States rights activist Dan Kanna describes a bold vision for restoring the proper relationship between the federal government and the several states.
A new Politico poll indicates that the American public overwhelmingly opposes moving the nation’s foreign policy in a more muscular direction. Have we grown weak? Or is there a false dichotomy among the Washington set between restraint and strength?
The X-Men and Lord of the Rings actor wants to “help” those rising behind him by pricing them out of the scarce jobs they can get.
As the presidential prospects of Sen. Rand Paul grow more viable, so does the intensity of the foreign policy debate within the Republican Party. At the center of that debate is the U.S. relationship with Israel. What obligation do we hold to the Jewish state? Does our answer to the question indicate whether we are antisemitic?
On his radio program Thursday, Glenn Beck made a great point regarding the expanding immigration crisis on the southern border. He called for illegals to be harbored among those advocating for their amnesty. We explore the brilliance behind this notion.
The state of California has persisted under drought for several years. Now, regulators have taken drastic action to combat perceived water waste. But government interference actually created the problem their new fines are intended to solve. How the market could do better.
From The Atlantic, reporting on a new Reason Foundation poll: “Millennial politics is simple, really. Young people support big government, unless it costs any more money. They’re for smaller government, unless budget cuts scratch a program they’ve heard of. They’d like Washington to fix everything, just so long as it doesn’t run anything.”
Texas governor Rick Perry and U.S. senator Rand Paul spar on foreign policy in dueling op-eds over the weekend. But when the rhetorical smoke clears, is there really much difference between these potential 2016 presidential candidates in what they specifically call for?
Forget metadata. According to the latest tattler, the full audio of your phone calls is stored on NSA computers. What’s it going to take to bring this lawlessness under control?
Thomas Jefferson called nullification “the rightful remedy” to federal overreach. But that was before the Civil War and 150 years of bastardized judicial review, ballooning executive power, and the incestuous corruption of our federalism. What modern solution might we craft to a runaway federal government?