David S. D’Amato

David S. D’Amato is an attorney, businessman, and independent researcher. He is a Policy Advisor to the Future of Freedom Foundation and a regular opinion contributor to The Hill. His writing has appeared in Forbes, Newsweek, Investor’s Business Daily, RealClearPolitics, The Washington Examiner, and many other publications, both popular and scholarly. His work has been cited by the ACLU and Human Rights Watch, among others.

The Antiauthoritarians of the First International

Yemen, Palestine and the End of US Legitimacy

The Ambiguity of Competition, Reconsidered

There’s No Free Press Without a Free Assange

Power and Punishment in the Construct of Terrorism

The Space of Possibilities: Josiah Warren and the Anarchist Imagination

The FBI’s Long History of Criminalizing Dissent

Scenes From an Apartheid Regime

15 Ways to Practice Anarchism

The Mechanics of Exploitation

GDP and the Idolatry of Growth

Financial Crisis and the Question of Scale

Biomedical Empire and Science as a Social Practice

Do We Know Apartheid When We See It?

The Ambiguity of Competition

Ukraine Pays the Price for Great Power Tantrums

Defining “Disinformation”: Toward an Anti-Authoritarian Left

The Enduring Land Question

Rethinking Progress in a Time of Crisis

GameStop, Capitalism and Freedom

What is Anarchism?

Abolish the Prison System

Who is a Capitalist?

A Bloodstained Legacy: Police Violence and the Fourth Amendment

The Black Hole of the American Injustice System

The Corporate Welfare Bank of the United States