Tag: Rule of Law
Congratulations to Mario Vargas Llosa on Receiving the Nobel Prize in Literature
The 2010 Nobel Prize in Literature awarded to my father, Mario Vargas Llosa, is great news for those of us who value freedom. His work, as the Swedish Academy recognized in its public statement, explores the oppressive structures of power and the plight of the individual who rebels against them. His novels examine this...
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Judge Andrew Napolitano: Military Tribunals Are Unconstitutional
In an article in the Los Angeles Times on November 29th, “The case against military tribunals,” Judge Andrew P. Napolitano presented his opposition to military tribunals in the U.S. government’s undeclared “war on terror.” It’s a violation of the Constitution to use the panels without a declaration of war—and just calling it a “war”...
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In Defense of Rules
I have an article defending rules, order and the natural law, as opposed to state lawlessness, here.
The Formula for a Police State
[NB: I wrote this piece for the Libertarian Perspective over a week ago. It hasn’t gone online yet, so I’m posting it here. Some updates at the bottom] The Formula for a Police State by Anthony Gregory On the night of March 15 in an Oceanside, California, parking lot, after a dispute over one...
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