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The Omnipotent Power to Assassinate

War and Foreign Policy

Blog02/20/2021

How did the federal government acquire this omnipotent power? Certainly not by constitutional amendment. It acquired it by converting the federal government after World War II from a limited-government republic to a national security state.

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If America Splits Up, What Happens to the Nukes?

War and Foreign Policy

Blog02/17/2021

A divided America remains a wealthy America, and a postsecession America would be wealthy enough to retain a defensive military. Moreover, it's even cheaper to maintain an effective nuclear arsenal than to keep up a large conventional military.

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Why No State Needs Thousands of Nuclear Warheads

War and Foreign Policy

Blog02/10/2021

The claim that the US needs an immense and varied nuclear arsenal "does serve one purpose: it keeps military budgets wondrously high."

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The Burmese Mess Demonstrates the Incoherence of America's Crusades for Democracy

DemocracyWar and Foreign Policy

Blog02/08/2021

The Biden administration has threatened to intervene in Burma to defend "democracy" which really just means putting back into power a woman who is known to support ethnic cleansing. But she said nice things about "democracy," so she'll get the US's nod. 

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With Biden, Get Ready For More "Regime Change"

War and Foreign Policy

Blog01/25/2021

Yes, Senator Paul is right. "Regime change" doesn't work. Buckle up, as incoming Senate majority leader Schumer advised, there's a whole lot of interventionism in the queue.

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Only Ideological Change Can Make the World a More Peaceful Place

PhilosophyWar and Foreign Policy

Blog01/22/2021

Given that so much of the world is in the grip of false ideologies, what can we do? Mises says that the answer does not lie in international organizations or treaties. “It is futile to place confidence in treaties, conferences, and…bureaucratic outfits" 

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No, the Chinese Won't Invade America If Secessionists Succeed

War and Foreign Policy

Blog01/22/2021

If the United States breaks up into smaller pieces, how will the new nations be able to defend themselves from the likes of China? Thanks to geography and wealth, even smaller American states would be well protected from Asian and European powers.

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Biden Can Now Launch the Nukes and Unleash World War III Whenever He Feels Like It

War and Foreign Policy

Blog01/20/2021

The power to incinerate a billion or more human beings over morning coffee remains in the power of the president. This morning Biden supporters on Twitter were ecstatic over the video of the nuclear launch equipment being handed over to Biden.

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The Unwelcome Return of the Real Purveyors of Violence

War and Foreign Policy

Blog01/20/2021

It’s hard to be optimistic about a Biden administration with so many hyperinterventionist Obama retreads. Get ready for new wars and "regime change" operations. 

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