My article against Memorial Day drew a lot of ire and attention. This should not have been surprising; I was making a controversial statement. What did surprise me, however, was that many critics were self-described libertarians or former libertarians. There were many...
Are Police Inherently Less Competent Than Citizens?
Qualified immunity says some people should be held to a lower legal standard than everyone else under Anglo-American common law, mostly government officials in their formal duties—but also stock holders for decisions made by their companies. The idea behind it is that...
Libertarians Should Reject Memorial Day
Memorial Day brings together people from all political persuasions in remembrance and celebration of dead American soldiers. Libertarians, however, should reject a holiday that consecrates and immortalizes the names and lives of those who sacrificed themselves in...
Ukrainian Intelligence Says It’s Trying to Kill Putin
The Ukrainian intelligence service has made multiple attempts to kill Russian President Vladimir Putin. A high-ranking official admitted to actively plotting the leader’s assassination after a recent drone attack on the Kremlin.
Democratic Socialist Turns Libertarian! #PorcFest2023
https://youtu.be/G2eSuiXNaaQ Once you accept the principle of government, namely that there must be a judicial monopoly and the power to tax, once you accept this principle incorrectly as a just principle, then any idea or any notion of restraining or limiting...
US Conducting More Patrols in Persian Gulf
The US Defense Department is sending its warships through the Strait of Hormuz at an increased pace. The operations are a reaction to rising tensions with Iran.
COI #425: Corrupt Companies Make Massive Profits Off Ukraine War
On COI #425, Kyle Anzalone discusses accusations that the MIC is "price gouging" the American people. Odysee Rumble Donate LBRY Credits bTTEiLoteVdMbLS7YqDVSZyjEY1eMgW7CP Donate Bitcoin 36PP4kT28jjUZcL44dXDonFwrVVDHntsrk Donate Bitcoin Cash...
Cop Arrested for Kidnapping and Handcuffing Innocent Man So His Brother Could Torture Him
Highlighting the pervasive issue of police abuse, a North County Police Cooperative (NCPC) officer in St. Louis County, recently found himself on the receiving end of criminal charges. The charges came after a shocking revelation—this officer allegedly allowed his own...
Ukraine Joins NATO’s Cyber Defense Center
Kiev has formally joined the North Atlantic Treaty Organization’s Cyber Defense Center on Tuesday. Ukraine’s flag was raised at the headquarters of NATO’s Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence (CCDCOE) in Tallinn, according to a Ukrainian Foreign Ministry statement.
NATO Conducts Largest-Ever Anti-Submarine Drills
The North Atlantic Treaty Organization conducted war games aimed at tracking and eliminating submarines. The 12-nation exercises were the alliance’s largest-ever military drills simulating underwater warfare.
Pentagon to Expand US Air Defenses in Guam
A Defense Department official told Congress that the Pentagon is acting on plans to build a multi-layered air defense system in Guam, where Washington keeps several military bases. The Missile Defense Agency (MDA) is requesting $1.5 billion to begin stationing new radars and interceptors on the island next year.
Two Myths That Keep “Wokism” Alive (feat. Tom Woods)
https://youtu.be/sLFvEfo6_jI [I]f this were truly a "white supremacist" society, being called a white supremacist would be a badge of honor, not a professional death sentence. - Thomas E. Woods Jr. Tom Woods, of The Tom Woods Show, and I discuss two Social Justice...
40 Years After Shooting U.S. Marshals, Scott Faul Is Seeking Release
The 1983 shootout between outspoken IRS critic Gordon Kahl and U.S. Marshals was a flashpoint for the populist anti-government movement. Some 40 years later, a man involved in the 1983 shootout seeks his release from prison. That man is Scott Faul, who was with Kahl...
Shelling Kills Civilians, Explosion Derails Freight Trains In Russia – Local Official
A Russian governor said explosions rocked his region over two consecutive days, with the head of Bryansk Oblast, Alexander Bogomaz, claiming four civilians were killed by Ukrainian shelling on Sunday. The next day, a train was derailed by an explosion.
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