War, American Style
By Philippe Gastonne     
Misty-eyed Americans who sing of "the rockets' red glare" miss the irony the rest of the world sees. All the evidence suggests we love nothing more than lobbing missiles at countries that resist our will. Daniel Larison, the writer quoted above, references this interesting Washington Post infographic. The analysis shows Americans born in any year since 1915 lived in a nation at war for at least 35% of their lives. Today's teens have never known peace. Larison disputes how to define "war" for ...
Ex-Im Bank is Welfare for the One Percent
Editorial by Ron Paul     
This month Congress will consider whether to renew the charter of the Export-Import Bank (Ex-Im Bank). Ex-Im Bank is a New Deal-era ...
Freedom, Global Poverty, and the Failure of Foreign Aid
Editorial by Mises Institute      
The standard narrative floating about the mainstream press is that the developing world is held back by a quagmire of free market ...