December 10, 2018

Pearl Harbor: The Day the Tyrant FDR Succeeded in Getting the US into WWII

Today is the 77th anniversary of the day the tyrant FDR succeeded in getting the U.S. into WWII, over… [more]

Pearl Harbor: The Day the Tyrant FDR Succeeded in Getting the US into WWII Pearl Harbor: The Day the Tyrant FDR Succeeded in Getting the US into WWII

The Best Argument Against Minimum Wage Laws: You Don’t Own Other People

With Democrats about to take control of the House, it is likely we will see an increase in the federal… [more]

The Best Argument Against Minimum Wage Laws: You Don’t Own Other People The Best Argument Against Minimum Wage Laws: You Don't Own Other People

Some real “politically incorrect” talk on Veterans Day

I’m told the former Armistice Day, co-opted by the warfare state to celebrate war rather than its absence,… [more]

Some real “politically incorrect” talk on Veterans Day Some real “politically incorrect” talk on Veterans Day

21 Months Later, Nothing in DC Has Changed Under Trump

Despite 21 straight months of screaming headlines from both anti-Trump and pro-Trump media, virtually… [more]

21 Months Later, Nothing in DC Has Changed Under Trump 21 Months Later, Nothing in DC Has Changed Under Trump

Tucker Carlson Feeling the Bern Illustrates Conservatism’s Hostility to Free Markets

Tucker Carlson is feeling the Bern on at least one well-established left-wing narrative: that corporations… [more]

Tucker Carlson Feeling the Bern Illustrates Conservatism’s Hostility to Free Markets Tucker Carlson Feeling the Bern Illustrates Conservatism’s Hostility to Free Markets

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Pearl Harbor: The Day the Tyrant FDR Succeeded in Getting the US into WWII

Today is the 77th anniversary of the day the tyrant FDR succeeded in getting the U.S. into WWII, over the wishes of the people who elected him. Ironically, Roosevelt’s excuse for seizing Japanese assets and cutting off their oil was Japan’s brutal occupation of China, begun with the support and encouragement of Roosevelt’s own cousin just […]

The Best Argument Against Minimum Wage Laws: You Don’t Own Other People

With Democrats about to take control of the House, it is likely we will see an increase in the federal minimum wage pass the lower chamber, even if it has no chance of becoming a law. We will just as surely hear opponents making completely sound economic arguments against minimum wage laws. Minimum wage laws cause […]

Some real “politically incorrect” talk on Veterans Day

I’m told the former Armistice Day, co-opted by the warfare state to celebrate war rather than its absence, is not the time to remind my fellow taxpayers that no war in the past seventy years has benefited them in any way whatsoever, much less preserved what freedom they have left. I disagree. What better time […]

21 Months Later, Nothing in DC Has Changed Under Trump

Despite 21 straight months of screaming headlines from both anti-Trump and pro-Trump media, virtually nothing about Washington, DC and it’s empire has changed. There are still US troops and their suppliers voraciously consuming taxes all over the world. Not a single regulatory agency has been eliminated or significantly cut. Entitlements continue their headlong sprint towards […]

Tucker Carlson Feeling the Bern Illustrates Conservatism’s Hostility to Free Markets

Tucker Carlson is feeling the Bern on at least one well-established left-wing narrative: that corporations are robbing everyday Americans by paying their workers so little that many of them qualify for food stamps or other welfare benefits. Thus, the founders of Amazon, Uber, Walmart, and other corporate behemoths get richer while taxpayers are forced to pay part […]

The Pledge of Allegiance is Un-American

An Atlanta, Georgia, charter school announced last week its intention to discontinue the practice of having students stand and recite the Pledge of Allegiance during its schoolwide morning meetings at the beginning of each school day, opting to allow students to recite the pledge in their classrooms instead. Predictably, conservatives were immediately triggered by this “anti-American” decision, prompting the […]

Progressives Want to Revive FDR’s Undemocratic Court-Packing Idea

Reeling in horror over President Trump’s nomination of Brett Kavanaugh (or whomever Trump may have picked) to replace retiring Justice Anthony Kennedy on the Supreme Court, there are now a slew of progressive liberals calling for implementation of one of the most undemocratic ideas in the history of the Democratic Party: FDR’s “court-packing” scheme. Roosevelt responded to the Court striking […]

Leave the Persians alone, President Trump

Mr. President, Just when you had us on our feet cheering your foreign policy courage in meeting with Kim Jong-Un and Vladimir Putin, with all of the Swamp against you, you send an all-caps tweet threatening war with Iran. I realize this appears to be the same tactic you used with Kim of North Korea – […]

Society is in every state a blessing, but government…

This thing we call “society,” which Thomas Paine correctly observed is separate and distinct from government, is basically an economic arrangement. The basis of and primary reason for society is people exchanging their various goods and services with each other. I wonder how many hundreds or thousands of years more it will take for people […]

Trump under siege by the PNAC crowd for seeking peace with Russia

Twenty-one years ago, Bill Kristol, Paul Wolfowicz, Donald Rumsfeld, Dick Cheney and a host of other “neoconservatives” collaborated on the “Project for the New American Century.” That produced, among other documents, “Rebuilding America’s Defenses” in which Thomas Donnelly posited the US had an opportunity after the fall of the Soviet Union to do whatever it […]

Jefferson and Madison: Regulating Immigration a Power “No Where Delegated to the Federal Government”

President Trump announced his second nomination to the Supreme Court on Monday. Perhaps as forward in the minds of conservatives as preserving the right to keep and bear arms, expressly protected from federal infringement by the Second Amendment, is how the new justice might rule on the Trump administration’s various immigration policies, decried by the […]