Foreign Policy & War

Last-Minute Conference Update

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Our exciting June 6-8 conference “Restoring the Republic 2008: Foreign Policy and Civil Liberties” begins next week! There’s still time to register. We have now opened up the conference to daily registration — $195 for one day and $360 for two days, including 3 meals per day at the Hyatt Regency ... [click for more]

Ron Paul to Receive Lifetime Achievement Award at FFF Conference

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The Future of Freedom Foundation is pleased to announce that Congressman Ron Paul, who has just been added to the roster of speakers at the Foundation’s upcoming June 6-8 conference “Restoring the Republic 2008: Foreign Policy and Civil Liberties,” will be awarded The Future of Freedom Foundation’s first-ever “Lifetime Achievement Award for Advancing Liberty.” ... [click for more]

The Demise of Conscience, Part 3

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Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 Americans who have supported the invasion and occupation of Iraq, including U.S. soldiers who have killed people in Iraq, might say, “Look, I thought there were going to be WMDs, just like the president did. We all just made an honest mistake.” There are major problems, however, with that position, at ... [click for more]

Ellsberg’s Lessons for Our Time

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Daniel Ellsberg is the kind of American who should receive a Medal of Freedom. Except that the Medals of Freedom are distributed by presidents who routinely give them to “useful idiots” and apologists for their wars and power grabs. It should be renamed the Medal for Enabling or Applauding Official Crimes in the Name of Freedom. Ellsberg knowingly risked spending ... [click for more]

A New Reason to Go to War

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President Bush acts like a teenager with a credit card and rich parents. He never sees the bill, so he just buys what he wants and charges it. The problem is that instead of rich parents, this president has debt-ridden taxpayers and a gutted military. A few days before Gen. David Petraeus ... [click for more]

The Demise of Conscience, Part 2

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Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 The demise of conscience among the American people is even more pronounced in the context of the warfare state than it is in that of the welfare state. The best example of this phenomenon can be seen in the invasion and occupation of Iraq. By examining Iraq, we can see ... [click for more]

America’s Anti-Militarist Tradition

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The Right went apoplectic at the skepticism that greeted Gen. David Petraeus’s recent testimony about the success of the military escalation in Iraq. It was as though a member of the military was incapable of engaging in spin to support his commander in chief’s war policy. How could anyone even for ... [click for more]
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