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Joke of the Week Award goes to Saudi Arabian foreign minister Adel al-Jubeir for this knee-slapping declaration:

“We are doing everything we can to fight extremism.

“I don’t believe there is any country in the world that is more committed or more determined or has expended more resources and more effort to do this than the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.”

He added: “We cannot allow people to hijack our faith. We cannot allow people to take a peaceful religion — all religions are peaceful — and turn it into a way to justify violence.

“At the end of the day, Saudi Arabia is at the cross hairs of these extremist organisations because Saudi Arabia is the birthplace of Islam and the Two Holy Mosques.”

And here I was thinking that the best way for the House of Saud to fight terrorism would be to collectively choke on a dick!



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Is the realignment happening already?
By Keir Martland
(26th June 2016)

At about midnight, the globalists in the Parliamentary Labour Party began their coup. Blairite Hilary Benn told socialist anti-interventionist Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn that he had no confidence in his leadership and the latter had no option but to give him the sack. Today we have seen a string of resignations, with half the Shadow Cabinet allegedly ready to resign to remove Corbyn. At the moment, Corbyn seems ready to put his own name forward to fight off the leadership challenge, but this may change if it becomes apparent that he doesn’t have the confidence of his Parliamentary Party. You do need the support of your MPs if you are to lead your Party.

The challenge to Corbyn is very interesting. What may be happening is a long overdue realignment in British politics. Of course, all of this is taking place following a vote from the British people to leave the European Union, and following Jeremy Corbyn’s own insistence that this vote should be respected. Since roughly 90 per cent of the Parliamentary Labour Party are determined to keep Britain in the European Union, this cannot have been taken well by people like Hilary Benn.  More…

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What happens after the EU referendum?
Keir Martland
(4th June 2016)

During the May 2015 General Election, David Cameron hinted that he would stand down during this Parliament, “Terms are like shredded wheat; two is fine, three might just be too many.” This means that at some point before 2020, Britain will have a new Prime Minister.

For foreigners reading this, Britain does not have a presidential system of government. Instead, we have Cabinet or Parliamentary government, meaning we elect representatives to the legislature, from whom a government is then formed. Therefore, if our Prime Minister resigns or dies, this does not trigger a General Election. More…

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More than you might wanna inhale!



How to deal with the sexual assaults in Cologne and Hamburg by Musa Okwonga

German Feminists: Forget Rapist Migrants, They’re Already Marginalised by Liam Deacon

Why We Can’t Stay Silent on Germany’s Mass Sex Assaults by Maajid Nawaz

The solution to Germany’s migrant problem is simple. But not easy. by Janet Bloomfield a.k.a JudgyBitch

Chaos and Violence: How New Year’s Eve in Cologne Has Changed Germany by Spiegel Staff

We need to talk about Cologne by Greek Forum of Refugees (et al)

The Charlie Hebdo cartoon about Aylan Kurdi and sex attackers is one of its most powerful and important by Jessica Brown

The false dilemma of the rapacious Muslim narrative by Hannah Wallen

Cologne and the ‘sexism of the other’: Why tougher migration policies won’t solve sexual abuse by Anne Jenichen

A reply to Anne Jenichen on the link between immigration and sexual violence by Daniel Falkiner

Is Europe Choosing to Self-Destruct? by Judith Bergman

Summary of the Coordinated Sexual Assaults by Immigrants Against Europeans on N.Y.E. by Govan Kilgour

After Cologne, Feminism is Dead by Phillip Mark McGough

Europa: When Feminism is Silent by NM Phoenix

Lie Back and Think of Brussels by Ann Sterzinger and Jamie Mason


The Guardian: German minister suggests New Year’s Eve assaults were coordinated

Breitbart: Berlin, Cologne, Hamburg, Stuttgart, Dusseldorf… New Year’s Migrant Sex Assault In Every Major German City

The Huffington Post: German Train Station Attacks In Cologne: Ralf Jaeger Compares Right Wing Commenters To New Year’s Sex Attackers

BBC News: Cologne Mayor’s ‘code of conduct’ to prevent sexual assault angers many

Breitbart: Eyewitness Cologne: Germany Deploys 143 Officers To Stop Migrant Rape, 1,500 Officers To Stop Anti-Rape Protest

Daily Mail: UK celebrities furious as far-right group uses bloody pictures of them as examples of Cologne sex attacks

