Discovered in Puerto Rico – at least 10 trailers full of food, medicine, and baby supplies that were left to rot as a result of government ineptitude in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria, recently reported the NYT. “Given the ongoing evidence of government’s inability to carry out even its most basic tasks, “why,” asks Michael […]
Progressive/liberals, like Vermont’s chief out-of-touch fruit loop Bernie Sanders, whine about income inequality till the cows come home. Sorry “Mr. Vermont,” the cows, thanks to your state’s mismanagement, no longer come home from a day outside. They are now confined inside all day in industrial farm prisons and stuffed with corn. Cows, by the way, […]
The scholars at Cato Institute have narrowed down the Top 5 freest states in America.
Originally posted June 1, 2012. The Iraq and Afghan wars have been a mistake for America, just as were the Korean and Vietnam disasters.Almost without exception, the entrenched politicians in Washington, bullied by big industry and Wall Street lobbyists, toe the military/industrial complex line. Bill Kristol is the leading cheerleader, and John Bolton and Joe […]
Originally posted November 9, 2012. Literally hours after the reelection of Barack Obama, the U.S. backed U.N. arms treaty talks. We’re looking at gun control here, pure and simple. Over coming weeks, you are going to read a lot of jive as to how the intent is not to jockey with your Second Amendment rights. […]
Originally posted June 12, 2013. Gun-free zones don’t make you safe – they make those wishing to steal your birthday safe. As Allysia Finley of The Wall Street Journal notes: But it’s also worth pointing out that the state of California and city of Los Angeles have among the strictest gun-control laws in the country. […]
You may be surprised at how far you need to scan your finger down the list to locate the United States in the Economic Freedom of the World: 2017 Annual Report co-published by the Cato Institute, the Fraser Institute in Canada and more that 70 think tanks around the world. The United States, which has […]
According to Chris Edwards, the director of tax policy studies at Cato Institute, the federal government is involving itself too much in the business of disaster recovery. Edwards writes that local authorities, along with the private sector, are in a better position to take lead roles in disaster recovery. Too much federal intervention could actually slow […]