The real story behind the Ukraine-Russian war, and why the US is involved.
Tag - war
Less interest in the military means more interest on civilization’s capital accumulation.
We aren’t funding the Ukrainian army as an insurance policy against World War III.
Matt Kibbe talks to Chris Coyne, author of “In Search of Monsters to Destroy,” about the sometimes-hidden incentives that drive the political machine toward war at any cost.
There are many ironies in war. One of the darkest is that in the humane desire to mitigate civilian casualties, we increase our exterminating efficiency.
Hands and consciences get dirty in war, which is why it shouldn’t ever be tempted without just cause.
In this episode of The Constitution Line by Line, Senator Mike Lee covers Article I, Section 10: Limits on State Powers.
Matt Kibbe ran into several young persons from Ukraine who were eager to tell the world about what is going on in their country.