We don’t need more laws

Glenn Harlan Reynolds USA Today 12/22/2014

…When Congress passes a law, it is pretty much always either limiting someone’s freedom or spending taxpayer money. Sometimes those are good things: The civil rights laws of the 1960s took away the freedom to engage in racial discrimination, and the spending of World War II and the Cold […]

The World's Resources Aren't Running Out

Ecologists worry that the world’s resources come in fixed amounts that will run out, but we have broken through such limits again and again

Matt Ridley The Wall Street Journal 4/25/2014

How many times have you heard that we humans are “using up” the world’s resources, “running out” of oil, “reaching the limits” of the […]

A New Gold Commission?

Ralph Benko American Thinker 2/20/2012

“The gold standard is a modern, digital, information-sharing, global operating standard. Moreover, it is a stable, networking, efficient, price transmission system in the form of a stable international monetary standard,” says Lewis E. Lehrman.

Big media is paying attention to proposals for a new Gold Commission. This concept first was […]

CBC members should stop demonizing tea partiers

Mia Love The Daily Caller 9/12/2011

I have yet to meet a tea party member who wants to see me “hanging on a tree,” as U.S. Rep. Andre Carson of Indiana recently suggested. He says the tea party considers me a second-class citizen. In truth, as a black conservative woman in Utah, I have been […]