The Local: Backlash after women told not to go out alone

International Business Times: Cologne sex attacks: Syrian refugees take to streets to condemn mass assaults by migrants on New Year’s Eve

The Independent: Cologne attacks: American woman tells how Syrian refugees rescued her from New Year’s Eve sexual assault


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So What if Iran Cheats on the Nuclear Deal? by Steve Chapman

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New Documentary Explores Why Florida is So Weird Dangerous Minds

Parents Sue Doctors for Deciding Their Kids is a Girl by Kristin Magaldi

Marijuana Legalization on Ballot in Ohio in 2015, in Massachusetts in 2016 by Jacob Sullum

U.S. Now Has a Record High Immigrant Population of 42 Million by Eben Blake

Louisiana Drug Task Force Spent 11 Months to Nail Some Kids for Pot by Matt Agorist

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Why Bernie Sanders is a Dead End by Joshua Frank

Donald Trump Dominates the Republican Debate by Michael Barbaro

Small Pool of Rich Donors Dominate Election Giving by Nicholas Confessore

Iran Nuclear Deal Looks Almost Certain To Pass by Kevin Drum

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How LSD Became the Drug of Summer 2015 by Tom Jenkin

British Anarchists Infiltrate Calais Migrant Camps by Henry Samuel

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LGBTQ Non-Conformists Form a Commune in the Woods by Alex Halberstadt

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ISIS Executes 19 Girls Who Refused to Have Sex with Militants by Ruth Halkon

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Jail the Vote: How the Prison-Industrial Complex is Undermining Democracy by Sean McElwee

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New York University Discriminates Against Students Who Have Faced Arrest Truth-Out

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Discrimination Against Roma Continues in Europe 70 Years After the Holocaust by Agan Uzunovic

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The new Israeli Justice minister justified the burning alive of a Palestinian teenager and called for the slaughter of Palestinian mothers who give birth to “little snakes.”

The new deputy defense minister, said: “(Palestinians) are beasts, they are not humans” and “a Jew always has a much higher soul than a gentile…” See: “Reassessing US Aid to Israel,” by Allan Brownfeld

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Internal Dispute Over Taliban Succession Hints at Rifts by Lynne O’Donnell

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China Confiscates Over 5000 Bottles of Booze with Viagra Russia Today

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Students in Prison Can Now Receive Pell Grants to College by Melissa Harris-Perry

Cops Beat Man, Charge Him with “Destruction of Police Property” for Bleeding on Them by Joe Harris

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‪#‎tdih‬ On August 1, 1917, labor organizer Frank Little was taken forcibly from his boarding house in Butte, Montana, and was lynched from a railroad trestle. In the summer of 1917, Frank had been helping to organize copper workers in a strike against the Anaconda Copper Company. He also took a stand against WWI, arguing that all working men should refuse to join the army where they would fight on behalf of their capitalist oppressors. As he said in the last speech before his death, “I stand for the solidarity of labor.” Read more: Here are resources from the Zinn Education Project for teaching outside the textbook about labor history: Image by Nicole Schulman: Order poster from IWW: See video from the Harvey Richards Media Archive:

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U.S. Attorneys Fight Sentencing Reform by Scott Shackford

Do Prosecutors Have an Unfair Advantage in the Criminal Justice System? Duh! by Steven Greenhut

Police Ignored Native American Woman’s Pleas Before She Died in Jail by David Ferguson

A Practical Solution: Run Police Departments Like Fire Departments by Tom Mullen

Sex Worker Kills Serial Killer by Mary Emily O’Hara

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“The bourgeoisie cannot exist without constantly revolutionizing the instruments of production, and thereby the relations of production, and with them the whole relations of society. Conservation of the old modes of production in unaltered forms, was, on the contrary, the first condition of existence for all earlier industrial classes. Constant revolutionizing of production, uninterrupted disturbance of all social conditions, everlasting uncertainty and agitation, distinguish the bourgeois epoch from all earlier ones. All fixed, fast-frozen relations, with their train of ancient and venerable prejudices and opinions, are swept away; all new-formed ones become antiquated before they can ossify. All that is solid melts into air, all that is holy is profaned, and man is at last compelled to face with sober senses his real conditions of life and his relations with his kind.”
― Karl Marx, The Communist Manifesto

