Tag: war

War Socialism: The Parasite Killing America

TJ Roberts | United States

Socialism is not what comes to mind when most people think of war. War, however, is foundational to the survival of socialism and big government. War Socialism has become the status quo in the United States. The public faces high taxes. The government has enslaved our future generations by drowning us in debt. Government regulates business to death, leaving only its chosen favorites as survivors. Such a system would lead to civil unrest, so the vampire of big government creates its own industry to suck even more blood out of the people. This industry, of course, is militarism.

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Roughly 180 Killed in Haftar’s Assault on Tripoli

Othman Mekhloufi | @othmanmekhloufi

At least four civilians were killed when the Libyan National Army attacked the Libyan capital of Tripoli, resulting in a total of 180 fatalities. Of the civilians killed, most were women and an additional 17 were wounded.

The initial assault on the city, lasting two weeks and still ongoing, has left over 800 people wounded. The assault is being led by the head of the Libyan National Army, Khalifa Haftar.

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Bill Weld Announces 2020 Presidential Run

John Keller | @keller4liberty

Former Governor of Massachusetts Bill Weld announced today he is running for president against Donald Trump, hoping to secure the Republican nomination.

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Sino-German Cooperation Proves States Hide Foreign Policy

John Keller | @keller4liberty

Asia had a very different political and economic landscape in the 1930s before the Second Sino-Japanese War. Due to the Xinhai Revolution in 1911, the Qing Dynasty collapsed into several weak states. This was a far cry from the unified superstate that dominates Asia today.

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Have Your Senators Taken Money from Lockheed Martin?

Ryan Lau | @agorisms

Last year’s election was rife was polarization. With bitter fights in states such as Texas, where incumbent Ted Cruz narrowly defeated challenger Beto O’Rourke, the country’s politicians seemed more divided than ever. Many Democrats ran on an anti-Trump line, whereas many Republicans did the opposite. But one thing about the election season was eerily unified: most of the Senate took money from Lockheed Martin and other military industrial complex companies. Continue reading “Have Your Senators Taken Money from Lockheed Martin?”