Fed tweets savers and investors: Drop Dead

The Market for Squirrel Catchers

Government Plans Retirement Heist, Calls it Charity

Bond markets: A false sense of security

Living With High Inflation

Our Dust Bowl Economy

A "Balanced" Approach to Fixing the Deficit Will Fail

Village Idiot Paul Krugman Advocates 91% Tax Rate On 'The Rich'

Krugman's Twinkie Economics

Atlanta Fed Spills the Beans on the "Fiscal Cliff"

Federal judge cancels liquidation, forces Hostess into mediation with bakers union

No matter how disastrously some policy has turned out, anyone who criticizes it can expect to hear: 'But what would you replace it with?' When you put out a fire, what do you replace it with? — Thomas Sowell

Sign the Petition to Reverse the RNC Rule Changes

Is it Time for Conservatives to Form a Third Party?

Townhall's Ken Blackwell Wrong, wrong, wrong on Ron Paul and Secession

"The ruling class and its apologists are getting jittery about all this talk about secession."

Government Safety Nets Are Made With Fiat Money

Judge Nap Gets Down to Brass Tacks

Harry Reid to change Senate rules so he can be a dictator too

We have a mad and indefensible tax system

Government Website For Immigrants: Come To America And Take Advantage Of Our Free Stuff

Republicans Wimp Out, Fail to Oppose Democrat Plan to Tax Wealth Producers

The economics of the security world are all horribly horribly nasty, and are largely based on fear, intimidation and blackmail. It's why I compared them to the TSA — even when you know there are morons that didn't finish high school and are stealing camera equipment and harassing people with ridiculous rules, you can't actually speak up against them because there's no recourse. — Linus Torvalds

Money Is Power

The most transparent administration ever is using secret email accounts to avoid transparency

Exposing Cleveland, Ohio Police Officer Luis M. Rivera

State by State, A Nullification Domino Effect

Gun-hater calls for forcible disarmament based on ideology

Fifty Shades of Khaki

U.S.-Backed Armed Rebels in Syria: One Man's Terrorist… (Well, You Know the Rest)

Puppet State America

Another Trio of Drug War Deaths

The CDC Thinks You Drink Too Much

I learned [working undercover with Colombian cocaine cartels] that not only did they not fear our war on drugs, they counted on it to increase the market price and to weed out the smaller, inefficient drug dealers. They found U.S. interdiction efforts laughable … On one undercover tape-recorded conversation, a top cartel chief, Jorge Roman, expressed his gratitude for the drug war, calling it 'a sham put on for the American taxpayer' that was actually 'good for business.' — Michael Levine, former DEA officer widely known as "America's top undercover cop for 25 years"

Is a teenager sleeping 18-19 hours a day… unusual?

Free-Rangers: Your Children Should be Taken From You! (Signed) A Fed-Up Librarian

How Ron Paul won the debate as Mitt Romney lost the election

Washington cannot be saved from itself

The Americanness of the American Revolution

Liberal vs. Conservative Attitudes on Speech by Communists, Homosexuals, and Supporters of Military Dictatorship

The Best Kept Open Secret of Our Time: Individuals Have Power

Taxpayer money spent on monitoring LED signs

Statist Thugs And The Rocks They Crawl Out From Under

'My marijuana was seized. Can I have it back?'

There is nothing so bad that politics cannot make it worse. — Thomas Sowell