Gary Johnson: Where is Trump’s Nationalism When We Need It? U.S. Interventions Abroad

Having been a governor, I really try to give elected officials a chance to succeed. For the good of the nation, I even hope Donald Trump succeeds in making us safer, more prosperous and more free. And while I disagreed Continue reading Gary Johnson: Where is Trump’s Nationalism When We Need It? U.S. Interventions Abroad

Classical Liberalism Is Incompatible With Imperialism – Reason.com

August marks 70 years since the partition of the Indian sub-continent and the beginning of the slaughter that followed the creation of Hindu-majority India and Muslim-majority Pakistan. The anniversary occasioned much intellectual self-flagellation in the United Kingdom, even though, as Continue reading Classical Liberalism Is Incompatible With Imperialism – Reason.com

Senator Rand Paul: 16 years on, it’s past time to bring our troops home from Afghanistan

The Trump administration is increasing the number of troops in Afghanistan and, by doing so, keeping us involved even longer in a 16-year-old war that has long since gone past its time. The mission in Afghanistan has lost its purpose, Continue reading Senator Rand Paul: 16 years on, it’s past time to bring our troops home from Afghanistan

Semi Truck Self-Driving Technology Opening Facility in Tucson

A Chinese startup company developing self-driving technology for commercial trucking has opened a facility in Tucson for research and testing — including a planned Tucson-Phoenix run with an autonomous truck. Beijing-based TuSimple plans to spend millions of dollars and hire Continue reading Semi Truck Self-Driving Technology Opening Facility in Tucson

The Drug War in the Philippines: State Sanctioned Murder 

President Rodrigo Duterte’s war on drugs in the Philippines is morally and legally unjustifiable. Resulting in egregious and large-scale violations of human rights, it amounts to state-sanctioned murder. It is also counterproductive for countering the threats and harms that the Continue reading The Drug War in the Philippines: State Sanctioned Murder 

Fifth Circuit Revives Defamation Suit Of Walter Block Over Slavery Quotes

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit has slapped the New York Times by reviving a defamation lawsuit filed against it by a Louisiana economics professor and libertarian who sued the newspaper for defamation after he was quoted in an Continue reading Fifth Circuit Revives Defamation Suit Of Walter Block Over Slavery Quotes