Ben Bernanke Plots More Mayhem?

Does Paul Krugman Want To Turn Back the Clock on Economic Theory?

Are Entitlements Corrupting Us?

Bain's Connection to Government Pension Funds

The Inexorable Disappointment Of The Earnings 'Hope' Cycle

Welfare States R.I.P.

Most Economically Illiterate Journalist In History Proposes "Gold is Backed by Nothing, but US Dollar Backed by Federal Reserve"

Arms Sales: Obama's Only Growth Industry?

Revisiting the Future

Turn the poor into capitalists

The last thing Washington's establishment Republicans want is a Republican Party controlled by a bunch of people from the sticks who will nominate a candidate who actually means what he or she says about ending crony capitalism, reining-in spending and holding the Republican Party to small government constitutional principles. — Conservative HQ Staff, GOP Rules Fight: Establishment's War On Conservatives

2012 Obama vs Romney: the illusion of choice

Al Gore Latest Liberal Democrat Calling For End of Electoral College

The Political Overconfidence of Republican Hard-liners

Which Won't Be Too Far Off, Actually

The corruption in the Republican Party can no longer be ignored

Obama the Constitutional Scholar wants to repeal the First Amendment

Barack Obama Wants Four More Years To Get It Right

The Republican Attempt Of Erasing The Memoring Of GWB

Romney is Toast

What Happened to the WNY Tax Revolt and Tea Party Movements?

What the Republican National Committee did to Ron Paul was the height of rudeness and stupidity for this reason: Why would you alienate an individual who has the ability to attract a new generation of voters, who are already skeptical of your institution but are willing to at least listen through the vehicle of this individual and the words that he is saying? Why would you alienate them, get on the floor and not let them speak? Not have his name go up on the board and see the number of electoral votes that he receives? This is crazy! ... They are afraid of that which they cannot control. — Michael Steele, Former Republican National Committee Chairman

So You Think You Are Free?

Grassroots see through Assange distraction

Capital Controls are now here: Border checks to leave the United States

Police State: Technology Blurs Lines of Reasonable Suspicion

Another Day, Another Shameful Ruling on Police State Spying

What happens when a teacher is caught on video assaulting a student?

I am not a number. I am a free man!

What a surprise: Another government-created black market

Imperial Conditioning and the American State

An argument against Christians supporting war. Part 7.

If the recently adjourned Republican National Convention was intended to cure insomnia, it was a thundering success. But if it was meant to light a fire under unmotivated voters' asses, it's doubtful that it even warmed anyone's coffee. There was nothing electrifying about it. This was a zero-watt affair. — The Editors, Taki's Magazine

Secession: Who WILL Be First?

Why have Antipsychotic Prescriptions in Children Skyrocketed?

A Better Rainwater-Harvesting System

Is Going Off the Grid Practical?

Underwater Mortgages: The Most Hair Brained Statist Initiative I've Yet to Hear

Michelle Obama Blames Voters As "Confused"

The Road To Ruin

Government vs. the People

Rulers and Ruled

Science: Something made up to justify their latest power-grab

It is deeply ironic that paranoid Republicans, who suspect Obama of secretly planning to circumvent the law in order to rule the country with an iron fist, should turn to Mitt Romney to save them when Romney has already shown his ready willingness to do the very thing they fear. Romney's ruthless actions at the Republican convention show every sign that in turning to him, America will be jumping out of the frying pan and right into the fire. — Vox Day

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