'Government Has Our Best Interests At Heart!' Oh, Shut Up
How Obama admin is skewing data, creating illusion of falling jobless numbers
What We Need Is More People on Food Stamps
Bank of America to Customer: Your Cash Is No Good Here
Is the goose tapped out?
The surreal world of fascialism
The Boss Versus the Laws of Economics
Free Google Maps unfair to paid competitors, France rules
Where the World Bank Dishes Out Your Money
Corruption in Fascist Business Model
Government ought to be as much open to improvement as anything which appertains to man, instead of which it has been monopolized from age to age, by the most ignorant and vicious of the human race. Need we any other proof of their wretched management, than the excess of debts and taxes with which every nation groans, and the quarrels into which they have precipitated the world? -- Thomas Paine
Newt Gingrich: Moon President
Gingrich's Glass Jaw
The Eagle Has Crashed
The Truth of US
Mitt Romney Looks to FDR for Inspiration of His Patriotism: A Salute to Strong Central Federal Government
History of the Pledge of Allegiance
Did FDR Provoke Pearl Harbor?
How FDR's Economic Legacy Has Damaged America
Newt: FDR the 'Greatest President of the 20th Century'
Newt Gingrich Praised SEIU Head Andy Stern's Forward-Looking Vision
Was Reagan Conservative?
The most basic principle to being a free American is the notion that we as individuals are responsible for our own lives and decisions. We do not have the right to rob our neighbors to make up for our mistakes, neither does our neighbor have any right to tell us how to live, so long as we aren't infringing on their rights. Freedom to make bad decisions is inherent in the freedom to make good ones. If we are only free to make good decisions, we are not really free. -- Ron Paul
How drones, Special Operations forces, and the U.S. Navy plan to end national sovereignty as we know it
"All I knew for sure is they were there to rob and kill me."
The Growing Iranian Military Behemoth?
Homeland Security: You're All 'Militia Extremists' Now
Is your underwear spying on you?
Michael Bloomberg: 'You'd Think That if a Congresswoman Got Shot in the Head' it Would Change Congress' Views on Gun Control
In Federal Suit, Man Claims DPD Stormed His House For No Reason, Beat the Hell Out of Him
Some Reasons the Government Would Want Your Neighbors to Report You
Modern War and Being Only "Kinda" Pro-life
What Is a Just War?
The glory of the human race is the uniqueness of each individual, the fact that every person, though similar in many ways to others, possesses a completely individuated personality of his own. It is the fact of each person's uniqueness ... that makes us care whether he lives or dies, whether he is happy or oppressed ... It is the fact that these unique personalities need freedom for their full development that constitutes one of the major arguments for a free society. -- Murray N. Rothbard
Majestic Monday Melodies, The Day After The Super Bowl Edition
My favorite Super Bowl Commercial
2012 Super Bowl Halftime Show: Madonna Showcases Old Age, Irrelevance
Henry David Thoreau's 7 choices to live deliberately
Greedy geezers don't want Ron Paul to end the welfare state
The Push Toward a Snitch Culture: New App Enables "fast, discrete, and intelligent" Anonymous Crime Reporting
Police Device Can See Through Clothing
Police State Alabama: Mississippi Grandmother Diane Avera Faces Prison for Sudafed Purchase
The Libya Secret: How West Cooked Up "People's Uprising"
Republicans ARE Discouraging Voter Turnout
Every central government worships uniformity: uniformity relieves it from inquiry into an infinity of details, which must be attended to if rules have to be adapted to different men, instead of indiscriminately subjecting all men to the same rule. -- Alexis de Tocqueville