When did freedom become a hard sell?

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Another view on Trump

Many attribute Donald Trump’s recent political ascendancy as a reaction to the elite establishment of the Republican party showing a distaste for conservatism and its own conservative voters. While it’s true that disaffected Republican voters are strong Trump supporters, as … Continue reading

The Iran Deal — Déjà Vu all over again

Munich 1938 redux… Barack Obama is not Neville Chamberlain…Chamberlain actually wanted peace, he just didn’t know how to get it. … Continue reading

The old, tired, exhausted party

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Why the insurance industry wanted Obamacare

Obamacare gives big windfall to insurance companies as quality of healthcare declines. Estimates for 2016 show that insurance companies around the country are seeking premium rate increases of 20 percent to 40 percent or more, saying their new customers under … Continue reading

Carbon credits = carbon scam

Carbon Offsets Dramatically Increased Carbon Emissions. That’s the finding of a new report from the Stockholm Environment Institute, which investigated carbon credits used to offset greenhouse gas emissions under a UN scheme. As one of the co-authors of the report … Continue reading

Search for truth

“Truth would quickly cease to be stranger than fiction, once we got as used to it.” —H.L. Mencken On college campuses in America the truth is considered hate speech and must be suppressed. by the speech police. … Continue reading

Minimum wage laws hurt low-wage workers

Minimum wage laws reduce employment. By making it illegal for anyone to work for less than say, ten dollars per hour, government makes those who would only be employable at $8, $9, or $9.99 per hour unemployed. When those worth less than … Continue reading