Tag Archives: Korean War

Presidential War Powers: The Constitutional Answer

by Tom Woods via Tom Woods’s Liberty Classroom There’s a lot of confusion, on right and left alike, regarding the president’s war powers under the Constitution. Here’s an overview of the most common claims on behalf of such powers, along … Continue reading

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A Jeffersonian Military Man

By David Johns via LewRockwell.com I want to talk  about something that’s been bothering me lately. The reader may think that I am trouncing on hallowed ground …. but first hear me out, and then beat me up. I think the … Continue reading

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Man, Economy, and Seoul

  by Christopher Westley via the Mises Daily Picture a mono-racial New York metropolitan area with a fraction of the murders, if you can. Add in unreadable signs and buildings and infrastructure completed in 1960 or later. Then you might … Continue reading

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War in Korea

US ground and air forces are bogged down in Afghanistan and the Mideast, their equipment is run down, and the US Treasury seriously out of money. A real war in Korea might plunge the US into a depression. The fall … Continue reading

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Ignorance is Strength: Kim Jong Un Edition

The US government is a state. And lying — deliberately, shamelessly — whenever it serves their interests is what states do. Yep, and it (the uS government) has nothing to do with America. It is actually the anti-thesis (even anti-Christ) … Continue reading

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