When it comes to touchy subjects, nothing comes close to the reaction a person gets by weighing in on Israel and Palestine. Jacob Hornberger offers some needed clarity on the fact that opposing the actions of the Israeli government is not necessarily anti-Semitic. He also makes a strong case for ending all foreign aid for everyone.
With a potentially landmark case involving the Second Amendment coming before the Supreme Court, now is a good time to pose a timely question or two. Stephen Holbrook asks: Does the Bill of Rights protect you outside your home?
A curious thing about unleashing the dogs of war is that no one can ever predict accurately what the unintended consequences might bring. WWI is a perfect example of this. But what about the “other” wars like the war on drugs, the war on poverty? James R. Harrigan and Antony Davies have a fascinating article on the war on retirement. It’s definitely worth a read.
We all owe a great debt to those who can summarize essential principles in easy to understand ways. If you’ve never heard of Karl Hess, you’ve still likely heard some of his observations. Gary M. Galles shares some of Hess’ best quotes on liberty.
Whatever else we may be lacking these days, there’s certainly no shortage of scandals. Annie Holmquist shares her thoughts on the latest big one involving photoshopped modesty in a high school yearbook.
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