Ron Paul asks, Is the “mother of all bubbles” about to pop?
John Whitehead asks, The Bill of Rights turns 230, what do we have to show for it?
Jacob Hornberger discusses the folly of the Democrats’ debate on healthcare.
Daniel John Sobieski asks, Will McCabe bring the FBI down with him?
Stephen Walt says, We lost the war in Afghanistan. Get over it.
Aaron Kesel with the latest on the Orwellian police state: ICE “hyper-realistic” urban warfare training facility at Army base.
Tom Woods and Lew Rockwell discuss the recent Democrat debate.
Kelley Vlahos discusses the recent appeals court decision ordering FBI to destroy memos calling Antiwar.com a threat.
Charles Burris on Constitution Day, 2019.
Laurence Vance in defense of price gouging.
Robert Wenzel says that Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez wants “universal rent control.”
Eric Margolis on bin Laden and 9/11.
B.N. Frank on the possible dangers of 5G cell towers nearby.
Richard Ebeling discusses the secret history of the monopolization of welfare by the State.
Gary Barnett on fictitious markets, fake economics and the reality of fraud.
And Edward Curtin on why he doesn’t speak of the fake news of “9/11” anymore.
Kevin Gosztola on James Comey being saved by the two-tier justice system.
Zuri Davis says that “price gouging” can help Floridians in Hurricane Dorian’s path.
Mish Shedlock on Boris Johnson’s deviously clever Brexit strategy.
And Robert Wenzel asks, Are America’s farmers Trump’s useful idiots?
John Solomon with an article at The Hill on 10 declassified “Russia collusion” revelations that could rock Washington.
Mike Maharrey: There is no “but” in “shall not be infringed.”
Walter Williams asks, What will kids learn at college these days?
David Stockman says, Not MAGA: The Donald’s visible economy scam.
Ted Galen Carpenter: Bring the troops home.
James Bovard on U.S. military’s benevolent bombing of Serbia.
Jacob Hornberger says end foreign aid to Israel and everyone else.
Ron Paul asks, Are recessions inevitable?
And Barbara Boland on U.S. gubmint seizing Iranian tanker.
Robert Murphy on plastic bans: imaginary benefits, real costs.
Gary Barnett says the technocratic state is the mortal enemy of the individual.
Jacob Hornberger says that open borders is the true libertarian position.
Daniel McAdams tells Rosie Gray that no, Tulsi Gabbard is NOT this election’s Ron Paul. (The smear of Tulsi Gabbard is intensifying in the same way as the statists smeared Ron Paul in 2008.)
Tom Luongo says that the Empire is coming for Tulsi Gabbard.
Danny Sjursen says that U.S. troops back in Saudi Arabia will end badly.
David Stockman on the great fiscal miscreant making America broke again.
Brandon Smith tells us how real mind control works.
Lee Friday on recycling: wasting resources while claiming to conserve them.
Allen Mendenhall says the United States is not a nation: the problem with “National Conservatism.”
And Jonathan Tepper on the doctor monopoly killing American patients.