If sequestration kicks in …
The Massive Debt Problem Beyond Sequestration
Higher Minimum Wages
Pentagon Frets Billions in Sequester Cuts But Wastes $1.5 Trillion on Non-Working Fighter Jet
Enough To Make You Sick
Bill Gross: "Irrational Exuberance Has Unduly Escalated Asset Values"
US Treasury Bonds - The Biggest Bubble In History - About to Pop
Bernanke Cons the Cons … As Always
Grasping at Shadows
California is "greening" itself toward a third world electrical grid
The power to tax is thepower to acquire wealth — ultimately, at the point of a gun. — Wes Bertrand
Republicans Lick Obama's Boots
Obama White House tells Reporters, "You Will Regret This."
One Reason the Press is Always So Statist
Bob Woodward Threatened by Obama Administration: Best not Break Narrative
Bob Woodward Is Senile
Donna Brazile Gets Obamanized (Note: Very Painful)
The Suicidal Adventures of the Conned Political Action Committee
Worst Case Scenario of Sequester is Far Better Than the Porkulus
Hey Ann, the War on (Some) Drugs is a Welfare Program
Chris Christie Reverses Position on Obamacare
When a self-governing people confer upon their government the power to take from some and give to others, the process will not stop until the last bone of the last taxpayer is picked bare. — Howard Kershner
"Really? Can't stand against the military?"
America's crime problem is more serious than I realized!
Deep State: The NSA's secretive and hugely controversial surveillance programs
Memorandum: Won't Anyone Think of the Children? Yes! The TSA Will.
Retired General: Military Can Help With Gun Control
Blackwater to Patrol Greece
CISPA is Back as a Double Threat
The Price Of Tyranny
Ed Flynn: Milwaukee Crime Lord, Citizen Disarmament Advocate
Assess This: A Gaze Into One Crystal Ball
The state has every incentive to expand its activity into nearly any area that the people will tolerate, regardless of whether such activity makes economic or moral sense. Since it monopolizes conflict resolution — and acting in this capacity is another opportunity to expand its size and reach — the state actually has an interest in fomenting conflict, thereby maximizing its role in society. The more crime and punishment, no matter their effect on the innocent, and the more laws, no matter how outrageous or contradictory, the more business for the state, which, in a supreme conflict of interest, gets to determine what the laws are. — Anthony Gregory
The Onion's Big Mistake
The Sexualization of Journalism
How Easily Polls Are Manipulated
Central Planners Cause Chaos; Free People Create Order
Is Detroit a Self-Defense Haven?
Taxing the poor, seizing the homes of accused 'pimps'
Taxes are for little people.
Unsuspecting Movie Stars Follow Fake Red Carpet Into Back Of Kidnappers' Van
Ask Polly: How Do I Stop Panicking And Crying Over The Slightest Criticism?
When a government takes over a people's economic life it becomes absolute, and when it has become absolute it destroys the arts, the minds, the liberties and the meaning of the people it governs. — Maxwell Anderson