I have gone through my many-bookmarked items and here are some of the more important ones lately to catch up on:
Alfred McCoy on the CIA and why not to entrust our security with “Big Brother”
Stefan Molyneux interviews Dinesh D’Souza on leftist fascism.
Laurence Vance with questions about Medicaid that are never asked.
Robert Higgs discusses single payer food insurance.
James Bovard discusses Ruby Ridge lessons for fighting right-wing extremism.
Nina Burleigh says the North Korea missile claims are a “hoax.”
Sheldon Richman says that Donald Trump’s “fire and fury” wouldn’t be the first for North Korea.
Ron Paul and Daniel McAdams discuss the war industry profits from the North Korea crisis.
Charles Burris details how the CIA bamboozled the public for 70 years.
Seymour Hersh says that Russia-gate is a CIA-planted lie, revenge against Trump.
Janet Phelan discusses what a racket the NSA is.
Justin Raimondo on Robert Mueller, conspiracy theorist, and the exit of Steve Bannon from the White House: the revolution betrayed.
Edward Curtin reviews David Ray Griffin’s book on the truth about 9/11.
News from Antiwar.com: federal court dismisses U.S. veterans’ lawsuit over burn pits.
News from Antiwar.com: U.S. military battles Syrian rebels armed by CIA.
News from Antiwar.com: U.S. airstrikes kill at least 43 civilians in Syria’s Raqqa.
News from Antiwar.com: U.S. military airstrikes kill many more civilians in just 48 hours.
Kevin Zeese and Margaret Flowers say, Close all U.S. military bases on foreign soil.
Wendy McElroy says, Do not help U.S. cops seize your assets.
Radley Balko says that public choice theory is crucial to understanding the criminal justice system.
Jacob Hornberger says that immigration controls violate the libertarian non-aggression principle. And he also writes about the JFK assassination in Part 1 and Part 2.
Andrew Napolitano discusses sanctuary cities and the rule of law.
Murray Rothbard on violence and how it’s different from market exchange.
Jeff Deist discusses the subsidiarity principle of decentralization.
Brion McClanahan on secession and CalExit.
Ryan McMaken on repealing a lot more than ObamaCare.
Paul Craig Roberts explains how we know the “Civil” War was not over slavery.
Tom Woods on the campaign to purge the web of conservative and libertarian websites.
WND with an article on the idiocy of “white shaming.”
The Daily Bell has 5 articles on the State taking away parents’ rights.
Gary Kohls discusses Big Pharma’s lucrative over-vaccination agendas.
More news from antiwar.com: Israel destroys Palestinian schools donated by the EU.
And Stella Morabito on whether the post-Charlottesville nervous breakdown was deliberately induced.