Ron Paul: Education, Not Politicians, Key for Liberty in the Long Term  

By Adam Dick Ron Paul Institute July 16, 2018   Ron Paul: Education, Not Politicians, Key for Liberty in the Long Term   Though Ron Paul ran for president three times and served in the United House of Representatives, he does not put his hope in politicians. In a new in-depth interview with host Patrick Bet-David […]

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Trump Should Fire Rosenstein Immediately

Trump Should Fire Rosenstein Immediately

By Dr. Paul Craig Roberts Paul Craig Roberts.org July 16, 2018   Trump Should Fire Rosenstein Immediately     Does Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein’s indictment of 12 Russian military intelligence officers for allegedly hacking Hillary’s emails and interfering in the US election have any purpose other than to throw a monkey wrench in President Trump’s […]


A New World Order: Brought to You by the Global-Industrial Deep State

A New World Order: Brought to You by the Global-Industrial Deep State

By John W. Whitehead The Rutherford Institute July 16, 2018   A New World Order: Brought to You by the Global-Industrial Deep State   “There are no nations. There are no peoples … There is only IBM and ITT and AT&T, and DuPont, Dow, Union Carbide and Exxon. Those are the nations of the world today. […]


PC and the Bureaucratization of the Economy

By William L. Anderson Mises Institute July 12, 2018   PC and the Bureaucratization of the Economy   The recent incident at a Philadelphia Starbucks in which police arrested two black men who were waiting for a friend to join them has stirred a lot of controversy and brought bad publicity to the coffee chain. Facingdemonstrations accusing […]

PC and the Bureaucratization of the Economy

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Why Trump’s Iran Isolation Plan May Backfire

By Ron Paul Ron Paul Institute July 12, 2018   Why Trump’s Iran Isolation Plan May Backfire   In May, President Trump pulled the United States out of the Iran nuclear deal despite Iran living up to its obligations and the deal working as planned. While the US kept in place most sanctions against Tehran, China […]


Stormy Daniels ARRESTED In Strip Club For Touching Patrons Inappropriately

By Mac Slavo SHTFplan.com July 12, 2018   Stormy Daniels ARRESTED In Strip Club For Touching Patrons Inappropriately     The left’s favorite hero, Stormy Daniels has been arrested in a Columbus, Ohio strip club for inappropriately touching patrons. The adult film actress was busted touching patrons on stage which is a violation of a state […]

Stormy Daniels ARRESTED In Strip Club For Touching Patrons Inappropriately

New App “Report It, Don’t Ignore It” Encourages Students To Spy On Each Other

New App “Report It, Don’t Ignore It” Encourages Students To Spy On Each Other

By Aaron Kesel Activist Post July 12, 2018   New App “Report It, Don’t Ignore It” Encourages Students To Spy On Each Other     The “Report It, Don’t Ignore It” application released by Henderson County Public Schools is encouraging students to spy on each other and report suspicious activity within the app, Blue Ridge Now reported. Henderson […]


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Who’s Afraid of the Trump/Putin Summit?

By Ron Paul Ron Paul Institute July 2, 2018   Who’s Afraid of the Trump/Putin Summit?   President Trump’s National Security Advisor John Bolton was in Moscow last week organizing what promises to be an historic summit meeting between his boss and Russian President Vladimir Putin. Bolton, who has for years demanded that the US inflict […]


Can Political Freedom Exist Without Virtue? America’s Founders Didn’t Think So.

By Becky Akers Intellectual Takeout July 2, 2018   Can Political Freedom Exist Without Virtue? America’s Founders Didn’t Think So. What so inextricably binds virtue to liberty?       America’s Founding Fathers were a contentious lot, disagreeing about everything from the need for a Bill of Rights to the merits of skinny-dipping “near the Bridge […]

Can Political Freedom Exist Without Virtue? America's Founders Didn't Think So.

Civility and Property vs. Politics

Civility and Property vs. Politics

By Jeff Deist Mises Institute June 28, 2018   Civility and Property vs. Politics   Calls for civility in politics are nothing new, and the incident involving White House spokesman Sarah Sanders at a restaurant has yielded plenty of smoke but little heat from both phony sides of this non-debate/non-issue. I suppose we should be happy when […]