Trump Betrays Trumpism: Syria in the Crosshairs

Editor’s Note: Justin Raimondo is recovering after hospitalization. He will be back here soon to do battle against the War Party. In the meantime, enjoy a classic column from April 7, 2017. President Donald Trump has launched an attack on a Syrian air base in retaliation for the alleged sarin gas attack supposedly carried out … Continue reading “Trump Betrays Trumpism: Syria in the Crosshairs”

Getting It Right On Catalonia

There’s something very wrong with an ideological movement that calls for opposition to centralism, protests high taxation, and defends the right to cultural and political autonomy – and yet, when it comes down to actually supporting these ideals in real life, cannot bring itself to rise to the occasion. While Ed Krayewski has been writing … Continue reading “Getting It Right On Catalonia”

Trump: Rhetoric vs. Reality

With Donald Trump in the White House, merrily tweeting whatever disruptive and disturbing sentiments erupt from his consciousness in the early morning hours, hysteria has become the default condition of our pundit class. Trump tweets that “only one thing” can stop Korean despot Kim Jong-un’s nuclear pyrotechnics, and the editorialists swing into action, while the … Continue reading “Trump: Rhetoric vs. Reality”

The Campaign To Rein In the Internet

The latest “news” about Russia-gate is the contention that “Russian-linked” ad buyers purchased $100,000 worth of targeted Facebook ads during the 2016 presidential election. For the most part these ads didn’t urge support for any particular candidate, but, we’re told, they were “divisive,” “controversial,” and definitely Not Very Nice. So what did the ads say? … Continue reading “The Campaign To Rein In the Internet”