If we want to protect our rights, we would do well to remember why the American Founders designed our constitutionally limited government as they did.
Almost two centuries ago Tocqueville observed that the “political world is metamorphosed [and] new remedies must henceforth be sought for new disorders.”
The “rights” to “free” education and medical service come from the 1936 Constitution of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics.
Do we want Congress to have the power to demand the tax returns of anyone who criticizes those in Congress? That is the power they claim to have now.
On this Fourth of July, Americans are polarized even on the merits of the nation’s Independence.
Congress should repeal the 2001 AUMF and allow its members to examine individually each of the numerous U.S. wars being prosecuted in far flung places.
Congress should repeal all those Trump tariffs and refuse to allow the president to impose more.
Backing down on the wall and blaming it on the Democrats will cost him nothing politically.
Expanding education options through education savings accounts would help students and taxpayers alike.
Yesterday, the U.S. Supreme Court (5-4) upheld the right of employers and employees to agree to submit disputes to one-on-one arbitration. The decision is NLRB v. Murphy Oil USA, Inc. This is a great victory for the right of contract and opting out of the government courts in favor of private dispute resolving entities. I really...
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