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Judge Napolitano: Clinton Espionage Evidence is Overwhelming. Will Obama Block Prosecution?

By Adam Dick Ron Paul Institute February 5, 2016   Judge Napolitano: Clinton Espionage Evidence is Overwhelming. Will Obama Block Prosecution?   In a new video report at Fox News, former New Jersey Judge Andrew Napolitano predicts that the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) will “very soon” recommend the prosecution of Hillary Clinton for espionage […]

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The Truth About Politics

By Llewellyn H. Rockwell, Jr. LewRockwell.com February 1, 2016 The Truth About Politics   The very first votes of the 2016 presidential election season will be cast tonight in the Iowa caucuses. This is supposed to fill us with happy thoughts about self-government, civic virtue, rational deliberation, and about politics as the way the people’s will […]

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Both Parties Agree: Selling Out Is Worth It

By Michael Winship Common Dreams January 29, 2016   Both Parties Agree: Selling Out Is Worth It The lobbying industry, despite a small decline in revenue, is still the fastest way to make big bucks in Washington.     Pity poor Washington. No doubt breaking the hearts of elected and appointed government officials, their staffs […]


Circus Politics: Will Our Freedoms Survive Another Presidential Election?

By John W. Whitehead The Rutherford Institute January 28, 2016   Circus Politics: Will Our Freedoms Survive Another Presidential Election?     “Never has our future been more unpredictable, never have we depended so much on political forces that cannot be trusted to follow the rules of common sense and self-interest—forces that look like sheer […]

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Sen. Tom Cotton Scores a Big Foreign Payoff

By Daniel McAdams Ron Paul Institute January 12, 2016   Sen. Tom Cotton Scores a Big Foreign Payoff     In Washington’s corridors of power, it can often pay to do the bidding of a foreign country. Foreign governments pay top dollar to remain in Washington’s good graces (and to make sure their adversaries are […]


Playing the Government’s Game: When It Comes to Violence, We All Lose

By John W. Whitehead The Rutherford Institute January 6, 2016   Playing the Government’s Game: When It Comes to Violence, We All Lose   “When it gets down to having to use violence, then you are playing the system’s game. The establishment will irritate you – pull your beard, flick your face – to make […]

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Cartoon: A Presidential New Year’s Resolution

By Glenn Foden The Daily Signal December 30, 2015   Cartoon: A Presidential New Year’s Resolution   About the Author Glenn Foden View Author Archive Glenn Foden is an editorial cartoonist for The Daily Signal. Send an email to Glenn. @GlennFo Copyright © 2015 The Daily Signal Reprinted with permission from The Daily Signal


Don’t Believe the Hype About Gun Shootings in the US

By Adam Dick Ron Paul Institute December 9, 2015   Don’t Believe the Hype About Gun Shootings in the US     Since the San Bernardino killings last week, many statements of politicians and stories in the media are painting a picture of “gun violence” in America that, on a closer look, appears to be […]

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Thoughts on the American Empire and Its Decline

By Michael S. Rozeff LewRockwell.com October 22, 2015   Thoughts on the American Empire and Its Decline   The American Empire is deteriorating. It’s been going downhill for decades. The descent is likely to continue, alleviated irregularly by policies that retard the decline or even reverse it for a time. The general pattern set by […]

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Big Pharma and the Opposite of Science

By Sandy Ikeda Foundation for Economic Education October 20, 2015   Big Pharma and the Opposite of Science The Seen and Unseen of Daraprim   Can we all agree that no reasonable and compassionate person would want to force people to choose between food and medicine? Unfortunately, too many people across the ideological spectrum assume that […]


Sanders and His Followers Are Not Outliers

By Jeff Deist Mises.org October 16, 2015   Sanders and His Followers Are Not Outliers   Depending on one’s point of view, Bernie Sanders either held his own or boosted his chances against perceived front-runner Hillary Clinton in Tuesday night’s Democratic presidential primary debate. His message clearly resonated with the live audience, particularly his statements […]

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