“People just don’t feel bad about living off of the efforts of others. It used to be that if circumstances forced you on welfare, you couldn’t get off fast enough. “
“I wanted them to know that while so much else may be uncertain, I wanted them to know that this attorney general and this Department of justice stands with the people of Ferguson.”
The former congressman and presidential candidate discusses the New York Times “Libertarian Moment” story, foreign policy and mindless partisanship.
Neal Boortz wonders why one fake story about a classroom socialism experiment he likes to tell irks liberals so much.
Also, what is the libertarian response to the Ferguson crisis? Police departments are behaving like small armies–is it time to demilitarize law enforcement?
In an interview with Rare, former presidential candidate Ron Paul talks about how libertarianism is a relatively universal philosophy.
In an interview with Rare, former presidential candidate Ron Paul talks about what politicians really think as well as the situation in Ukraine.
The $2.7 trillion Social Security surplus that’d be able to pay benefits for 20 years doesn’t exist.
In an interview with Rare, former presidential candidate Ron Paul talks about where libertarianism is heading.
What is the excise tax or Cadillac tax?
The Small Business Administration released a summer newsletter that outlined some of the problems.
“Government issued tampons — gotta love,” he added. “What’s next?”
“Some of them have turned up and they have been very incriminating.”
Especially this kind.
A Rare interview with author and 24-year veteran of the State Department Peter van Buren.
Meanwhile, the police are receiving death threats.
The death of Michael Brown, an 18-year-old African-American has caused much unrest in Ferguson, Missouri
R.I.P. Robin Williams.
Apparently, very little.