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America Has Long Been a Haven for Draft Dodgers from Foreign Lands

War and Foreign Policy

Blog03/11/2022

From the Volga Germans to the Armenians of the Ottoman Empire to the Spaniards and the Mennonites, choosing emigration as a means of avoiding military conscription has a long history. 

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Anthony Fauci: Master of Medical Crony Capitalism

U.S. History

Blog02/14/2022

More than critiquing vaccines, this book exposes Anthony Fauci’s career as a case study in crony capitalism. The key players are the government regulatory agencies headed by Fauci.

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An American Fight in Ukraine Brings Big Costs, No Benefits

War and Foreign Policy

Blog02/10/2022

What US policymakers should do in the interest of the American people is obvious: stay home, save lives.

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Austria Doubles Down on Forced Vaccinations

World History

Blog02/07/2022

Although covid cases in Austria—and most other countries—are rapidly falling, Austria has doubled down on punishing the unvaccinated and become the first country to mandate vaccination for all adults.

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Americans May Finally Be Losing Confidence in the Woke Military

War and Foreign Policy

Blog01/12/2022

Trust in the US military has plummeted according to a recent survey, and conservative Americans may finally realize that the military is just a wing of the woke, progressive American establishment.

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America's Legitimacy Crisis Heats Up

U.S. History

Blog01/08/2022

The Washington class could miscalculate and use force against the "deplorables." And if it reaches that point, the veneer of democratic legitimacy will be erased.

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America's Wars Are Far More Costly than the Pentagon Admits

Blog12/29/2021

The true cost of America's wars—in lost productivity, resources, and opportunity cost—is far higher than even the official numbers of trillions spent on the Pentagon's many failures.

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A Strategy to Promote Sound Money: Decentralize the State

Money and Banks

Blog12/25/2021

The current system of freely fluctuating paper currencies with the US dollar as reserve currency would not have been possible without political centralization of monetary systems. 

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