Marketilism isn't capitalism

Jim Rogers: The economy is being juiced up before the election, watch out for 2013

Bernanke's White Paper: The Government Your Landlord

Investors Say Supply Sider Arthur Laffer Backed a Ponzi

Abandoning the Future: The Ruinous Consequence of Debt

Secrets of the Fed

Newly released documents show the housing crash took the Federal Reserve completely by surprise

Andrew Jackson Remembered

Foreclosures expected to rise, pushing home prices lower

Fiat Money: Explained in less than 4 minutes

My old suggestion that public offices be filled by drawing lots, as a jury box is filled, was probably more intelligent than I suspected. It has been criticized on the ground that selecting a man at random would probably produce some extremely bad State governors....But I incline to believe that it would be best to choose members of the Legislature quite at random. No matter how stupid they were, they could not be more stupid than the average legislator under the present system. Certainly, they'd be measurably more honest, taking one with another. Finally, there would be the great advantage that all of them had got their jobs unwillingly, and were eager, not to spin out their sessions endlessly, but to get home as soon as possible. -- H.L. Mencken

Conservatives feud over Santorum endorsement: Some say Texas weekend gathering manipulated

False Flag: Mossad Agents Posed As CIA to Recruit Terrorists

An Ignored 'Disparity'

Arctic Patriot Endorses Obama 2012...Sorta

Romney Buying Votes?

The Dirt on Ron Paul

Freedom Left and Right

Why Vote?

In Defense of Voting

Will the Privileges or Immunities Clause Rescue Liberty in America? (Or, How the Supreme Court Made the Civil Rights Movement Necessary)

The main thing that every political campaign in the United States demonstrates is that the politicians of all parties, despite their superficial enmities, are really members of one great brotherhood. Their principal, and indeed their sole, object is to collar public office, with all the privileges and profits that go therewith. They achieve this collaring by buying votes with other people's money. -- H.L. Mencken

Re-organizing the Federal Government to Crush Opposition

Do you understand that no culture can survive this?

Skynet: One In Three U.S. Warplanes is a Robot; 7,494 Drones and Counting

Enemy Expatriation Act Will Strip You Of Your Citizenship for Permanent Internment

Constitutional Experts: Pro-Life 'Terrorists' Could Be Permanently Detained Without Trial Under Law

Detaining citizens without a court trial is not American

How YOU Might Be Called a Terrorist

The Eyes Of DHS Are Upon Us, now with InstaDregs!

SOPA Prediction

Socialism Violates Christian Principles

There has been no organized effort to keep government down since Jefferson's day. Ever since then the American people have been bolstering up its powers and giving it more and more jurisdiction over their affairs. They pay for that folly in increased taxes and diminished liberties. -- H.L. Mencken

Is it in their best interest to let your kids rack up massive student loan debt?

The Bu(sh=O)bamatised Nation - The Long March

The Bu(sh=O)bamatised Nation - The War on Kids

How IP Laws Have Locked Up Martin Luther King's Brilliance

New York Cigarette Tax Fails to Bring in Projected Revenues: Anyone Surprised?

How to Profit Off Marijuana Legalization

Schools 'spy' on fat kids

Republican Sponsor Of Bill To Require Drug Testing For Georgia Welfare Recipients Arrested For DUI

A Kennedy Stands to Make $40 Million in Secret Anti-Oil Deal

Anyone but Obama? Really?

The art of government is the exclusive possession of quacks and frauds. It has been so since the earliest days, and it will probably remain so until the end of time. -- H.L. Mencken