• The Private Sector Giveth - and Government Taketh Away

    The Private Sector Giveth – and Government Taketh Away

    It is – sadly, always – a clash of two titans. The private sector and government. There are claims made that it is – or can be – a symbiotic relationship. The free market and government – walking hand-in-hand into a brighter tomorrow.

  • GOP Fox Debate Preview: Trump, Jeb and Hillary Watch Your Back

    GOP Fox Debate Preview: Trump, Jeb and Hillary Watch Your Back

    Will The Donald come out swinging? Does Jeb Bush have a glass jaw?

  • Counties Are Failing to Keep Voter Rolls Clean

    Counties Are Failing to Keep Voter Rolls Clean

    Clarke County, Mississippi has more people registered to vote than are alive. And my firm, the Public Interest Legal Foundation, on behalf of the American Civil Rights Union (ACRU), is doing something about it.

  • Cover Oregon Scandal Illustrates the Arrogance and Audacity of Failed Big Government

    Cover Oregon Scandal Illustrates the Arrogance and Audacity of Failed Big Government

    Liberal Democrats had the audacity to believe that something as complex as providing health care to millions of citizens could be more effectively administered by government bureaucrats who had no experience or training in administration of this sector of the economy, than by the experienced and trained experts who managed the provision of health care in the private sector.

  • Voters to G.O.P.: We're Just Not That Into Immigrants

    Voters to G.O.P.: We’re Just Not That Into Immigrants

    For years, Republican candidates have been assured by their political consultants that amnesty is a runaway hit with the public.

  • How Uber and Small Dollar Lending are Disrupting the Status Quo

    How Uber and Small Dollar Lending are Disrupting the Status Quo

    Economics always finds a way. Especially in America where the entire system is founded on creatively providing needs to the society at large in hopes of profit.

  • Understanding Pollard: He is Not the Victim his Supporters Portray

    Understanding Pollard: He is Not the Victim his Supporters Portray

    Jonathan Pollard, the U.S. intelligence analyst who spied for Israel and was sentenced to life in prison, could be released as early as November, when he becomes eligible for mandatory parole, according to the Justice Department.

  • Governed by Zealots

    Governed by Zealots

    The government’s environmental rules defeat even environmentalists.

  • Why a Flat Tax Is the Right Way to Go on Taxes

    Why a Flat Tax Is the Right Way to Go on Taxes

    Last month Senator Rand Paul of Kentucky proposed blowing up the tax code and replacing our convoluted income tax system with a14.5 percent flat tax. This may be the most ambitious and pro-growth reform plan ever introduced since the income tax was introduced 100 years ago.

  • Why Donald Trump Is Leading The Republican Field

    Why Donald Trump Is Leading The Republican Field

    There is a simple reason why Donald Trump is leading the race nationally amongst the numerous Republicans vying for the nomination of their party. Voters are despondent, and angry, and looking for somebody different.