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A certain business leader, perhaps among the most publicized during the last two decades, once severely lectured me on my unswerving and uncompromising behavior. ...

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The Chaos of the “War on Terrorism” Spreads to Syria

by It had to happen. It was always inevitable that the U.S. government’s much-vaunted “war on terrorism” would devolve into absolute chaos, especially by attracting authoritarian and totalitarian regimes into the “war on terrorism” maelstrom. Ever since President George W. Bush declared his much-ballyhooed “war on terrorism,” we have seen authoritarian and totalitarian regimes infringe on or destroy the civil liberties of their citizenry, citing the ...

Debt Ceiling Circus Looms Ahead, Again

by The recurring debt-ceiling circus is approaching, once again. The maximum amount of debt that the federal government is permitted to incur is about to be reached … again. That means that the federal government will not be permitted to incur any more debt … unless Congress raises the debt ceiling again, thereby permitting the federal government to continue its never-ending spending and borrowing spree. Let’s ...

Loving Your Country and Hating Your Government’s Policies

by When he was president, Bill Clinton famously said, ““There’s nothing patriotic about hating your government or pretending you can hate your government but love your country.” Clinton would have a hard time convincing the Chinese people of that. Yesterday, the New York Times published an absolutely fascinating article detailing the mindset that Chinese citizens have toward the United States and to the U.S. government. Notice something important ...

FFF Update on Projects and Events

by I thought I would give you an update on recent and upcoming activities here at FFF: 1. On Saturday, October 10, I am speaking at a conference on U.S. foreign policy at Texas Christian University in Ft. Worth sponsored by The Texas Millennial Institute, an organization of young libertarians in Texas. It promises to be a fantastic conference. It certainly couldn’t be more timely, given ...

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