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U.S. HistoryWar and Foreign Policy
Last week NATO announced that it will open its first-ever Asia office in Japan. What next, NATO membership for Taiwan?
Big GovernmentDecentralization and SecessionMedia and Culture
The real issue we face is not whether we should be in the red tribe or the blue tribe, but rather what will be the constituency for freedom.
Booms and BustsThe FedMoney and BanksU.S. Economy
As markets settle down after the last set of bank failures, political elites claim the crisis is behind us. But it is not over, not by a long shot.
How do people in a pluralistic society live peacefully with each other? In his review of Kenneth McIntyre's book, David Gordon points to negative liberty as the best way to preserve values.
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."
Opponents of "national divorce" like to claim that red states would be broke without a flood of money from wealthier, productive blue states. It's not true.
Bureaucracy and RegulationMedia and CulturePolitics
Remember those dystopian futuristic films in which the evil people try to electronically erase the heroes? Social media companies are trying to recreate that scenario.
Money and BanksU.S. Economy
Twenty-six years ago, the debate was over whether or not the target inflation rate should be raised from zero to 2 percent. Now we're being told it should be 4 or 6 percent.