Archive for June, 2019
New Spying Charges Against WikiLeaks Founder Demand Espionage Act Reforms

If the new Assange indictment is any indication, the commitment to freedom of the press may be changing under Trump.

Trump’s Executive Orders Won’t Lower Healthcare Prices, but Deregulation Will

Will using the power of the executive branch bring healthcare prices down? Recent events suggest otherwise.

California Public College Bosses Still up to Hidden Money Tricks

“The California State University stashed away $1.5 billion in discretionary reserves,” the Sacramento Bee reports.

No Spending Growth Restraint in Sight on Capitol Hill

The one thing politicians and bureaucrats can absolutely do well is to spend exactly as much money as they say they will.

Anna Is All Action in Quest for Personal Freedom

Anna is not just another stylish, action drama. The movie is all those and more: a paean to the human spirit and its innate quest for freedom.

Can Trump Cut the Office of Personnel Management, or Any Federal Agency?

Cutting the OPM would be a good start, so taxpayers should watch carefully how President Trump makes out with that. 

Shattering Federal Bureaucrats’ Shield of Executive Immunity

Executive immunity shields, not just the bureaucrats, but can also their entire departments from being held truly accountable.

Right-to-Try Legislation Helps Patient Battling Bone Cancer

With 42 million US citizens suffering from a terminal illness or knowing someone with one, it’s a fight that affects us all.

Governor’s Appointed Commission Boosts Ruling-Class Pay Raises

The raise is not based on any performance measure, and that is also true for government employee unions.

California Air Resources Board Evades Public Oversight

Whatever Mary Nichols is trying to hide can’t be good for California taxpayers.

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