Los Angeles Times, March 29, 2012 Op-Ed First wheat, now healthcare A Supreme Court ruling on New Deal farm policies has relevance today. By James Bovard The Obama administration is relying heavily on a 1942 Supreme Court case to sway today’s justices as they consider the constitutionality of compelling Americans to buy health insurance. The […]
Archive | March, 2012
From an interview with Press TV: James Bovard, policy advisor for The Future of Freedom Foundation says the U.S. currency “has lost 90 percent of its value” since the early 1900s when the Federal Reserve was created. It is understandable that foreign nations are now “leery” of the dollar and are shifting away from the […]
From the December issue of the Future of Freedom Foundation’s Freedom Daily Federal Training Flops by James Bovard Barack Obama recently proposed new programs to provide job training for youth and the long-term unemployed. For half a century, federal programs have provided trainees with little more than false hope. There is no reason to permit […]
TRIPLE HOOT! New York Times Op-Ed page has an advisor to murderous Bahrain Interior Ministry criticize Florida laws on use of force. Reasonable folks can disagree on the “stand your ground” law – but…… Bahrain????? This is like having a Taliban spokesman comment on Rick Santorum’s views on contraception. twitter @jimbovard James Bovard
This is a great day for the paranoid. Attorney General Eric Holder today approved federal agencies retaining the info they vacuum up on innocent Americans. Your dossier just got thicker. Or perhaps the only real “change” is that the government is admitting what it has long been doing. From the New York Times article on […]
Stefan Molyneux, the host of Freedomainradio, kindly recorded an article I wrote for the Future of Freedom Foundation on the “Great Sugar Shaft.” You can see his video on Youtube. Stefan and Freedomainradio have a gift for marketing – the video has gotten almost 5000 hits in the first day.
This great cartoon from the new issue of the New Yorker may have been inspired by the Republican primaries – or Obama – or ???