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  • NASA’S Risky Plan To Save US From Yellowstone Supervolcano
    By Mac Slavo Government officials have been closely monitoring the activity in the Yellowstone caldera.  However, scientists at NASA have now come up with an ..... read more
    Source: ActivistPostPublished on 2017-08-20
  • Photos: Pennsylvania Residents in Path of Atlantic Sunrise Pipeline Brace for Fight Over Construction
    If you know where to look, you can spot them along the roadsides as you drive through the hilly farmland of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. Short wooden stakes stand exactly 50 feet apart, topped with orange tape. The markers seem benign, but for many Lancaster residents, the threat they represent is ..... read more
    Source: TheInterceptPublished on 2017-08-20
  • 5 Reasons Franklin D. Roosevelt was the WORST
    Can you believe that there are at least three statues of Franklin D. Roosevelt in Washington DC? There is one in South Dakota too, another in Virginia, and even more in London. It appears all these places are overrun by racists and fascist sympathizers. How can people put up with ..... read more
    Source: TheDailyBellPublished on 2017-08-20
  • Tal Afar Operation Starts; 91 Killed in Iraq
    Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi announced the launching of a ground operation in Tal Afar. The post Tal Afar Operation Starts; 91 Killed in Iraq appeared first on Antiwar.com Original. ..... read more
    Source: AntiwarPublished on 2017-08-19
  • EconLog: Prices and Your Pocketbook, by David Henderson
    (August 20, 2017 02:02 AM) This is another in the series of NBC radio broadcasts that involved Milton Friedman as one of the three panelists. See here and here for earlier posts on the NBC shows. This one shows both Friedman and George Stigler... (0 COMMENTS) ..... read more
    Source: EconLibPublished on 2017-08-19
  • Taking on Government Programs with Boots-on-the-Ground Activism
    A few weeks ago, I launched the Activism 101 Podcast to chronicle boots on the ground local grassroots activism in real time. How often have you seen something going on in your community and thought, “Somebody needs to do something?” Maybe you even thought, “I should do something.” But then ..... read more
    Source: TenthAmendmentCenterPublished on 2017-08-19
  • The U.S. Spy Hub in the Heart of Australia
    Ashort drive south of Alice Springs, the second largest population center in Australia’s Northern Territory, there is a high-security compound, codenamed “RAINFALL.” The remote base, in the heart of the country’s barren outback, is one of the most important covert surveillance sites in the eastern hemisphere. Hundreds of Australian and ..... read more
    Source: TheInterceptPublished on 2017-08-19
  • Anti-Commandeering: James Madison’s Advice Put into Practice
    The following post is excerpted from the script for Nullify: Season 1. Watch all the videos from this series at this link – and Become a member here to support the TAC. To stop federal acts, James Madison recommended a “refusal to cooperate with officers of the Union.” Over 170 years of supreme court precedent supports ..... read more
    Source: TenthAmendmentCenterPublished on 2017-08-19
  • Blood on the Streets
    Article Author(s):  Andrew Ferguson Charlottesville and what comes next. The President of the United States is not a Nazi, in the sense of being a member of the historical National Socialist German Workers’ Party or ..... read more
    Source: LibertyUnboundPublished on 2017-08-19
  • Investment, Productivity, Wages, and Economic Prosperity
    Here’s a simple and fundamental question: What is economic growth? And here’s a simple answer: It’s when there’s more national income. That seems like a trivial tautology, but let’s explore some implications. When you dig into the numbers, it turns out that increases in national income (usually measured by gross ..... read more
    Source: C4FPPublished on 2017-08-19
  • Mainstream Science Now Resembling CIA Mind Control Programs to Wipe Memories
    By Aaron Kesel Years of research on mice proves that scientists can weaken or strengthen particular memories from the brain or outright delete inherited memories, ..... read more
    Source: ActivistPostPublished on 2017-08-19
  • New “Distracted Walking” Legislation Will Outlaw Texting, and Even Talking, While Walking
    By Rachel Blevins The heinous “crime” of “distracted walking” has become the latest trend that cities in the United States are looking to legislate into ..... read more
    Source: ActivistPostPublished on 2017-08-19
  • EconLog: Worstall on Robots and Jobs, by David Henderson
    (August 19, 2017 09:16 AM) Tim Worstall, referring to my article that I posted on yesterday, makes an important point I should have made. Here are two highlights: The Keynes point is here in Economic Possibilities for our Grandchildren. What Henderson says about it is... (0 COMMENTS) ..... read more
