Short essays about freedom under our Constitution. Articles investigate taxes and labor market freedom, health care, financial fraud, secrecy, torture, and citizens’ right of revolution. Explores our obligation to replace illegitimate government, and how to advance liberty through secession and civil disobedience. Begins with a review of JFK and the Unspeakable by James Douglass. Essays include Lincoln’s Legacy and the Path Ahead, Revolution and the Second Amendment, Morally Hazardous Banks, Garden Variety Totalitarianism, Bring on the Rabble Rousers, Outside the Gates, and Freedom in Danger.
Analysis of the war in Iraq as it entered its middle stages in 2004 and 2005. Investigates the war’s mistakes, poor reasoning, and catastrophic consequences. Analyzes why the Iraq war was misdirected from the start. Important reading for people interested in United States foreign policy: why the war occurred, how to correct the mistake, what to do as we look ahead. Essays include Consequentialist Reasoning, Scale of International Morality, Sadness on Sunday, Evil or Incompetent: Wrong Either Way, The Big Picture, Time to Rethink, Take Responsibility, and War’s End.
Childhood Dreams (author & editor)
Friendship Farm (author & editor)
Ugly War (illustrated)
I Tell You: Stories from Jesus’ Life (editor)
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