Freedom News Digest: THURSDAY, JUNE 30, 2022 The Stultification of American Conscience

World leadership requires that we constantly defend the principles of individual liberty and free enterprise. At every opportunity we should call out to the world that only competitive enterprise can lead to peace and prosperity. We have a glorious history of individual freedom and safety of property–the absence of nationalization and confiscation by an omnipotent state. Our recent excursions toward the Welfare State endanger our record–and ourselves. But if we will correct that trend, then with pride we can demonstrate to the warring world that individual liberty is the only durable foundation for peace and prosperity.
Hans F. Sennholz, “Welfare States at War” [1957]
June 30, 2022
Coming Full Circle with a Renewed Cold War Racket
With Turkey now removing its objection to Sweden and Norway joining NATO, it is a virtual certainty that the two countries will join this Cold War dinosaur military alliance. In practical terms, that means that the lives of young Americans will now be pledged to come to the automatic defense of Swedes and Norwegians in the event Russia initiates a war with either …
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The Impact of Hans Sennholz
by Jacob G. Hornberger and
Richard M. Ebeling
The Future of Freedom Foundation
More On Nancy MacLean’s Egregious ‘Scholarship’
by Donald J. Boudreaux
‘Chaostan’ And How to Restore The System Of Liberty
by Ron Paul, Daniel McAdams, and Richard Maybury
Ron Paul Institute
The Case for the Lab-leak Theory
by Matt Ridley
Who is the FDA’s Juul Ban Supposed to Help?
by Veronique de Rugy
Forever Prisoners: Gitmo and Due Process of the Law
by Andrew P. Napolitano
Washington Times
The Peculiar Logic of Collectivist-Speak
by Pierre Lemieux
NATO and a War Foretold
by Medea Benjamin and
Nicolas J. S. Davies
Not a Second-Class Right
by Thomas Ascik
Law & Liberty
I’m a New York City Liberal, and I Want a Gun
by Laura E. Adkins
New York Times
Everybody’s Guilty
by John W. Whitehead
The burden of proof has been reversed. No longer are we presumed innocent. Now we’re presumed guilty unless we can prove our innocence…
The Legacy of Leonard E. Read
by Jacob G. Hornberger and Richard M. Ebeling
What impact did Leonard Read, the founder of the Foundation for Economic Education, have on the libertarian …
The Stultification of American Conscience
by Jacob G. Hornberger
One of the fascinating consequences of public (i.e., government) schooling is that it molds the minds of children in such a way that by …
The Effectiveness of Medical Marijuana Is Not the Issue
by Laurence M. Vance
Earlier this year, Mississippi became the 37th state to legalize the medical use of marijuana, which is also legal in the U.S. territories of …
Gun Confiscation Laws Put a Target on the Back of Every American
by John W. Whitehead
What we do not need is yet another pretext by which government officials can violate the Fourth Amendment at will under the guise of…
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