Anything Peaceful Libertarians Need to Care about America's War on Immigration
The War on Immigrants is replacing the War on DrugsDavid Bier May 21, 2015
Restrictions on immigration are big government at its worst: over-militarization, over-criminalization, over-regulation, anti-market, and anti-liberty.
Anything Peaceful Cop Unions Say Demilitarization Threatens Police. They’re Wrong.
It's never been safer to be a cop, and machine guns won't helpDaniel Bier May 19, 2015
Don’t believe the unions’ hype. Cops don’t need battlefield gear to keep the peace or keep themselves safe.
Anything Peaceful Obama Bans Machine Guns, Tanks, Grenade Launchers Going to Local Cops
The decision is a big step against police militarizationDaniel Bier May 18, 2015
The White House just made the first significant reform to reverse the militarization local police.
Anything Peaceful Baltimore and the Rights of the Poor
A city is a web of trust that is tied together by mutual respect for rightsJason Kuznicki Apr 30, 2015
For a long time, the networks of trust and expectation in the city of Baltimore have been fraying because of lack of trust in the legal order.
Anything Peaceful Baltimore: A Legacy of Failed State Experiments
The city got the full brunt of state coercion, decade after decadeJeffrey A. Tucker Apr 29, 2015
We are witnessing the terrible costs of a failed worldview.
Anything Peaceful Pop Culture and the Imprisoning of America
The guards pretend to guard and the prisoners pretend to complyJeffrey A. Tucker Apr 28, 2015
The shift away from war-policing is so irresistible that even the President of the United States is distancing himself from his own administration.
Anything Peaceful How Cops' Extra Rights Shield Misconduct
Law enforcement "bill of rights" give police incredible protectionsWalter Olson Apr 27, 2015
Union contracts and special laws give police accused of misconduct a host of extra rights.
Anything Peaceful Sophia's Story: Fighting for a Happily Ever After
7 years old, 3 surgeries, and 1 banned treatmentAnything Peaceful Apr 24, 2015
Sophia struggles with chronic epilepsy. Doctors believe there may be a cure. So why won’t politicians allow her to try a safe treatment?
Anything Peaceful 15 Supreme Court Decisions that Shredded the Constitution
When the Court traded law and liberty for political expediencySean J. Rosenthal Apr 20, 2015
From Slaughter-House to Obamacare, the Supreme Court has often abdicated its responsibility to limit state power.
Freeman Article The Silk Road Back to Leviathan?
Does Dread Pirate Roberts’s fate destroy the dream of justice without the state?Robert P. Murphy Mar 25, 2015
In evaluating stateless experiments like Silk Road, we have to ask, “As compared with what?” Certainly not an ideal. Try comparing Ross Ulbricht with Richard Nixon in Indochina.