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Jose Padilla’s Constitutional Upheaval

by Convicted terrorist Jose Padilla, an American citizen, is back in the news. Unhappy with the 17-year sentence that federal Judge Marcia Cooke originally meted out to Padilla, the Justice Department appealed to the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals. Agreeing that the sentence was too short, the Court of Appeals remanded the case to the District Court with instructions to increase the sentence. A few ...

ISIS, Fear, and Anti-American Terrorism

by In yesterday’s blog post, “Perpetual Fear under Empire,” I pointed out that fear is the coin of the realm when living under an empire. As the Roman citizens learned when living under their empire, imperial escapades in overseas lands always produce endless crises. Then, Roman officials would use the crises as the way to get Roman citizens all riled up and afraid, thereby ...

Perpetual Fear under Empire

by Lots of Americans are extremely upset about ISIS. They’re not sleeping well, and they’re pacing the floors. They are convinced that ISIS is coming to get them, drag them from their homes, cart them away to some Arabian desert, and behead them. There is something important to keep in mind about all this: This is the way of life under an empire, especially one whose ...

The Supreme Court’s Abrogation of Responsibility on Declaring War

by Everyone agrees that under our system of government, the Constitution requires the president to secure a declaration of war from Congress before he can legally wage war. Everyone also agrees that presidents have violated this constitutional restriction on power several times, especially since World War II. We now are being treated to the latest manifestation of this phenomenon. President Obama’s military forces have already dropped ...

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The Libertarian Angle: Iraq

FFF president Jacob Hornberger and FFF vice president Sheldon Richman discuss the hot topics of the day. ...
LA2014-08-25

The Libertarian Angle: Iraq

FFF president Jacob Hornberger and FFF vice president Sheldon Richman discuss the hot topics of the day. ...

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