Freedom News Digest: June 16, 2022-Day of Reckoning for Federal Spending, Debt, and Inflation?

The citizen is sovereign only when he can retain and enjoy the fruits of his labor. If the government has first claim on his property he must learn to genuflect before it. When the right of property is abrogated, all the other rights of the individual are undermined, and to speak of the sovereign citizen who has no absolute right to property is to talk nonsense. It is like saying that the slave is free because he is allowed to do anything he wants to do (even vote, if you wish) except to own what he produces.
Frank Chodorov, Income Tax: Root of All Evil [1974]
June 16, 2022
Day of Reckoning for Federal Spending, Debt, and Inflation?
Do you recall all those “debates” over the federal debt ceiling that have taken place over the past 30 years? Every time the debt ceiling came up, here at FFF we said, “Don’t raise the debt ceiling. Force the feds to live within their means. No more debt.”  Every time, we have been drowned out by statist commentators within the mainstream press …
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The Libertarian Influence of Frank Chodorov
by Jacob G. Hornberger and
Richard M. Ebeling
Future of Freedom Foundation
Twitter and Freedom of Speech
by Andrew P. Napolitano
Washington Times
The Elite Press Remains The Handmaid Of War
by Ted Galen Carpenter
American Conservative
Behind Almost Every Shortage and Price Spike Is a Bungled Government Policy
by Richard W. Rahn
Washington Times
CEOs Like the Late Jack Welch Embody the Endless Possibilities of Capitalism
by John Tamny
Debunking 10 of Joe Biden’s Lies about the State of the US Economy
by James Bovard
New York Post
No, Putin Didn’t Cause Inflation
by Peter C. Earle
Why It’s Hard To Take America’s Word on the Summit of the Americas
by Ted Snider
New Bill That Passed House Reinvokes Old Russian Bogeyman as Pretext For More U.S. Intervention in Africa
by Richard S. Dunn
Covert Action Magazine
Can America ‘Do Big Things’ Again? Ask the Regulators and Lawyers.
by George F. Will
Washington Post
Libertarian Lessons from the Super Bowl
by Laurence M. Vance
Even most non-sports fans like me know that the Super Bowl is the annual championship game of the National Football League (NFL). It is …
Supreme Court Tortures the Constitution Again
by James Bovard
The Supreme Court ruled in March that Americans have no right to learn the grisly details of CIA torture because the CIA has never …
Albert J. Nock’s “Isaiah’s Job” Today
by Jacob G. Hornberger and Richard M. Ebeling
What role does Albert Jay Nock’s essay “Isaiah’s Job” play in the libertarian movement today? Join FFF …
The U.S. Government Is Waging Psychological Warfare on the Nation
by John W. Whitehead
The U.S. government is waging psychological warfare on the American people. No, this is not …
The Centenary of Ludwig von Mises’s Critique of Socialism
by Richard M. Ebeling
At a banquet dinner held in New York City on March 7, 1956, honoring the famous Austrian economist Ludwig von Mises, another equally renowned …
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