An “experienced analyst” at the National Security Agency ran an illegal surveillance project that involved “unauthorized targeting and collection of private communications of people or organizations in the US.” The agency’s inspector general concluded that the analyst “acted with reckless disregard” for “numerous rules and possibly the law.” This happened ten years ago. The inspector general’s report was issued six years ago. But the public is just now learning about it.
Who will keep you safe? Every politician now running for office claims, pretends to guarantee, that he/she will.
Missouri v. Biden, a lawsuit filed by the attorneys general of Missouri and Louisiana, cites a previous action (Biden v. Knight First Amendment Institute at Columbia Univ.) to this effect: “A private entity violates the First Amendment ‘if the government coerces or induces it to take action the government itself would not be permitted to do, … Continue reading Missouri v. Biden: Putting America’s Lysenko Under Oath
Without my intending any criticism, Friedman might have asked Donahue what system he thinks some business people try to manipulate in today’s mixed economy. Isn’t it the interventionist political system that free-market advocates object to?
Conservatives needn’t buy any grand theory of government to continue and redouble their opposition to Big Government. They just need to remember how often their enemies will actually run the government.
Isn’t it better to not create a problem in the first place than to try to fix it after it happens?
What’s bizarre about the revisionist notion of “privilege” is that almost anything counts.
Political government as we’ve constructed it is geared toward maximizing death to increase its own power and expand its own reach at the expense of everyone. We’ve still got perpetual war of every man against every man. Only now it’s highly organized, well-funded, and waged for the benefit of the political class.
For the umpteenth time, someone I revere is saying that he or she will leave Facebook. We voluntaryists believe that is one’s choice. But for selfish reasons, I hate to see good people go.
To spare the innocent, we must deny the state power to kill the guilty.