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You can revive Armistice Day

By Perry Willis November 11th used to be called Armistice Day. Americans celebrated that day in memory of the moment when the First World War ended on the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month in 1918. Please understand… Armistice Day was a valuable holiday! It reminded people of the biggest mistake the political class ever made …

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How you can see through pro-war claims

How were we right after 9/11, when most of the supposed experts got it wrong? We want to share a few mental tools you can use to protect yourself when politicians make claims about the need for war. These tools will empower you to always see right through the political and regime media claims. We do this today because… The …

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Ending failed wars with the Zero Aggression Principle

Taxation violates the Zero Aggression Principle. This means that every form of governance must be voluntarily funded, including national defense. But people wonder – perhaps even you – how much defense spending is required, and can voluntary funding really meet the need? The best answer is actually simple. The amount of defense spending should be defined by what citizens want …

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The Cuban Missile Crisis was a fraud

By Perry Willis That time U.S. politicians almost blew up the world for no reason… Once upon a time, politicians in Superpower A installed nuclear missiles on the border of Superpower B. The politicians in Superpower B then risked nuclear war to get those missiles removed. You may assume I’m talking about the nukes the Soviets placed in Cuba in …

What if World War Two had been voluntarily funded?

By Perry Willis This article will… Remind you of the verdicts reached in my previous eight articles about past U.S. wars. Conduct a thought experiment, to evaluate how World War Two might have gone differently had the U.S. replaced taxation with voluntary funding. The results achieved by past U.S. wars I’ve shown that no U.S. foreign wars had good outcomes. …

Was World War Two a good war?

By Perry Willis This is the seventh installment in a series of articles reviewing U.S. wars and interventions. I am trying to demonstrate four things… Most U.S. wars have made the world a worse place, and Americans less free and secure. The claim that U.S. soldiers “defended freedom” is sweet-sounding but false. Our “patriotic holidays” should honor soldiers without mischaracterizing …

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Did U.S. policies foster the rise of radical Islam?

By Perry Willis   This is the sixth installment in a series of articles reviewing U.S. wars and interventions. I am trying to demonstrate four things… Most U.S. wars have made the world a worse place, and Americans less free and secure. The claim that U.S. soldiers “defended freedom” is sweet-sounding but false. Our “patriotic holidays” should honor soldiers without …

Was Adolf Hitler Woodrow Wilson’s love child?

By Perry Willis This is the fifth installment in a series of articles reviewing U.S. wars and interventions. I am trying to demonstrate four things… Most U.S. wars have made the world a worse place, and Americans less free and secure. The claim that U.S. soldiers “defended freedom” is sweet-sounding but false. Our “patriotic holidays” should honor soldiers without mischaracterizing …