The Obama administration's case against U.S. soldier Bradley Manning is part of a larger war on whistleblowers that has been growing since our president entered office.
As the last Americans troops are set to leave Iraq before the end of the year, we should not forget the lessons they have learned and paid dearly for there.
While liberals disagree with his life-long crusade to destroy the social safety net and empower corporations, we have found his anti-war stances useful. What should we make of Ron Paul?
Private markets are capable of producing the best law and order in society.
Defense firms are part of an alliance with the Congress and the Pentagon, and none of these are keen to tolerate significant cuts in the U.S. military budget.
Has the U.S. Department of Defense just given itself unprecedented power to intervene in domestic affairs?
This is the first article of an ongoing series of responses to articles written by anarcho-capitalists to clarify the distinction between anarcho-capitalism and libertarianism.