At Best, The FISA Application Shows FBI Misled The Court To Wiretap Trump Campaign

FBI Scandal: The heavily redacted FISA application the FBI used to obtain a warrant to spy on Trump campaign advisor Carter Page is supposed to vindicate the FBI from charges of political ... Continue Reading →

Biased Media, Average Americans Not In Sync On What’s Important

Media Bias: We’ve seen in recent weeks what the big media think are important: Russia, climate change, North Korea, abortion, upcoming elections, gun control and inequality. ... Continue Reading →

The True 97% Consensus: Congress Delivers Another Beat-Down On Carbon Dioxide Tax

Never-Trumper Republican congressman Carlos Curbelo plans to introduce a bill Monday to impose a tax on carbon dioxide. The Curbelo Weather Tax appears aimed at winning over liberal ... Continue Reading →

The True 97% Consensus: Congress Delivers Another Beat-Down On Carbon Dioxide Tax

Never-Trumper Republican congressman Carlos Curbelo plans to introduce a bill Monday to impose a tax on carbon dioxide. The Curbelo Weather Tax appears aimed at winning over liberal ... Continue Reading →

Yes, Democrats Are Now The Party Of Open Borders

Illegal Immigration: We’ve been seeing a lot of articles these days defending Democrats against charges that they are for open borders. But recent events show that the party ... Continue Reading →

Microsoft’s Acquisition Of GitHub Is Not ‘Anticompetitive’

In a recent Wall Street Journal article,  attorney Adam Candeub claims, “Microsoft’s $7.5 billion proposed acquisition of GitHub raises anticompetitive concerns.” ... Continue Reading →

News Sites Now Treat Late-Night Anti-Trump Rants As Real News

Media Bias: If you rely on the nation’s top news sites to determine what was really important about the Trump-Putin Helsinki summit, the answer would be: How did Trump-hating ... Continue Reading →

Trump Complies With ObamaCare Court Ruling on Risk Adjustment, And Dems Cry ‘Sabotage’

Regulations: After U.S. District Court in New Mexico found that a complex and highly controversial ObamaCare cross-subsidy scheme was “arbitrary and capricious,” the Trump ... Continue Reading →

Ban The Shift? Don’t Fix Baseball, Even If It May Be Broken

It is a prudential axiom: If it isn’t broken, don’t fix it. This reflects the awareness that things can always be made worse, and the law of unintended consequences, which ... Continue Reading →

Democrats In D.C. Push To Repeal $15 Wage Law Voters Just Approved

Economics: “Fight for $15” is the rallying cry for most Democrats these days. But soon after Washington, D.C., voters approved a hike in tipped wages to $15, Democrats ... Continue Reading →