Paul Rosenberg


The End of the Great American Fantasy

Through all of my life there has been an odd and persistent bias on the part of otherwise honest Americans: What America does overseas is always good and right. We do not speak against it. The protests against the Vietnam War were an exception to this, of course, but that break from tradition involved less […]

Why the Banksters Don’t Care About Your Gold

I regularly hear how important it is to hold silver and gold and how dangerous the central banks and...

My Look Inside the United Nations

Life is a lot more entertaining with cool friends. In 1999, my friend Henry Lamb mentioned that he had...

Jefferson’s Final Warnings

People remember Thomas Jefferson for the Declaration of Independence, which he wrote in 1776. A few will remember that...

The Secret Appeal of Politics

The Internet is full of stories about politicians acting badly and doing the opposite of what they promised. Talk...

A Way to Prove We’re All Born Libertarian

We’re all born knowing the truth, but by the time you’re four or five years old, they’ve beaten it...

Two Ways the Bitcoin “Crackdown” Could End

I read a story recently about a group of dandies who want to “help regulate Bitcoin, for its own...