March 2, 2016
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In the spirit of New Year’s, here are four resolutions for president-elect Trump and Congress that will enable them to really make America great again:
Over the past week, eastern Aleppo was completely brought back under control of the Syrian government.
During the 2008 economic crisis, Iceland’s government froze offshore accounts held by foreign investors in that country’s currency, the krona.
Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen suggested the Federal Reserve would raise interest rates by the end of the year. Markets reacted favorably.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump’s recent speech on immigration missed the point.
It is sad commentary when our political conventions have become more like rock’n’roll concerts than competitions of ideas.
Last week, I proposed that the liberty movement capitalize on Brexit with “Fed-exit”: a campaign to “secede” from the Federal Reserve.
Opponents of a central bank should take advantage of the post-Brexit vote revival of secessionist sentiments to promote a secession from central banking, or “Fed-exit.” Ending the Federal Reserve’s monopoly on money is the key to restoring and maintaining our liberty and prosperity.
The longest war in U.S. history just got even longer.
Last week’s U.K. vote to leave the EU may have come as a shock to many, but the sentiment that led British voters to reject rule from Brussels is nothing unique.
Late last week the markets were shocked by a surprisingly bad May jobs report — the worst monthly report in nearly six years.
Three recent stories regarding three government agencies — the IRS, the Transportation Security Administration and the Department of Veterans Affairs — show why we should oppose big government for practical, as well as philosophical, reasons.
Debates over the U.S. government’s foreign and economic policies have recently taken a backseat to the debate over what bathroom transgender individuals should use.
For decades the U.S. and Saudi Arabia have shared a peculiar relationship: the Saudis sell relatively cheap oil to the United States for which they accept our fiat currency.
Not long after last week’s horrifying bombings in Brussels that so-called security experts warned Europeans to give up more liberties.
During her appearance before the Senate Judiciary Committee last week, Attorney General Loretta Lynch admitted that she asked the FBI to examine whether the federal government should take legal action against so-called climate change deniers.
The FBI tells us that its demand for a back door into the iPhone is all about fighting terrorism, and that it is essential to break in just this one time to find out more about the San Bernardino attack last December.