Inhofe-Toomey sequester alternative takes shape
“We certainly aren’t going to give the Obama administration a blank check to make cuts.”
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.
Is Student-Loan Bubble Starting to Pop?
For-profit colleges close after feds turn off easy loan spigot.
If you Lobby for Your ObamaCare Bailout, You can Keep it
Usually, there are two ways to tell if the company you’re working for is in trouble: You have too much to do or too little. If you have too much to do, there is a chance your company doesn’t manage | Read More »
Promoters of Renewable Energy Failed to Account for the Return of Cheap Oil
This piece originally appeared at The Washington Times. The green energy movement in America is dead. May it rest in peace. No, a majority of American energy over the next 20 years is not going to come from windmills and | Read More »
The Sixteenth Amendment Was a Mistake
The week before April 15 my latest book was published, titled “End the IRS Before it Ends US – How to Restore a Low Tax, High Growth, Wealthy America.”
The timing was exquisite. The title drew two questions: Can you really mean getting rid of the IRS? Don’t we need some agency collecting federal taxes?
Obama’s Hidden Taxes Crushing Economic Growth
When I came to Washington years ago, I had a revolutionary glimmer in my eye. I hated big government and I wanted to join a political movement to dismantle it.
Obama’s NSA Spying Program Declared Illegal
President Obama’s program to spy on all Americans has been declared illegal by a federal court of appeals. This is a very interesting development considering that Congress is weeks away from having to deal with expiring provisions of the so-called | Read More »
Exposed: Egypt’s Institutionalized Persecution of Coptic Christians
In a 25-minute interview on Arabic satellite TV with Dr. Mona Roman, Coptic Christian Bishop Agathon fully exposed the plight of his Christian flock in Minya, Egypt—a region that has a large Coptic minority that is steadily under attack.
Urban Redevelopment Back With Few Protections
Bill does little to limit agencies’ ability to float debt, use eminent domain
Intellectual Property Issues Are Too Important for Name Calling
If you’ve seen any discussions of patents and copyrights lately, you’ve probably heard a good deal of name-calling, including terms such as “patent trolls” and “crony capitalism.”