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Ron Paul Recommends Reading This French Book Published in 1850

By Adam Dick Ron Paul Institute August 5, 2016   Ron Paul Recommends Reading This French Book Published in 1850     Thursday on the Tom Woods Show, host Tom Woods asked libertarian communicator Ron Paul what one book Paul would suggest someone read as an introduction to Paul’s views. Paul responded that he would […]

The Law addresses so well is “the principle on nonaggression,” which holds that “we can’t do harm to anybody else and the government shouldn’t be able to do it either.”

President Signs Law That Overturns Vermont GMO Labeling Rules, Replaces Them With Barcodes

President Signs Law That Overturns Vermont GMO Labeling Rules, Replaces Them With Barcodes

By Chris Morran Consumerist July 29, 2016   President Signs Law That Overturns Vermont GMO Labeling Rules, Replaces Them With Barcodes     Earlier this month, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell fast-tracked a controversial piece of legislation aimed at overturning and preempting state laws for labeling foods made with genetically modified ingredients. The Senate passed […]


In Privacy Win, Federal Judge Rejects ‘Stingray’ Evidence for First Time

By Nadia Prupis Common Dreams July 13, 2016   In Privacy Win, Federal Judge Rejects ‘Stingray’ Evidence for First Time “Absent a search warrant, the government may not turn a citizen’s cell phone into a tracking device”     For the first time, a federal judge has thrown out evidence obtained by police without a […]

In Privacy Win, Federal Judge Rejects 'Stingray' Evidence for First Time

FBI Admits Clinton Broke Multiple Laws — Announce They Will NOT Indict Her

FBI Admits Clinton Broke Multiple Laws — Announce They Will NOT Indict Her

By Matt Agorist Free Thought Project July 5, 2016   Washington D.C. — On Tuesday, FBI Director James Comey announced the results of their investigation into the Clinton email scandal. The results, while predictable, are nothing short of a kick in the teeth of Americans. After admitting Clinton broke several laws, Comey announced their decision not […]


A Week in the Life of the American Police State

By John W. Whitehead The Rutherford Institute June 22, 2016   “Those who corrupt the public mind are just as evil as those who steal from the public purse.”—Adlai Stevenson, 23rd Vice President of the United States If you’ve been caught up in the circus that is the presidential election, you’ve likely missed the latest […]

Children of the American Police State: Just Another Brick in the Wall

Texan Plans to Build Gold Depository

Texan Plans to Build Gold Depository

By Ryan McMaken Mises.org May 17, 2016   Texan Plans to Build Gold Depository   Last year, we covered a story coming out of Texas in which the state government was planning to institute a state-controlled “gold depository” that would allow individuals to store their gold in a presumably safe place outside the United States banking […]


Bolt Neck’s World of Open Borders

By Robert Ringer RobertRinger.com May 11, 2016   Bolt Neck’s World of Open Borders     John Kerry (a.k.a “Bold Neck” by the incomparable Chris Plante) upset quite a few folks with his open-borders comments in a commencement speech at Northeastern University last week. Allow me to shock you by saying that I, too, believe […]

Bolt Neck’s World of Open Borders

Could You Get Sued For Texting Someone While They Are Driving?

Could You Get Sued For Texting Someone While They Are Driving?

By Chris Morran Consumerist May 6, 2016   Could You Get Sued For Texting Someone While They Are Driving?   Image courtesy of Adam Fagen   However prevalent it may be, texting while driving is unsafe and, in most places, against the law. What those laws don’t address is the liability of the person on […]


Can Law Enforcement Force You To Unlock Your Phone With A Fingerprint?

By Chris Morran Consumerist May 3, 2016   Can Law Enforcement Force You To Unlock Your Phone With A Fingerprint?     If you’re arrested or a suspect in a crime, the police can’t force you to remember the combination to your safe, or the passcode for your iPhone. But what if that phone can […]

Can Law Enforcement Force You To Unlock Your Phone With A Fingerprint?

We Need Separation of Bathroom and State

We Need Separation of Bathroom and State

By Roy Cordato Mises.org April 25, 2016   We Need Separation of Bathroom and State   The saga of the so-called Charlotte bathroom ordinance — and the state of North Carolina’s response to it — has taken on a life of its own. At the national level leftists are accusing North Carolina of bigotry while, in […]


Hold Worst Polluter On Earth — Government — Responsible For Its Injustice

By Against Crony Capitalism April 21, 2016   Hold Worst Polluter On Earth — Government — Responsible For Its Injustice     We have said this multiple times in this space. There is no greater polluter than the government. Yet so many environmentalists place such faith in government. It’s strange. It’s like a girlfriend who […]

Hold Worst Polluter On Earth — Government — Responsible For Its Injustice