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David DAmato 2012-12

The Legal Tender Cases

In the December term of 1870, the Supreme Court considered the constitutionality of a statute authorizing the issuance of U.S. notes (or “greenbacks”) and ...

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Hillary Clinton’s Abuse of Women

by No one would ever accuse liberals of being consistent or of lacking in hypocrisy. One of the best examples of their duplicity and two-facedness, of course, is with respect to their support for the horrific mistreatment of illegal immigrants through immigration controls, even while they tell everyone how much they love the poor, needy, and disadvantaged with their support of the welfare state. But even ...

Yankee, Go Home! … from the Philippines

by Who would have ever thought that the drug war would end up producing a good result? Yet, that is precisely what is happening before our eyes in Asia, where Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has declared a separation of the Philippines from the United States, which might mean a re-closing of U.S. imperial bases within the country. (The U.S. military was thrown out of the ...

Paranoid Apoplexy Over the Russkies

by As I watch the paranoid apoplexy that U.S. officials and their acolytes in the mainstream press are displaying over the hacking of Democratic Party computers and the disclosure of their emails, I’m tempted to say that it might all be some sort of karmic justice. But since I’m a Christian rather than a Buddhist, I’m more tempted to say that it might all be ...

Don’t Forget Box 13

by For the life of me, I just don’t get why the mainstream press and Hillary Clinton are so outraged over Donald Trump’s refusal in the debate last night to accept the results of the presidential election in advance. What’s wrong with waiting to see if an election is crooked before agreeing to abide by its results? Or are Clinton and her acolytes in the ...

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The Libertarian Angle: Labor Day

FFF president Jacob Hornberger and Richard Ebeling talk about the recent celebration of Labor Day. Go to the ...

The Libertarian Angle: Labor Day

FFF president Jacob Hornberger and Richard Ebeling talk about the recent celebration of Labor Day. Go to the ...
Claudia Williamson

The Trouble with Aid

Claudia R. Williamson is a post-doctoral fellow at the Development Research Institute of New York University. Her ...

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