By Mises Institute August 14, 2016 Judge Andrew Napolitano: What the 1st Amendment Really Means Judge Napolitano, the great constitutional scholar and legal analyst for Fox News, recently gave a dynamite talk to our Mises U students on the real meaning of the 1st Amendment. While many protections in the Bill of Rights […]
By Tate Fegley Mises Institute August 11, 2016 How the Feds Support Eco-Terrorism Both before and after September 11, 2001, the FBI has considered “eco-terrorism” one of its primary domestic terrorism concerns. The FBI defines “eco-terrorism” as “the use or threatened use of violence of a criminal nature against innocent victims or property […]
By Walter E. Williams LewRockwell.com April 27, 2016 A Superior Vision Last month, I celebrated the beginning of my 81st year of life. For nearly half that time, I have been writing a nationally syndicated column on many topics generating reader responses that go from supportive to quite ugly. So I thought a […]
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 […]
By Thorsten Polleit Mises.org April 5, 2016 Cash Banned, Freedom Gone Some politicians want to ban cash, arguing that cash is helping criminals. The first steps in that direction are the withdrawal of big denomination notes and the limits imposed on cash payments. Proponents of a ban on cash claim that this will help fight […]
By Nick Sorrentino Against Crony Capitalism March 18, 2016 Environmentally destructive cronyism in Brazil, socialist crony president used dam in Amazon to line her pockets? One of the points which we have made here is that despite the faith many American greens put in the government, it is governments which are often […]
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 […]
By RPI Staff Ron Paul Institute May 12, 2015 Free Speech, Property, and Provocations After the recent shootings in Garland, TX, what are the limits of free speech and what does the First Amendment of the US Constitution really mean when it prohibits Congress from making any law restricting speech? Most of these […]
By Benjamin M. Wiegold Mises.org April 7, 2015 Who Owns the North Pole? The battle for the North Pole is snowballing between national governments along the Arctic Circle, as they all have their eyes set on the vast natural resources residing in the Arctic region. Indeed, it’s estimated the Arctic Ocean floor contains […]
By Against Crony Capitalism April 3, 2015 “50 years on this street/78 years in Norfolk/100 workers/Threatened by eminent domain!” I am from Hampton Roads which comprises Newport News, Hampton, Suffolk, Portsmouth, Norfolk, and Virginia Beach. I was born in Portsmouth and grew up for the most part in Virginia Beach. Norfolk is […]
By Tom DeWeese American Policy Center Poverty, the Compassion Cartel and Environmental Racism In 2006, I was surprised to find myself sitting at a formal meal in the middle of a 200 year old debating society at Cambridge University in England. In a few minutes I, and five others were about to engage in […]
Source: http://www.ronpaulinstitute.org By Ron Paul Hobby Lobby Decision Creates Small Island of Freedom in Ocean of Statism This week, supporters of religious freedom cheered the Supreme Court’s ruling in the Hobby Lobby case. The Court was correct to protect business owners from being forced to violate their religious beliefs by paying for […]
Source: http://www.againstcronycapitalism.org By Nick Sorrentino Eminent domain abuse: Elderly Atlantic City Man Could Lose His Family Home Of 45 Years To Benefit A Bankrupt Casino (Video) This is seriously wrong.
Source: http://www.againstcronycapitalism.org By Editor Minnesota Now Requires A Criminal Conviction Before People Can Lose Their Property To Forfeiture What a concept. Before the cops can take your stuff you have to be convicted of something. Wow! Crazy!
The taxpayers of Blount County living in District 4 would be (finally) well represented by voting for Linda King for seat A and Karen Miller for seat B. Both candidates are highly knowledgeable regarding Blount County Commission business while committed to cutting wasteful spending and continued borrowing, protecting your property rights and eliminating the […]