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Liberty Is Not Complicated

Liberty Is Not Complicated

This brilliant book collects 50 short essays by Ron Paul on issues that range from abortion and assassination to unions and Zionism. It is no disparate assemblage, though; rather it is unified around a central theme, the vital importance of liberty. Paul's defense of liberty and opposition to its ...

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Reads: 543

Friday Afternoon Roundup - Out of Line

A LITTLE URINE WASHES OUT

In case you haven't heard some US soldiers might have urinated on dead Taliban fighters. Hopefully they did it facing in the direction away from Mecca, as American soldiers have been ordered to do toavoid offending Muslims, and that the dead Taliban didn't have Korans ...

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Reads: 758

Propaganda, Terror, and Mass Communication Part 3

Propaganda, Terror, and Mass Communication Part 3

The psychological nature of a totalitarian dictatorship is created by two closely related phenomena: namely propaganda and terror. Because terror reinforces the monopoly of mass communication, socialist propaganda can only be fully understood within this context. Conversely, terror assumes its ...

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Reads: 1062

Author's Excerpt from Book About Green Beret's Fight for Justice

Author's Excerpt from Book About Green Beret's Fight for Justice

Slightly modified for stand-alone publication, a one-chapter excerpt from my book, Three Days In August: A U.S. Army Special Forces Soldier's Fight For Military Justice, provides graphic details of then-Green Beret Sgt. 1st Class Kelly A. Stewart's time on the run after being wrongfully-convicted ...

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Reads: 1290

Compromise Impossible

Compromise Impossible

The Western doctrine of non-violence depends on the willingness to compromise. To resolve any conflict by sitting down at a table, finding points of agreement and then working through the rest. The ruthless killing fields of the twentieth century have not shaken that eternal faith in a diplomatic ...

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The Ugly Truth in the Jobs Report

The Ugly Truth in the Jobs Report

Hearing the mainstream media breathlessly report that the unemployment rate declined to 8.5% makes it sound like all is well and the economy is mending. Unfortunately, there’s more to the story. 

The official unemployment rate, called “U-3” by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), ...

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The Paul Phenomenon

The Paul Phenomenon

ELIZABETHTOWN, PA -- Listening to Charles Krauthammer on TV explaining the surging popularity of Ron Paul, I was deeply impressed by the prudence displayed by this usually partisan commentator. Unlike other neoconservatives, Krauthammer recognizes that the Paul-phenomenon is not about to go away. ...

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Reads: 973

BENADOR: As 2012 begins, Quo Vadis, America...?

BENADOR: As 2012 begins, Quo Vadis, America...?

by Eliana Benador

“So teach us to number our days, that we may get a heart of wisdom.”

Psalm 90

"If you will not fight for the right when you can easily win without bloodshed, if you will not fight when victory will be sure and not so costly, you may come to the moment when you will have to fight ...

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The One True Anti-Romney

The One True Anti-Romney

While other candidates were busy rising and falling, sinking and swimming, reaching out to experts and promoting themselves to insiders, Rick Santorum did things the old fashioned way. He campaigned. And the candidate whom the insiders ignored and disdained, came within a hair of winning Iowa.

So ...

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Reads: 661

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