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New Kosovo Indictment Is a Reminder of Bill Clinton’s Serbian War Atrocities

War and Foreign PolicyWorld History

Blog07/18/2020

President Bill Clinton’s favorite "freedom fighter" in Kosovo just got indicted for mass murder, torture, kidnapping, and other crimes against humanity.

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Other Reasons to Remove Wilson’s Name at Princeton

Taxes and SpendingU.S. HistoryWar and Foreign Policy

Blog07/11/2020

There are at least four good reasons for removing Wilson’s name from Princeton buildings—racial bigotry, his embroiling the US in World War I, his founding of the Fed, and his enactment of the US income tax.

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Rothbard on Substitutionism

The Police StateWar and Foreign PolicyPhilosophy and Methodology

Blog06/26/2020

Rothbard has explained how it is wrong to equate what would be reasonable for a private protection agency with what is permissible for the state.

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The Media Has Conveniently Forgotten George W. Bush's Many Atrocities

Media and CultureU.S. HistoryWar and Foreign Policy

Blog06/04/2020

George W. Bush has resurfaced to pander to the Left and the media in hopes of getting some attention. Apparently, Bush's brutal history of lies, wars, and torture is all fine now since he said some nice things condemning racism.

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Coronavirus Propaganda Mimics War Propaganda

Media and CultureWar and Foreign Policy

Blog05/27/2020

Propaganda kills, but it also works. Many of the same tactics employed to destroy opposition to the Iraq War are being used today against opponents of lockdowns.

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More Protectionism and Regulation Won't Fix the Economy

ImmigrationProtectionism and Free TradeWar and Foreign Policy

Blog05/13/2020

Trade controls and immigration quotas are just more government regulation. And that won't help revive the economy.

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How Markets Price a Pandemic—and How They Lower Risk

Free MarketsHealthWar and Foreign Policy

Blog04/24/2020

Regardless of government actions, many consumers, workers, and producers may seek changes that reduce exposure to disease in the workplace. The best way to do this is through markets.

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Exactly How Many Deaths Are Needed to Justify Giving Governments Control of Everything?

Media and CultureWar and Foreign PolicyPolitical Theory

Blog04/20/2020

What is the number of deaths due to disease which justifies the total abandonment of the rule of law and basic human freedoms? Sixty thousand? One hundred thousand? Three hundred thousand? Supporters of the current police state ought to pin down a number for us at which all rights are forfeit.

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Calls for Central Planning in the COVID-19 Panic Are like the Calls for the "War Socialism" of Old

SocialismWar and Foreign Policy

Blog04/11/2020

Ludwig von Mises explained how "war socialism" doesn't win wars. Similarly, "COVID-19 socialism" won't win the "war" on disease.

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A Puzzle about Mises and Conscription

War and Foreign PolicyPhilosophy and Methodology

Blog04/10/2020

Not only are conscripts enslaved, often under brutal conditions, they can be sent to die in battle. Mises opposed conscription, but there was an exception.

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