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October is Iraq’s bloodiest in five years since “liberation”

October is Iraq’s bloodiest in five years since “liberation”

October was Iraq’s deadliest month since April, 2008. In those five and a half years, not only has there been no improvement in Iraq’s security situation, but things have gotten much worse. More than 1,000 people were killed in Iraq last month, the vast majority of them civilians. Another 1,600 were wounded, as car bombs,

If you like the surveillance state, you’ll love E-Verify

From massive NSA spying, to IRS targeting of the administration’s political opponents, to collection and sharing of our health care information as part of Obamacare, it seems every day we learn of another assault on our privacy. Sadly, this week the Senate took another significant, if little-noticed, step toward creating an authoritarian surveillance state. Buried in the immigration bill is

The Ron Paul school curriculum available online

Former Congressman Ron Paul has apparently been hard at work since his retirement from Congress this year, releasing a curriculum designed for parents who home school their children in subjects like western civilization, the free market and liberty, public speaking, English and history, along with science and math courses all the way up through Calculus and Statistics.


Ron Paul to write book on school choice, free markets

Recently retired Republican Representative and Libertarian-leaning Ron Paul has signed on to write a new book, titled “New School Manifesto”, that will push ideas that advocate for a free market approach to the United States’ educational system. The book is set to be released in September, just as students return to class. The book is


Is United States foreign policy to blame in Mideast conflict?

In his usual fashion critical of big government and interventionism, outgoing Texas Representative Ron Paul blasted the United States’ role in the Israeli v. Palestine conflict and cautions Americans to be prepared for a potentially short cease fire in the middle east. “While we should be pleased that this round of fighting appears temporarily on