Two Reasons the War on Terror Will Always Fail

The truth is that the political war hawks in the United States aren’t solely interested in combatting terrorism (an otherwise legitimate concern). They’re also interested in forcefully removing those from power whom they don’t like (whether it means an aggressive war or not). If the two interests align: great. If not, they do their best to brainwash the public in hopes that the blatant hypocrisy of their position doesn’t outshine the international “villain” of choice.

Book Review: The Market for Liberty

This is a neat little book that focuses on a simple yet important idea: “government is an unnecessary evil.” The authors, Morris and Linda Tannehill, oversimplify their argument at times, but the central idea is right: evil is not a necessary component of society.

We’re Starting a Podcast! The Peaceful Podcast, Episode 1

…about conscientious objection and other peace-related topics! In this episode hubby interviews Maria Santelli, Executive Director of the Center on Conscience and War. You’ll learn a little about the history of conscientious objection, applicable regulations for military members, and hear a bit of personal testimony. Be sure to check back often – this will be a…

Are You Really Free? The Food Edition

Originally posted on LibertyBug:
This is a series of articles (sourced from around the web) that aim to show the extension of the State and its power over you. Ebola? Sure, bring it on over….Cheese? Get that dangerous substance out of here!  The FDA has banned the sale or import of seven different cheeses –…