'Great National Purposes' Means Less Freedom
Editorial by Richard Ebeling     
With the seventieth anniversary this year of the end of the Second World War, a number of commentators have focused on the presumed "unity" of America seven decades ago to "win the war" against global tyranny and international aggression by Nazi Germany and Imperial Japan. Individuals put aside their individual personal and petty interests to support and fight for a "greater collective cause." The contrast is made between "then" and "now." Today, it is said, America is divided against itself on ...
What is Your Computer Hiding From You?
By Philippe Gastonne     
A good question arose in the comments to our Thursday story about U.S. border agents searching and seizing laptop computers. Can't people ...
Blame the Federal Reserve, Not China, for Stock Market Crash
Editorial by Ron Paul     
Following Monday's historic stock market downturn, many politicians and so-called economic experts rushed to the microphones to explain ...