No Winning In Syria

The U.S. and the U.K. have now said explicitly that they are prepared to take military action against Syria without authorization from the United Nations Security Council. Congress is currently

Google Says What The Government Thinks

In the course of a class-action lawsuit filed against Google in California, the company claimed its Gmail users have “no legitimate expectation of privacy.” Now the internet is in an

Breaking Bad Shows Folly Of Drug Laws

Sunday kicked off the final eight episodes of one of the most popular shows in both main stream and libertarian circles, “Breaking Bad.” The series has turned out to be highly

The Return Of The ‘Living Wage’ Debate

Community activists, labor groups such as the Service Employees International Union (SEIU), and even clergy routinely organize protests against employers like Wal-Mart and McDonald’s to try to intimidate them into paying a

Obamacare Faces Another Legal Hurdle

President Obama’s health care overhaul survived one trip to the Supreme Court, but another lawsuit threatens to make the exchanges (statewide health insurance markets) all but inoperable. The problem for