Category Archives: The Warfare State

Supreme Court Justices are not political. Ha.

If Trump wins, she should resign from the Court.  “Justices don’t weigh in on presidential elections for a reason.” Source: In bashing Donald Trump, some say Ruth Bader Ginsburg just crossed a very important line – The Washington Post






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Hidden Crimes of the US Government –

Lew Rockwell interviews John Denson, former judge, historian and author, who discusses assassinations, 9/11 and other controversial events in American history. Source: Hidden Crimes of the US Government –






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Mass shootings throughout American history

Law professor Butler Shaffer wrote two insightful posts about the Orlando massacre that are on the money, here and here. Economics professor and historian Tom DiLorenzo, author of The Real Lincoln and other books, weighs in about the worst massacres … Continue reading






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It’s the blowback, stupid

Bill Clinton’s 1992 presidential campaign slogan, “It’s the economy, stupid,” convinced enough voters to oust incumbent George H.W. Bush, even though the economy was as not a bad as Clinton depicted. But it was the perception that the economy was … Continue reading






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Muhammad Ali’s libertarian stance against the Vietnam War and the draft

The death of Muhmmad Ali has led to an enormous outpouring of tributes–and some critical observations because he was a “draft dodger.”   A military draft is nothing more than the government engaging in involuntary servitude, i.e., slavery.  Tom Mullen … Continue reading






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A reading list for all Americans

Lew Rockwell has put together a list of books which all Americans should read to learn why liberty and free markets are the best way to create a harmonious society. As he posted on his blog: “Recently, on the Kate … Continue reading






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Booker versus Lonegan: why US senators should not be elected

After watching the first debate between Newark Mayor Cory Booker and former Bogota Mayor Steve Lonegan, it is crystal clear that Booker is an unapologetic collectivist and Steve Lonegan is an intellectual lightweight.  In addition, watching these two candidates for … Continue reading






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How taxpayers are being ripped off

In an op-ed Senator John McCain bemoans the fact that American cable and satellite subscribers are being ripped off, because they do not have the ability to cancel channels they do not watch…and for which they have to pay now.






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Rabbi Shmuley’s congressional candidacy: is it “kosher”?

On Tuesday June 5th, Rabbi Shmuley Boteach easily won the Republican primary in the Ninth Congressional District.  The rabbi will now square off against eight term congressman Bill Pascrell who trounced his long-time colleague Steve Rothman.  Rothman moved into the … Continue reading






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Ron Paul’s message is resonating

Despite finishing fourth in the South Carolina primary, Ron Paul was upbeat during his speech Saturday night, giving one of his finest presentations as a presidential candidate. Ron hit all the high notes about his campaign and reminded his supporters … Continue reading






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Another reason the media hate Ron Paul, but did him a big favor at the South Carolina debate

By now, after nearly a dozen GOP primary presidential debates, every American has seen how the Mainstream Media hate Rep. Ron Paul because he is an uncompromising champion of liberty, sound money, free enterprise and a noninterventionist policy.   In each … Continue reading






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Mitt Romney declares war on Iran

Mitt Romney declares war on Iran in a Wall Street Journal op-ed today.  He cites an International Atomic Energy Agency report that alleges Iran may by working feverishly to make nuclear weapons.  However, Justin Raimondo waded through the report and concluded the … Continue reading






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Ron Paul and the Constitution

Today is Constitution Day.  Although the constitution granted the federal government a few powers enumerated in Article I Section 8, the 200+ year experiment in “democracy” has been a failure.  Now, the federal government has a virtual blank check—engaging in … Continue reading






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Ron Paul is a Master of the Art of War, and Peace

Guest Column:  Joe Sansone Apparently Ron Paul is the only candidate that understands the Art of War. Leaving aside the motivation for terrorist attacks against the U.S., let’s consider the foreign policy issue purely from a strategic point of view … Continue reading






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Ron Paul and the seven clones

At Monday’s CNN/Tea Party debate, Wolf  Blitzer said in his opening remarks that the candidates would get equal time to answer questions.  For the first half hour or so, he appeared to have kept his word.  After that, the debate … Continue reading






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