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Merry Christmas!

Here are some very informative and enlightening articles to enjoy on your vacation.

Jacob Hornberger on the cure of non-interventionism.

David Gordon says there’s no such thing as a neutral government.

Army Col. Ann Wright challenges U.S. military overseas bases.

Laurence Vance asks, Who can stop the drive to war?

Ron Paul asks, Do we need the Fed?

Sheldon Richman comments on the asymmetrical war against the Muslim world.

Daniel Lazare asks, The coming Saudi crack-up?

Joshua Krause discusses a NASA study which finds that burning fossil fuels cools the planet.

Justin Raimondo on the decline and fall of the “mainstream” media.

Becky Akers with information on “InterApps” which enable police to search and steal your phone data.

Radley Balko says that 2015 saw no “war on cops” and no “national crime wave.”

William Grigg comments on police, unable to stop criminals, now pulling people over for “driving safely” (i.e. to harass innocent people).

Marcy Wheeler on Marco Rubio’s leaks on the phone dragnet.

Daniel McAdams comments on Hugh Hewitt’s demonic visions.

Stephen Zunes on the bipartisan effort to justify the killing of civilians in the “war on terrorism.”

Kelley Vlahos says the cult of air power won’t destroy ISIS.

Ted Galen Carpenter on the principal cause of radical Islamic terrorism.

Matthew Harwood discusses the logic of the police state.

Laura Knight-Jadczyk says that knowledge and freedom are the antidote to the rising fascism.

Tho Bishop says that Ludwig von Mises is winning.

Thomas DiLorenzo reviews Tom Mullen’s book, Where Do Conservative and Liberals Come From? And What Ever Happened to Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness?

Patrick Hedger says that leftists are the economic science deniers.

Vasko Kohlmayer has this Christmas challenge for his fellow evangelical Christians.

John Whitehead asks, What if Jesus had been born 2,000 years later in the American police state?

Andrew Napolitano on America at Christmas.

Seymour Hersh on U.S. intelligence sharing in the Syrian war. (Scott Horton’s interview of Seymour Hersh.)

Richard Ebeling says that compulsory unions means less worker freedom.

Robert Wenzel asks, Are capitalists repeatedly “fooled” by business cycles?

Simon Wilson says that government debt is not like private debt.

Isaac Davis with a 239 year timeline of America’s involvement in military conflict.

Bionic Mosquito on the Hundred Years War.

Walter Block comments on women in the military.

Lucy Steigerwald says that technology is a mysterious enemy to politicians.

Thomas Sowell comments on compulsive busybodies.

Roger Stone reviews John Meacham’s book on George H.W. Bush.

And Gareth Porter on IAEA’s “Final Assessment”

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