Freedom News Digest: WEDNESDAY, JULY 20, 2022

Law must be restricted to its proper role; prevention of use of force and fraud against any individual or group by the state, except where necessary to prevent the actor from invading the equal freedom of another; provision of processes and institutions for adjudication and enforced settlement of private disputes; and, provision of reasonable channeling procedures through which private individuals may utilize their voluntarily chosen ends.

— Richard K. Foley Jr.

The Freeman (June 1971)

July 20, 2022
Rafael Caro Quintero and the JFK Assassination
U.S. officials are celebrating the capture of Rafael Caro Quintero, the Mexican drug lord wanted for the kidnapping, torture, and execution in 1985 of a DEA agent named Enrique “Kiki” Camarena, who had been assigned to operate in Mexico as part of the U.S. war on drugs. Caro Quintero had already served 28 years in jail in Mexico for his role in the …
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John Bolton, Please Don’t Mention Our Coups
by Joe Gill
Middle East Eye
President Biden Must Commit to Ending the War in Yemen
by Farrah Hassen
Foreign Policy in Focus
Biden Hides Behind “Great Power Competition” To Maintain the Bankrupt Status Quo
by Daniel Larison
Ukraine Wants Security Guarantees To Stop Fighting
by Doug Bandow
On the Economics of Trade, Lighthizer Is a Lightweight
by Donald J. Boudreaux
Cafe Hayek
Reining in Federal Agency Mission Creep
by Sheri Few
Washington Times
Covid-19 and the Continuing Erosion of Private Property Rights
by Claudio Grass
Mises Institute
In a Close Race, Texas’s Abbott Talks War — Against Migrants
Washington Post
Fifth Migrant Woman Alleges Sexual Assault against Nurse at ICE Jail
by José Olivares and John
Washington Intercept
Frédéric Bastiat: The Jonathan Swift of Economics
by Caleb Fuller
Liberty Fund
Would You Abdicate If You Could Be the Dictator?
by Richard M. Ebeling
Leonard E. Read, the founding and long-serving first president of the Foundation for Economic Education (FEE), once told a story …
Dismantling the Constitution: Police No Longer Have to Honor the Right to Remain Silent
by John W. Whitehead and Nisha Whitehead
“That was when they suspended the Constitution. They said it would be temporary. There wasn’t even any rioting in the streets. People stayed home …
The Case Against Public Schooling and Vouchers
by Jacob G. Hornberger and Richard M. Ebeling
Why should libertarians be calling for the separation of school and state rather than school vouchers? ….
Transform NATO Without U.S. Help
by Laurence M. Vance
On the eve of the NATO summit held in Madrid on June 29–30, NATO’s Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said that “the number of NATO troops …
The Supreme Court Is Turning America Into a Constitution-Free Zone
by John W. Whitehead
The Supreme Court has spoken: there will be no consequences for cops who brutalize the citizenry and no justice for the victims of police brutality….
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