Archive for February, 2019
Does Ideological Dystopia Await Us?

Imagine a world in which the great majority has no respect for facts or for truth of any sort, where ideological convictions rule almost everyone’s understanding of the world, where truth has become an endangered rhetorical species on the brink of extinction.

University of California Still Bulking Up on Diversity Bureaucrats

The vice chancellor for diversity, equity, and inclusion position is completely unnecessary and defies California law.

FDA Panel Backs Ketamine-Based Treatment for Depression

Despite its exciting potential, esketamine is receiving significantly more attention for being similar to the street drug ketamine.

A New Ally in the Quest for Honest Reporting

It’s no secret that the media are in bad shape and that is particularly true in California.

In Sacramento County, Bureaucrats “Correct” Their Error with Property Tax Clawback

The county ought to eat the mistake and keep their hands out of taxpayers’ pockets.

How Did Liberty Fare at Oscars 2019?

Defenders of freedom, individual liberty, and human dignity had a good night at the 2019 Oscars.

The Federal Government’s Great American Cheese Stockpile

Rather than reduce dairy subsidies, the USDA has been paying to have surplus milk made into cheese.

Amazon in New York? I’m with AOC

Make up all the justifications you want, but the deal was just another example of crony capitalism.

Let Competition, Not Politicians, Bring Insulin Prices Down

Evidence suggests that competition, not politicians, would provide the best chance to help diabetics obtain their life-prolonging medication.

My Personal Trade Deficit Is Killing Me—or So Trump Would Have You Believe

President Trump’s trade policies don’t match up with basic economic principles.

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