Reason Magazine Subpoena Stomps on Free Speech

Virginia Postrel BloombergView 6/9/2015

Wielding subpoenas demanding information on anonymous commenters, the government is harassing a respected journalism site that dissents from its policies. The U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York claims these comments could constitute violent threats, even though they’re clearly hyperbolic political rhetoric.

This is happening in America — […]

Rand Paul Thinks Even Silicon Valley Has Had Enough of Obama and ‘Big Government Regulations and Taxes’

Elizabeth Kreft The Blaze 7/21/2014

…Rand Paul, widely presumed to be gearing up for the 2016 presidential race, held two days’ worth of private meetings and public stumps in San Francisco — not traditionally conservative-friendly territory — to discuss privacy concerns, innovation and government involvement in business.

These are the topics, the Kentucky senator told […]

PJTV: Disaster Socialism–Why Gun Hysteria Could Lead to Another Expansion of Government

Pajamasmedia YouTube 1/18/2013

Glenn Reynolds talks to Nick Gillespie of Reason Magazine about libertarianism and empowerment of the individual. Hear why the Sandy Hook tragedy could lead to a bigger, more intrusive government. _

Bill Whittle explains Fast and Furious and why Obama invoked executive privilege

Moneyrunner The Virginian 6/23/2012

For Obama and the MSM, three hundred dead Mexicans and one murdered American border patrol agent is a small price to pay for disarming Americans…

Read the rest of Moneyrunner’s commentary at The Virginian.

Related: Obama as Nixon at Power Line.

Update: Obama mega-donor Bill Maher casts light on Fast […]

Why the SCOTUS Decision on ObamaCare Shouldn’t Matter

ColoradoPatriot Gay Patriot 3/25/2012

…Like many who read this blog, I’m cautiously hopeful the Supreme Court will agree with me that ObamaCare is patently unconstitutional and should be annulled post haste. But like many (much smarter than I) observers, I’m not convinced this will happen.

Either way, however, our remedy should not be the Supreme […]

Nick Gillespie on Joe McGinniss’ Sarah Palin Bio in the Washington Post

Nick Gillespie Reason Magazine 9/16/2011

My Washington Post review of Joe McGinniss’ new biography of Sarah Palin, The Rogue, is online now.

Here’s how it starts:

In an America where a whopping 66 percent of adults hold an unfavorable view of 2008 Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin (according to a recent Bloomberg poll), author […]