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The Outbreak of World War I: A Libertarian Realist Rebuttal

DemocracyWar and Foreign PolicyWorld History


One excuse that political elites give when they drag nations into war is that the conflict was "inevitable" or "unavoidable." Ralph Raico knew better.

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No, We Don't Need More Nuclear Weapons

War and Foreign Policy


Advocates for more military spending tell us the taxpayer must pay to expand the US's nuclear arsenal.  Because of China. In truth, the US's arsenal is in no danger of not "keeping up."

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When Military Strategy Ignores Economics: The Sad Story of Rear Admiral Alfred Thayer Mahan

War and Foreign PolicyWorld History


Do military leaders really understand economics and, especially, do they understand the devastating effect war has on peaceful economies? Certainly, not enough of them understand economics.

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Saudi Arabia’s Quandary: The End of the Petrodollar

Cronyism and CorporatismMonetary PolicyWar and Foreign Policy


As the Biden administration continues to inflate the dollar, other nations are questioning the existence of the petrodollar.

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Meanwhile in Yemen, the US Government Supplies Weapons to Continue the Carnage

Media and CultureWar and Foreign PolicyWorld History


Most Americans are not aware of the conflict in Yemen or the US role in a war that continues to kill and maim the innocent. It's time to change that.

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Decorum Propels DC Deceit

Big GovernmentCronyism and CorporatismPoliticsWar and Foreign Policy


The president's SOTU speech has become an annual presentation of a new set of White House lies. But official Washington believes it is worse to publicly boo false statements than to make them.

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So Much Hot Air: The (Fake) China Threat Strikes Again!

Media and CultureWar and Foreign Policy


Contrary to our elite media and political classes, the Chinese weather balloon was no threat to our well-being. However, the government's response to it made this a more dangerous world.

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Imperialist Nonsense: The US Takeover of the Philippines

U.S. HistoryWar and Foreign PolicyWorld History


Robert Kagan believes that the US takeover of the Philippines was justified to "protect" that nation from predatory European powers. David Gordon emphatically dissents.

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What Happens When Human Progress Takes a Break?

U.S. EconomyWar and Foreign PolicyWorld History


We have experienced an unprecedented increase in the standard of living throughout the world. But recent developments have been blocking progress for the past several years.

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Why Libertarians Should Support the Multipolar World

Decentralization and SecessionDemocracySecessionWar and Foreign Policy


Western intellectuals and their political allies are pushing relentlessly toward a unipolar world. Freedom lies in the multipolar direction.

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