“Nothing has proved more destructive of kinship, religion, and local patriotisms than has war and the accompanying military mind.” – Robert Nisbet
Tom Woods eviscerates the idea of conservatism’s compatibility with war.
Are critics of Abraham Lincoln and the Civil War defending, explicitly or implicitly, slavery and the Confederacy?
A review of Murray Rothbard’s “What Has Government Done to Our Money,” which illuminates how government steals from and taxes us without our knowledge.
Did the Supreme Court get the decision right on the Defense of Marriage Act? Should government even be involved?
Like any good, red-blooded American boy, I must have recited the Pledge of Allegiance hundreds of times throughout my school years. I did this without really thinking about what the words really meant or where they might have come from. For all I knew the Pledge of Allegiance was an appendix to the Declaration of…
Rand Paul will run for president in 2016. Don’t get me wrong, the freshman senator from Kentucky and heir apparent to his father’s base of support hasn’t announced anything, but he is clearly behaving like a candidate. Over the weekend Paul was in Iowa trying to convince evangelicals that they can feel comfortable supporting a…
Is there a right way to interpret the Constitution? Brion McClanahan, author of The Founding Fathers’ Guide to the Constitution, answers this question in the affirmative in this video with historian Thomas Woods.