Political Power-Lust Thrives in a Democracy

Political Power-Lust Thrives in a Democracy

Political Power-Lust Thrives in a Democracy – Bryan Caplan         “Greed is good.” After a few years in economics, the goodness of greed seems like common sense. But it’s not. In a randomly selected social environment, greed is brutal. If you’re carrying a bag of gold and meet a well-armed stranger in a […]

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Media Outlets Push False Narrative About Trump’s Pipeline Executive Orders

Media Outlets Push False Narrative About Trump’s Pipeline Executive Orders

Media outlets are falsely suggesting President Donald Trump’s executive orders approving the Keystone XL Pipeline also included directives mandating pipeline developers use American steel to complete projects. Politico and the Los Angeles Times reported Friday on the White House’s recent decision to allow Keystone to complete its project without adhering to Trump’s request that future […]

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Is Germany Serious about Defending Itself, Europe, and the West? Time for Europeans to Run NATO

Is Germany Serious about Defending Itself, Europe, and the West? Time for Europeans to Run NATO In recent history no European nation has demonstrated greater military prowess then Germany. That competence had tragic consequences in World War II and colors Berlin’s approach to the world today. However, more than seven decades after that horrendous conflict’s […]

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Is Manufacturing Employment the Only Thing That Counts?

Is Manufacturing Employment the Only Thing That Counts? The Trump administration seems obsessed with stemming the downtrend in the number of U.S. factory jobs. Posted on the White House website is a statement called “Trade Deals That Work For All Americans.” Among other things, it asserts that “blue-collar towns and cities have watched their factories […]

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Higher Oil Prices Alone Won’t Rescue failing Petro-States Like Venezuela

Higher Oil Prices Alone Won’t Rescue failing Petro-States Like Venezuela At the annual International Petroleum Week at Grosvenor House on Park Lane last week, all eyes were on Mohammed bin Saleh al-Sada, the Qatari energy minister. The dignitary was honoured with a special award, “International Oil Diplomacy Man of the Year 2016”, as one of […]

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The Marijuana Exception to Federalism

The Marijuana Exception to Federalism

The Marijuana Exception to Federalism Last week White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer predicted “greater enforcement” of the federal ban on marijuana in the eight states that have legalized the drug for recreational use. This week Attorney General Jeff Sessions, an old-fashioned drug warrior who thinks “good people don’t smoke marijuana,” seemed to confirm Spicer’s […]

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House Republican Leaders Block Sen. Rand Paul from Seeing Obamacare Repeal Bill

House Republican Leaders Block Sen. Rand Paul from Seeing Obamacare Repeal Bill

House Republican Leaders Block Sen. Rand Paul from Seeing Obamacare Repeal Bill Kentucky Senator Rand Paul (R) is taking on members of his own party in a growing rift between conservative Republicans GOP leaders in the House, who fear that despite the tough talk from the Republican-controlled House of Representatives, when push comes to shove, […]

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