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California Drivers Taken for Ride by Liberal Billionaire Tom Steyer
So Tom Steyer wants to bail out California’s troubled university system with a 10 percent oil extraction tax.
Rather Than Make a Bad Bill Look More Like a Good Bill – Just Pass the Good Bill
Some in government are yet again using a tiny private sector problem to allegedly justify a massive government private sector invasion. Proposed is a huge government hammer. To obliterate – a gnat.
Exposed: Obama’s Policies to Empower ISIS
For months, many Western observers have been closely following the minute-by-minute developments concerning the battle between Islamic State and coalition forces in the hopes that such data will help them discern what the future may hold.
Capital Punishment’s Slow Death
Without a definitive judicial ruling or other galvanizing event, a perennial American argument is ending. Capital punishment is withering away.
Knowing What We Know Now, Would You Say Jeb Bush Is Retarded?
Was Jeb Bush too busy watching telenovelas during his brother’s presidency to remember the Iraq War?
Patriot Act Drama in the Senate
First, I want the government to stop issuing General Warrants so they can’t look at whom I call and for how long.
Next, I would like the battle of Kentucky raging right now between Senators Rand Paul versus Mitch McConnell to result in a big win for Rand Paul and the Bill of Rights.
Internet Music Streaming On Trial
In my fresh-out-of-college days, one of my best friends was a DJ for an FM rock radio station, and sometimes, I would go to the station and hang with him while he did his show.
Will Congress Finally Defend Its Constitutional Turf – to Stop the EPA’s Assault on Water?
It is an empirical fact – a metaphysical certitude. Government overreaches.
Is Student-Loan Bubble Starting to Pop?
For-profit colleges close after feds turn off easy loan spigot.
The Amtrak Crash: When Government is Ideological Instead of Lawful and Logical
Last week’s deadly Amtrak crash was absolutely horrendous.