What would private giving be like if the taxman weren’t so greedy? Continue reading
Wisconsin recall, Minnesota day-care fight just a preview of muscle-flexing. Continue reading
There are plenty of ways a highly successful enterprise like the NFL could accomplish this privately. Continue reading
Conservatives prefer the latter. So did the nation’s founding fathers. Continue reading
Not long ago, former Labor Secretary and professor at the University of California-Berkeley (where else?) Robert Reich released a few talking points quickly picked up by the left wing blogosphere as gospel. Titled “The Seven Biggest Economic Lies,” Reich purports to show how misguided we free market types really are by clinging to the outdated virtues of economic freedom. Alas, the only anachronism is Reich’s redistributionist philosophy which remains an article of faith among the liberal elite. For those of you with, oh, shall we say, a bit more intellectual curiosity, here’s a point-by-point rebuttal:
There is indeed a genuine right, but it’s being wildly interpreted. Continue reading
The obsession over abusive executive power has mysteriously vanished.
And we were worried about waterboarding? Continue reading