In my column Wednesday about Ron Paul and Ronald Reagan, I dug up from the Reason archives some tart and early pessimism (circa the March 1981 issue) from then-Reason columnist Murray N. Rothbard, the influential economist/philosopher who nabbed a dedication in Ron Paul's latest book (and is prominently featured in Senior Editor Brian Doherty's history…
Liberty activists in the Free State have a new tool in their arsenal – it’s called “Shire Mock Trial,” and if you’re a good person who is being prosecuted for disobeying a bad law in NH, we’d like to help you prepare for your day in court!
The only thing that this debate had in common with the rest of the Republican debates was that the moderators did not moderate, and that Ron Paul walked away as the only candidate to provide any substance…once again.
Stories like this don't come around often. A female police officer says she received credible information from “multiple sources” implicating two police officers in the murder of a TV news anchor in 1995. Rather than investigate her lead, the police fired her.
Cops find a man experiencing a diabetic seizure, rather than call for medical help they chose to strike him with a baton and handcuff him, only because he started to bleed from his head, the cops decided to call paramedics. When the paramedics arrived, they found the man's diabetes card and administered treatment, the man…
A Ron Paul fan was kind enough to string together all of his answers at the Republican presidential debate at the Reagan Library Wednesday night, including his back and forth with Rick Perry over Paul's alleged abandonment of Reagan. A Reuters photographer caught Perry emphatically talking to Paul during a break, grabbing his arm and…
Following the debate, who do you now see as the Republican front-runner?
Pictures taken during a commercial break in last night’s GOP debate at the Reagan Presidential Library suggest that Texas Governor Rick Perry attempted to physically intimidate Congressman Ron Paul, prompting Paul’s security to intervene.
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A Las Cruces woman has been charged $1,122 by a local hospital for a forcible body cavity search ordered by the Metro Narcotics Agency that did not turn up any illegal substances. The woman, who has no criminal history in New Mexico, was in custody for several hours. She was not charged with any crime.