Ron Paul asks, How expansive is FBI spying?
Jacob Hornberger on interventionism making Americans less safe, and the absurdity of the U.S. prosecution of Meng Wanzhou.
Jon Miltimore: “Jack Ryan” gets 4 Pinocchios on Venezuela.
Matt Agorist: New bill in Kentucky to allow cops to detain citizens, force them to explain who they are and what they’re doing. (In “libertarian” Rand Paul’s state. Will he protest this?)
Peter Schweizer: How five members of Joe Biden’s family got rich through his connections.
Becky Akers on “recovering” what wasn’t yours to begin with.
Zero Hedge with an article on a former CIA officer who suggests the U.S. government hacked Ukrainian plane transponder to provoke Iran shootdown. And Joe Quinn asks, Was Iranian missile operator tricked into shooting down the Ukrainian Airlines plane over Tehran?
Sheldon Richman on warmonger Sen. Tom Cotton accusing antiwar think tank of anti-Semitism.
Richard Ebeling: understanding the freedom we have lost.
Laurence Vance on why Christians should not pray for the troops.
Michael Boldin has this introduction to Virginia 2nd Amendment “sanctuaries.”
James Ostrowski says, The Second Amendment works.
Bill Sardi on the false prop of “Get your flu shot”: “influenza-like illness.”
Jonathan Turley on Germany criminalizing flag-burning.
Gary Barnett: The real serial killers exposed.
Pat Buchanan on the articles of impeachment against Trump: a malicious indictment Mitch McConnell should throw out.
Doug Bandow: Note to Trump: Iraq is not a U.S. colony.
And John Stossel: Occupational licensing hurts the little guy.