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“The bourgeoisie, wherever it has got the upper hand, has put an end to all feudal, patriarchal, idyllic relations. It has pitilessly torn asunder the motley feudal ties that bound man to his ‘natural superiors,’ and has left remaining no other nexus between man and man than naked self-interest, callous ‘cash payment.’ It has drowned the most heavenly ecstasies of religious fervor, of chivalrous enthusiasm, of philistine sentimentalism, in the icy water of egotistical calculation. It has resolved personal worth into exchange value, and in place of the numberless indefeasible chartered freedoms, has set up that single, unconscionable freedom—Free Trade. In one word, for exploitation, veiled by religious and political illusions, it has substituted naked, shameless, direct, brutal exploitation. The bourgeoisie has stripped of its halo every occupation hitherto honored and looked up to with reverent awe. It has converted the physician, the lawyer, the priest, the poet, the man of science, into its paid wage laborers. The bourgeoisie has torn away from the family its sentimental veil, and has reduced the family relation to a mere money relation.”
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General Wesley Clark Calls for Sending Radical U.S. Citizens to “Internment Camps” CounterCurrents News

John Kerry “Disturbed” by Iranian Leader’s Criticism After Deal by Bozorgmehr Sharafedin Nouri

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New Podcast from the Libertarian Alliance: ATS Contributors Eric Field, Keir Martland and Keith Preston Discussion Early American History Listen here.

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Former Obamacare Chief to Lead Insurance Lobby by Paige Winfield Cunningham

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Greece Stands Humiliated at the Hands of Neoliberal Fanatics by Nick Dearborn

The End of the Eurozone by Cedric Durand

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The Health Costs of Upward Mobility by James Hamblin

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Police and Protestors Clash at Anti-Austerity Rally in Greece: Tear Gas and Molotovs Fly by Jennifer Baker

Pentagon Mulls Ending Ban on Transgender Soldiers by Harry Bruinius

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Iran Nuclear Deal: World Powers Reach Historic Agreements to Lift Sanctions by Julian Borger

Obama: Iran’s Pathways to a Nuclear Weapon Cut Off by Dave Boyer

BRICS Putting in Place a Challenge to U.S. Economic Domination by Mike Whitney

Donald Trump: The Idiocracy Candidate? by Matt Welch

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The Worst Atrocity You Never Heard Of by Adam B. Ellick and Nicholas Kristof

Planned “Bong-a-Thon” Local Smokeout Causes a Panic by April M. Short

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The “Euro Family” Has It is Capable of Real Cruelty by Suzanne Moore

Israel Could Lose $40 Billion a Year if Subject to BDS Boycott by Michael Whitton

Iran, 6 World Powers Agree to Partially Lift Arms Embargo Russia Today

Alternative Right Podcast: The Greek Crisis and the Chinese Bubble with Colin Liddell and Siryako Akda

Eric Garner’s Widow Rejects $5 Million Settlement by John Marzulli, Ginger Adams Otis, Stephen Rex Brown

Police Wouldn’t Help, So Kidnap Victim’s Family Kick Down Door and Kill Abductor Countercurrents News

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Czech Anarchists Set Police Cars on Fire Prague Post

Shopper Calls the Cops When He Sees Confederate Items for Sale in a Store by Parker Lee

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Why Libertarians Shouldn’t Let Conservatives and Progressives Abuse Their Ideas on Gay Marriage by Shikha Dalmia

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26 Philadelphia Cops Beat, Tase Unarmed Man Who Was Riding His Bike Cop Block

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Iran Nuclear Deal Expected on Sunday by Kelly Cohen and Barbara Boland

The U.S.-Russia Economic War Heats Up by Eric Draitser

This Week in Police Brutality and Corruption by Randa Morris

Man Dies After Getting Pepper-Sprayed by the Police by Holly Yan

U.S. State Department Denies Visas for Persecuted Assyrian Christians by Carrie Dedrick

ISIS is Engaged in Ethno-Religious Genocide Against Assyrian Christians by Stoyan Zaimov

Why Are Europeans Obsessed with Dressing Up as Native Americans? by Monika Bauerlein

Dead Michael Brown Lies on Floor of “White Privilege” Exhibit in Chicago Art Gallery by Olaf Ekberg

Retired Special Forces Master Sargent Offers Advice to Those Considering Military Service

The Convergence Between Zionism and Europe’s New Far-Right by JTA

Will Anti-Gay Christians be Politically and Socially Ostracized? by Dominick Bouck

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Bernie Sanders: We Have Got to Apologize for Slavery by Brian Carey

