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Obama's "Ban the Bomb Bluster"

"No Bomb Obama"

One thing about the Hippie generation, they are relentless. Even after the air headed-ness of their ideas has been exposed for decades they continue to press on, and on, and on, ad infinitum.

Heck, we have a President of the US actually making a fool of himself all over the globe, ...

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Our Suicidal Middle East Policies

 Our Suicidal Middle East Policies

Take a look at the map of Afghanistan. It borders Pakistan, Iran, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, and a tiny eastern tip borders China. It exists in the worst neighborhood of nations on planet Earth.

A Reuters news story on June 18 reported that “Afghanistan will send a team for peace talks ...

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Savages of Socialism

 Savages of Socialism

In Venezuela, savvy shoppers are hunting down scarce supplies of toilet paper with a smartphone app. The smartphones, compact packages of electronics, are several generations more advanced than the white square, but they are available when the toilet paper isn't, because unlike the toilet paper ...

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The Urban Tyranny

 The Urban Tyranny

Every city is by necessity a tyranny. Density determines how people live and how they do not. Freedom is in part inefficiency and city living is fed by the need to achieve social efficiency. Bloomberg's much denounced nanny state tactics are only an extension of the same drive to maximize social ...

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Orwell Revisited: Privacy in the Age of Surveillance

Orwell Revisited: Privacy in the Age of Surveillance

“You had to live—did live, from habit that became instinct—in the assumption that every sound you made was overheard, and, except in darkness, every movement scrutinized.”—George Orwell, 1984

There’s a reason George Orwell’s 1984 is a predominant theme in my new book A Government of Wolves: ...

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Coming to America

 Coming to America

How does one define a nation? That is truly the fundamental question of amnesty.

The libertarian argument in favor of amnesty comes down to the question of whether nations even necessary at all. If the only characteristic that matters is freedom then borders and the other vestiges of nationhood ...

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Thousands Of Companies Have Been Handing Over Your Personal Data To The NSA

Thousands Of Companies Have Been Handing Over Your Personal Data To The NSA

It isn't just Internet and phone companies that are giving your personal information to the U.S. government.  According to an astounding report by Bloomberg, "four people familiar with the process" say that "makers of hardware and software, banks, Internet security providers, satellite ...

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The US Military Finally Destroyed

The US Military Finally Destroyed

It would almost be funny if it were not so serious -- the reports of sexual assaults coming out of the various divisions of the US military today.I have to ask: 

What the heck did they expect???  I mean, of course, the so-called experts who insisted that adding women to combat units ...

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America’s New Normal: Mass Surveillance, Secret Courts and Death to Whistleblowers

America’s New Normal: Mass Surveillance, Secret Courts and Death to Whistleblowers

“The administration has now lost all credibility. Mr. Obama is proving the truism that the executive branch will use any power it is given and very likely abuse it.” ­­– New York Times editorial board

“Everyone everywhere now understands how bad things have gotten – and they’re talking about it. ...

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