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Obamacare upheld today, CJ Roberts deciding vote, Conservatives heads explode?

Obamacare was upheld today. As a tax. Which is ironic, because of what the dear leader once said: “For us …

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Evangelicals for Peace

Billy Sunday was the most famous evangelist in America during the first two decades of the 20th century. Without the …

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News of the Week: Obama the Warrior

It has been a few weeks since I have done a “News” post like this, and for good reason. I’ve …

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News of the Week: Today is Tax Day

Recapping the interesting and significant news of this past week (and a half). I was so busy last Saturday with …

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News of the Week: Let’s Do a Little Lifehacking

Recapping the interesting and significant news of this past week. I am a big fan of Lifehacker.com for its useful …

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News of the Week: You Call this a War?

Recapping the interesting and significant news of this past week. Anthony Gregory asks, “You call this a war? I’ll show …

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News of the Week: The Government Wants Your Internets!

Recapping the interesting and significant news of this past week. RawStory reports that ISPs based in the United States will …

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News of the Week: Did Pat Robertson just spurn the drug war?

Recapping the interesting and significant news of this past week. From the “Did this just happen?” Department: televangelist and 700 …

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News of the Week

Recapping the interesting and significant news of this past week. From the nanny-state department… The Feds have now mandated that …

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News of the Week: The Great Gibson Guitar Raid

Recapping the interesting and significant news of this past week. Last week I mentioned that I would be defending my …

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News of the Week: Fiat Money Proves Useful After All

Recapping the interesting and significant news of this past week. Needy in Hungary? (Pun intended.) How about burning your fiat …

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News of the Week: Iran concerned about United States obtaining its 8500th Nuke

Recapping the interesting and significant news of this past week. Tom Woods posted a fun article this week concerning 26 …

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News of the Week: War, books, and Romans

Recapping the interesting and significant news of this past week. Economist, Mises Institute scholar, and friend Bob Murphy gives his …

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News of the Week: On Secular Theocracy and Sentencing.

Recapping the interesting and significant news of this past week. David Theroux at the Independent Institute has written an excellent …

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News of the Week, January 15-21, 2012

Today we restart the traditional News of the Week posts, where we highlight a few significant, interesting, and amusing stories …

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Is there still a Bill of Rights?

Today is the 220th anniversary of the Bill of Rights being passed. Cato-at-Liberty surveys the current state of these safeguards, …

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“Is Saul also among the prophets?” or, the Rush Limbaugh flip-flop

In another bizarre twist that characterizes American politics, Rush Limbaugh has endorsed Ron Paul’s new budget plan (reported yesterday on …

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There are no more Churches in Afghanistan

If I were to tell you that the condition of the Body of Christ in Afghanistan is dire, would you …

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The “Extensive Failure” of Full Body Scanners and the Politics Behind It

I posted this article at another website that I help manage, StopAustinScanners.org. The recent meeting of the Austin Airport Advisory …

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Freakonomics on the Ten Commandments of The American Religion, and more.

More from the “blog posts you should read” department… The gentlemen at the Freakonomics blog had some excellent things to …

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Don’t be duped by this dope, errr, Pope.

According to Pope Benedict, “The economy cannot be measured by the maximum profit but by the common good.” I’m still …

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Lighter fare for today

And now for something completely different… Ok not completely different, but some lighter fare for today because it’s a nice …

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80% of Americans should write a check to the U.S. Treasury then SHUT UP.

President Obama says the public is “sold” on tax increases in the debt-ceiling deal. In fact, he even says that …

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Mother arrested for not wanting her daughter sexually assaulted by the TSA

I’m just going to let Kathryn Muratore at the LRC blog spell this one out for us… The details on …

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Breaking: Ron Paul will not run for Congress again

Lew Rockwell reports that Ron will not run for Congress in 2012, and will completely focus on the presidential campaign. …

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