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All part of a balanced "portfolio."
Whether you believe it or not, these issues are all tied together. You couldn't have this foreign policy without unchecked central banking and debt.
He actually tends to lean more towards allowing competing currencies rather than try to make the government responsible for keeping a gold standard (again).
If anarchy is not legally mandating that I accept a worthless piece of paper as payment, maybe those guys are on to something...
So if government doesn't print your money, it is anarchy (your term for chaos)?
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Just War Theory and ISIS

TabSpangler Wrote: Sep 15, 2014 2:41 PM
Steve, I appreciate how you admitted to Tom Woods that libertarians were right about Iraq and we all need to be more skeptical. Please keep that in mind before you promote another round over there. While I also appreciate the tenets of just war theory, they are so ambiguous that it can be used to justify BOTH sides of virtually every war. This means it ends up promoting war more than its purpose of limiting it.
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Just War Theory and ISIS

TabSpangler Wrote: Sep 15, 2014 2:06 PM
Roy will send someone else while spending someone else's money to fight bad guys in a place where he won't be inconvenienced in the slightest. Good plan.
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Nixon's Vindication

TabSpangler Wrote: Sep 09, 2014 8:25 AM
There is nothing defensive about current foreign policy.
I'm assuming that the real point of all this is to make sure they can avoid taking heat for droning another US citizen without going through the process of convicting them of a crime first.
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Ignorance Fuels the Calls for War

TabSpangler Wrote: Sep 04, 2014 4:26 PM
"Too concerned about civilian casualties." ^ Said one million dead Iraqi's later...^
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