NATO’s Pointless Existence & China’s Team up with Russia on $55 Billion Fuel Pipeline — United States’ Fault?

The United States — in lieu of constitutional principles that advocate non-entangling alliances based on peace, commerce, and honest friendship with other nations — made “the enemy of my enemy is my friend” a cornerstone of its foreign policy.

Socialism and the Federal Reserve – Greater prosperity?

Rather than intervene in the affairs of nations abroad through wasteful spending, unabashed coercion, unconstitutional military force, and strategic bombings that displace countless people, Americans can consider the idea of less government as being the most sound option in strengthening their economy and in fortifying the United States’ ability to defend its own borders (instead of having its military forces spread too thin around the globe).