptive Ban’ on Homeschooling
    It’s not just about homeschooling. On Monday, I debated the Harvard professor who proposes a “presumptive ban” on homeschooling. Thousands of viewers tuned in to watch the live, online discussion hosted by the Cato Institute. With 1,000 submitted audience questions, the 90-minute webinar only scratched the surface of the issue about who is presumed to […]
  • Democrats & Jim Crow: A Century of Racist History the Democratic Party Prefers You’d Forget
    The history of Jim Crow in the American South is a history one the Democratic Party would rather you forget.
  • If I Were a Racist…
    Protests across the nation following the murder of George Floyd have inspired discussions beyond just police brutality, shining a spotlight on issues like “social justice” and “systemic racism.” But the divisive rhetoric on racism serves to distract from the statism. If I were a racist, I would support policies that negatively impact minorities. Anything that […]
  • The Irredeemable Racism of the Death Penalty
    When confronted with overwhelming evidence of a discriminatory state practice, a decent society responds in one of two ways: by trying to remove discrimination from the practice, or by scrapping the practice altogether. In the context of capital punishment, the Supreme Court has opted affirmatively for the former course of action. In 1987, the Court […]
  • Getting the Police Issue Right
    Now that folks are coming around on the idea that law enforcement needs serious structural transformation in this country, let’s make our argument a little more robust. The tiniest fraction of people get killed by police. It is not useful to think of this problem as one in which there is any real likelihood of […]
  • The ‘Thorny Question’ of Public Property
    In a recent Mises Wire article, Jeff Deist commented on the squatting of Capitol Hill in Seattle. Contrasting Hans-Hermann Hoppe’s and Walter Block’s respective libertarian approaches to public property, Deist asked if the residents of the ‘CHAZ’ (Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone) are illegal squatters or homesteaders, and concluded that it is a “thorny question.” Walter […]
  • Supreme Court Refuses To Reconsider Its Doctrine of ‘Qualified Immunity’ for Police
    The U.S. Supreme Court today refused to hear eight separate cases that had presented opportunities to reconsider its doctrine of “qualified immunity.” That doctrine, created by the Supreme Court in 1982, holds that government officials can be held accountable for violating the Constitution only if they violate a “clearly established” constitutional rule. In practice, that […]
  • Women: Reject Victimhood, Embrace Your Individualism
    As a teenager I lived on the streets for as short a period as I could manage. This one experience brought more violence into my life than I care to remember, let alone describe, but it did not define me. I mention the experience for one reason; it is not ignorance or a lack of […]
  • How ‘Wandering Cops’ Exacerbate Police Abuse
    In a previous post, I discussed how fired police officers are often able to get their jobs back by appealing their termination to independent arbitration and thus how only time will tell if the officers involved in the arrest and death of George Floyd will remain fired. Even if they are unable to return to their […]
  • Saudi Airstrike Kills 13 Yemeni Civilians, Including Children
    An airstrike from the U.S.-backed Saudi-led coalition hit a vehicle carrying civilians in north Yemen on Monday. The airstrike killed 13 people, including four children. The same day, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres removed the Saudi coalition from a global list of parties who have harmed children in conflicts. The international humanitarian group Save the Children said […]
  • Qualified Immunity: An Invention of Judicial Activism
    Qualified immunity is a legal doctrine that shields cops from liability for actions taken in the line of duty unless they violate rights “clearly established” by existing judicial precedent. No statute exists granting qualified immunity. It evolved over time based on a series of Supreme Court cases. In practice, qualified immunity makes it extremely difficult […]
  • Her Name Was Breonna Taylor: The Deadly Consequences of No-Knock Warrants
    mid the nationwide focus on the death of George Floyd, another tragedy has unfortunately fallen by the wayside. We should not forget the death of Breonna Taylor—or the dire need to abolish the “no-knock” warrants that caused her death, trample property rights, and routinely endanger Americans. Here’s the sad story of Taylor’s death. On March 13, […]
  • Senator Rand Paul Proposes National Ban on No-Knock Police Raids
    On Thursday, in a historical move, all 26 members of the Louisville, Kentucky Metro Council voted to pass a ban on no-knock warrants, a measure known as “Breonna’s Law.” The law was named after the former EMT who was gunned down as she slept in her bed by cops raiding the wrong home. The move still needs […]
  • Rothbard’s Rules for Crisis
    When an economic crisis hits, everybody from the Fed chairman to the man on the street knows that the Fed must print more money and reduce interest rates and that the government must spend more money and go deeper into debt. This is seen as necessary to “fill the gap” left by the private sector. […]
  • Roof Koreans: How Civilians Defended Koreatown from Racist Violence During the 1992 LA Riots
    The story of how Korean civilians defended their city from racist violence during the LA riots of 1992.
