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The Futility of Reform

by Why can’t statists see that their system is inherently defective and that any reforms that are enacted to fix it only makes things worse? Look at Iraq. Twelve years ago, statists were celebrating “Mission Accomplished” over the fact that the most powerful military force in history had just smashed a small, weak Third World regime. Statists were ecstatic over the U.S. conquest of Iraq. They were ...

My Trip to Yuma

by I just returned from an awesome trip to Yuma, Arizona, where I participated in programs hosted by The Freedom Library, a fantastic educational foundation run by long-time libertarian Howard Blitz. For many years, the Freedom Library has been running free-market, libertarian educational programs that are oriented to people of all ages, but with a special emphasis on young people. I arrived on Thursday and ...

Why Was the ARRB Prohibited from Investigating the Kennedy Assassination?

by One of the interesting aspects of the John F. Kennedy assassination was the establishment of the Assassination Records Review Board in the 1990s. That was the board whose mission was to secure the release and disclosure of long-secret documents and records relating to the Kennedy assassination. The national-security establishment — i.e., the U.S. military and the CIA — could not have been very pleased about ...

National Security, Patriotism, and Treason

by Ever since the post-World War II grafting of the national-security apparatus onto America's governmental structure, the assumption of the Pentagon, the CIA, and the NSA has been that Americans who oppose national-security state policies and practices are “subversives” or even traitors. We experienced this phenomenon throughout the Cold War. U.S. officials were spying on Americans who believed in communism or socialism, tapping their telephones, keeping ...

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LA2014-08-25

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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