"We can print the money!"

Countdown to the Collapse

The Next Great(er) Recession Now Baked In The Cake?

Our Desperate Bankrupt Nation

Be Very Afraid When Fear Disappears From Markets

Two Chess Moves Away from Capital Controls

Is the Fed Hampering the Recovery?

Why Any Debt-to-GDP Projection for the U.S. Is Too Low

Inflation unchained: US dollar down 23 percent from 2000, Tuition up 72 percent

Ford worldwide pension deficit jumps to $18.7 billion

Money … is the nerve center of the economic system. If, therefore, the state is able to gain unquestioned control over the unit of all accounts, the state will then be in a position to dominate the entire economic system, and the whole society. — Murray Rothbard

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The Mind of an Enforcer

The extermination of truth

Big Brother in Action: EU Wants Power to Sack Journalists

According elites at Davos World Forum, subsistence farmers are now "change agents"

Obama's EPA is deliberately trying to destroy your car's engine

DARPA shows off 1.8-gigapixel surveillance drone

'This motel is hereby under arrest'

We don’t need no stinkin' warrants!

Why Do We Need Electronic Medical Records? So Your Personal Data is More Readily Available to the Government

Homeland Security has advice for confronting mass murders: scissors

I say that the Second Amendment doesn't allow for exceptions — or else it would have read that the right "to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed, unless Congress chooses otherwise." And because there are no exceptions, I disagree with my fellow panelists who say the existing gun laws should be enforced. Those laws are unconstitutional [and] wrong — because they put you at a disadvantage to armed criminals, to whom the laws are no inconvenience. — Harry Browne

Standing on Principle – Drug Testing Welfare Recipients

Curtail the government's power to snoop

Clueless 'MarketWatch' Columnist Disses Austrian Economics

"Gun Violence": The "National Conversation" We Won't Have

Republicans Find Religion On … Evolution

Most Americans Think [their own] Gov't Threatens Their Rights and Freedoms

Some Humor In Our Battle To Defend Our Right To Bear Arms

Ex-Sen. Ben Nelson cashes in on his Obamacare vote

79% of Americans say more DC spending doesn't help

Gun Control and State-Sponsored Rape

The welfare state reduces a citizen to a client, subordinates them to a bureaucrat, and subjects them to rules that are anti-work, anti-family, anti-opportunity and anti-property. Humans forced to suffer under such anti-human rules naturally develop pathologies. The evening news is the natural result of the welfare state. — Unknown

How to Quit a Job (Without Burning Bridges)

Bernanke to Oprah: "I've Been Doping for Years"

Man is Born Free, and Everywhere He is in Chains… Let's Break the Chains and Be Great Again

Suicide: The Biggest Killer in the U.S. Military

How The Constitution Ended Slavery

Must see play from Russian basketball game

Are we running low on birds or something?

Yes, Incentives Matters

Turn Neither to the Right Nor to the Left

The Patriot's Most Wanted: If There WAS a List, These People Would Be At the Top of It

The biggest threat to the American people today lies with the United States government …. [T]he long-term solution is to dismantle, not reform, the iron fist of the welfare state and the controlled economy. This includes the end (not the reform) of the IRS, the DEA, the BATF, the SEC, the FDA, HUD, the departments of HHS, Labor, Agriculture, and energy, and every other agency that takes money from some and gives it to others or interferes with peaceful behavior. — Jacob G. Hornberger

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