Jacob G. Hornberger

Jacob G. Hornberger is founder and president of The Future of Freedom Foundation.

Cuba and Vietnam, What’s the Difference?

The Anti-Russian Paranoia

Immigration Hypocrisy on the Border

America’s Immigration Surveillance State

Dissolve the Pentagon for Its Nuclear Antics

Alex Jones Got What a Deserved: a Libertarian Perspective

Hiroshima, Nagasaki and Ukraine

Russia’s Draft and the US’s Draft Registration

Why Do Republicans Support Sanctions on Venezuela?

Right-Wing Hypocrisy on DeSantis’s Clownish Thuggery

How Did America Survive Without an Espionage Act?

The Assassination of Ayman al-Zawahri

Trump and the Fifth

Repeal the Espionage Act

U.S. Audacity on Brittney Griner

Conservative Hypocrisy Over Brittney Griner

Coming Full Circle With a Renewed Cold War Racket

You Can’t Count on the Police

Assange Should Put the Pentagon and the CIA on Trial

What If the US Had Invaded Ukraine

Restore Our Republic

Our Immigration Police State

An Ideal Foreign Policy

Why the US War on Cuba?

Is Ukraine a US Proxy War Against Russia?

The U.S. Government Will Be Responsible for Ukraine Deaths

Abolish NATO

The Fear of Those Still-Secret CIA Records on the JFK Assassination

Using Assange to Send a Three-Part Message

The Real Lesson of the Afghanistan Disaster

Colin Powell, Iraq and the “Good War”

Crocodile Tears for Women’s Rights in Afghanistan

An Old Soldier’s Denial on Afghanistan

Interventionism Gave Us Afghanistan and Iraq

Will Biden Have Blood on His Hands in Afghanistan?

Why the Embargo Against Cuba?

Biden and the Manufacturing of Big Official Enemies

U. S. Lies and Deaths in Afghanistan

Egypt and the Destruction of Civil Liberties in America

A Question for Every Parent: Is US Foreign Intervention Worth It?

Leave Us All Alone! We Can’t Breathe!

The Conservative Malaise

The Military’s Distintegrating Family Life

Was Killing Iraqi Children Worth It?

Hillary in Waco

American Soldiers Will Pay the Price for Bush’s Torture Policy

Stop Meddling in Pakistan!

Nothing Can Morally Justify the Invasion of Iraq

The War on Telephone Privacy

The Failed Legacy of Interventionism