This bill is chock full of crony kickbacks, lobbyist handouts, and a wish list of progressive policies that have nothing to do with COVID-19.
Logan Albright is the Head Writer and Sound Engineer at Free the People. He is the author of Our Servants, Our Masters: How Control Masquerades as Assistance.
Before Free the People, Logan was the Senior Research Analyst at FreedomWorks, and was responsible for producing a wide variety of written content, research for staff media appearances, and scripts for video production. Logan also managed the research and interviews with congressional candidates used for endorsements by FreedomWorks PAC.
He received his Master’s degree in economics from Georgia State University in 2011, before promptly setting out for DC to fight for liberty. He first discovered the ideas of liberty during his time at Oberlin College, where his contrarian nature drove him into countless hours of heated debate at this bastion of progressive thought. Logan occasionally takes time out from his busy schedule of railing against the evils of government to play the part of musician, amateur novelist, and moustache enthusiast.
Is school really necessary? I suspect many of us are about to find out.
When the wheels come off, we see that the rules we thought we needed actually make things worse, not better.
The stock market is reeling. Fortunes are being lost, unemployment rates are surging, the Federal Reserve is devaluing the dollar with its inflationary practices and there’s no telling how extensive or long lasting the economic damage will be.
The Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau is proposing a rule to restrict the types and sizes of barrels acceptable for aging whiskey.
I want to push back against this idea that, if you enjoy art, you must implicitly approve of the artist, and any views the artist might hold.