Michele Bachmann [tax lawyer by trade] becomes a Swiss citizen
Keith Judd, Texas Inmate, Gets 40 Percent Of Votes Against Obama In West Virginia Democratic Primary
"Back-scratching, big-government, business-as-usual statists were among the hardest hit"
"The NRSC is a corrupt incumbent-protection racket … "
ALEC's Fake "Free Market" Apologists on the Right
It's Dangerous When Democrats and Republicans Work Together (Crony Capitalism Rides Again!)
Why Do Republicans Ignore the Foreign Policy Records of Eisenhower and Nixon?
Mitt for Brains Begins Attacking Ron Paul for Cutting Government
Media Blackout Bingo
The State, both in its genesis and by its primary intention, is purely anti-social. It is not based on the idea of natural rights, but on the idea that the individual has no rights except those that the State may provisionally grant him. It has always made justice costly and difficult of access, and has invariably held itself above justice and common morality whenever it could advantage itself by so doing. -- Albert Jay Nock
Creepy One World Artwork at the World Bank HQ
Do You Feel 'Secure' Enough Yet?
'Citizens for Legitimate Government' Under Surveillance
Maricopa County SWAT Team Thrills Awful Fox News Reporter
City of Austin Ruins Man's Home, Gives Him the Bill for the "Service"; He Now Sues
Believe In A Return To The Gold Standard? You Are Now Officially An Extremist According To The FBI
Beyond Agenda 21: Doublespeak
Bipartisan act seeks to reaffirm 'America's unshakable commitment to Israel's security'
It's Good to be the King: Netanyahu scraps elections, buys off opposition and cements power with new unity gov't
Why Are There No "Dovish" Presidents?
Another big international intervention is just around the corner. And we're not nearly ready for it.
All that patriotism requires, and all that it can be, is eagerness to maintain intact and incorrupt the founding principles of the nation, and to preserve undiminished the land and the people. If national conduct forsakes these aims, it is one’s patriotic duty to say so and to oppose. What else have we to live for? -- Wendell Berry
Ron Paul: "Central Bankers Are Intellectually Bankrupt"
Congress Can't Handle (or, Probably, Understand) the Truth
Licensing Requirements: The Level Grinding of the Small Business World
Stick to Depopulating the Planet, Bill Gates
Economic Alert: If You’re Not Worried Yet…You Should Be
Flop: Citizens of Allen Park, Michigan asked to foot bill for failed film studio
HSBC's grand scale ID theft
"You can't have it both ways, Ms. Warren."
Feminuts kick boy off girls field hockey team
The marvel of all history is the patience with which men and women submit to burdens unnecessarily laid upon them by their government. -- William E. Borah
Ludwig von Mises Tells Cher To Suck It
Orlando is most porn-obsessed city in America
Batman and Robin - Working the Other Side of the Street
It's National Offend A Feminist Week!
'See My Fists? They're About To F**k You Up': The Motto of the Fullerton PD
Business as Usual
"Collateral damage." How the DEA defines your business, your freedom, and your life.
Barack Obama Has A To-Do List For Congress
The Planned Re-Election Of Obama, Revolutionary Style
A Different World
All wars of any appreciable length have a secularizing effect upon engaged societies, a diminution of the authority of old religious and moral values and a parallel elevation of new utilitarian, hedonistic, or pragmatic values. Wars, to be successfully fought, demand a reduction in the taboos regarding life, dignity, property, family, and religion; there must be nothing of merely moral nature standing between the fighting forces and victory, not even or especially, taboos on sexual encounters … Military, or at least war-born, relationships among individuals tend to supersede relationships of family, parish, and ordinary walks of life. Ideas of chastity, modesty, decorum, respectability change quickly in wartime. -- Robert A. Nisbet
David Vs. Goliath: Toddler Stares Down Russian Riot Police