A Gitmo detainee expressed support for U.S. civilian courts over military tribunals, so they must be evil.
Posts Tagged ‘conservatives’
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Kevin Carson on how a financial system’s economic injustice breeds desperate classes.
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Congressional Democrats exploit public outrage to enact a proposal ‘with which people are more comfortable’.
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[Originally posted at c4ss.org]
In a blog post discussing why many people fail to even recognize things that don’t fit their expectations, Molinari Institute President Roderick Long lists six theses that he asserts ought to be followed when crafting radical libertarian/left libertarian/market anarchist rhetoric:
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The hypocrisy extraordinare of AIG bonus outrage. (more…)