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Tom Woods does a Harry Brown reprise and discusses how he found freedom in an unfree world. Source: How I Found Freedom in an Unfree World | Mises Institute
From the recently-concluded Eleventh Annual Meeting of the PFS, Bodrum, Turkey (Sept. 1–6, 2016).
Featuring Bill Haynes (CMI Gold and Silver, Inc., CMI-Gold-Silver.com), Kathryn Muratore (Fresno, California), Jordan Ausman (Beyond Software, BeyondSW.com), Marc Victor (AttorneyforFreedom.com), Hunter Hastings (BHC Consulting, San Diego), Taylor Conant (Valueprax.WordPress.com), Don Printz, M.D. (Stone Mountain, Georgia), and Peter Kallman (Liberty.Menu). Includes introductions by Jeff Deist.
Judge Andrew Napolitano explains lie number 12 from his award-winning book “Lies The Government Tells You.”
A new report about the state of freedom in the world from the Cato Institute and partners shows the US is not even in the top 10 when it comes to economic and personal freedom. We aren’t number one? Why?
Many liberals and conservatives fail to understand the vital connection between our personal liberties and our economic liberties. A consistent view of liberty must take both into account.
by Lew Rockwell: Ronald Reagan used to be called the Teflon president, on the grounds that no matter what gaffe or scandal engulfed him, it never stuck: he didn’t suffer in the polls. If Reagan was the Teflon president, the military is America’s Teflon institution. Even people who oppose whatever the current war happens to […]
by Ron Paul Many people think the Internal Revenue Service was violating civil liberties when it harassed tea party groups. After all, the groups were targeted because they wanted to exercise their civil liberty to challenge government policies. However, the specific issue in the IRS case was the groups’ application for tax-exempt status, which seems […]