Secretary of State John Kerry surprised many reporters, as well as intelligence, law enforcement and military officials, when he conceded on Friday that some of the U.S. surveillance has gone “too far.” The Obama administration has come under intense criticism from many world leaders including some heads of state from NATO allies, according to Josh […]
Police officers blocked access to homes and held innocent people driving down the street at gunpoint last week during a search for a suspect who allegedly shot a U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officer in Roseville, California. The suspect ran on foot and entered a nearby house shortly before the homeowners escaped out of a […]
When our nation is faced with a presumed “crisis”, the government immediately jumps into spending mode. The prevailing wisdom cites that the more the government spends, the more quickly our nation emerges once again as the shining superpower of the world. However, what do the numbers prove about how “super” or power truly is? First, […]
Libertarians have long supported the legalization of marijuana and putting an end to the expensive War on Drugs program on constitutional grounds, arguing the federal government has no business regulating drug use. But, the legalization of marijuana has an attractive side benefit as well – it would flood government coffers with billions in additional revenue. […]
The Senate Foreign Relations Committee today held a committee business meeting to address the potential authorization of use of military force in Syria and proceeded to discharge from committee a bill for full consideration of the Senate that would grant the President authorization to use military force in Syria.
In an incredible story from the USA Today, a man and his son were kicked out of an Arizona Cardinals football game after the man asked his 15-year old son to hold his beer so he could retrieve his camera from his pocket.
The U.S. government has cleverly designed a social entitlement system that pays people more than the minimum wage in 35 states according to the Cato Institute, a system that deincentivizes work and encourages lifelong dependence on the welfare state, not to mention solidifies a solid and reliable voting block.