Fat and Happy in Washington D.C.

Pension Funds: The $4 Trillion Problem

The Taper That Wasn't

Why 'Progressives' Spin Fairytales About Paper Money

Ambrose Evans-Pritchard Confesses His Economic Faith: "I prefer magic"

Hyperinflation Explained in Many Different Ways

Marc Faber: We Are in 'QE Unlimited'

China begins to sell oil using Yuan

Who Gets Hit Hardest by Inflation?

You Can't Cover Up Bad Monetary Policy

I am deeply convinced that they really have no friggin idea what they are doing. And eventually we will all find out they had no idea. — Pater Tenebrarum

Gennifer Flowers Claims Bill Clinton Told Her Hillary Was a Bisexual

Judge Napolitano on the Worst Supreme Court Decisions

Pandering has Democrat DC Mayor Trapped Between Poor and Working Poor

"Go Fish": Companies Tell Employees to Find Their Own Health Insurance Policies

Shorter Obama: Guns for us are bad. But guns for Al Qaeda in Syria? That's the shiznit!

A Method To Their Madness

More Documents Show That IRS Intentionally Targeted the Tea Party

Americans unmoved by Obama speech

Obama Supporters Sign "Karl Marx for President" Petition

Comedian Takes On The Insanity Of Fiat Money

I've lived in Washington now for 44 years, and that's a lot of folly to witness up close. Whatever confidence and optimism I felt towards the central government when I got here on January 1, 1970 has pretty much dissipated at the hands of the government. — George Will

"Think of it as sort of a cross-check, just in case the NSA missed something."

NSA Shares Raw Intelligence Including Americans' Data with Israel

How the cops watch your tweets in real-time

The war on whistleblowers and journalism

Why The U.S. Military Plans To Hijack The Airwaves

The Policeman Is Your …

The Governemnt's Contempt For You Is A Measure Of Its Impunity

The Mindset of a Hero

Corleone-Style Government

The NSA's next move: silencing university professors?

No Gulag, evidently, can deter the advocates of state power from believing in their own virtue and in the morality of the power they exercise. We are all Hobbesians now. Virtue is presumed to reside in the state. Its reliance on compulsion is seen as fulfilling, not undermining, morality. Our communicators, oddly employed in the private sector, work tirelessly to ensure that state control is maintained, our taxes stay high, the official message is promoted. The people know, and can only know, a tiny fraction of what Leviathan does, and what they know is what these partisans tell them. — Tom Bethel

Give These Tender Lambs a Blogger Bodyguard

Exclusive: Common Core Paying Off Republican Politicians?

On Nullification Mark Levin Sounds a Lot Like Rachel Maddow

Obama Is Eyeing Your Savings

The Enforcement Caste's War on Women

Idiots or Frauds – You Decide

Being a Constitutionalist is Not Enough

Liberals Grow A Funny Bone

Nameless And Shameless: Masked DEA Agents Raid Innocent Women, Refuse To Reveal Their Identities

Why is California Jailing Landscapers?

And here is the difference between the Libertarians and the Authoritarians: the latter have no confidence in liberty; they believe in compelling people to be good, assuming that people are totally depraved; the former believe in letting people be good, and maintain that humanity grows better and better as it gains more and more liberty. If Libertarians were merely to ask that liberty be tried in any one of the other fields of human expression they would meet the same opposition as their pioneer predecessors; but such is their confidence in the advantages of liberty that they demand, not that it be tried in one more instance only, but that it be universally adopted. — Charles T. Sprading

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