Following up on an interview with Craig Westover on Monday’s program, where he called upon the GOP to take a definitive stand on the #BlackLivesMatter protests erupting across the nation, we consider what such a stand might look like, informed by a law professor’s op-ed.
Walter joins Andrew Lee and Mike Franklin on the Up and At Em Post-Show Podcast to talk Sunday liquor sales, explaining why the issue serves as a legitimate litmus test for determining whether lawmakers deserve Republican endorsement.
It has been noted that the status quo in education favors the interests of adults rather than students. But is there any system where educators won’t pursue their own interests?
In the fight for liberty, the same old arguments aren’t working. They appeal to a choir that’s already been converted. Here’s a couple ideas for evangelizing freedom to the lost.
One state senator actually implied that we must defeat ISIS before turning our attention to commerce on the sabbath.
We tend to think of regulation as a government action, and our political discourse reflects that. Free market are “unregulated,” bringing to mind wanton chaos and a condition of anarchy. But what if we all have it wrong? What if, to be truly regulated, a market must be free?
The same manipulation and subjugation which entraps recruits within cults also plagues mainstream institutions. The enabling worldview, in either case, is collectivism.
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Should Chris Kyle be celebrated for taking pleasure in the deaths of his targets? Are all snipers “cowards” in any context? Or is there a fundamental difference between an American solider and a jihadist insurgent?
Neil Lynch, state chair of the Republican Liberty Caucus and recent candidate for chair of the Republican Party of Minnesota, debriefs us on the race. Why did he run? Why get in so late? What does he hope people will take away from his challenge?