• Target’s CEO is off America’s Radar


    “And they had the American people believing that they were the victims….”

    Have Americans now become so demoralized that they do not even realize the severity of those who are transgressing the law and what it is that they are clearly attempting to promote? (Jeremiah 5:21) They are making our innocent the prey to sexual predators.  This is what Target stores are now attracting.

    Friends, I have spoken thousands of times, from public high schools to colleges to tea parties, television, and radio across the country.  If anyone were to even suggest the things that Target and the President of the United States are attempting to advocate by force, it would not be long before that person was thrown into a prison cell for a long time. READ MORE...

  • U.S. Interventions and Media Coverage


    Trevor Thrall looks at how major U.S. papers have covered the extent of our government’s recent military involvement in other countries, and finds that they have covered it less frequently as it has increased:

    President Obama has spent eight years talking about withdrawing the United States from the Middle East but has in fact expanded the military footprint of the United States. He has done so without much real debate in the mainstream news about the wisdom of his actions. Tellingly, what debate has occurred has focused on erroneous claims that Obama has appeased our enemies by withdrawing too much. READ MORE...

  • A reality check about Republican presidents


    Conservatives who plan to vote for Donald Trump say that Hillary Clinton is so awful that anybody, even Trump, is preferable. Without getting into the comparative defects of Clinton and Trump (disclosure: I’m #NeverTrump), I think it’s useful to remind everyone of the ways in which having a Republican president hasn’t made all that much difference for the last fifty years, with Ronald Reagan as the one exception.

    First, here’s the history of the most commonly used measure of growth in the regulatory state, the number of pages in the Federal Code of Regulations. READ MORE...

  • A reality check about Republican presidents


    Conservatives who plan to vote for Donald Trump say that Hillary Clinton is so awful that anybody, even Trump, is preferable. Without getting into the comparative defects of Clinton and Trump (disclosure: I’m #NeverTrump), I think it’s useful to remind everyone of the ways in which having a Republican president hasn’t made all that much difference for the last fifty years, with Ronald Reagan as the one exception.

    First, here’s the history of the most commonly used measure of growth in the regulatory state, the number of pages in the Federal Code of Regulations. READ MORE...

  • Trump Ends Hillary Clinton with this short Video


    Trump just ended Hillary Clinton! In a video post to Instagram, GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump exposed Democratic presidential front runner Hillary Clinton over her handling of Benghazi.

    Trump just ended Hillary Clinton!  In a video post to Instagram, GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump exposed Democratic presidential front runner Hillary Clinton over her handling of Benghazi.

    The former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has been criticized by Trump over the 2012 which left four Americans dead.

    Trump captioned the video “Hillary has bad judgment.” – GOP DAILY DOSE

     

    Trump is off to a good start, but he needs to do better. How about the video below where Hillary called the mother of a slain Navy Seal a liar on national TV? READ MORE...

  • Down the Rabbit Hole with Samuels


    There is not much more that needs to be said about the original Samuels/Rhodes kerfuffle, but Samuels’ attempt to defend himself merits a few more comments. Samuels disputes that he is the vocal opponent of the nuclear deal he has been made out to be, and complains that his words have been misinterpreted. He writes:

    Here’s what I said at the opening of the panel — which hasn’t been tweeted or written about by anyone yet, so far as I can tell, even though it’s the very first thing I say in the video: READ MORE...

  • Where doesn’t it hurt?


    The death of Prince—likely the result of prescription opioid abuse—is the latest manifestation of what has been called a national opioid epidemic. Now an advisory panel has unanimously recommended that the FDA make mandatory a currently elective program—Risk Evaluation and Mitigation Strategies, or REMS— designed to educate physicians about the risks of opioid misuse and abuse. The advisory panel’s recommendation is an example of regulatory overreach—based on little or no evidence—that the FDA should reject. READ MORE...