May 19, 2003 - A
Liberty, War & Politics
The American Taxpayer Is Paying Dearly
to Be Attacked by Terrorists
by Ivan Eland, The Independent Institute, May 13, 2003
by Justin Raimondo, Antiwar.com, May 14, 2003
The Left's internationalism.
What Young People Don’t Know
by Joseph Sobran, www.sobran.com, April 29, 2003
Article about Franklin D. Roosevelt.
"In a sense, every generation is disinherited, cut off by time itself from the things it needs to know."
Sports, Politics, and the Constitution
by Murray Rothbard, LewRockwell.com, November, 1990
"The personal is the political" in today's common leftist chant. It is also a formula for totalitarianism, for regimenting every aspect of our daily life." (1)
The Love of Liberty and the Impulse to Coercion: Bertrand Russell Revisited
by Richard Wall LewRockwell.com, May 14, 2003
"It is not by delusion, however exalted, that mankind can prosper, but only by unswerving courage in the pursuit of truth." (2)
Article lists Russell's "Ten Precepts for Freedom of Thought".
But he also said some disappointing things.
The Iraq War and the Violent State
by David Gordon, Mises.org, May 12, 2003
"To strike at someone who is about to strike you is one thing: to attack him on the ground that he has—or might have—weapons that in the future might be used against you is another matter altogether."
Graham Alleges a 9/11 'Coverup'
by Josh Meyer, LATimes.com, May 12, 2003
"The Florida Democrat said the White House has withheld from the public important information about the continued existence of terrorist cells in the United States — including some with ties to foreign governments that the U.S. has been afraid to go after."
When the right was right
by Patrick Buchanan, WorldNetDaily, May 12, 2003
About Senator Joe McCarthy.
"Harry Truman dropped atomic bombs on two defenseless cities of a prostrate nationand sent 2 million Russian prisoners back to Stalin to be murdered in Operation Keelhaul. Yet Truman remains a hero to those who despise McCarthy with an undying hatred."
America is a police state
by Neal Boortz, WorldNetDaily, May 13, 2003
"First, our social life: We begin early here, with zero-tolerance rules in our schools."
Conspiracy crusader doubts official 9/11 version
by Michele Landsberg, Toronto Star, May 11, 2003
Barrie Zwicker's father:
"...follow the truth, wherever it leads you."
The Inherent Instability of the State
by Llewellyn H. Rockwell, Jr., LewRockwell.com, May 12, 2003
"...there is nothing worthwhile that the state does that could not be done by voluntary means, and more efficiently. Care for the poor and the weak, protection for consumers, providing infrastructure, countering business cycles, regulating, resolving disputes, and all the rest, can be done better privately."
The Most Important Liberation
by Charley Reese, May 12, 2003
"...one of the greatest days of my life came when Yeltsin stood tall on that tank, defying the communists who were trying to stage a coup in Moscow and re-establish control."
The Irrepressible Rothbard Essays of Murray N. Rothbard
Edited by Llewellyn H. Rockwell, Jr.
Quote from "Fact and Fiction" by Bertrand Russell.