'Production Versus Plunder' ~ Part 14
Editorial by Paul Rosenberg     
Empires beyond their limits do their best to enforce "austerity" upon their populace, but never agree to curtail their very expensive grandeur. This afflicted Rome, much the same as it afflicts today's European powers. Today we'll see how one Roman emperor found a way out of this predicament. Continued from last week… PLATO'S OPPORTUNITY Plato's books were widely distributed during the time of the Roman Empire. Nonetheless, as mentioned previously, their ideas were not implemented on a large ...
Dignity and Respect in Blue
By Philippe Gastonne     
The curriculum in most police academies is heavy on firearms and self-defense techniques. This is necessary but not sufficient. Police ...
Greece: Sunday's Vote Will Determine Liberty Or Serfdom
Editorial by Paul Craig Roberts     
According to history books, democracy originated in Greece. Of course, historians could be mistaken, but this is the prevailing view ...