Cass Sunstein Won't Tell Harvard Magazine About White House Service

Joel B. Pollak Big Government 28 Dec 2014

Cass Sunstein, former regulatory czar for President Barack Obama, is the subject of a glowing profile in this month’s Harvard magazine. Entitled “The Legal Olympian,” the article gushes over Sunstein’s extensive scholarly output, notes his many talents (including squash), and touches briefly on his philosophy of […]

A Not-So-Happy Fourth of July

Andrew Napolitano Reason Magazine 7/4/2013

Do you have more personal liberty today than on the Fourth of July 2012?…

…To what governmental powers may the governed morally consent in a free society? We can consent to the powers necessary to protect us from force and fraud, and to the means of revenue to pay for […]

Truly Scary Statistic of the Day

Or, Why Democrats Really Are a Bunch of Moochers Update: Are We This Stupid?

Rusty Shackleford, Ph.D. Jawa Report 4/17/2012

Over at Drudge he’s running the headline “Only 85 Million Pay Fed Taxes” based on a Tax Foundation report showing just that. There are plenty of scary statistics in there, most of them which you […]

Quote of the day

“The American Republic will endure until the day Congress discovers that it can bribe the public with the public’s money.”

— Alexis de Tocqueville, 1835