Butler Shaffer on when soldiers come home.
Jacob Hornberger says that George W. Bush’s invasions made us less safe.
Jim Davies supports unfettered capitalism.
Gary North on Bernie Sanders: Keynesianism on steroids.
Alfred McCoy writes about America’s opium war in Afghanistan.
Andrew Napolitano on Apple’s involuntary servitude.
Andrea Castillo analyzes Apple versus the FBI.
Philip Giraldi comments on governments killing innocents by sanctions.
Richard Ebeling asks, What road for America — liberty or political plunder?
Murray Sabrin discusses U.S. Senators’ oath to uphold the U.S. Constitution.
Ralph Raico says that democracy has been weaponized.
Fred Reed on diversity: a civilizational nightmare.
Paul Gottfried on criticism of the GOP coming from the right.
Laurence Vance asks, School choice for whom?
Don Boudreaux says that each American today has more servants than did J.D. Rockefeller.
Robert Wenzel responds to Walter Block’s punishment theory.
Walter Block responds to Robert Wenzel.
And Laurie Calhoun discusses Michael Hayden’s pro-drone propaganda.