Ex-Neocon: Dispatches From the Post 9/11 Ideological Wars, Scott McConnell,
Please ignore that I keep saying "blank state" instead of "blank slate". It means the same damn thing doesn't it.
Service Agent Warns of 'Dictator' Hillary: 'There are rules for the Clintons, and there are rules for everybody else' …
I was born in 1954, and until now I would have said that the late 1960s was the greatest period of political convulsion I have lived through.
I read online today a nameless Congressman has penned a book, Confessions of Congressman X (unrated at Amazon.com), that claims his main job is to get re-elected, voters are ignorant (what's new?), it's easy to manipulate a nation of naive, self-
The nation isn't the government
Filmmaker and American citizen Agustin Blazquez never thought his native Cuba would become a communist country, but now he sees the same radical shift happening in America.
"Politicians are more likely than people in the general population to be sociopaths.
The General Election of November 4th 2008 will inform us once again that government has won.
Caesar's death paved the way for the Roman empire after a bloody cycle of civil wars, and secured him the hallowed immortality he always craved
As the Keystone of Liberty
Libertarianism doesn't often attract attention from The Atlantic, but a recent article, "The Information Revolution's Dark Turn," features philosopher Alistair Duff who attacks libertarianism in general, and Murray Rothbard specifically.
In 1920, America is tired of Woodrow Wilson's war, Globalism, high taxes, and creeping socialism.
It is widely accepted that American public schools are controlled by liberals. It seems like every day, we see new examples of American schoolchildren being indoctrinated with left-wing ideas.
I've been working on collections of quotes lately, and I have one more that I'd like to present… this one on the thoughts of rulers.
Several years ago a new commentator appeared on the scene. He writes under the pen name, The Saker, and describes himself as European born son of Russian refugees from the Bolshevik Revolution.
The twentieth century has witnessed the beginning, development, and end of the most tragic experiment in human history: socialism.
Who is responsible for the current economic situation in the United States of America?
Zero Hedge reports a story from "Keep Talking Greece" that first appeared in The Times
Free, competitive markets have been the engine for both freedom and prosperity. In addition, free market capitalism is morally based on the principle of individual rights to life, liberty and honestly acquired property, in which all social relationsh
When socialism finally collapsed all around the world in the late '80s/early '90s the academic Marxists did not just throw in the towel and face reality.
When I was a kid, I used to proudly wear around a T-shirt explaining different economic systems using 'two cows' as a metaphor.
As explained previously, the great eruption of civilization in Greece, after their Dark Age, was made possible by the difficult geography of the area, which made assembling an empire and a national priesthood very difficult
We all know that the various forms of democratic governance don't work nearly as well as advertised. Representatives usually turn corrupt in short order, no matter how the people select them.
One of the great voices for personal liberty was that of the British economist and political philosopher, John Stuart Mill. His essay, "On Liberty," though penned well over 150 years ago, is a classic statement that the individual should be respected
Thinking about war in a different way, as told to Lew Rockwell.
"...the mass of mankind has not been born with saddles on their backs, nor a favored few booted and spurred, ready to ride them legitimately." Thomas Jefferson
If you become stuck in a boring July 4 hot air speech, distract yourself with this question: Are the values that Western civilization allegedly represents still extant?