Legislative relief begins with on-the-record votes for repeals and summary impeachments.
Tag - role of government
Matt Kibbe and Sen. Rand Paul discuss the series of terrible decisions Fauci made during his handling of the pandemic and his continued equivocation and evasion under questioning.
In the midst of yet another American banking crisis, the so-called experts are at a loss to explain how these crises keep happening. But there is an answer, and it’s one that Austrian economists have known for more than a century.
House Republicans should prioritize protecting life, liberty, and property. They should promise to increase these liberties with narrow actions on moneys, emergency powers, generics, abortion, immigration, national criminal law, and Ukraine.
Blindsight is 2020: Perspectives on COVID Policies from Dissident Scientists, Philosophers, Artists, and More
My position—shared by many scientists, as it turns out—is that a pandemic is not just a scientific problem, but a human one.
There are very few forces known to man more destructive than gray-suited bureaucrats believing that they must do something and that they are properly equipped to do so.
The idea of decentralization is essentially to have multiple authorities instead of one singular control. The idea of decentralization is so important to me, because if we want freedom to exist, we must allow the concept of control to be transformed.
I believe that decentralization is the hope of the future and it’s worth fighting for. This is the real issue to me. I am fighting for decentralization.
Washington isn’t just dangerous under one-party rule, it’s boring.
The gridlock that House Republicans find themselves in—three days running—to elect a Speaker is a nice metaphor for the current state of America: angry, polarized, and unable to move forward.