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Obama to Be to the First President to Visit a Federal Prison by Chancellor Agard

Tennessee Legalizes Breaking Into Cars to Save Pets Russian Today

Civil Disobedience in the Disunited States by Patrick Buchanan

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Former Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell Loses Appeal on Corruption Convictions by Matt Zapotosky

Bipartisan Senate Bill Would Protect Banks that do Business with Marijuana Companies by Jacob Sullum

Big Oil’s Decade of Deception by Lindsay Abrams

Cop Pays for Diapers After Mother Attempts to Steal Them MSN.Com

Nobel Prize Winning Scientist Says Obama is Dead Wrong on Climate Change by Michael Bastasch

The U.S. Founding Fathers: Christians or Not? by Tolerant Libertarian

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Hows Donald Trump’s Immigration Stance Became a Liability by Peter Beinart

South Carolina’s Confederate Flag Comes Down by Jeffery Collins and Meg Kinnard

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Cops Pulls Rifle on Protestors for Their “Constitutional Bullshit” Countercurrents News

Teenage Girl Sentenced to Five Years in Prison for an “Intimidating Look” by Dana Liebelson

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Judge Sends Children to Detention for Refusing to Speak with Their Father by Dave Phillips and Matthew Fahr

Pope Apologizes for Catholic Church’s Offenses Against Indigenous Peoples by Nicole Winfield and Jacobo Garcia

George W. Bush Charged Veterans Group $100,00 for Speech by Steven Benen

Asset Forfeiture Laws Raise Concerns by Dan Frosch

ISIS Sets Up Shop in Afghanistan by Tyler Koteskey

Vladimir Putin’s Party Unveils Straight Flag to Rival Gay Symbol by Kiran Moodley

New U.N. Report Reveals Collaboration Between Israel and ISIS in the Golan Heights by Maya Schwayder

“Yes Means Yes” Group Wants Students Signing Sexual Consent Contracts by Robby Soave

The Overreach of Sex Offender Laws by Lenore Skenazy

The Popularity of Bernie Sanders’ Social Democratic Economic Populism by Peter Dreier

Yes, the Civil War Really Was About Slavery by Ta-Neshi Coates

Clemency: The Early Stages Towards Criminal Justice Reform The Daily Iowan

Former Baltimore Cop Slams Police Cover Ups by Bethany Palma Markus

Memphis to Dig Up Remains of Confederate General Examiner.Com

Woman Shot at San Francisco Pier Fuels Immigration Debate by Elliot Spagat and Janie Har

National Cathedral to Remove Confederate Stained Glass by Adelle Banks

The South’s Heritage is So Much More Than a Flag by Patterson Hood

FBI Says It Thwarted ISIS-Inspired Attacks on July 4 by Julia Edwards and Mark Hosenball

Native American Tribes Declare Sovereignty, Break Away from the State of Maine by Alex Freeman

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Jill Stein: The Green Party is an Alternative to the “Lesser” Evil Mint Press

ISIS Threatens Pyramids, Sphinx as It Begins Attack on Egypt by Jamie Seidel

Time Warner Forced to Pay Woman $229, 500 for 153 Mistaken Robocalls by  Janet Allon

House Votes to Ban Confederate Flags at Federal Cemetaries by Cristina Marcos

How Your Hometown Affects Your Chances of Marriage by David Leonhardt and Kevin Quealy

Political Islam is the Future of Europe-EU Security Head EU Times

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Commenting on a Girl’s Tatoos is Now Considered Harassment by Katherine Timpf

Baltimore Restaurant Shuts Down for 5 Days to Feed the Homeless Free Food by John Vibes

The Confused Person’s Guide to Middle East Conflict by Karl Sharro

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A New Era of Extremist Politics in Greece by Daphne Halikiopoulou

YPG/YPJ Fighters Detained in Spain by Angry Tumblr Person

FBI, DOJ, IRS Plot Against Political Opponents? by Michael Schaus

U.S. Muslim Groups Launch Fundraiser to Help Rebuild Burned Black Churches by Renee Lewis

Man Released from Jail After 18 Years in Prison for Minor Drug Possession WSBT

Man Sentenced to 8 Years for Shooting Federal Agents During Unannounced Drug Raid by Bonnie Kristian