  • Why Did The Police Abandon Their Posts?
    The riots and looting that have taken place in the aftermath of a Minneapolis law enforcement officer suffocating a man to death — which was caught on video by a bystander — has people questioning the idea of policing and how it is done. Should police be taught de-escalation tactics? Would it be prudent for […]
  • How Libertarians Can Create Order From Chaos
    The aftermath of George Floyd’s murder has ushered in a grisly scene of terror for many. All around the country police are attacking peaceful protestors while ideological opportunists loot and riot, destroying private property and burning down cities. As emotions run high and polarization continues to divide the country, libertarians find themselves bickering over the […]
  • Tulane University Accused Of Anti-Male, Title IX Violation
    A complaint filed on April 17 with the Department of Education’s Office of Civil Rights (OCR) could echo through college corridors across America. Stop Abusive and Violent Environments (SAVE)—a “national policy movement for fairness, due process and the presumption of innocence”—accuses Tulane University of sexual discrimination against male students. A review of 300 large colleges […]
  • The Flexner Report and the Cartelization of Modern Medicine
    Although we’ve been given a brief respite from COVID-19 pandemic news, it’s likely that the killer of over one hundred thousand so far in America will leap back to the front page and that continuous calls to flatten the curve will return to top of the mind. As a friend and fellow ex-University of Nevada […]
  • The Present and Future Cost of Spending
    Welcome to your future. Your government is spending it right now. And your children’s and grandchildren’s future to boot. The U.S. Treasury projected that it would borrow $2.99 trillion in the second quarter fo this year. The Trump administration also plans to borrow another $677 billion in the July-September quarter, bringing the total fiscal 2020 […]
  • Libertarians Should Support #AbolishThePolice
    The protests in response to the murder of George Floyd have brought more mainstream exposure to a radical libertarian position than any other other political movement since Ron Paul’s presidential run. A number of hashtags calling for the defunding, disbanding and outright abolition of local police have propelled the topic into mainstream discourse. Over the […]
  • How Inflation Has Been Driving Wealth Inequality In the United States
    “There is enough for all. The earth is a generous mother; she will provide in plentiful abundance food for all her children if they will but cultivate her soil in justice and in peace.”- Congressman William Bourke Cockran (D-NY) With the massive oncoming rush of poverty as a result of government-imposed shutdowns, Americans can expect […]
  • Deadly Charms: Seduction by Serial Killers and the State
    There is an apparent seductive appeal to the serial murderer, those—mostly men—who are remembered for their last name and the litany of their bloody deeds. Movies, books and in some cases fan bases are dedicated to them. They inspire art, and despite their cruelty, for some there lurks a charm. Ted Bundy was famously charming, […]
  • Do Activists Want Domestic Violence To Increase During the Pandemic?
