Friday, February 28, 2014

Letter of Liberty News Edition (2-28-2014)

Ilana Mercer attacks the founders for making a loophole for eminent domain.

Pat Buchanan asks whether or not to intervene or end the Syrian war.

Robert Murphy explains the destructiveness of Obamacare.

James E. Miller attacks the mercantilism of Nouriel Roubani.

Judge Andrew Napolitano reveals the truth about Abraham Lincoln, for which he was attacked by Jon Stewart.

Robert Blumen explains Say's Law and the permanent recession.

Jason Maxham explains the economics of replacement, repair, and division of labor.

Justin Raimondo explains the most disturbing Snowden revelation of all time.

Glenn Greenwald explains how covert agents are using the Internet.

John Feffer explains the trouble that Ukraine is geting into.

Karen Greenberg explains how Barack Obama's five commandments are twisted.

Kelly Vlahos shows the defense budget crisis that wasn't.

John Odermatt exposes a new State attack on guns.

Paul Rosenberg explains the final warnings of Jefferson.

Eric Margolis warns of the horrors ahead.

Michael Rozeff exposes the real reason for USG intervention in Ukraine.

Laurence Vance shows how to properly pray for our troops.

Matt Moore explains how to make the perfect meatball.

Fred Reed gives his thoughts on crime and the streets.

Robert Wenzel uses the power of charts to explain America's military dominance.

Sheldon Richman argues that Obama should stay out of Ukraine.

Steven D. Greydanus explians why no one should panick over the Noah movie.

Christian film critic Peter Chattaway explains the new Son of God movie.

Dan Novak explains new DOJ evil.

Logan Albright looks at environmentalists who are calling for less, not more, regulation.

Sheldon Richman gives his tips on how to end bigotry without Statism.

Taki writes on his experiences with Sean Connery and Roger Moore, the two definitive James Bond movies (not excluding Daniel Craig, of course).

Robert Higgs looks back on Crisis and Leviathan and the national-security state.

Jonathan Turley argues that Obama's regime brought constitutional government to its tipping point.

Glenn Greenwald focuses on British intelligence abuses on The Independents.

The Washington Times editorial board show the lies government tells.

Mike Lolgren anatomizes the "Deep State."

Bruce Schneier exposes yet another NSA evil: robots.

Doug Bandow: Can selling ivory save elephants?

Wendy McElroy gives the classical perspective on how to live the good life.

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