61-Year-Old Man Dies in Police Raid on Wrong House by Vicki Brown

FBI, Media Promote Terrorist Hysteria, But Have Never Been Right by Adam Johnson

NYPD Destroys Evidence of Bogus Ticket Writing by Tom Boggioni

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New Book: Unfair: The New Science of Criminal Injustice by Adam Benforado

The Necessity of Greece’s Separation by Noah Millman

Gay Marriage and the Pursuit of Happiness by Noah Millman

Arizona Cops Publicize All Phone Contacts of Suspected Sex Businesses by Elizabeth Nolan Brown

Why Hardly Anyone Dies from an Overdose in Portugal by Christopher Ingraham

Family Raided by SWAT, Dog Shot, Over Unpaid Utility Bill by Matt Agorist

Baltimore Cop Reveals Everything Awful He Saw On the Job by Radley Balko

Obama Grants Clemency to Scores of Drug Prisoners by Matt Agorist

How to Make Housing Affordable, Forever by Alana Semuels

Corporate Capitalism is the Foundation of Police Brutality and the Police State by Chris Hedges

Harmonization vs Centralization: How the Euro Failed Greece by Peter Suderman

Argentine Indigenous Chieftan Lead Fight to Reclaim Ancestral Land by Uki Goni

Laws Preventing Property Seizures Cutting Into Police Budgets Associated Press

YouTube Removes Trailer for Evangelical Film Questioning Whether People are Born Gay by Bill Hallowell

For European Elites, Greece is a Convenient Scapegoat by Yanis Varoufakis

The Legal Slavery That is Happening in Modern America by Terrell Jermaine Starr

Cop Who Killed Kelly Thomas Gets Paid $40,000 to Sit at Home Countercurrents News

No New Jails. Period. by Susan Sered

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Greece-What You Are Not Being Told by the Media by Chris Kanthan

Greece Just Taught Capitalists a Lesson About What Capitalism Really Means by Jim Edwards

Trump and the Myth of Immigrant Crime by Steve Chapman

Police Report Says Natasha McKenna Was Killed While Handcuffed and Shackled Countercurrents News

Hillary Clinton: “If I’m President, We Will Attack Iran” by Stephen Lendman

Rand Paul Co-Sponsors Amendment to Bar U.S. Troops from Going Back to Iraq by Nick Morphus

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8 Stupidest Economic Ideas GOP Presidential Candidates are Hearing From Their Experts by Zaid Jilani

When the FBI Knocks on Your Door, You Should Handle It Just Like This Free Thought Project

Marco Rubio Wants War from Yemen to the Ukraine by A. J. Delgado

The Extremism of David Cameron by Dan Glazebrook

How Police Became a Standing Army by Countercurrent

Texas Blocks Biker Request for Twin Peaks Shooting Video by Asa Jay

Clarence Thomas’ Confused Notion of Freedom by Sheldon Richman

Veteran Turned Away from Georgia VA Clinics by Chad Longell

Bernie Sanders: Sheepdogging for Hillary and the Democrats in 2016 by Bruce A, Dixon

Australia Moves Toward a Referendum on Aboriginal Recognition Agence France-Presse

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His Benefits Were Cut, So He Robbed a Bank South Wales Evening Post

Marijuana for Veterans with PTSD is Finally Going to Be Legal Countercurrents News

While Americans Enjoy 4th, Government Wants to Regulate Fireworks, BBQ, Sparklers by Mike Miller

The Forgotten Story of Iran Air Flight 655 by Max Fisher

Jefferson’s Mistake by Stephen R, Tippins Jr.

Why Bernie Sanders is Galvanizing the Left by Sophia Tesfaye

Mr. Natural Rights by Ronald Hamowy

President Obama Commute 80 Non-Violent Drug Sentences by Bethania Palma Markus

Is Texas Plan to Bring Home Its Gold Bars a Step Towards Secession? by Dave Urbanski

Recanting the Libertarian Case Against Gay Marriage by Justin Raimondo

Not Our Independence Day by William Hogeland

Frederick Douglas on Liberty, Slavery, and the Fourth of July by Damon Root

How Libertarian is Rand Paul on Drug Policy? by Jacob Sullum

The Anti-Jefferson by William M. McClay

Female Genital Mutilation Banned in Nigeria by Kimberley Richards

The New Type of War That Finally Has the Pentagon’s Attention by Thomas Gibbons-Neff

ISIS Makes the British Lion a Declawed and Shabby Cat by Michael Scheuer

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