A series of reports out in the latter part of this week gives the impression that the GOP’s rifts are growing ahead of the midterm elections, even as Republicans can roundly agree on the issues which may cost Democrats in 2014. The GOP establishment’s efforts to marginalize Tea Party and libertarian-leaning Republicans within the ranks […]
Joe Visconti believes that the 2014 Connecticut gubernatorial race is the perfect opportunity to demonstrate on the national stage the difference that voters can make by recognizing the truly conservative candidate.
This article, written by senior staff attorney Jennifer Lynch, was originally published by the Electronic Frontier Foundation. The Freedom of Information Act is not the only law the public can use to obtain records from the government. Most States have similar laws for accessing documents on the State and local levels. In California, the Electronic […]
Judging by the tactics President Barack Obama and his handlers are now using to encourage supporters to enroll in Obamacare, it’s clear that the current White House views its youth base as a class of low-information voters who like to gaze at shiny things and kittens.
Congress is moving forward with a bipartisan bill introduced by Senators Kelly Ayotte (R-N.H.) and Mark Warner (D-Va.) that would do away with hundreds of useless government reports such as the infamous Federal “Report on Reports Provided By Other Federal Agencies.” If passed, the “Government Reports Elimination Act of 2014” would put in place provisions […]
Last week, we brought you coverage from the Conservative Political Action Conference and news that Senator Rand Paul (R-Ky.) won the annual straw poll for top Presidential contender by a landslide. Now, the results for the rest of the 2014 CPAC straw poll are in, providing that some of the other observations we made during […]
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.), who confused last week’s CPAC crowd by showing up and sheepishly brandishing a rifle on the stage, didn’t take long to return to form over the weekend. He was back in front of the mainstream media Saturday, boasting that the GOP establishment would mop the floor with Tea Party candidates in the 2014 midterms.
After winning a second CPAC Presidential straw poll, Rand Paul (R-Ky.) realized it was time to start taking control of an important conservative brand name before the other guys could beat him to the punch. By Monday, he’d planted his flag on Ronald Regan’s diplomatic legacy – challenging his possible 2016 Republican adversaries to come up with alternate ways of inhabiting the same political space.
This column by Mises scholar Robert Batemarco was first posted at the Ludwig von Mises Institute’s website on February 25, 2014. Now that I have your attention, rest assured that even when John Kenneth Galbraith got something right, he got it wrong. One of the signature ideas for which Galbraith is known is the Dependence Effect, […]
The U.S. political system is on a theft binge of consuming the assets of Americans by whatever method it can contrive. It is financial war and the political system is winning, backed by the police power of the State. Any thinking person can clearly see that the U.S. system is collapsing. Better said, it is self destructing in many ways.