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What the Red Cup Controversy Really Says about Christmas in America

By John Kiriakou OtherWords.org December 10, 2015   What the Red Cup Controversy Really Says about Christmas in America Can we lighten up?   I happened to be visiting the first-ever Starbucks in Seattle a few weeks ago when a mini-controversy erupted: There were no Christmas trees or snowflakes on this season’s holiday Starbucks coffee […]


We Must Be “Opportunists” In Dismantling the State

By Joseph T. Salerno Mises.org December 5, 2015   We Must Be “Opportunists” In Dismantling the State   In thinking about strategies for abolishing or radically diminishing government, many libertarians are led astray by using a false dichotomy. The State, they say, can either be smashed in one swift, fell blow or it can be rolled […]

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Rushing in Where Fools Fear to Tread

By Eric Margolis LewRockwell.com December 3, 2015   Rushing in Where Fools Fear to Tread   Concentration of forces is the most basic  law of military science. Victory on the battlefield is won by amassing as many troops as possible at the key point of attack, or ‘schwehrpunkt,’ as it’s known in German. Unfortunately, the […]

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President Ventura?

By Adam Dick Ron Paul Institute November 30, 2015   President Ventura?     May former Minnesota Governor Jesse Ventura announce in March his candidacy for president of the United States? According to a new discussion of Ventura and Fox News Senior Judicial Analyst and former New Jersey Judge Andrew Napolitano on Ora TV, Ventura’s […]


How the Federal Government Continues To Victimize American Indians

By Against Crony Capitalism November 30, 2015   How the Federal Government Continues To Victimize American Indians     As we have said before, there is no group who has gotten a more rotten deal from the US government than the American Indians. And that deal continues to this day. Many American Indians live in […]

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When You’re Popular, You Don’t Need Freedom of Speech

By Andrew Syrios Mises.org November 11, 2015   When You’re Popular, You Don’t Need Freedom of Speech   Free speech is not something that people would normally see as a realm of economics, but in many ways, an economic understanding of the support and opposition to free speech can shed a lot of light on what’s […]


For WHO, Red Meat Is a Red Herring

By Yuri N. Maltsev Mises.org November 6, 2015   For WHO, Red Meat Is a Red Herring   Our booming green-industrial complex built up by administrations of both parties in the US is effectively using the United Nations, its thirty two “sister” institutions — such as the World Bank, UNESCO, and numerous “tribunals” — and hundreds […]

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The Saker interviews Cynthia McKinney

By Saker TheSaker.is October 29, 2015   The Saker interviews Cynthia McKinney   The Saker: You are a very well known public figure in the United States. Still I would like you to tell us three things about you which in your opinion is the most important things about you. Cynthia McKinney: I am always in […]


Feds dangle $12,000 bonus to firms that hire foreign students

By Against Crony Capitalism October 22, 2015   Feds dangle $12,000 bonus to firms that hire foreign students     What is the logic here? If businesses want to keep foreign students in the USA let them do it. (They of course can and do, often.) The company can help the prospective employee get a […]

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The Dirty Business of Government Trash Collection

By Allen Mendenhall Mises.org October 15, 2015   The Dirty Business of Government Trash Collection   I moved to Auburn, Alabama, in January 2013. I love Auburn. It’s been nearly ten years since The Wall Street Journal profiled the Mises Institute and claimed that Auburn was an ideal spot for studying libertarian ideas and the Austrian […]


The Menace of Egalitarianism

By Llewellyn H. Rockwell, Jr. LewRockwell.com October 5, 2015 The Menace of Egalitarianism   This talk was delivered at the Ft. Worth Mises Circle, “Against PC,” on October 3, 2015. A sharp Martian visiting Earth would make two observations about the United States–one true, the other only superficially so. On the basis of its ceaseless […]

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