How Dave Ramsey Made $55 Million by Being Good on Personal Debt, Naive on Business Debt, Lousy on Investing, and a Loudmouth Bully

Making Way for the Era of Sovereign Default

More restaurants are targeting customers who use food stamps

Andrew Jackson and the Bank War

Are They Tanking Europe on Purpose to Bring on the United States of Europe?

Asset Seizures Net Innocent With Guilty

Raising Hell in Subsidized Housing

Collapse: It's Coming! Are You Ready?

All in a Day's (Government) Work

John Williams Forecasts: "Catastrophe Ahead"

What, then, is the law? It is the collective organization of the individual right to lawful defense. ... since an individual cannot lawfully use force against the person, liberty, or property of another individual, then the common force -- for the same reason -- cannot lawfully be used to destroy the person, liberty, or property of individual groups. ... But, unfortunately, law by no means confines itself to its proper functions. And when it has exceeded its proper functions, it has not done so merely in some inconsequential and debatable matters. The law has gone further than this; it has acted in direct opposition to its own purpose. The law has been used to destroy its own objective: It has been applied to annihilating the justice that it was supposed to maintain; to limiting and destroying rights which its real purpose was to respect. The law has placed the collective force at the disposal of the unscrupulous who wish, without risk, to exploit the person, liberty, and property of others. It has converted plunder into a right, in order to protect plunder. And it has converted lawful defense into a crime, in order to punish lawful defense. -- Frederic Bastiat

The Long Shadow Of The Progressives: Richard Milhous Nixon

How a Young Dick Cheney Fixed Prices for Millions

Neoconservatism - the last refuge of the scoundrel

Never Trust Anyone Who Hasn't Been Punched in the Face

Ditch the bike helmet

President Renews Vows With Coercive Labor

Obama's Midas Touch on display in Wayne, NJ

Mr. President, Detroit Is Your Example of Economic Success? Seriously?

They can't read, they can't write

Raaaaacist Tea Parties: The Frankenstein Vampire Werewolf Zombie Argument

The nature of the encroachment upon American constitution is such, as to grow every day more and more encroaching. Like a cancer; it eats faster and faster every hour. The revenue creates pensioners, and the pensioners urge for more revenue. The people grow less steady, spirited and virtuous, the seekers more numerous and more corrupt, and every day increases the circles of their dependents and expectants, until virtue, integrity, public spirit, simplicity and frugality become the objects of ridicule and scorn, and vanity, luxury, foppery, selfishness, meanness, and downright venality swallow up the whole of society. -- John Adams

Ron Paul on Freedom Watch with Andrew Napolitano: A Revolution of Ideas

Out-of-control agency turns everyday life into a federal crime

Despotism vs. Democracy

W.T. Sherman: Just the right amount of crazy!

If This Judge Judy Segment Doesn't Make you a Libertarian, You Don't Have a Brain

Sgt. Schultz says…

Everything is Terror Now. Didn't You Know?

Why I Now Oppose Social Security Privatization

Game Over! Time to Forgive and Forget

The Christian nation

Pity the poor, wretched, timid soul, too faint hearted to resist his oppressors. He sings the songs of the damned, 'I cannot resist, I have too much to lose, they might take my property or confiscate my earnings, what would my family do, how would they survive?' He hides behind pretended family responsibility, failing to see that the most glorious legacy that we can bequeath to our posterity is liberty! -- W. Vaughn Ellsworth

Message to nudists: At least be sanitary

Gunwalker Explodes into the Heartland

Who Will Stop the Amish Menace?

Don’t Believe the Hype. Meet the Real Rick Perry.

The Political Obsession With Redirecting Private Capital

Why I am not a Republican continued

Zombie Feminism and Prudish SlutWalkers

Condemning Politics Itself

55 Percent of Americans Say We've Given Up Too Much Freedom and Privacy in the Name of Security Since 9/11

Taser-related fatalities raise safety concerns

The IRS is an extraordinary example of the end justifying the means. The means of this agency is growth. It is interesting that the revenue officers within the IRS refer to taxpayers as 'inventory'. The IRS embodies the political realities of the selfish human desire to dominate others. Thus the end of this gigantic pretense of officialdom is power, pure and simple. The meek may inherit the earth, but they will never receive a promotion in an agency where efficiency is measured by the number of seizures of taxpayers' property and by the number of citizens and businesses driven into bankruptcy. -- George Hansen

  • Michigan Redneck

    OMG. Seriously, yum brands want to accept food stamps! WTF! They always did kinda attract the white trash and ghetto trash. Just wait for more of the trash to be fighting at these restaurants and calling 911 over tacos not being right.