    Source: EconLibPublished on 2017-08-19
  • Hate Is a One-Way Street
    After the recent violence here in Virginia, Catholic bishops felt they had to do something. So naturally, in 24 hours, they managed to take both sides. On the day of the Charlottesville conflict, bishops called for unity and prayer and condemned hatred. Almost immediately the flaks from their DC lobbying ..... read more
    Source: LewRockwellPublished on 2017-08-18
  • Risk On: War, Economy, Debt, Dollar
    Totally irresponsible policies by Governments and Central Banks have created the most dangerous situation that the world has ever experienced. Risk doesn’t arise quickly as the result of a single action or event. No, risk of the magnitude that the world is experiencing today is the result of many years ..... read more
    Source: LewRockwellPublished on 2017-08-18
  • You Might Be a Cheapskate
    Do you enjoy saving a buck more than most people?  Do you have a black belt in frugality? Around here, most of us consider “cheapskate” to be a positive word! Here are 20 surefire signs that you are embracing your cheap side.  How many things on this list apply to ..... read more
    Source: LewRockwellPublished on 2017-08-18
  • For a Palestinian Federation
    I don’t know when the wheel was invented, or who invented it. However, I have no doubt that it was invented again and again, with many happy inventors sharing the glory. The same is true for the Israeli-Palestinian Confederation. From time to time it appears in public as a brand-new ..... read more
    Source: AntiwarPublished on 2017-08-18
  • Moral Superiority Among Neocons and Nazis
    We’re finally in agreement – there were Nazis marching in Charlottesville last weekend. Enough with the alt- right euphemisms. Nazis were marching with Nazi symbols and Nazi chants. It’s not a stretch to dub them as what they are. President Trump, utterly unable to schmooze like a normal politician, did ..... read more
    Source: AntiwarPublished on 2017-08-18
  • The power to tax is the power to destroy
    One thing is certain about the upcoming debate over tax reform -- the end result will not be a win for the cause of limited government and individual liberty. This is because too many in Congress remain obsessed with "revenue neutrality." Revenue neutrality is the idea that any changes in ..... read more
    Source: CampaignForLibertyPublished on 2017-08-18
  • The White House is Now Run Entirely by Hucksters, Democrats, and Generals
    There is no one left in the White House who has any idea what they’re doing. At least nobody conservative. President Donald Trump never tires of reminding audiences that he is not a politician, and he proves it on an hourly basis. He is by turns a nationalist, a populist, ..... read more
    Source: TheInterceptPublished on 2017-08-18
  • EconTalk: Soul in the Game, by Amy Willis
    (2017-08-18 1:54, EconTalk Extra) EconTalk host Russ Roberts welcomes back popular guest Nassim Nicholas Taleb in this week's episode to chat about the manuscript of his forthcoming book, Skin in the Game. In their wide-ranging conversation, the discuss the value of employees versus slaves, the intrinsic and extrinsic rewards ..... read more
    Source: EconLibPublished on 2017-08-18
  • Happy birthday, Dr. Paul!
    The Defender of the Constitution and Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul celebrates his birthday on Sunday. Happy birthday, Dr. Paul, and thank you for all you do for liberty. Click here to celebrate with a donation to Campaign for Liberty. ..... read more
    Source: CampaignForLibertyPublished on 2017-08-18
  • The Federal Government Should Get Out of Infrastructure
    I’ve called for the abolition of the Department of Transportation on more than one occasion, so I was very excited to see this new video about infrastructure from Johan Norberg. Very well put. As Johan says (channeling Bastiat), we should remember that jobs are destroyed when money is taken out of the private ..... read more
    Source: C4FPPublished on 2017-08-18
  • Empowered Individuals: Genocide and Poverty Hasn’t Beat Cambodians
    Man Kind is leading the way in modern education. No, that isn’t some lofty but empty phrase about humanity. This guy’s name is actually Man Kind. He runs a program in Cambodia that does more than educate. The schooling instills the drive to do something meaningful. The education empowers youth ..... read more
    Source: TheDailyBellPublished on 2017-08-18
  • South Korea Should Give U.S. Troops the Boot, Part 2
    Last April, I wrote an article entitled “South Korea Should Give U.S. Troops the Boot,” in which I argued that if the South Koreans were smart, they would order all U.S. troops out of their country immediately. For those who have not read that article, I would recommend doing so ..... read more
    Source: FFFPublished on 2017-08-18
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