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Another Stupid War is Coming

Commentary on President Obama’s speech at the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC)convention and his meeting with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is paying attention to Obama’s drawing a red line that is markedly different from that of Israel, i.e. that military intervention should be dependent on preventing Iran’s actual acquiring of a nuclear weapon rather […]

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Liberty NewsWire Tuesday, March 6th, 2012

When U.S. authorities shuttered sports-wagering site last week, it raised eyebrows across the net because the domain name was registered with a Canadian company, ostensibly putting it beyond the reach of the U.S. government. Working around that, the feds went directly to VeriSign, a U.S.-based internet backbone company that has the contract to manage […]

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UPDATE: Is the Virginia House Trying to Stifle HB 1160?

Folks, if you live in Virginia, I need you to contact your delegate immediately and urge them to stand up for the liberty of Virginians by calling for a vote on HB 1160! If you don't live in Virginia, please forward this blog on to any Virginia resident you know; their liberty quite literally depends […]

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How about No Foreign Aid?

In Egypt the U.S. government long supported dictator Hosni Mubarak.  Then Washington backed the military regime which followed him.  Now U.S. officials want to promote democracy.  Sigh … . It's not working out very well.  Reported the New York Times: Inspired by the revolution that ousted President Hosni Mubarak, the international community has offered Egypt […]

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Liberty NewsWire: March 5, 2012

U.S. Vice President Joe Biden will begin a visit today to Mexico and Honduras amid growing calls by regional leaders to debate legalizing the consumption of drugs as frustration with an American-led crackdown grows. Five Central American presidents have said in the past week they were willing to engage in regional discussions over a change […]

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