Anti-Trust Law and Lawlessness
We all make mistakes and some of us learn from them. What is even better is to learn from other people's mistakes, where they pay for those mistakes while we learn free of charge.
Walter E. Williams:
California's Water Problem
Californians are experiencing their third year of drought. Headlines read: "Current California Drought Is Driest In State's History; Scientists Fear 'Megadroughts' On Their Way." "Global Warming Upped Heat Driving California's Drought." Then there are scientific claims such as, "There's a rapidly growing body of scientific research finding that California is in the midst of its worst drought in over a millennium (and) global warming has made the drought worse."
The Real War on the Middle Class
One of the great ironies of American politics is that most politicians who talk about helping the middle class support policies that, by expanding the welfare-warfare state, are harmful to middle-class Americans. Eliminating the welfare-warfare state would benefit middle-class Americans by freeing them from exorbitant federal taxes, including the Federal Reserve's inflation tax.
Rioters And Looters Belong In Jail, In The Morgue Or On The Business End Of A Nightstick
Since Obama became President and started subtly supporting race-baiting and cop-hating, mob violence is back in style.
Bipartisanship Is Busting Out All Over
Like spring, bipartisanship is busting out all over. Even more so maybe: Washington in a time of alleged global warming is suffering through a chilly, wet springtime, but bipartisanship is sprouting up like gangbusters.
Puffed-up Leftist Tyranny Punishes Dissenters
Forget for a moment the ever-failing economy, the implosion of our foreign policy coherence, and our virtually unilateral withdrawal in the war on terror under Barack Obama's presidency. If liberty lovers don't start fighting back soon, we'll forfeit our freedom of thought and religious expression under the assault of fascist leftist activists in our culture.
About Those Smoking Guns
In January, Robert F. McDonnell, 71st governor of Virginia, was sentenced to two years in prison followed by two years of supervised release after his conviction on 11 counts of public corruption.
Why Is Pakistan More Legitimate than Israel?
Whenever I have received a call from a listener to my radio show challenging Israel's legitimacy, I have asked these people if they ever called a radio show to challenge any other country's legitimacy.
Biblical Values -- or Vegas Values?
Almost all of the declared and undeclared Republican candidates for 2016 could be found this weekend at one of two events, or both.
Sleazy Gun-Control Bureaucrats Shut Down Legendary Gun Range
One sneaky new way gun-control activists are taking away gun rights is by forcing gun ranges to shut down. By using vague words like unsafe, public nuisance, and creating new regulations that are impossible to adhere to, they have figured out how to get rid of them. Without ranges available for training and shooting practice, and increasingly fewer places in the wilderness left to shoot openly, it will be more difficult for people to own guns.
The Huckabee Show Hits The Road -- Again
Hail, hail, the gang's all here, but to what purpose? Mike Huckabee is showing symptoms of still another presidential campaign, and all the old familiar faces are back -- his daughter Sarah, his spokesflack Alice Stewart ... and they're not getting any younger. Is this going to be a presidential campaign?
The Real Immigration Issue Is Jobs
Congratulations to WorldNetDaily on its 18th anniversary. As an author, I'm so thankful to Joseph Farah and his staff for creating such an efficient route to communicate with millions of Americans. I am especially grateful to WND for tackling conservative issues every day so effectively.
The Court and Marriage
Well. I really can't believe I am saying this. The U.S. Supreme Court is poised to tell us what marriage means. Not speculate; not explain. Tell: as in, "Wipe that smile off your face and listen to what I'm telling you."
The National Council of Resistance of Iran President-Elect to Testify Before Congress
Congress intended the First Amendment to permit a wide range of opinions and views and produce a free exchange of ideas even if they are at odds with tradition.
Susan Stamper Brown:
Where Was God During the Nepal Earthquake?
As Americans mourn the loss of Grey's Anatomy's Dr. Dreamy, on the other side of the world people struggle to stay alive amidst the rubble from the 7.8-magnitude earthquake in Nepal that killed more than 4,000 people.
Dave Says: God Is Whispering to You
I was recently notified that I am one of the beneficiaries of a class action lawsuit against a previous employer. The amount I can receive is just $200, but I dont feel like this past employer wronged me in any way.
Physician-Assisted Suicide: An Inadequate and Unethical Response
From the flurry of state legal activity and heightened media coverage, many Americans are considering afresh the topic of assisted suicide.
Not Firing on All Cylinders
According to a Reuters poll of 85 economists, conducted just last week, "U.S. economic growth is set to rebound in the second quarter."
Law Firms Betray Their Principles When They Shun Unpopular Representation
The legal profession typically affirms its proud tradition of defending the unpopular. Lawyers will often agree to represent a reviled defendant because they understand that our adversarial system requires vigorous representation on both sides if justice is to prevail.
Strong Dollar, Slow Growth Complicate Fed Plans to Hike Interest Rates
Federal Reserve policymakers meet Tuesday to consider when to raise interest rates, but the strong dollar and inflation risks put them between a rock and a hard place.
Daniel J. Mitchell:
Dependency, Work Incentives, and the Growing Welfare State
A nations prosperity is determined by the quantity and quality of labor and capital that are productively utilized.
The ‘War on Women’ 2.0
As the 2016 presidential contest gathers steam one can already find Hillary Clinton out front and center claiming ownership of womanhood as her own personal campaign issue.
Making It Easy to Cheat
On a host of electoral integrity issues, the liberal position can be summarized in two words: enable cheating. You think thats too harsh?
Shred the Electoral Bucket List!
The White House Correspondents Association Dinner, usually a trove of good humor between the president and the fourth estate, dripped far too much Buttermilk Green Goddess dressing into the salad of cuts, jabs, and jibes.
The End of the Beginning
The NASDAQ may have just had the second most monumental breakthrough of a double top formation in stock market history.
6th Straight Negative New Orders Reading for Dallas Fed Manufacturing Survey
New orders in the Dallas Fed manufacturing survey came in negative for the sixth straight month today.
It’s Not Harassment If You Like It
Some conservatives fail to grasp the importance of the campus culture wars.