American Dissident: The Legacy of Murray Rothbard
Murray Newton Rothbard, perhaps the greatest enemy of the state in the second half of the 20th Century would have been 97 today.
Marianne Williamson is Wrong, Not Just About a Few Things, but About Everything
One of the most eccentric presidential candidates in recent years is poised to take another crack at the highest office in the land, presumably keeping her equally eccentric policies.
Must We Go Abroad Searching for Monsters to Destroy?
On Independence Day, 1821, President John Quincy Adams gave a timeless speech where he laid out the foreign policy a nation conceived should pursue: “Wherever the standard of freedom and Independence has been or shall be unfurled, there will her heart, her benedictions, and her prayers be. But she goes not abroad, in search of…
Leading by Example vs The Sword: The US in the World
Hundreds of military bases abroad. Thousands of planes. Hundreds of ships of war. Millions of men at arms. The United States commands an empire, the likes of which has never before been imagined, let alone made reality. Having surpassed the institutionalized glory of Rome, though not yet weeping for lack of nations left to conquer,…