Economic trouble should always lead to liberty: we have 70 years of failure taking the opposite tack.
Untangling ourselves from entitlements will restore our solvency and our spirit.
Is faith necessary for defending natural rights, or is reason sufficient?
If we’re to truly effect fundamental and long-lasting change, we must identify, examine and challenge the basic premises responsible for the regulatory state.
Under freedom, good ideas, by virtue of conforming to reality, can succeed and support themselves. Conversely, bad ideas, when left alone, tend to wither and fail.
From Government Motors to ObamaCare, wherever and whenever property is socialized, destructive meddling, second-guessing, and other disasters ensue. There’s but one solution to this disastrous trend.
The "labor theory of value" used to justify taxing capital gains fails to take into account that investment income is the product of exacting thought and effort.
There is something troubling about Americans’ newfound willingness to accept and submit to czarist authority.
(And don't miss Glenn Reynolds' look at "Obama's House of Czars" at PJTV.)
The left’s modus operandi is to denounce the open use of “violence,” while promoting and condoning every other form of force.
Government should be limited to the protection of individual rights. Everything else was — and is — beyond its scope.
Obama has it exactly backwards: government regulation causes waste; individualism births efficiency.
The regulatory approach is focused on the person who needs a warning sign to ensure that he doesn't spill hot coffee on himself.