When Mayor Muriel Bowser announced that restaurants in the District of Columbia would be required to turn away some customers based on their medical history, Eric Flannery told his customers that he would never discriminate against them.
By expanding Medicare coverage and increasing government spending on health care, eventually we’ll have a full-fledged universal single-payer system in which the government is the one and only source of health insurance.
The big blue burro in the sky carried one directive for Democrats from Albany to Denver: time to donkey kick the science, the midterm elections are at stake!
Zach Vorhies blew the whistle on Google’s push to create “a clean and regularly sanitized news corpus.”
Matt Kibbe is joined by Rep. Thomas Massie (R-Ky.) to review some of the predictions the congressman made about the deleterious effects of lockdowns at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic.
In unprecedented times of uncertainty with an already embarrassing track record of governmental errors and missteps, the answer is not less freedom but more.
The “vaccine-injured” are not just “collateral damage.” They are our fellow people.
Matt Kibbe is joined by Jenin Younes, litigation counsel for the New Civil Liberties Alliance, to discuss the imminent Supreme Court decision on whether OSHA can legally mandate that workers take the COVID-19 vaccine.