There is no warrant in logic or morals for trying to place the authority of religion behind measures of social and economic collectivism. Indeed, there is a much stronger case for arguing that the sense of individual responsibility — which is a key indispensable factor in making it possible for the individual to distinguish between right and wrong — is best assured under a system in which the human being is mainly committed to his own care and required to make his own decisions. – William Henry Chamberlin
March 16, 2023
The U.S. War of Aggression Against Iraq
The U.S. invasion of Iraq, whose 20th anniversary occurs this month, provides a perfect demonstration of why so many people around the world believe that the U.S. government suffers from a very grave case of hypocrisy. While U.S. officials decry Russia’s invasion of Ukraine with great vehemence, they somehow block out of their minds their own deadly and destructive invasion, war of aggression, …
The Libertarian Angle: My Fight with HUD
by Jacob Hornberger
In the 1970s, I got into a huge fight with HUD, one of the most crooked and corrupt federal agencies in history. This is the story of that fight.
Biden Weaponizes Hate to Win Votes
by James Bovard
Historian Henry Adams observed a century ago that politics “has always been the systematic organization of hatreds.” President Biden confirmed this axiom in his …
Should Hate Speech Be Made Illegal?
by Jacob G. Hornberger and Richard M. Ebeling
Should federal or state governments make hate speech illegal? FFF president Jacob Hornberger and Citadel professor Richard …
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