This Week in The Lighthouse: WikiLeaks, Right to Bear Arms, Trillion Dollar Foreign Policy, Venezuela
By Carl Close • Tuesday August 3, 2010 7:53 AM PST •
This week’s Lighthouse (available online here) touches on the WikiLeaks documents (Ivan Eland), the right to bear arms (Stephen Halbrook), the cost of U.S. foreign policy (Robert Higgs), and Hugo Chavez’s support of terrorists (Alvaro Vargas Llosa).
Here are links to the individual items:
- Lessons from the WikiLeaks Docs
- Halbrook Lauded for Defense of the Constitutional Right to Bear Arms
- The Trillion Dollar Foreign Policy
- Venezuela’s Smoking Gun
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Tags: Alvaro Vargas Llosa, Budget and Tax Policy, Civil Liberties, Constitution, Criminal Justice, Defense, Economics, Gun Rights, Hugo Chavez, Iran, Ivan Eland, Latin America, Law, Liberty, Middle East, Military, military-industrial complex, Nuclear Weapons, right to bear arms, Second Amendment, Stephen Halbrook, Surveillance, Terrorism, Transparency, War, War in Afghanistan, Weapons, WikiLeaks