November 2011

  • Economic Liberty and Its Abandonment, Part 1

    by Jacob G. Hornberger

    Part 1 | Part 2 With federal spending continuing to soar out of control, the obvious question arises: How do we get our nation back on the right track — toward economic prosperi... Read More

  • Central Planning at the Federal Reserve

    by Sheldon Richman

    While it is understandable that inflation hawks keep a close watch on the Federal Reserve’s money-creation activities, an equally worrisome Fed activity is taking place right under their noses. Whether or not the Fed is expanding the money supply, ... Read More

  • The EEOC’s Forgotten Racial Racketeering

    by James Bovard

    Few federal agencies have a more brazen history of trampling due process and basic fairness than the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. From the time the EEOC was created in 1965, it has continually stretched its power and sought to w... Read More

  • The Road to the Permanent Warfare State, Part 7

    by Gregory Bresiger

    Part 1 | Part 2... Read More

  • A Libertarian Who Stood on Principle When It Mattered

    by Wendy McElroy

    A common accusation hurled at libertarians is that they do not champion or, indeed, care about the rights and status of minorities. A common misconception is that the Left has historically been the defender of the oppressed. Those who wish... Read More

  • The Problem with Public Education

    by Laurence M. Vance

    In the wake of the shootings in Phoenix, Arizona, earlier this year, a bill was proposed in the Arizona legislature that would allow faculty members at universities and community colleges to carry a concealed weapon while working on campus. Naturall... Read More

  • Prosecutors Gone Wild

    by George Leef

    One Nation Under Arrest: How Crazy Laws, Rogue Prosecutors, and Activist Judges Threaten Your Liberty edited by Paul Rosenzweig a... Read More