    A contradiction is grabbing the narrative on domestic violence (DV) during the coronavirus lockdown: a decline in police reports on DV means the rate is increasing and more government is needed. A cynic might wonder if DV experts want to stoke the panic that drives funding and legislation. DV is too important, however, to allow […]
  • How the Press Forgot the Crimes of George W. Bush
    Former president George W. Bush has returned to the spotlight to give moral guidance to America in these troubled times. In a statement released on Tuesday, Bush announced that he was “anguished” by the “brutal suffocation” of George Floyd and declared that “lasting peace in our communities requires truly equal justice. The rule of law ultimately […]
  • The Solutions To Police Brutality Politicians Aren’t Giving You
    Since the George Floyd protests began last week, they have since morphed into a much broader movement which is now exposing a problem this country has suffered from for a long time. The system of law enforcement in this country has morphed into a militarized standing army, preying on the poor, and rife with corruption. […]
  • The State’s Priority Is Protecting Itself, Not You
    Murray Rothbard pointed out in his book Anatomy of the State how the state is far more punitive against those that threaten the comfort and authority of government institutions and workers than they are against crimes against citizens. This, according to Rothbard, exposed as a myth the notion that the state exists to protect its […]
  • Native American Boys: Forgotten Victims
    A recent study by the Nebraska State Patrol and the Commission on Indian Affairs should change how the media and lawmakers view violence against Native Americans. They should look carefully at male victims, but it is far from clear that they will. The Omaha World-Herald offers a surprising statistic, “The greatest percentage of Native American […]
  • Why Its Hard To Fire Abusive Cops
    What does it take to fire a cop? In comparison to several other high-profile cases in which a police officer has killed someone on video, things have moved remarkably fast in the George Floyd case. The other four officers involved in his arrest were fired from the Minneapolis Police Department the following day. By comparison, […]
  • Defense Secretary Esper Calls on States to ‘Dominate the Battlespace’
    Secretary of Defense Mark Esper used the term “battlespace” to describe protests in US cities in a phone call with governors on Monday. “I think the sooner that you mass and dominate the battlespace, the quicker this dissipates and we can get back to the right normal,” Esper said. Over 17,000 troops in 24 National Guard […]
  • Three Ways Not To Analyze COVID-19 Statistics
    The COVID-19 pandemic and lockdowns continue to cause unprecedented devastation of everyday life in the United States–approximately 100,000 deaths, tens of millions unemployed, and countless plans, activities, and goals put on an indefinite hold. In this context, news outlets, politicians, and consumers are closely following the trends in the COVID-19 statistics, trying to answer the […]
  • Coming Apart at the Seams
    It doesn’t have to be this way America is burning. Quite literally. The most destructive riots in America in a very long time have hit more than two dozen cities, as opportunistic thieves and arsonists hijack massive peaceful protests and acts of peaceful civil disobedience sparked by the senseless murder of a man named George […]
  • No Matter What Happens, the World Only Watches
    A police officer pushed his knee into the back of the neck of a man until he died. Murder. But we watched. A mob stomped a store owner into the pavement as he protected his property. Attempted murder. Again, we watched. A gunship blew journalists and then a family—including children—to pieces. Murder. We watched. We […]
  • New Global Data Shows Economic Lockdowns Have No Impact On Coronavirus Spread
    The United States and much of the world may have initiated a business shutdown—resulting in tens of millions of unemployed domestically, along with all of unemployment’s other negative side effects—for no statistically measurable benefit in tamping down COVID-19. (See Figure 1 ) A multivariate analysis of the 95 countries which had their first COVID-19 infection […]
  • Maryland’s Coronavirus Self-Destruction
    Maryland politicians have destroyed more than four hundred thousand jobs in dictatorial responses purporting to thwart the coronavirus pandemic. “Nearly one in five Maryland workers have filed for unemployment” compensation, theBaltimore Sun reported. The situation is so bad that even the Washington Post recognized that Maryland’s COVID “restrictions have crippled the economy and paralyzed daily life since mid-March.” Shaky […]
  • Beyond George Floyd: A Look at the 400 Americans Killed By Police in 2020
    As the nation reels from the horrifying murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis, MN, it is important to remember that there were more than 400 others who’ve lost their lives at the hands of America’s police force. Like many of the folks who had their last moments alive captured on video as they were gunned down […]
  • The Pernicious Legacy of the Mueller Investigation
    Anyone who reads newspapers, watches cable news, or frequents social media newsfeeds is well aware that, over the last few years, allegations have snowballed both from the United States government and commercial news media that Russia directly interfered in the 2016 United States presidential election to benefit the Republican candidate, Donald Trump. On April 18, […]
  • A Look at Fatherland and Us
    The book (written by Robert Harris) and film Fatherland are exciting crime thrillers set in 1964, after the Third Reich won the second world war. It is a book that does not delve too deep into the Nazi ideology or push the intellectual boundaries of alternate history. Instead it tells the story of a detective […]
  • Socialists Backstab Workers By Supporting Economic Lockdowns
    Leftists support the lockdowns, conservatives oppose. With a few exceptions, pandemic policy has lined the tribes up with impressive neatness, and while many factors contribute to any ideological divide, the socialist influence on the broader left is here playing a crucial and unexpected role. While the trademark of progressives has long been the grand social […]

Being Libertarian

  • TikTok Ban Is Not About Privacy – Opting Out
    "Trump pretended there was an easy answer in order to show his muscle. Alternatively, he could have, in addition to preventing intelligence and military personnel from using TikTok, strengthened privacy legislation, except that may have interfered with US-based companies, and even the US' own spying," writes James Smith in this edition of Opting Out. The post TikTok Ban Is Not About Privacy – Opting Out appeared first on Being Libertarian.
