Renaming Army Posts

– June 23, 2022

“The renaming of an Army post should be a positive, not a negative statement. Renaming some of them should not be about erasing our history, but adding to our history. Heroes from the ranks of the common soldier should be honored.” ~ Clifford F. Thies

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Headed for Insolvency: Biden Administration Increases US Obligations Worldwide

– May 29, 2022

“Instead of risking Americans’ lives further and longer and piling America’s debt higher and wider, President Biden should be shifting security responsibilities from the US to its defense welfare recipients.” ~ Doug Bandow

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Washington Needs to Play Better with Others: Relearning the Art of Diplomacy

– May 7, 2022

“In a future highlighted by great power competition the US is going to have to follow a better model, relearn the art of diplomacy, and focus on persuading others to support America.” ~ Doug Bandow

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Giles Milton’s Spectacular ‘Checkmate In Berlin’

– April 28, 2022

“How do we explain why humans can be so cruel to other humans? A read of this brilliant book will cause its readers to contemplate the previous question, and many more for a long time.” ~ John Tamny

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Washington Blob Wreaks Death and Destruction Abroad, Avoids Accountability and Responsibility at Home

– April 14, 2022

“Washington policymakers need to put America—its people, territory, liberties, prosperity, and security—first. To retake its claimed role of global leader Washington paradoxically will have to relearn the value of humility.” ~ Doug Bandow

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Why Not One China and One Taiwan?

– April 2, 2022

“Beijing should learn from Moscow’s stalled blitzkrieg in Ukraine that invasion of another’s homeland and decapitation of a sitting government may not be easy, despite overwhelming advantages in terms of advanced weaponry and numbers of military personnel.” ~ Dean Peng & Christopher Lingle

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The War That Never Ends

– April 2, 2022

“Manufacturing Militarism offers a compelling mix of theory and history. Coyne and Hall show us how useful economics can be for understanding the war on terror and the propaganda that sustains it.” ~ Nathan P. Goodman

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Whoopi, Maus, and 80 Years of American Jewry

– March 24, 2022

“It is now they, not Jews, who must take to heart the phrase ‘Never Again.’ My Gentile friends should ask themselves: If it comes to it, when the mobs come, will I take in and protect my Jewish friends?” ~ Daniel Asia

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From British Tea to Russian Vodka; A Brief History of Boycotts

– March 24, 2022

“From government bans to customers pouring it in gutters by the gallon, Americans are saying ‘nyet’ to Russian vodka, expressing their anger over the Kremlin’s unprovoked invasion of Ukraine.” ~ J. Mark Powell

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Why Declare War?

– March 15, 2022

“Due to overzealous delegation and the erosion of an important Constitutional check, people can die, the nation’s reputation can be sullied, and fortunes can be lost, or made, without the real democratic accountability afforded by formally declaring war.” ~ Robert E. Wright

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Ludwig von Mises’s Free Market Agenda for a Postwar Ukraine

– March 10, 2022

“Ukrainians will have to not only rebuild their country but decide which ideology will be the foundation for their country’s future. The ideal one would be Ludwig von Mises’s proposed ideology of a ‘perfect free market economy.'” ~ Richard M. Ebeling

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Punish the Russian Government, Not the Russian People

– March 8, 2022

“Instead of thinking of new ways to punish Russians, Americans and others of goodwill should look for ways to help Ukrainians. Aiding refugees and allowing them into America would be good places to start.” ~ Doug Bandow

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