Larry Johnson with what the Horowitz report should conclude.
Thomas DiLorenzo: The impeachment inquiry is one big criminal campaign financing scam.
Moon of Alabama on a new study showing that “Russian trolls” did not “sow discord,” and influenced no one.
Jim Davies on continuous war.
Kelley Vlahos asks, Was Sheldon Adelson acting as bag man for CIA in the Julian Assange case?
Spencer Ackerman: Trump is first to use the Patriot Act to detain a man forever.
Jacob Hornberger: The Pentagon’s destruction of the Bill of Rights.
Lawrence Reed: Why the Pilgrims abandoned common ownership for private property.
Germinal Van: Africa’s socialism is keeping it poor.
Laurence Vance on private property rights and freedom of association.
James Bovard on Deval Patrick’s past scandals and catastrophic cover-ups.
Tom Woods comments on the assertion that using statistics means you’re “silencing women’s voices.”
Caitlin Johnstone: Narrative managers faceplant in hilarious OPCW scandal spin job.
Andrew Moran: Central bankers have declared war on your savings.
Walter Williams discusses fraud in higher education.
And Art Carden: The struggle to get education away from the State. (Ya think? After all the above?)