  • The Right and the Left’s Views on Islam – Freedom Philosophy
    "In steps libertarianism. We ought not to judge classes of people, but rather individuals. We don’t do class analysis that says things like 'Islam is bad', or 'white people are bad' -- we simply look at individuals themselves," writes Brandon Kirby in this edition of Misconceptions. The post The Right and the Left’s Views on Islam – Freedom Philosophy appeared first on Being Libertarian.
  • Misconceptions of Paleolibertarianism
    "Paleolibertarians are actually uniquely critical of state enforcement of migration. They criticize the state subsidizing migration through publicly-owned land and infrastructure. The clear libertarian position is not open borders or closed borders, but private borders. The disagreement lies in what to do in the meantime," writes Nathan Kreider in this edition of Misconceptions. The post Misconceptions of Paleolibertarianism appeared first on Being Libertarian.
  • Postmodernism and Austrian Economics – Opting Out
    "All libertarians agree that we don’t want to force that person to not identify as Jupiter. Now that we’ve got that question out of the way, it still might be interesting to libertarians whether this person is actually the planet Jupiter or not. I don’t believe that this question is necessarily an act of imperialism," writes James Smith in this edition of Opting Out. The post Postmodernism and Austrian Economics – Opting Out appeared first on Being Libertarian.
  • Cancelled in Canada – Freedom Philosophy
    "The cancel culture advocates are saying that we have the freedom to say as we wish, but not the freedom from consequences of our actions and justify their tyranny on those grounds. While this is true, as individuals we have a decision to make in terms of whether or not we maximize misery for our fellow human or not," writes Brandon Kirby in this edition of Freedom Philosophy. The post Cancelled in Canada – Freedom Philosophy appeared first on Being Libertarian.
  • Paleolibertarians Are Not Libertarians
    "I lean toward denouncing them. Their rhetoric on immigration and limits on personal liberty are dangerous for the overall liberty movement. The current alliance of Paleolibertarians with Trump and the populist right in the United States lends itself to helping advance specific public policy that is anti-libertarian." The post Paleolibertarians Are Not Libertarians appeared first on Being Libertarian.
  • Misconceptions of ‘White Fragility’
    "According to its contents, advocating for individual rights reinforces white supremacy, and therefore a campaign against white supremacy from this perspective includes a campaign against liberty," writes Nathan Kreider in this edition of Misconceptions. The post Misconceptions of ‘White Fragility’ appeared first on Being Libertarian.
  • Temples and Wal-Marts – Opting Out
    "The fact that so many people continue to visit such places as Tang Mo is evidence that there is a deep human need for what some might consider 'antiquated' practices," writes James Smith in this edition of Opting Out. The post Temples and Wal-Marts – Opting Out appeared first on Being Libertarian.
  • Laughing At An Argument Is Not A Rebuttal, Even If You’re A Libertarian – Freedom Philosophy
    "If people have something intelligent to say they simply say it, otherwise if they’re passionate about telling others they disagree then they use other tactics," writes Brandon Kirby in this edition of Freedom Philosophy. The post Laughing At An Argument Is Not A Rebuttal, Even If You’re A Libertarian – Freedom Philosophy appeared first on Being Libertarian.
  • Misconceptions of Language: ‘Government’ and ‘The State’
    "The alternative to statism is not lawlessness, but a superior form of government, one that exists harmoniously with society, not above it," writes Nathan Kreider in this edition of Misconceptions. The post Misconceptions of Language: ‘Government’ and ‘The State’ appeared first on Being Libertarian.

Antiwar.com Blog

  • Veterans Group Forewarns Republican Candidates Endorsed or Financed by ‘Chicken Hawk Cheney’
    Washington, D.C. – BringOurTroopsHome.US, a national right-of-center group of Afghanistan and Iraq war veterans, in a letter Wednesday urged Republican Congressional candidates to disavow any endorsement or contributions from Rep. Liz Cheney, R-Wyo., because of Cheney’s obstruction of President Donald Trump’s attempts to withdraw the U.S. from involvement in nearly two-decade old wars in the … Continue reading "Veterans Group Forewarns Republican Candidates Endorsed or Financed by ‘Chicken Hawk Cheney’" The post Veterans Group Forewarns Republican Candidates Endorsed or Financed by ‘Chicken Hawk Cheney’ appeared first on Antiwar.com Blog.
