Grover Norquist, the influential conservative activist, recently made some very frank and sobering remarks about the U.S. military budget. Unlike many conservatives, Mr. Norquist understands that American national security interests are not served by the interventionist foreign policy mindset that has dominated both political parties in recent decades. He also understands that there is nothing “conservative”
We in the United States are about to receive a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to reclaim our birthright, the liberty which the state has been whittling away day-by-day from the moment the Constitution was written. I am not talking about the presidential election. I’m referring to the impending collapse and dissolution of the United States.
In a somewhat surprising 5-4 decision, the United States Supreme Court upheld the contentious ObamaCare law, which requires all Americans to purchase health insurance. The ramifications of the decision, though, go far beyond health care.
The United States government has no idea how much real property it holds that is unused or underutilized and could be sold or transferred, according to a government audit.
A majority of Americans, it seems, approve of drone strikes against terrorists, even if they kill innocent bystanders.
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Recently there have been some encouraging signs that Congress is finally willing to admit what should have been evident two years ago. Even after a $150 billion bailout, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac are still bankrupt and should be abolished. Indeed Rep. Barney Frank, a longtime champion of Fannie and Freddie has made a few
Last week, GOP chairman Michael Steele came under fire for daring to say what a lot of Americans already know — that our involvement in Afghanistan is an ill-advised quagmire with no end in sight. After nearly 10 years and approaching $1 trillion spent, the conflict is going nowhere because there is nowhere for it
Welcome back to the Conspiracy! We at the Liberty Conspiracy believe in exploring contemporary issues and deriving timeless principles from them. That’s why we like to turn to a man like Sheldon Richman, whose work in the field of political economics is truly remarkable. In this production, Gardner Goldsmith touches base with Sheldon on the
We hope you enjoy our featured Conspirator, our friend Tarrin Lupo. Tarrin’s background in medicine combines here with his love of liberty, as he talks about the history of alternative medicine, and how vested interests in the so-called “traditional” medical community pushed many “alternative” practitioners out of business through use of the state and coercive