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Tag: Justin Raimondo
  • Antiwar.com on Young Americans for Liberty

    Antiwar.com reports on Obama’s next step in Afghanistan. To close the article gives hope by stating… The premier libertarian youth organization, Young Americans for Liberty (YAL), is the fastest-growing political group on campus, these days, and no task would suit them better than assuming the leadership of the moribund, leftist-dominated antiwar movement. As Obama’s zombie-like …

  • Get Excited! We are Making a difference in the struggle towards peace and liberty.

    Disgusting, dehumanizing euphemisms aside, Vance is correct in asserting that the American People’s uncritical military-worship allows the US state to get away with all sorts of atrocities overseas. Take, for example, this sort of thing. The US government’s “abandoned,” landmines continue to kill innocents in Vietnam even to this day. The murderer-in-chief is by necessity a numbers-guy and “pragmatist,” that …

  • War elevates the state, so of course the state supports war.

    On Tuesday, as you have all no doubt heard, the GOP made something of a comeback with gubernatorial wins in New Jersey and Virginia.  However, experience shows that where many issues are concerned, which party is in power makes no difference:  it’s going to suck either way.  Foreign policy seems to be one of those …

  • Nightly Roundup 11/04/2009

    It was a mixed day for the “blue chip” stocks, but a bad day for the dollar. Pre-Abyss, which states have got the gold? Interesting statistics, though be sure to take into account deficits and debt. Gentle, hardworking, non-creep/non-parasite Rand Paul is slightly ahead in the KY Primary, according to a poll. In a creepy …

  • YAL Interviews Justin Raimondo (and he “LOVES” us)

    I think it’s safe to say we have an ally in Justin Raimondo. This dude is really enthusiastic about YAL and also can give a hell of an interview.  Part 2 and part three here.  

  • Partisan Morality: All Too Common

    AntiWar.com’s Justin Raimondo discusses “Daily Show” host Jon Stewart’s recent flip-flop on whether or not Truman committed a war crime in dropping atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Stewart originally argued with obvious conviction and forethought that, as Raimondo summarizes, “if we had first demonstrated the power of this new weapon on an uninhabited atoll …

  • New Year’s Predictions

    Antiwar.com columnist Justin Raimondo lays out a series of predictions for the new year, including hyperinflation, Keynesianism, and war in Taki’s Magazine titled Save Your Candles—the Dark Ages Are Coming! “All in all,” he concludes, “the prospects for liberty, and peace, in 2009, might be charitably described as dim, although bleak seems more precise.”  Read …