  • Reversal: Boeing Needs To Stop Building Weapons
    Today, the seventy-fifth anniversary of the atomic attack on Hiroshima, should be a day for quiet introspection. I recall a summer morning following the U.S. 2003 "Shock and Awe" invasion of Iraq when the segment of the Chicago River flowing past the headquarters of the world’s second largest defense contractor, Boeing, turned the rich, red … Continue reading "Reversal: Boeing Needs To Stop Building Weapons" The post Reversal: Boeing Needs To Stop Building Weapons appeared first on Antiwar.com Blog.
  • Hiroshima and After – The Peace Bomb?
    Seventy five years ago this week, the world witnessed a cataclysm that was to change the nature of war forever: The atom bomb was dropped on Hiroshima, and worse – while the Japanese argued among themselves about whether and how to surrender – a second bomb was dropped on Nagasaki three days later on August … Continue reading "Hiroshima and After – The Peace Bomb?" The post Hiroshima and After – The Peace Bomb? appeared first on Antiwar.com Blog.
  • DNC Delegates: Biden Team ‘A Horror Show’ of ‘Disastrous’ Foreign Interventionism
    From The American Conservative: Former National Security Advisor Susan Rice is rumored to be near the top of Joe Biden’s short list for vice presidential candidates. A new letter attacking Rice’s “poor judgment” is being widely circulated among delegates to the Democratic National Convention, calling Biden’s inner circle of foreign policy advisors a “horror show” … Continue reading "DNC Delegates: Biden Team ‘A Horror Show’ of ‘Disastrous’ Foreign Interventionism" The post DNC Delegates: Biden Team ‘A Horror Show’ of ‘Disastrous’ Foreign Interventionism appeared first on Antiwar.com Blog.
  • US Leaders Have Shown They Can Destroy Humanity – We Must Stop Them From Doing It Again
    75 years ago this week, the US upped the ante on the destructive power of war and the willingness to use it by dropping two atomic bombs on innocent civilians. First use of nukes by the US is “on the table.” That is official government policy. Recent moves in Washington have made the threat of … Continue reading "US Leaders Have Shown They Can Destroy Humanity – We Must Stop Them From Doing It Again" The post US Leaders Have Shown They Can Destroy Humanity – We Must Stop Them From Doing It Again appeared first on Antiwar.com Blog.
  • A Horrific Blast in Beirut
    From The American Conservative: On Tuesday, there was a horrific explosion in the port of Beirut that ripped through the city and killed more than seventy people as well as injuring at least 4,000: Lebanon’s health ministry said that at least 78 people had died and 4,000 suffered injuries in the explosions and fire that … Continue reading "A Horrific Blast in Beirut" The post A Horrific Blast in Beirut appeared first on Antiwar.com Blog.
  • David Gornoski Interviews Eric Garris About the War Machine
    Eric Garris, founder of Antiwar.com, joins David Gornoski to discuss the media’s role as the government’s war propaganda front as well as how he started campaigning against wars waged by the power-hungry political establishment. Why has the left abandoned its critical stance on unjust wars? How credible are the stories of chemical attacks and Gaddafi … Continue reading "David Gornoski Interviews Eric Garris About the War Machine" The post David Gornoski Interviews Eric Garris About the War Machine appeared first on Antiwar.com Blog.
  • Tata DoD Nomination (Rightly) Runs Into a Wall of Opposition
    From The American Conservative: Trump’s nominee for Under Secretary of Defense for Policy, former Brig. Gen. Anthony Tata, ran into an obstacle when the Senate Armed Services Committee abruptly canceled his confirmation hearing today. His past anti-Muslim and conspiratorial statements on Twitter and elsewhere have made him politically radioactive: A U.S. Senate committee on Thursday … Continue reading "Tata DoD Nomination (Rightly) Runs Into a Wall of Opposition" The post Tata DoD Nomination (Rightly) Runs Into a Wall of Opposition appeared first on Antiwar.com Blog.
  • The Incident at Benghazi (video)
    Chris Stevens was an ambitious US State Department employee who volunteered to participate in the overthrow of the Libyan government in 2011. He covertly arrived in Libya in early 2011 aboard a Greek cargo ship with CIA personnel and set up operations in Benghazi to coordinate illegal shipments of weaponry into Libya and organized attacks … Continue reading "The Incident at Benghazi (video)" The post The Incident at Benghazi (video) appeared first on Antiwar.com Blog.
