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May 24, 2023

Durham Report: The FBI Is as Bad as You Feared, Maybe Worse

If you believe there was, or is, a “deep state” of bureaucrats, Washington insiders and power brokers who operate outside the law and do pretty much whatever they want, in this case you were right. Chalk up one for the conspiracy theorists. 

May 18, 2023

Even in Conservative Texas, Lawmakers Limit Free Market

Spirits regulation is just another policy area in which reality doesn’t match the rhetoric from supposedly free-market, limited-government Texas politicians.

May 9, 2023

Weed and Greed: How Marijuana Taxation Went Up in Smoke

Greedy politicians always push for high tax rates, which leads to gaming the system or illegal activity. Greed leads to more greed, and especially with weed.

May 3, 2023

Biden's Health and the Threat of an AI Presidential Campaign

It sounds a bit farfetched, voters could ultimately be voting for the clone they see in ads, rather than the candidate they don’t see.

April 26, 2023

Team Biden Looks for an Excuse to Impose Price Controls

A new working group has been tasked with redefining the Bayh-Dole Act’s march-in rights.

April 25, 2023

Why Democrats Should Support a Work Requirement for Welfare

Ensuring those who don’t need help stay out of the program means there is more money and time available to provide assistance for those who do need help.

April 18, 2023

No, Biden Can't Let 'Dreamers' Join ObamaCare

The Biden administration plans, without congressional approval, to change the definition of those who are considered lawfully present in the United States to include Dreamers.

April 11, 2023

Isn't the Social Security Trust Fund Already Broke?

The Trustees warn us that when the OASI Trust Fund runs out around 2033, incoming payroll tax revenue will be able to cover only about 77 cents of each Social Security dollar owed. Seniors won’t be happy about that.

April 4, 2023

Government Bureaucracies Can't Supervise Our Banks. Here's a Private Sector Alternative

Private insurance companies, which are liable for paying claims, have the economic incentive to assess and efficiently price risk. Expanding their role, rather than the FDIC’s, is the better policy option.

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