The government has no business in dictating voluntary trade between employers and employees. The minimum wage laws are immoral and should be abolished, leaving businesses and workers free to prosper.
Who’s in office is making a difference, because government has abandoned its referee and night watchman function and gotten into the business of determining winners and losers.
As long as millions of Americans vote on the basis of who gives them free stuff, look for their freedom — and all our freedom — to be eroded away, bit by bit.
ending federal bureaucrats to meddle in newsroom affairs by conducting an alleged “study” will chill news coverage and make government-licensed broadcast media think twice about airing stories that place the Obama administration in a bad light.
What we need is a law — or a Constitutional amendment, if need-be — ensuring freedom of association. In other words, all individual citizens should be guaranteed the right to associate, or not associate, with whom they choose.
Individual liberty, freedom and private property — including the most precious right of free speech – are not frozen in place forever. Government will always test its limits and watch how we respond.
The nation must be made “safe” from provocative words. It won’t be called “censorship.” It will be called the enforcement of “responsible speech.”
The Nazis brought “order” to the chaos of gun controls in Weimar Germany, rendering most Germans defenseless against criminals and the government. Are we headed in the same direction?
Would there be any room for Perry Mason in today’s criminal court system? Could he successfully defend a client accused of “hate” speech, or having committed a “hate” crime?
The TSA is a failure.
The barbarians and totalitarians inside and outside our borders are ready to ambush the First Amendment and render us helpless against their onslaught.
A federal employee decides to write a book on his knowledge of a known government scandal. After signing a book contract with a major publisher, the book deal is subsequently forbidden—by the government. Does this sound like a George Orwell novel? Or an Ayn Rand work of fiction? No. It’s really happening. Not in a […]
Why — at a time in our history when guns were readily available, when a person could just walk into a store or order a gun through the mail, when there were no FBI background checks, no waiting periods, no licensing requirements — was there not the frequency and kind of gun violence that we sometimes see today, when access to guns is more restricted?
The fact that honesty and trust are so vital should make us rethink just how much tolerance we should have for criminals and dishonest people.
Aaron Alexis was the product of a psychiatric/political establishment committed to making excuses at all costs.
if one remains silent for fear of retaliation or retribution, one can’t claim that one is being “censored,” can one?
Legal Positivism has slowly eaten away the Constitution and individual rights.
“Hope and change” were never about ideals or principles. They were about power.
Christie, like most career politicians, has unlimited faith in unlimited government.
A law-abiding black person denied a taxi is rightfully angered, but to whom should his anger be directed, at the driver who’s trying to protect his life or at the people who’ve instilled fear by robbing and assaulting cabbies?