How Do Local Police Use Data about You?
Local police databases have their uses, but they’ve been abused, as well. Adam Bates comments.
Could A Sudden Economic Meltdown be an October Surprise and Throw the Elections to Decide the Next President?
The warning is out there.
What happens between now and the elections could be more chaotic than (almost) anyone imagined.
Hillary has been struggling in the polls, and Trump had some difficult moments in the debate. As it stands, things could swing either way, and the establishment has more than one trick up their sleeve.
But are they planning another notorious ‘October Surprise’ to bring an unpredictable and superseding factor into the account before the election? The Iranian Hostage crisis
Operation TacoBowl is Going Strong! Latinos for Trump Explain Why No One Should Vote for Democrats [videos]
After the leaked DNC emails revealed how Hispanics are viewed by Democrats (as Taco Bowls and loyal shoppers) the Latino community came out in full force exposing the lies of the Democratic Party.
And they have a strong message for their constituency to not vote for Democrats.
Latinos for Trump are banning together in support of Trump because he represents their values as hardworking Americans.
Who Needs Judicial Engagement?
Evan Bernick is author of the lead essay in this month’s Cato Unbound.
Linda Tripp Cracks Open the Can of Hillary Clinton’s Scandals Again, Including Vince Foster, Travelgate and Whitewater
You may recall the name Linda Tripp. She was the whistleblower that outed President Bill Clinton‘s intern trysts in the Oval Office with Monica Lewinsky, but she also witnessed quite a bit of the Clinton scandals, including Travelgate, Filegate, Whitewater and most interestingly the mishandling of documents the morning of Vince Foster’s death.
In an exclusive interview, Tripp reopened each
Gary Johnson’s ‘Aleppo Moments’ Don’t Undo a Smart, Libertarian Foreign-Policy Platform
Gary Johnson did it again. Upon being asked to name a world leader he admired, the Libertarian candidate for president flubbed, unable to name a single one. “I guess I’m having an Aleppo moment,” he admitted, harking back to his last big misstep, when he proved unable to identify the besieged Syrian city of Aleppo, site of one of the world’s worst ongoing humanitarian crises.
Though Johnson’s gaffes are not unique — politicians have committed worse sins of ignorance in this election
Has Mighty Casey Struck Out?
I received an email yesterday from an acquaintance named Lou. He mentioned exactly what I had said to a friend of mine after the debate Monday night. I took the prodding of Lou’s email as a sign that I should write about it.
After watching Donald Trump’s performance against Hillary I couldn’t help but chuckle. Most of the pundits
There Are No Idealists Here
Advice from the Republican Party’s candidate for president:
Did Crooked Hillary help disgusting (check out sex tape and past) Alicia M become a U.S. citizen so she could use her in the debate?
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) September 30, 2016
Think about that: the Republican Party candidate for president is encouraging the public to check out a sex tape.
What a repulsive figure Donald Trump is — but he’s very much of our time. So too is Hillary Clinton, though. <a href="http://slatestarcodex.com/2016/09/28/ssc-endorses-clinton-johnson-or-stein/
The Missed Opportunity of JASTA
In the course of delivering its first veto override to President Obama, Congress upheld a bill that would permit U.S. citizens to sue the Saudi government in connection with the 9/11 terror attacks.
It might be tempting to view this vote as a long-overdue rebuke of Saudi Arabia for its problematic foreign and domestic policies. But the bill is little more than congressional grandstanding: at best pointless, and at worst damaging to American interests. Policymakers should indeed rethink our
Here’s How Industry-Funded “Research” Is Making Us Sick and Fat
The researchers have found that most of the previous studies into the sweeteners touting their alleged “health advantages” over using sugar as a sweetener, were written or sponsored by the companies that produce the products.
A trio of researchers from John Hopkins University in Maryland, the University of California San Francisco, and Australia’s University