  • The Pandemic Hasn’t Stopped the War Party… We Won’t Let It Stop Antiwar.com
    Between the Covid-19 pandemic and the civil unrest here at home, even fewer eyes are on U.S. foreign policy than before. Unfortunately the Empire never sleeps. The wars continue, from the new Cold War with China to the shadow war in Somalia, and Antiwar.com is here to cover them all. The War Party never lets … Continue reading "The Pandemic Hasn’t Stopped the War Party… We Won’t Let It Stop Antiwar.com" The post The Pandemic Hasn’t Stopped the War Party… <I>We Won’t Let It Stop Antiwar.com</I> appeared first on Antiwar.com Blog.

OpEd News

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#1Is the Democratic Establishment Backing Trump While Rigging the Nomination Against Bernie and Tulsi?
by Henry Samson 27 27 Comment Count (With membership, you can see # of pageviews) (8/27/2019)
#2Reply to Paul Craig Roberts’ Question: “Is White Genocide Possible?”
by David William Pear 12 12 Comment Count (With membership, you can see # of pageviews) (8/26/2019)
#3DNC’s Outrageous Debate Poll Policy
by Rob Kall 17 17 Comment Count (With membership, you can see # of pageviews) (8/28/2019)
#4We’re All Just Whistling Past This Graveyard
by Stephen Pizzo 3 3 Comment Count (With membership, you can see # of pageviews) (8/28/2019)
#5Trump’s Increasingly Dangerous Messiah complex demands his removal from office
by Wayne Madsen 4 4 Comment Count (With membership, you can see # of pageviews) (8/27/2019)
#6Putin and Russia, the world’s ‘heartland’
by Eric Walberg 2 2 Comment Count (With membership, you can see # of pageviews) (8/28/2019)
#7Are Sanders and Warren Throwing a Lifeline to the Military-Industrial Complex?
by Medea Benjamin 3 3 Comment Count (With membership, you can see # of pageviews) (8/27/2019)
#8Brexit & the Madness of the “Sovereign Individual”
by Daniel Lazare (With membership, you can see # of pageviews) (8/28/2019)
#9Our Constitution, Big Pharma, Climate Change and Other Lies we Tell Ourselves
by Marcello Rollando 1 1 Comment Count (With membership, you can see # of pageviews) (8/28/2019)
#10Groundbreaking Native American Presidential Forum in Sioux City, IA
by Meryl Ann Butler (With membership, you can see # of pageviews) (8/25/2019)
#11We must change how we talk about Climate issues to create the climate for a Green New Deal
by Jonathan Dickau 1 1 Comment Count (With membership, you can see # of pageviews) (8/28/2019)
#12Why the White House Staff Agrees Their Man is the Chosen One
by Philip Kraske 4 4 Comment Count (With membership, you can see # of pageviews) (8/27/2019)
#13Helmand Province: drug lab on a global scale under US Marines very nose
by John Brennan 2 2 Comment Count (With membership, you can see # of pageviews) (8/27/2019)
#14France Upstages Trump at G7 by Inviting Iran to Salvage Nuclear Deal
by Juan Cole 3 3 Comment Count (With membership, you can see # of pageviews) (8/27/2019)
#15Democrats join Trump in fundraising from the moneyed elite
by Patrick Martin (With membership, you can see # of pageviews) (8/27/2019)
#1610 Ways We Pretend War Is Not a Crime and How to Change Them
by David Swanson (With membership, you can see # of pageviews) (8/27/2019)
#17Israel Has Attacked Lebanon and Syria – So What?
by Andre Vltchek 1 1 Comment Count (With membership, you can see # of pageviews) (8/27/2019)
#18Method to Trump’s Endless Hector of Obama
by earl ofari hutchinson (With membership, you can see # of pageviews) (8/27/2019)
#19Michael Drejka is a Political Prisoner
by Thomas Knapp 9 9 Comment Count (With membership, you can see # of pageviews) (8/26/2019)
#20Freedom of the Press? Not in the U.S.
