News Commentary

Silence the Opposition, Control the Narrative

Contrary viewpoints used to be welcomed in a rational debate. In the clash of ideas, people won others over to their position. Those seeking the truth had an opportunity to find it. Today, the situation has changed radically. Emotions, feelings … Continue reading

Sin and Vice Do Not Belong in the GDP

Economics can be a brutal science. Its focus is limited to a particular part of human activity that deals with the process of wealth creation, acquisition, production, and consumption. It measures what has, and not what should have, been done. … Continue reading

Why Red Flag Laws Should Raise Red Flags

Red Flag gun laws have been passed in seventeen states and demonstrate a serious disregard for probable cause and due process. These laws allow authorities to seize guns from individuals based on as little as a complaint from a girlfriend … Continue reading

Using Impeachment to Make America Ungovernable

The bizarre impeachment drama is over, and most Americans still cannot make sense of it. The exhausting proceedings took America on an emotional roller coaster ride providing an experience that was, to paraphrase Shakespeare, “full of sound and fury, signifying … Continue reading

Three Reasons Why the 2020 Women’s March Failed

This year’s Women’s March had everything going for it. An election year, the impeachment of a pro-life president and growing polarization over abortion should have served to energize the angry feminist minority. However, the March with the theme, “Women Rising,” … Continue reading

Why People Vape and Die and No One Cares

Vaping has exploded on the scene over the last few years. The e-cigarette craze is supposed to replace the stigma of the old tobacco product. Trendy people vape with an array of gadgets. It is all the rage. However, last … Continue reading

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