“The society that puts equality before freedom will end up with neither. The society that puts freedom before equality will end up with a great measure of both.” — Milton Friedman

National Popular Vote Has Terrible Consequences

Think national popular vote (NPV) is a good thing? Well, it isn’t. In fact, it’s a catastrophe wherever it’s implemented. It destroys something the Left...

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Only one way for Dems to win in November

From the Ace of Spades blog, Morning Report: The only way they even have a shot is if they outright reject: Green New Deals no...

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Bloomberg Says The Midwest Isn’t Intelligent Enough To Understand Trans Rights

If this video goes viral, and oh do I hope it does, we can forget about Bloomberg becoming president. It’s from 2016 when he was...

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Intelligence helps us understand metaphors

A lack of intelligence makes us weird.

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NYC Residents Noticing That Crime Is Up, Not Down

Elections matter. When people use their freedom to elect leaders who do not share their view on law an order they get what they should...

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Four Types of people like socialism

Four types of people like socialism: People in government who think they can spend other people’s money better than those who earned the money. People not in...

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A million new trees? We’re gonna need more CO2

Trump  plans to plant one million new trees next year. Sounds good to me, I like trees. Especially the shade they make. But trees need...

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Moving on down the line…Time gone by

The Flying Scotsman provided rail service between Edinburgh and London from 1887 to 1922. It was the fastest train to cover the 393 miles in 8.5...

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The Impeachment Trial in the Senate — On the Lighter Side

A quick recap of the impeachment trial in the Senate. It’s clever, and very good. The cinematography is amazing. Watch:

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Letter to a young woman — inflicted true believer in man-made climate change

I was having an email discussion with a young woman about some furry critters in the wild we both like. She was disheartened by her...

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Riots Over Increased Energy Costs to Address Climate Change

Even if you believe human activity drives climate change (I don’t) you should not believe that governments can battle climate change by increasing energy costs....

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For Capital Punishment — Crime and the Morality of the Death Penalty

Just finished this great book written by Walter Berns in 1979. I support the death penalty and wanted to fortify my ability to meet arguments...

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