New Deal Utopianism
Small Businesses Cutting Jobs, Hours to Save Themselves From ObamaCare
Low-Income Uninsured Adults Less Likely to Have Chronic Conditions Compared With Medicaid Enrollees
The Era of Fiat Currency Capitalism
And Just What Has Ben Bernanke Done these Past Five Years? Inflate and Inflate (and inflate)
Twinkies Set to Make 'Sweetest Comeback' in July
U.S. Leaving $7 Billion of Military Equipment Behind in Afghanistan
War on coal costs Americans real jobs to "solve" a fictional problem
David Stockman's Non-Recovery Part 4: The Bernanke Bubble
The World Is Now On The Edge Of Total Collapse
Note that the second and third charges both require the feds to prove that Snowden's release of information to the press was harmful to the United States. This puts our government in the position of attempting to prove that it is harmful to release accurate information about how it is spying on us, and how it is misleading us about spying on us.
Espionage charges usually describe someone with classified information leaking that information to powers hostile to the United States government.
We, the people, are those hostile powers. — Ken White
Gutless Whiners Angry at Snowden For Forcing Them To Pay Attention
Edward Snowden: Master of Realpolitik
U.S. Surveillance Is Not Aimed at Terrorists
Congress Exploits Our Fears to Take Our Liberty
Citizens and the State: The Problem Is Bigger Than You Think
Tech Companies And Their Love Affair With NSA and CIA
Edward Snowden vs. the Sovietization of America
Snowden vs. the Soyuz
Ben Swann Explains Why the Federal Government, Not Edward Snowden, Is the Criminal
Freedom versus The National-Security State
Coming Soon To A Neighborhood Near You
DEBUNKING The Bush and Obama Administrations' Justification for Mass Surveillance
Statists relish "crises" because they can be used to force more controls into our lives. — William P. Hoar
U.S. Mayors to Obama: Quit Cracking Down on Marijuana
Video: The Transformation of Society
A Nobel Peach Prize two-fer: Arms training for Syrian al Qaeda, and Marines for Morsi
Trans-Pacific Partnership — The Next (Secret) Step Toward A New World Order?
Education Professor Thomas Pedroni: "White Men" out to Destroy Public Education
Blueway: How the Federal Government is Confiscating Millions of Acres in Missouri and Arkansas
Obama Administration Sues Dollar General And BMW For Discrimination
Anti-Nullification Strategy: Repeat Exploded Arguments Over and Over
Draw Your Own Conclusions
Obama Launches New Global Warming Video as Phony "Consensus" Crumbles
People crushed by law have no hope but from power. If laws are their enemies, they will be enemies to laws; and those who have much to hope and nothing to lose will always be dangerous. — Edmund Burke
Oakley on Pathological Altruism
Scariest Thing You'll See All Day
Who gets away with what?
"Out of Thin Air"
Why People Tolerate a Total State
San Francisco Teens Create Rent-a-Car Company. City Sues Them: "Unfair Business Practices."
The Surveillance-Marketing Complex, Coming Soon to a Computer Near You
Taxpayers, Rockefellers Fund "Sustainable" Plot to Undermine Market
The 5 Creepiest Advertising Techniques of the (Near) Future
Socialism is not in the least what it pretends to be. It is not the pioneer of a better and finer world, but the spoiler of what thousands of years of civilization have created. It does not build, it destroys. For destruction is the essence of it. It produces nothing, it only consumes what the social order based on private ownership in the means of production has created. — Ludwig von Mises