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Why We Have a Surveillance State

by Bill Frezza | FEE.org “Gentlemen do not read each other’s mail.” Henry Stimson, Secretary of State, 1929 I was upbraided recently by a dear friend for my frequent...

Karl Marx, You Were Wrong

by Ben Shapiro | National Review

The Biggest Player in the History of the World

by Alastair Crooke of Strategic Culture John Mauldin gives us a highly pertinent anecdote about China: “Back in the 1990s, Robert Rubin, a Secretary of the Treasury under...

Baby Alfie, the Latest Victim of Omnipotent Government

by Ron Paul at Mises.org Twenty-three-month-old Alfie Evans, passed away in a British hospital on Saturday. While the official cause of death was a degenerative...

Sometimes Factories Move Abroad. That’s OK.

by Colin Grabow at the CATO Institute Writing in the New York Times recently, Louis Uchitelle calls for labor unions to be strengthened in order to prevent...

What Happened to Our “Government of Laws, Not of Men”?

by Brian Balfour of FEE.org American Founding Father and second U.S. President John Adams famously included in the 1780 Massachusetts state constitution the concept of “a government...

Kim Agrees to Meet Trump in DMZ

by Jack Crowe | National Review

What Leftists Stand For

By Tom Trinko | American Thinker

Thomas Sowell’s Last Word?

by Richard Kirk | American Thinker

Bibi Exposes Iran’s Nuclear Lies: 5 Biggest Takeaways

by Jordan Schachtel | Conservative Review

10 Ways To Reclaim Stolen Power From The Courts

by Daniel Horowitz | Conservative Review

How Foreign Competition Helps Domestic Firms

By Tim Worstall | CapX

Paul Krugman’s All-Renewable Delusion

by Roberty Bryce | National Review

Guaranteed Bankruptcy

By THE EDITORS | National Review