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FFF Articles consists of every article that has ever been published by The Future of Freedom Foundation in reverse chronological order from our inception in 1989 to date. You can also search for FFF articles on the right side of the page under Find Freedom on FFF.

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TGIF: Property and Force: A Reply to Matt Bruenig

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Last week’s TGIF, “One Moral Standard for All,” drew a curious response from Matt Bruenig, a contributor to the Demos blog, Policy Shop. In reading his article, “Libertarians Are Huge Fans of Initiating Force,” one should bear in mind that the aim of my article was not to defend the libertarian philosophy, but to show ... [click for more]

JFK-Related Articles Published by The Future of Freedom Foundation

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The National-Security State’s Assassination of John F. Kennedy by Jacob G. Hornberger (upcoming) (2013) JFK’s War With the National Security Establishment: Why Kennedy Was Assassinated by Douglas Horne (2013) Was Oswald a CIA Operative or Not? by Jacob G. Hornberger (2013) More Evidence of Cover-Up in the JFK Assassination by Jacob G. Hornberger (2013) Why Won't the CIA Release ... [click for more]

The U.S. Isn’t Leaving Afghanistan

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UPDATED If a draft agreement between the Obama administration and President Hamid Karzai of Afghanistan is finalized, U.S. troops will remain in that country indefinitely — instead of being withdrawn at the end of 2014, as the administration has said. This is a confession of failure. America’s longest war is nowhere near its end. The draft agreement (PDF) dated July 25, ... [click for more]

Defending the Really Undefendable

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Back in 1976, economist Walter Block, now of Loyola University in New Orleans, wrote a provocative book titled Defending the Undefendable. In it he famously defended the “pimp, prostitute, scab, slumlord, libeler, moneylender, and other scapegoats in the rogues’ gallery of American society.” Now, Block was not recommending that anyone engage in those occupations or arguing that they ... [click for more]

TGIF: One Moral Standard for All

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Libertarians make a self-defeating mistake in assuming that their fundamental principles differ radically from most other people’s principles. Think how much easier it would be to bring others to the libertarian position if we realized that they already agree with us in substantial ways. What am I talking about? It’s quite simple. Libertarians believe that the initiation of force is ... [click for more]

Preventing War with Iran Is Top Priority

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The best way to keep Iran from building a nuclear bomb is for the Obama administration and its nuclear client Israel to stop threatening the Islamic Republic. Look at recent history. In 2003 Iraq’s government had no nuclear weapons (or other WMD). The U.S. government invaded, and before long Iraqi President Saddam Hussein was hanging from a rope. In 2011 Libya’s ... [click for more]

Worshiping a False Idol: Why Money Is No God

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A few weeks ago I was out to lunch with a group of friends when the subject of money came up. One person at the table said that we should replace the phrase “In God We Trust” on currency with “This Is Your God.” To my surprise, there was very little pushback to that and even a few people ... [click for more]

Politicians as Interchangeable Units

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Why did it take a comedian to demand answers about a blatant double standard embedded in Obamacare? On October 7, Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius was grilled mercilessly by Jon Stewart, who focused on why businesses can delay enrollment for a year but individuals cannot. Stewart speculated on the reason, saying, “Geez, it looks like ... [click for more]
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