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Tyranny

Essays

by Karl Radl WHEN Julian Assange was physically removed by British police from the Ecuadorian Embassy in London recently, it provoked a storm of outrage  from the grassroots activists of both the political left and right. It  was one of those watershed events that informs an era because while …
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

The Middle East quagmire explained as it happened; October 1990
by Revilo P. Oliver (pictured) IT IS NOT remarkable that Iraq’s invasion and occupation of Kuwait took me by surprise, but we are assured that the Jews’ government in Washington was equally surprised. That is hard to believe.…
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Classic Essays

by James Bovard TODAY IS the 23rd anniversary of the killing of Vicki Weaver. Following is an article I wrote on this back in 1995, followed by the response from FBI director Louis Freeh, which claimed that I “grossly mischaracterized” the details of Vicki Weaver’s killing. (ILLUSTRATION: Randy and…
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