Category Archives: Liberty

The Wasteful Priorities of Bureaucrats

We can learn a lot about the priorities of bureaucrats by what they choose to prioritize when they are forced to make choices in spending taxpayer dollars. For example, the U.S. State Department is one of several agencies whose operations are being cut back as part of the partial shutdown of the federal government. Unfortunately,… Read More »

Red Seals in the Sunset

Back in 2010, fisherman Larry Legans was having some luck on the Sacramento River, not far from the state capitol, when a sea lion began raiding his catch. Legans duly shot the animal, for which he faced three years in prison and a $70,000 in fines. The sea lion, which locals dubbed “Sgt. Nevis,” recovered… Read More »

Pompeo At It Again: Calls for Venezuela Coup

While touring the Middle East, including election-free Saudi Arabia, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has called for the Venezuelan opposition and armed forces to overthrow the current government under its president Nicolas Maduro. According to Pompeo, a coup is necessary to “restore democracy” after elections failed to produce the desired US outcome. On today’s Ron… Read More »

Brickbat: Resistance Is Futile

Documents from a lawsuit by a Star Trek fan against the Manitoba offiicals who revoked his personalized license plate show a senior official threatened “serious disciplinary action” against those who issued the plate. Nick Troller got the plate which read “ASIMIL8,” a reference to Star Trek‘s Borg, in 2015. In 2017, a person filed a… Read More »

9/11 on Trial

Over the past 17+ years a great many people who have closely examined the events of September 11, 2001, have concluded that the official government story we were presented with simply cannot be true. Included amongst these people are thousands of architects and engineers, university professors, first responders, pilots, and many others. Despite the eminence… Read More »

What To Do When You Have a Scratchy Sore Throat

Post this health advice on your bathroom door for the family to read.  Too many Americans are sick and suffering from colds and the flu because their immune systems were weakened by over consumption of sugar and lack of important nutrients like vitamin D and zinc.  Too many Americans confronted with a sore throat run… Read More »

The Truth About F. A. Hayek

Shop all books by Tom Woods F.A. Hayek, illustrious member of the Austrian School of economics, won the Nobel Prize in 1974, and wrote prolifically on both economic and non-economic topics. He has been a source of controversy within libertarian circles because of some aspects of his work. Joe Salerno helps us sort everything out… Read More »

Bolton’s Eagerness to Attack Iran

Originally appeared on The American Conservative. The Wall Street Journal reports on Bolton’s eagerness to attack Iran last year: President Trump’s National Security Council asked the Pentagon to provide the White House with military options to strike Iran last year, generating concern at the Pentagon and State Department, current and former U.S. officials said. The… Read More »