by Ted Rall 7 7 Comment Count (With membership, you can see # of pageviews) (8/26/2019)
#2115 Typical Mistakes in Essay Writing
by Lauren Bradshaw (With membership, you can see # of pageviews) (8/28/2019)
#22The G7 Countries Look Feeble — Iran and Brazil Could Shore Them Up
by Vijay Prashad (With membership, you can see # of pageviews) (8/28/2019)
#23“The chosen one”: Now more than ever, the press needs to address Trump’s manic instability
by Eric Boehlert 2 2 Comment Count (With membership, you can see # of pageviews) (8/26/2019)
#24Time for Direct Action International Solidarity
by Yves Engler (With membership, you can see # of pageviews) (8/28/2019)
#25G7 Leaders Agree On $20 Million To Rescue The Amazon–Without Trump
by Ted Millar (With membership, you can see # of pageviews) (8/27/2019)
#26This Is How Democrats Can Start Winning Back Rural America
by John Nichols 1 1 Comment Count (With membership, you can see # of pageviews) (8/28/2019)
#27Stratfor: Kashmir may provide spark for Pakistan-India nuclear war
by Abdus-Sattar Ghazali (With membership, you can see # of pageviews) (8/27/2019)
#28Love It or Leave It
by David Swanson (With membership, you can see # of pageviews) (8/26/2019)
#29Why I just Can’t “Get Over” Slavery
by Rohn Kenyatta 21 21 Comment Count (With membership, you can see # of pageviews) (8/25/2019)
#30Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu knows he can act with impunity
by Dave Lefcourt 1 1 Comment Count (With membership, you can see # of pageviews) (8/27/2019)
#31Burn the Amazon!
by Eric Margolis 1 1 Comment Count (With membership, you can see # of pageviews) (8/25/2019)
by Lance Landon 4 4 Comment Count (With membership, you can see # of pageviews) (8/25/2019)
#33David Koch Got What He Paid For
by John Nichols (With membership, you can see # of pageviews) (8/26/2019)
#34If Trudeau was Environmentalist He’d Stop Making Nice with Brazil President
by Yves Engler 3 3 Comment Count (With membership, you can see # of pageviews) (8/26/2019)
#35Can the American Economy Be Resurrected?
by Paul Craig Roberts (With membership, you can see # of pageviews) (8/26/2019)
#36Labor Day: Empowering the Middle Class
by Tim Duff (With membership, you can see # of pageviews) (8/26/2019)
#37Donald Trump is Not the Problem. It’s the Sycophants. And They Will Pay a Steep Price for Complicity and Silence
by Bernard Starr 1 1 Comment Count (With membership, you can see # of pageviews) (8/26/2019)
#38Can Israel Really Serve as a Refuge?
by Lawrence Davidson (With membership, you can see # of pageviews) (8/26/2019)
#39HILL TV EXCLUSIVE, Full Interview: Bernie Sanders sits down with Krystal Ball
by Scott Baker 1 1 Comment Count (With membership, you can see # of pageviews) (8/27/2019)
#40Rouhani in Abrupt About-Face Says US must Reenter Nuclear Accord, Drop Sanctions before any Talks
by Juan Cole (With membership, you can see # of pageviews) (8/28/2019)
#41The Awakening
by Don Scotten (With membership, you can see # of pageviews) (8/26/2019)
#42I N R I Trump, King of the Jews
by Daniel Geery 2 2 Comment Count (With membership, you can see # of pageviews) (8/26/2019)
#43Urgent Action Required Against Environmental Pirates
by Wayne Madsen 1 1 Comment Count (With membership, you can see # of pageviews) (8/26/2019)
#44The Amazon Is Burning Because the World Eats So Much Meat
by Common Dreams (With membership, you can see # of pageviews) (8/26/2019)
#45Review Rob Kall’s Book, The Bottom-Up Revolution: Mastering the emerging world of connectivity (2019)
by Eric Walberg (With membership, you can see # of pageviews) (8/28/2019)
#46Words of Deep Wisdom from Navajo Presidential Candidate
by Meryl Ann Butler 2 2 Comment Count (With membership, you can see # of pageviews) (8/25/2019)
#47Video: Towards Higher Consciousness With Sarada Chiruvolu
by Al Hirschfield (With membership, you can see # of pageviews) (8/25/2019)
#48The Latest Victim in the Crucifixion of Julian Assange
by Robert Scheer (With membership, you can see # of pageviews) (8/26/2019)
#49Social Justice Warriors’ War Against the Enlightenment
by Lorna Salzman (With membership, you can see # of pageviews) (8/26/2019)
#50The Twilight Zone Metaphor for Evangelicals’ Jerusalem Fantasy
by Rob Kall 5 5 Comment Count (With membership, you can see # of pageviews) (8/25/2019)