What has 'victory' achieved?

by Harry Browne -- On Sept. 11, foreign terrorists killed several thousand people by destroying the World Trade Center and damaging the Pentagon. Some people considered this a criminal act – not more…

What kind of century
will this be?

by Harry Browne -- It's natural to wonder what kind of year 2002 will be – for you, for America, and for the world. But I find myself still wondering what kind more…

Less government
equals less crime

by Harry Browne -- When problems are revealed in health care, education, or some other social area, liberals immediately cry out for more government – even if the problems were caused by more…

The Bush coup d'etat

by Harry Browne -- In 1932, Franklin Roosevelt was elected promising a 25 percent reduction in the federal budget, an end to deficits and the restoration of a sound dollar. Within eight more…

Secret trials endanger security

by Harry Browne -- Why are the Bill of Rights, open trials, the rule of law and the traditional American rules of evidence important? Two reasons: If an innocent person is convicted more…

Brute force not a solution

by Harry Browne -- The attacks between Palestinians and Israelis this past week have dominated the news. There are two very important points we can learn from these events:  Israelis and Palestinians more…

Who gave your rights away?

by Harry Browne -- Many conservatives, liberals and libertarians are protesting the numerous invasions of your liberty that Congress and the Bush administration have imposed during the past two months. But without more…

I love America – do you?

by Harry Browne -- I love America. I love every concept the Statue of Liberty stands for – that individual liberty is held above the objectives of government – that, as Washington more…

Isn't it time for the truth?

by Harry Browne -- It is time for President Bush to stop cheerleading and speak the truth. He said last Thursday, "This great nation will never be intimidated. Life in America is more…

Preventing future terrorism

by Harry Browne -- How can we prevent future terrorist attacks? The first step is a foreign policy that rests on a simple principle: We're prepared to defend ourselves, but we threaten more…