Freedom News Digest: May 17, 2022

Under laissez-faire peaceful coexistence of a multitude of sovereign nations is possible. Under government control of business it is impossible.
Ludwig von Mises, Human Action [1949]

May 17, 2022
The Vietnam War and the Supreme Court
I received an insightful email in response to my blog post yesterday, where I pointed out how people lost trust in the Supreme Court a long time ago. I pointed out the judicial deference to the Pentagon’s and the CIA’s program of state-sponsored assassinations as an example. Notwithstanding the express prohibition against assassinations in the Fifth Amendment, the Supreme Court and …
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In the Beginning: The Mont Pelerin Society, 1947
by Richard M. Ebeling
The Future of Freedom Foundation
Inside the Secret Meeting Between the CIA Director and Saudi Crown Prince
by Ken Klippenstein
The Intercept
The War On Smoking Is A War On You
by Jason Garshfield
American Conservative
A Drinking Man’s Guide to Monetary Policy
by Gary M. Galles
Crime Begets Crime, ICE Edition
by Thomas Knapp
The News Media’s Ukraine Whitewash Grows Worse
by Ted Galen Carpenter
Ukraine: The New American Crusade
by Stuart J. Hooper
Common Dreams
Why Did Rand Paul Delay Washington’s $40 Billion Ukraine Giveaway?
by Ron Paul
Ron Paul Institute
Congress Is Pushing Us into War with Russia
by Jordan Boyd
Ukraine: The New American Crusade
by Stuart J. Hooper
Common Dreams

You’ve Been Flagged as a Threat
by John W. Whitehead
You’ve been flagged as a threat. Before long, every household in America will be similarly flagged and assigned a threat score….
Confronting Evil at Home
by The Future of Freedom Foundation
Amazon Review Excerpts: An Encounter with Evil: The Abraham Zapruder Story by Jacob Hornberger
Libertarian Angle: The Biggest Threat to Our Liberty
by Jacob G. Hornberger
The Future of Freedom Foundation
Overturning Roe v. Wade Is a Win for Federalism — and the Constitution
by Scott McPherson
Future of Freedom
Let’s End the Cold War Racket
by Jacob G. Hornberger
One of the most under-reported aspects of President John F. Kennedy’s term in office was his decision to end the Cold War and establish …
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