Killing the death tax

by Harry Browne -- The debate continues over whether to repeal the estate tax (better known as the death tax). Proponents of repeal say that: The tax is being imposed a second more…

Conservatives looking more like liberals every day

by Harry Browne -- Once upon a time, liberals in the Democratic Party were the principal defenders of individual freedom against big government. The champions of liberty -- people like Thomas Jefferson, more…

Do you have too much freedom?

by Harry Browne -- Many people are trying to figure out where George Bush is coming from. On the one hand, he seems to stand up for conservatives by backing John Ashcroft more…

It's still the economy, stupid!

by Harry Browne -- Now that Bill Clinton is no longer our president, does this mean we've heard the last of the Clinton myths about the economy? Probably not. I'm talking about more…

Aiding and abetting Republicans?

by Harry Browne -- The Republicans never run out of excuses, never run out of reasons you have to vote for them, never run out of ways to betray you and still more…

Should we give George Bush another chance?

by Harry Browne -- WorldNetDaily Publisher Joseph Farah received a lot of flak from readers when he suggested that the Bush presidency may be considerably less than what you dream of. The more…

The president's first day in office

by Harry Browne -- On Wednesday, Joseph Farah told us what he would do if he were the new president. He focused mainly on whom he'd appoint to his cabinet, but I'd more…

Florida: Now you know how government operates

by Harry Browne -- The Florida ballot fiasco has produced at least one valuable benefit: It has shown us exactly how government actually operates. Almost everyone watching the news from Florida can more…

Spoiler for Gore?

by Harry Browne -- As the Libertarian presidential candidate, I'm often asked how I'd feel if I took enough votes from George W. Bush to throw the election to Al Gore. Although more…

7 ways to make your neighborhood safer

by Harry Browne -- America's crime rate has risen almost continually for the past 35 years. Very little of the great plans to reverse the trend -- whether mandatory sentences or more more…