By Art Carden | Tuesday February 24, 2009 at 3:35 PM PST | 3 Comments
Radley Balko has gained some notoreity around the blogosphere for documenting rights violations by police departments conducting military-style drug raids under cover of night. Today, he offered one of the best blog post titles ever: “Tearful Atlanta Cops Express Remorse for Shooting 92-Year-Old Kathryn Johnston, Leaving Her to Bleed to Death in Her Own...
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Tags: Civil Liberties, Constitution, Drugs, Law, Personal Liberty, Police, Police State, Property Rights, Urban Issues, war on drugs
By Anthony Gregory | at 9:52 AM PST | 1 Comment
Scott Horton interviews Bob Higgs for Antiwar Radio. They discuss “regime uncertainty,” the 1921 depression, the 20’s Fed bubble, regime certainty in the 1940s, the Cold-War buildup, the empire’s winners and losers, trade, the financial crisis, bogus economic models, cartelized ratings, inflation and war, our current prospects, the empire’s prospects, the threats of nationalization...
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Tags: American History, Bailouts, Budget and Tax Policy, Economics, Employment, Europe, Fascism, Federal Reserve, Great Depression, Money and Banking, Nationalization, Property Rights, Regulation, Robert Higgs, Taxation, The State, Trade, War, Welfare