Category Archives: Foreign Policy

Memorial Day reflections: Relationship between veterans and libertarianism

by Eric Field “Only the dead have seen the end of war”. -George Santayana This last Monday was Memorial Day. For most Americans, this translates into an extra day of paid time off, an opportunity to barbecue or go to … Continue reading

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HOW & WHY MAY WE PROTECT LIBERTY?

It takes a unified effort of the American people to be ever-vigilant that our Government does not become the very threat to our Liberty which it was instituted to protect. Abraham Lincoln said, “United we stand, divided we fall.” No … Continue reading

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Neoliberalism: It Ain’t Your Mama’s Liberalism Anymore

by Teri Wills Allison Watching your kid head off to fight a corporate war for empire, oil, and profit is one way to gain credibility and the right to an opinion. In fact, I probably know more about the costs … Continue reading

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Don’t Confuse Me For a Hippie!

by Zak Carter Give us a clear and defined mission when we go to war! In 2001, I was sent to Kosovo for peacekeeping. We were told at the time that we weren’t going to be there much longer- I believe … Continue reading

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EXTRA, EXTRA: OBAMA CONTINUES TO BUILD EMPIRE WHILE HIS MILITARY PERSONNEL CONTINUE TO COME HOME IN PIECES!

THE STORY MAINSTREAM POLITICIANS, MEDIA & CORPORATE AMERICA PRETEND ISN’T THERE Benefits •President Obama’s yearly salary: $400,000.00. On top of the salary and expense accounts, the U.S. president is given free housing with amenities. The White House has 132 rooms, … Continue reading

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War is Not The Way

by Gary C. Huggins From 1793 to present, the men that I admire most agree with Ron Paul. War is not the Way.  A foreign policy of diplomacy and non-intervention in the internal affairs of sovereign nations, as advocated by James … Continue reading

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War Is A Racket

by Major General Smedley Butler, USMC, 1933   War is a racket. It always has been. It is possibly the oldest, easily the most profitable, surely the most vicious. It is the only one international in scope. It is the only one … Continue reading

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No More Reservations: Blowback from America’s debt slaves and cannon-fodder service members

by Adam G. House One reason government should fear its people—when the ruling class has blatantly disregarded the people’s Rights—is that those who have had everything taken from them, and feel there’s nothing left to lose, make for a focused … Continue reading

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What if?

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Inspired by a Prayer

by Adam G. House It was a familiar, hot morning at Camp Blessing, Afghanistan. Sweat poured from my clammy, flushed face, even before I walked out into the morning heat which would only grow more intense throughout the day. Feeling … Continue reading

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