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The Corrupt, Cronyist Export-Import Bank Was Not Re-Authorized, so Let’s Celebrate a (Hopefully Permanent) Victory over Corporate Welfare

Advocates of economic liberty, free market, and small government haven’t enjoyed many victories in the 21st Century. Government got bigger and more expensive during Bush’s reign, starting in his first year with the No Bureaucrat Left Behind legislation and then ending in his final year with the odious TARP bailout. Then Obama came to office, […]

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Rules by Which a Great Empire May Be Reduced to a Small One

I guess we could call this a guest post, although the author didn’t write it for us, specifically. He did do a masterful job of presenting our grievances however, and so, although it is long, I have decided to simply present it. The author, as some may know in Benjamin Franklin, of Pennsylvania, and it […]

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At Last – A Justice Secretary who Believes in Justice – slightly_grumpy – My Telegraph

View image | gettyimages.com This is a short post because there just isn’t much to add.  Michael Gove recently was the education Secretary in Great Britain, and he got into a certain amount of trouble, mostly because he insisted on high standards. He now has a new job: Justice Minister and Lord High Chancellor. He’s likely, I […]

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Margaret Thatcher’s Ghost Stalks The Halls Of the European Union

Well, it sounds as if the EU has found some method of stealing more productive people’s money to keep Greece going a bit longer. I didn’t pay all that much attention to the details, honestly. It’s all a sham and show anyway, nearly all of Europe, not even excluding Germany itself soon will be in […]

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Mr. President, You Have One Job

In essence, the President of the United States has one job: to protect the Republic from all enemies, foreign and domestic. So a year and a half before we hire a new guy or girl, how are we doing? I’d say not good. There are many things wrong, the government seems to have lost its […]

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King v. Burwell Pits Rule Of Law Against Rule By Decree

In the next week, we are going to talk quite a lot about the “Rule of Law” as opposed to the prerogative power. here’s a foretaste of why it is so important. […] The president’s remarks come as the Supreme Court is preparing this month to decide King v. Burwell, a case that challenges whether […]

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