Justin Raimondo

Justin Raimondo is editorial director of Antiwar.com.  He is the author of Reclaiming the American Right: The Lost Legacy of the Conservative Movement and An Enemy of the State: The Life of Murray N. Rothbard.

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  • July 2013

    Killing the Invader

    When I moved out to Sonoma County’s “wine country,” I knew there’d be wildlife—you know, birds, and maybe a few raccoons, and then of course there are all those horses in the field across the street.

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  • June 2013

    The Specter of History

    There are ghosts in this house. Yes, more than one, I think. Of course, I don’t believe in ghosts—except that I can hear them.

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  • May 2013

    A Revolutionary Who Wasn't

    The death of Hugo Raphael Chávez Frías provoked cries of “Hallelujah!” from pundits on the right. Michael Moynihan, writing in the Daily Beast (the internet incarnation of Newsweek), jeered “Good riddance!” while he danced on the Venezuelan strongman’s grave.

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  • Forgetting Prisoner X
    April 2013

    Forgetting Prisoner X

    In the early months of 2010, a prisoner was brought to one of Israel’s most secure prisons, the Ayalon facility in Ramla, and put in a cell designed to hold the murderer of Yitzhak Rabin. None of the prison personnel were told so much as his name, nor was anything known about his alleged crime.

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  • March 2013

    Neocons in the Dock

    The nomination of Chuck Hagel as secretary of defense has sparked a firestorm of opposition from Israel’s fifth column in the United States. It is a useful example of just how the Jewish state’s parasitic relationship with America works.

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  • February 2013

    Death Becomes Him

    When 20-year-old Adam Lanza walked into Sandy Hook Elementary School and murdered 26 people, most of them children, after killing his own mother at home, the nation went into one of its periodic orgies of recrimination.

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  • January 2013

    Petitioning Satan

    Talk of secession is in the air. A number of internet petitions from several states, asking to be allowed to leave the Union, have garnered tens of thousands of signatures.

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  • December 2012

    Dashed Hopes and Neocons

    For once, we actually had a candidate, but as Ron Paul retires and his son does his best to sully the family brand name, the future of the movement he inspired is in doubt.

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  • November 2012

    Surprised by Believers

    The original building, Old St. Patrick’s, is down the street from the usurper, crouching in the shadows, dreaming of the days when a Roman Catholic church could never have been mistaken for a flying saucer.

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  • October 2012

    Friendly Reminders

    A fine summer day it was, and as I walked down my quiet country road I smugly congratulated myself for being unafraid of any bills that might lie waiting in the darkness of the rusty old mailbox.

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  • September 2012

    Get On My Lawn

    “Hey, why don’t you get out there and mow the lawn?” How many times had I heard that refrain? Through all the days of my youth, it seemed.

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  • August 2012

    Prophecies Fulfilled

    Ray Bradbury’s passing, at the age of 91, evokes sadness and nostalgia for the lost world of my youth.

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  • July 2012

    Approval and Gay Marriage

    There’s no doubt the President’s endorsement of gay “marriage” was stage-managed: The timing was the key. He did it hours after the news that North Carolinians had voted to put a ban on the practice in their state constitution.

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  • June 2012

    One of Them

    I’ve always found “white nationalism” to be an unsavory phenomenon, a reductionist and grossly materialist (in the Marxist sense) ideology with a deservedly bad reputation.

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  • May 2012

    Cato, Crane, and Koch

    Charles Koch was standing in line, waiting for his greaseburger...The place was smoky, unappetizing, and cheap. So what was one of the richest men in country doing there? He was waiting for his lunch, just like the rest of us.

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  • April 2012

    There Goes the Neighborhood

    Aside from the natural process of decay, which besets all things—especially houses—there is my own natural desire for elaboration, for new and higher fortifications with which to adorn the castle.

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  • March 2012

    Paul's Last Hurrah

    At this point it is clear that Rep. Ron Paul is not going to be the presidential nominee of the Republican Party. Yet it seems likely that he will outlast all his rivals but for Romney, and that he will have a substantial bloc of delegates at the convention.

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  • February 2012

    An Action Program

    What is a populist? This much used (and abused) term has gone through several American incarnations.

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  • Time to Start Naming Names
    January 2012

    Time to Start Naming Names

    To survey the state of the American right—its friends, its enemies, its controversies—is to be nearly convinced we are living in Nietzsche’s nightmare world of “eternal recurrence.”

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  • December 2011

    Confessions of a Serial Homebuyer

    I’ve bought three houses in as many years, and sold two of them. Having been excluded from participating in the housing bubble by extreme poverty, I suppose I’ve been making up for lost time.

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