John Williams: The US Is Essentially Bankrupt
Social Security Nonsense
What (Almost) Everyone Fails to Understand About Our Economy
GM Stock Hits New Low
US Entrepreneurship Dead?
If California Gets To Waste $100 Billion on High Speed Rail, Then We Want to as Well
World's largest windmill blade is 246 feet in length, still only generates electricity when wind blows
The Currency Debasement Fallacy
Does Barack Obama Expect The Upcoming Election To Spark Rampant Civil Unrest?
This country is a one-party country. Half of it is called Republican and half is called Democrat. It doesn't make any difference. All the really good ideas belong to the Libertarians. — Hugh Downs
Report: 2012 Election Likely To Be Decided By 4 Or 5 Key Swing Corporations
No longer trusted to tell them what's 'news'
THIS is a choice?
Obama's Drift Toward War With Iran
We've Always Been at War with Eastasia
Why This Conservative Isn't Voting for Mitt Romney
When They Come For Your Guns . . . You Will Turn Them Over
Can the solution to gun violence against the individual be found in an old "Cold War" policy?
Let's Ban Doctors, Cars, and Knives before We Ban AK-47s
Jersey City Commissariat of Affordable Housing redistributes real estate to "certified" artists
Government is actually the worst failure of civilized man. There has never been a really good one, and even those that are most tolerable are arbitrary, cruel, grasping, and unintelligent. — H.L. Mencken
Nanny Bloomberg's Secret Agents Fan Out Across America
London 2012 Olympics: The Staging Ground for the Coming Police State?
New York City: Prototype of the American Police State?
Innocent Man Spends Four Months in Jail after Rochester, NY Police officers Rob Osipovitch and Ryan Hartley Lie Under Oath
It Takes A Village (To Terrify A Little Kid…)
Progressive Betrayals of Civil Liberties
Scenes From Militarized America
Obama's Drug Czar Is Either a Liar, or Ignorant of What the DEA Is Doing
Chicago police can "legally" steal your car
If we cannot learn, if the only effect upon us of the presence of the dynamiter in our midst is to make us multiply punishments, invent restrictions, increase the number of our official spies, forbid public meetings, interfere with the press, put up gratings -- as in one country they propose to do -- in our House of Commons, scrutinize visitors under official microscopes, request them, as at Vienna, and I think now at Paris also, to be good enough to leave their greatcoats in the vestibules ... I venture to prophesy that there lies before us a bitter and an evil time. — Auberon Herbert
On the possibility of a forthcoming political revolution.
Teachers Unions Go to Bat for Sexual Predators
International AIDS Conference Attracts Eugenicists and Race Specific Depopulation
How Chinese children are taken away from their families and brutalised into future Olympians
Compliments for the Corpulent
The Insanity of Spending as a Measure of Growth
The Facts of Society Vs. The Facts of Socialism
Distracted Pedestrians Another Quandary For Politicians
So What Did Last Week's Bar Exams Prove?
Flash Mob Crimes And Organized Looting Have Become A Normal Part Of Life In America
An avidity to punish is always dangerous to liberty. It leads men to stretch, to misinterpret, and to misapply even the best of laws. He that would make his own liberty secure must guard even his enemy from oppression; for if he violates his duty, he establishes a precedent that will reach to himself. — Thomas Paine