Interesting Reading Archives
America. "Should it bother us that both parties have bought into the belief
that government now needs a federal program, bureau, agency, or grant contract
to deal with every conceivable human need?" (2/18/04)
- "Can you think of a single area of government in which George Bush hasn't
already made things worse than Bill Clinton did?" Harry Browne in Bill Clinton
on Steroids (1/22/04)
- Fascinating report:
Nuclear Energy in the World Today by Dr. Jay Lehr. Excerpt: "The truth
about nuclear power is that it provides a viable and safe means for satisfying
the worlds growing need for electricity. In the U.S., growing concern over
energy shortages can be expected to spark a renewed interest in nuclear
power--provided its supporters can address the continuing assault by a radical
environmental lobby that is not only anti-nuclear power but also
The Philosophy of Liberty excellent multi-media presentation
(requires ShockWave Flash). (11/21/03)
- A Case for Literacy
if only George W. could read. (11/15/03)
- Ten Truths of Tyranny
by Matt Giwer (11/14/03)
- How much does
government really cost? (10/29/03)
Is it permissible? Great article by Walter E. Williams.
Uncelebrating the Fourth by Harry Browne. The 4th of July commemorates an
America that no longer exists, but it could exist again (7/7/03)
- Must-read speech by Ron Paul
Sorry, Mr. Franklin, "We're All Democrats Now"
It is obvious that the Republic is gone, for we are wallowing in a pure
democracy against which the Founders had strongly warned.
of restoring a republican form of government with strict adherence to the rule
of law, and curtailing illegal government programs, will solve our current and
The Liberty Amendment referred to in
the speech, was proposed by Mr. Paul to abolish the 16th Amendment!
- A day to remember: Excellent Bill of Rights Day article by
Harry Browne: "Contrary to all the blather we hear about the unique goodness of
the American people or our religious heritage or anything else, the one thing
that set this country apart from all others was the Bill of Rights. This was
the first country in history to have a national government that was truly
limited." See the full
- "Saddam Hussein and his army won't be the only ones who suffer
from a U.S. invasion. The financial costs of this war could cripple
an already struggling American economy, and the human costs of any war
are incalculable. So why are politicians blithely ignoring these domestic
casualties?" Read the full
LP press release. (10/2/02)
Bush blasts corporate fraud, but what about government fraud? President
Bush's speech in Washington, DC, today on "corrupt corporate accounting"
overlooked a far more serious problem, Libertarians say: corrupt government
accounting. "When it comes to cooking the books, Uncle Sam is a master chef."
America, meet your leaders by Harry Browne. "Until George Bush lays out
specific, credible, verifiable, understandable evidence that Saddam Hussein
poses an immediate threat to the security of the United States of America (not
just to the "interests" of the U.S., as defined by power-hungry politicians), I
prefer to keep my self-respect and oppose any thought of going to war."
- Record number of Libertarians running for office in a non-presidential
election with 1,600 candidates in 49 states. Read more. In
Colorado, we are running 72
- Excellent article by Ralph Shnelvar in the Denver Post:
A vote for Libertarian ideals: "My passion is simple: less government
intervention in the lives of the people of Colorado. Following are my thoughts
on taxes, guns and marijuana." (09/19/02)
- The Republican Sickness
by Harry Browne. "Do you ever wonder why conservative Republican journalists and
commentators support a man like George W. Bush someone whose proposals
for foreign aid, health care, education, farm subsidies, and constitutional
violations contradict everything the conservatives claim to stand for?"
- Honor 9/11 victims by restoring American
freedom, Libertarians say (09/10/02)
- US Becomes History's
Biggest Jailer (06/26/02)
Invisible Hand Is a Gentle Hand by Sharon Harris
Beware of politicians with good intentions by Harry Browne
Promises, promises by Harry Browne (02/14/02)
- Handguns are a girl's best friend
by Barbara Goushaw (02/04/02)
- Republicans and big
government by James Ostrowski of the Ludwig von Mises Institute. "Contrary
to popular myth, every Republican president since and including Herbert Hoover
has increased the federal government's size, scope, or power and usually
all three." (02/25/02)
- The Myth of 'Limited
Government' by Joseph Sobran (01/04/02)
Less government equals less crime by Harry Browne
The LP celebrates its 30th anniversary
- Are you a
Domestic terrorist? (12/03/01)
Why did police arrest 734,498 pot-smokers, instead of tracking murderous
- Lady Liberty vs. Big
Brother by Mary Ruwart (11/30/01)
- The new FAA poster.
Who gave your rights away? by Harry Browne (11/27/01)
Will Libertarians bolt The Stupid Party?
- Remembering the
Constitution by Jacob G. Hornberger (11/15/01)
- I, Pencil by Leonard E.
- How to be a Good
benefits of School Liberation by Marshall Fritz and Cathy Duffy
- "The New Colossus" by Emma Lazarus
- No Such Thing as "Compassionate"
Government by Chuck Baldwin (8/23/01)
- A Blueprint for Ending Gun
Control by L. Neil Smith and Aaron Zelman
- The Tree of Liberty by Lyn Nofzige
- If You Can Dream, and Not Make Dreams
Your Master ... by Michael Cloud
- The Bill Of No
vs. GUNS The Liberals are Right
amazing what one has to believe to believe in gun control...
- Why shouldn't the rich pay most of the taxes? After all, "they can afford
Willy Sutton Theory of Government (3/13/01)
- Great Myths of the Great
- Commentators and pundits praise Libertarian Party
- Some election bumper stickers.
- The Cure is
Liberty by Ari Armstrong
- See the on-line movie: The Legacy of
5 plug-in required. The film take 3-4 minutes to load at 48kbs)
- Some good one-liners on gun
- Only the government should own guns ...
Letter to My Anti-Gun Friends
- The Grasshopper and the Ant
- I Gave Up a Little
- Articles by Harry Browne