Antiwar.com columnist Dan Sanchez spoke to Liberty on the Rocks in downtown Los Angeles Saturday evening at Casey’s Irish Pub. Dan was introduced by long time antiwar activist Andrew Walker. Dan explains how the cycle of violence must end for all people to realize the right to life, liberty and property.
“There is a holy mistaken zeal in politics as well as in religion. By persuading others, we convince ourselves,” or so said the forgotten English writer Junius in the mid-18th Century. When I read his words the other day I was reminded of other situations where ideology and ignorance of history replaced reason. Operation Unthinkable […]
It shouldn’t be easy for a group of Antiwar.com writers and supporters to just walk in and dish about foreign policy at the Left Forum, which claims to be the biggest annual convocation of Leftwing activists in the country. But it was — easy, that is. In fact, some of us probably made it harder […]
I don’t know how my arcane little post on Frank Gaffney’s World War I theories launched a discussion of Shariah law, bikinis, “executive gays,” and Ted Nugent, but Eric Dondero dropped in, so… Dondero is raving about, among other things, a county in Maryland providing twice-weekly women-only swim times at public pools. (You can read […]
I missed this Frank Gaffney column from a couple of weeks ago: I had an unsettling flashback last week listening to two of the Republican presidential candidates talk about foreign policy. Representative Ron Paul of Texas and former Utah Governor Jon Hunstman espoused isolationist stances that called to mind one of the most preposterous public […]
TPM reveals the presidential preferences of D.C. libertarians: Libertarians in Washington are not happy about how the Republican primary is shaping up. Barring a miracle, there are two candidates with a decent shot at the nomination. Mitt Romney, the godfather of Obamacare, is not libertarians’ first choice. And they think Newt Gingrich, the new frontrunner, […]