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Happy Birthday Ralph Raico

Sunday was the 80th birthday of one of the "founding fathers" of the modern Libertarian movement, and a major influence on my own intellectual development, Ralph Racio. Ralph attended Mises' seminars in the late 40's and did graduate work [...]

Ron Paul Classic: The Myth of Fed Independence

Congratulations to Representative Scott Garret (NJ-05) for bringing up questions about how politics influences Federal Reserve policies (and whether the desire of one Fed governor to serve as Treasury Secretary in a Hillary Clinton administration [...]

Campaing for Liberty calls for real oversight and transparency of intelligence agencies

Campaign for Liberty has joined a coalition of groups from across the political spectrum in calling for reforms of the intelligence committee to provide for more effective oversight of federal intelligence agencies, as well as give more [...]

What To Expect in the Lame Duck: Obamacare Bailouts?

Passing legislation funding the government is not the only issue facing Congress when it returns for the "lame duck" session.  For example, Congress will also need to stop the Obamacare bailout. The law, which even Bill Clinton calls [...]

Ron Paul Classic: Repeal, Don't Reform The IMF

Last week, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and World Bank held their annual meetings in DC. Since my invitation was lost in the mail, I'm not sure if the IMF's role in Iceland's backdoor theft of private capital via direct taxation and [...]

Liberty at the movies: Halloween edition

This is the season for ghouls, witches and other monsters to be on the prowl...and in addition to the election, Halloween is just around the corner. So those of you who don't find the election significantly scary, or are looking for some pretend [...]

What to excpect in the Lame Duck: Cures and Creates?

In addition to spending increases and the Obamacare bailout, another issue that may come up in the Lame Duck is the "Cures Act". As I wrote when the Cures Act was passed in 2015, this bill: "...deals with federal funding for medical research. [...]

The Nobel Committee Redeems Itself

From its 2008 blunder of giving Barrack Obama the peace prize, this year's Nobel Prize in literature went to legendary singer-songwriter Bob Dylan. While this may seem an odd choice, Dylan's lyrics have long been recognized as poetry. Dylan [...]

Campaign for Liberty to Congress: Don't Let The Post Office Raise Prices!

Campaign for Liberty has joined a coalition against the Postal Service Reform Act (H.R. 5714), legislation introduced by House Government and Reform Committee Chairman Jason Chaffetz. Under the guise of postal "reform" this legislation would [...]

Liberty at the movies: Hell or High Water, Equity, Don't Breathe

Hell or High Water, Don't Breathe, and Equity are three "small" films that, while not pro-liberty or even explicitly political, cast an interesting look at life in the post-"great recession" era. Don't Breathe has (justifiably) become the [...]