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The concepts monopoly and aggression are intimately related, like lock and key, or mother and son. You cannot fully understand the first without understanding ...

Getting Away with Torture

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Now we have it straight from the chairwoman of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, Sen. Dianne Feinstein: Under any common meaning of the term, ...

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Cold War Spy Games Show the Moral Bankruptcy of the U.S. National-Security State

by Rolando Sarraff Trujillo, the Cuban government official who was released from prison as part of a spy trade between the U.S. government and Cuba, is being hailed by U.S. officials as a hero. Of course, that’s not the view of the Cuban government, which considers Sarraff a traitor. At the same time, former U.S. officials Walter Kendall Myers and his spouse Gwendolyn Myers, who spied ...

A Cold War Breakthrough

by More than 50 years after the U.S. government’s imposition of its brutal economic embargo against the Cuban people, yesterday’s announcement by President Obama calling for a lifting of the embargo represents a major breakthrough for libertarians and others who are committed to the principles of individual liberty, free markets, private property, liberty of contract, freedom of travel, and freedom of association. In fact, the shift ...

Libertarians vs. Conservatives on Torture

by Sometimes people who are new to libertarianism think that libertarianism is just a subset of conservatism. Nothing could be further from the truth. While there are some overlaps on economic issues, libertarianism is a philosophy that stands squarely against conservatism and, for that matter, liberalism or, as it is commonly known, progressivism. The current national debate on torture provides a good dividing line between libertarians ...

The Cold War Has Never Ended for the CIA

by In the midst of the CIA’s torture scandal, USAID continues its obsessive Cold War activity against Cuba, in a desperate attempt to finally, once and for all, oust the Castro regime from power and install another pro-U.S. dictatorship. Yes, I know how a conservative would immediately respond: “Jacob, the CIA and USAID are two separate and distinct entities. Why are you bringing them up in ...

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