Ignore progressives on economic matters and they can make a whole lot of sense, with Glenn Greenwald clearly being the best that I have found. In a recent commentary of his, “The Patriot Act and Bipartisanship,” he continues to remain consistent in his defense of civil liberties and non-partisan outing of hypocrisy while recognizing his […]
Items which have direct policy suggestions or positions.
Foreign Affairs Hearing
Great statements by Representatives Paul and Amash on the legality of the war powers act and constitutionality of our current foreign policy. We need more Congressmen like them in Washington.
Osama Bin Laden and Cost-Benefit Analsis
Suppose you are a home owner and some punk decided it would be a fun time to throw stones through all of your windows. Also, suppose the cost of hunting this criminal down through private investigators, as well as the cost of lawyers and court fees were all yours to burden (no help from the […]
“America’s Egypt Problem” by Jack Hunter
On Latin American Politics and Ending the War on Drugs
The second half of this video addresses the benefits of legalizing drugs on the violence in Latin America. The point that prohibition only tends towards more violence created by a fight for market share by the various underground organizations in the black market is certainly a legitimate point that should be enough to convince any […]
FDR’s Depression Policies Debate
A great debate between Bernard Malamud and Lawrence E. Reed over FDR’s economic policies during the Great Depression. It is a bit long, but well worth the time.
Private Fire Protection?
Why is this concept so hard to understand? …Listen to these two statists make some of the worst arguments you will ever hear against private fire protection…
The Libertarian Pledge to America
Laurance Vance makes a few edits to the Republican ‘Pledge to America.’ If only this could get the support of all Americans…