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Opposing Imperialism Isn’t Isolationism

Ron PaulWhen pundits and rival politicians call Ron Paul an “isolationist,” they mislead the American people — and they know it.

They know it? How could they not? Ron Paul is for unilateral, unconditional free trade. He believes any American should be perfectly free to buy from or sell to any person in the world. In that sense — the laissez-faire sense — he favors globalization, which, applied consistently, would require a worldwide free market. He’s such a strong advocate of free trade that he objects when the world’s governments, led by the U.S. government, set up international bureaucracies, such as the World Trade Organization, to manage trade. He thinks trade should be a totally private matter. That’s a solid classical-liberal, or libertarian, position.

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Hillary Clinton’s Trip to Egypt

clinton-morsiby Jacob G. Hornberger

During her trip to Egypt over the weekend, U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was pelted by tomatoes, shoes, and chants of “Monica, Monica, Monica” from Egyptian protestors. Playing the role of the innocent as she met with the head of Egypt’s military council and Egypt’s newly elected president, Mohamed Morsy, Clinton pointed out that the United States doesn’t take sides in Egypt’s internal politics.

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Criminalizing Dissent in Israel

DissentNetanyahu's government is its most extremist ever. Fundamental freedoms are threatened.

Repressive Knesset bills target speech, assembly, association, and the right to dissent.

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The Problem is The United States

opposition-membersI’d like to start this by asking a very simple and straight forward question. “Is regime change in Syria so important that you would let your family, neighbors and yourself die for it?” That’s the question. I told you it was simple. Simple that is, if you give a yes or no to the question.

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The Communists are coming, Again!

Hugo Chavezby Jacob G. Hornberger

Conservatives are at it again. Faced with the possibility that Americans are finally starting to realize that U.S. foreign policy is the cause of anti-American terrorism, conservatives are now reverting to their old stand-by position for justifying the continued existence of the national-security state: communism!

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