Coddingtons Corner

Haunted by his vote to authorize the Iraq War, the Republican congressman is standing up against US military actions.
By Barry Yeoman

On the day in late January that I interviewed Walter Jones Jr. in his office in Greenville, North Carolina, the Re…

Twenty-five years ago today, FBI tanks smashed into the ramshackle home of the Branch Davidians outside Waco, Texas. After the FBI collapsed much of the building atop the residents, a fire erupted and 76 corpses were dug out of the rubble. Unfortunatel…

“There was NO chemical attack by Syria. … I would bet my life on it.”

Paul Craig Roberts

The author is a former Assistant Secretary for the Treasury in the Reagan administration, and former editor at the Wall Street Journal and Businessweek.

by Ray McGovern Posted on April 06, 2018

John Bolton’s March 22 appointment-by-tweet as President Donald Trump’s national security adviser has given “March Madness” a new and ominous meaning. There is less than a week left to…

By Murray N. Rothbard

Mises.org

March 30, 2018

One of the fatal flaws in the concept of “limited” government is the judiciary. Endowed with the compulsory monopoly of the vital power of deciding disputes, of ultimately deciding who…

The latest Steven Spielberg film, The Pentagon Papers, made me wonder about the historical significance of this glorious episode of whistleblowing and victorious struggle for freedom of the press. The leaking and publishing in 1971, by the New York Tim…

by Eric Zuesse

The Morning Consult poll released on March 30th headlines “Republicans Drive Biggest Decline in Voter Optimism Since Trump Took Office: Record drop isn’t matched by a similar decrease in president’s approval rating.&…

Paul Craig Roberts

Among Western political leaders there is not an ounce of integrity or morality. The Western print and TV media is dishonest and corrupt beyond repair. Yet the Russian government persists in its fantasy of “working with Russi…

An amendment to the Constitution to stop globalism

by Justin Raimondo Posted on March 22, 2018

In this era of “America first,” when an upsurge of nationalism is sweeping the country (and, I might add, the rest of the world), the popul…