Former Treasury Secretary Disses the Dollar

Gallup Reports Large Jump in Unemployment to 9.1%, Underemployment to 19.1%

U.S. bankruptcies up 19% in a month

Poverty In America: A Special Report

Govt. sets record deficit in February

Cause, Effect & the Fallacy of a Return to Normalcy

How to Get a Job According to Movies

Why Buy the Cow?

Likely Fiscal and Monetary Legacies of the Current Crisis

The #1 Government Expense in the 20th Century

Is not the State an idol? Is it not like any graven image into which men have read supernatural powers and superhuman capacities? The State can feed us when we are hungry, heal us when we are ill; it can raise wages and lower prices, even at the same time; it can educate our children without cost; it can provide us against the contingencies of old age and amuse us when we are bored; it can give us electricity by passing laws and improve the game of baseball by regulation. What cannot the State do for us if only we have faith in it? And we have faith. No creed in the history of the world ever captured the hearts and minds of men as has the modern creed of Statism. -- Frank Chodorov

"More than half of Obama's 47 biggest fundraisers, those who collected at least $500,000 for his campaign, have been given administration jobs. Nine more have been appointed to presidential boards and committees."

Obama Unveils New JP Morgan, Wells Fargo Bailout Plan, Disguised As Mortgage Relief

NJ Teachers Union is tops in lobbying for 2011, outspending everyone else by 10 to 1

Santorum Wrong to Reignite 'Freedom of Worship' Controversy

Mitt Romney Donor Admits Romney is a "Closet" Greenie Ready to Push Radical Environmental Platform

More Hope & More Change: Gun sales boom in expectation of Obama re-election

The future is now and we're the generation that must act

When will we ever learn?

What Ohio State Football Can Teach the Republican Party about Guys in Sweater Vests

Down The Hatch

"The GOP is bent on self-immolation. I can't stop the GOP from drenching itself with gasoline by fixing elections for Romneycare, but I don't have to throw the lit match by voting for him."

The State always moves slowly and grudgingly towards any purpose that accrues to society's advantage, but moves rapidly and with alacrity towards one that accrues to its own advantage; nor does it ever move towards social purposes on its own initiative, but only under heavy pressure, while its motion towards anti-social purposes is self-sprung. -- Albert Jay Nock

Oil and the Pentagon

Origins of the Surveillance State

The Politics of Terrorism

Can American Citizens Be Killed Inside The USA? Robert Mueller Says He Will Have To Check.

Attorney General Holder defends execution without charges

Assassination as Speech Suppressor

Stunning revelation from Def. Sec. Panetta states that Congress is absolutely irrelevant in military actions of the U.S.

Obama's Texas "Truth" Team Unveiled

The FBI, The CIA, Homeland Security, The Federal Reserve And Potential Employers Are All Monitoring You On Facebook And Twitter

Libya's US-Backed Militias Terrorize the Country

The War on Marijuana Takes Another Victim

It is curious that people tend to regard government as a quasi-divine, selfless, Santa Claus organization. Government was constructed neither for ability nor for the exercise of loving care; government was built for the use of force and for necessarily demagogic appeals for votes. If individuals do not know their own interests in many cases, they are free to turn to private experts for guidance. It is absurd to say that they will be served better by a coercive, demagogic apparatus. -- Murray N. Rothbard


'Three Blind (NEOCONSERVATIVE) Mice'

It's a Bird! It's a Plane! It's a Lawsuit!

The Complete Student Loan Scam Primer

Must See: Neandrethal European Union Ad

"The problem with our political candidates, especially most of those on the Republican side, is that they really don't believe in laissez-faire capitalism."

Who will save us?

What has mass incarceration wrought in America?

The Value of Useless Knowledge

Oil Sanctions and the Pretence of Knowledge

It is indeed probable that more harm and misery have been caused by men determined to use coercion to stamp out a moral evil than by men intent on doing evil. -- F.A. Hayek

  • LD Jackson

    Thanks for the link, CL.

  • 5etester

    Thanks for linking CL.

  • John Carey

    Thanks for the link CL. You're the heat!

  • republican mother

    Thanks for linkage - your list of stories gets more surreal and frightening all the time!