Monthly Archives: June 2010

Your Ticket to Freedom

Your Ticket to Freedom

Tom Woods’ new book, Nullification: How to Resist Federal Tyranny in the 21st Century, is not just another reading assignment on the evils and failures of the current administration (like so many political books have been in recent years and decades). Instead, it

Nullification: Interview with a Zombie

Nullification: Interview with a Zombie

A zombie sits down to interview Tom Woods on Tom’s latest book, “Nullification: How to Resist Federal Tyranny in the 21st Century.”

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Rasmussen Video: 57% See Greater Danger In A Government With Too Much Power

Rasmussen Video: 57% See Greater Danger In A Government With Too Much Power

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Jack Hunter to Speak at Obamacare Nullification Tour

Jack Hunter to Speak at Obamacare Nullification Tour

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Giant Cleanup Ship Met with Puny Response from Bureaucrats

Giant Cleanup Ship Met with Puny Response from Bureaucrats

After our government claimed that we did not need or could not obtain larger ships to skim the Gulf oil spill, a giant-capacity skimming ship has arrived in U.S. waters. Yet our government has us wondering whether it will permit the ship to join the cleanup effort.

The problem is not simply the Jones Act; it

NRA Issues Gag Order to Its Board Members on Elena Kagan

NRA Issues Gag Order to Its Board Members on Elena Kagan

Just the other day I outlined the perfect example of why I believe the NRA is no friend of those who value the Second Amendment. Less than two weeks later, it appears they

Iowa Republicans expect face time as they mull Obama’s challenger

Iowa Republicans expect face time as they mull Obama’s challenger

Des Moines, Iowa (CNN) — Just a few days ago, two potential Republican presidential candidates traveled to this Midwestern hub and in a span of 24 hours addressed some of the most powerful GOP conservative activists in the country.

During separate speeches Saturday at the Iowa Republican State Convention, former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum and Texas Rep. Ron Paul never mentioned their possible candidacies for the 2012 GOP presidential nomination. But neither had to do so. It was a given. This is Iowa after all, the first of three very important stops that can make or break a presidential candidacy.

“We have a disproportionate belief that we get to meet the candidates,” Ed Failor Jr., president of Iowans for Tax Relief, said as he looked out at the 1,000-plus Republican activists who sacrificed a Saturday morning for the party gathering. “And people are really put out if it isn’t easy for them to meet a candidate. So you have got to be willing to do that work here.”

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Ending the Monopoly of Ideas: Compulsory Licensing in Intellectual Property

Ending the Monopoly of Ideas: Compulsory Licensing in Intellectual Property

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Toward a New Monetary Order

Toward a New Monetary Order

Henry Ford is alleged to have said that

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