Don’t own a gun but have a safe neighborhood? Thank a gun owner.
Kudos to Apple and Google for protecting the privacy of our smartphone data.
We must protect the freedoms necessary for the advancement of medical technology.
“Don’t p*ss on my back and tell me it’s raining.”
To regain control over your health care, you must regain as much control as possible over your health spending.
When doctors spend more time in front of a computer than they do with patients.
How Big Medicine will restrict doctors’ freedom to practice and patients’ ability to receive care.
More centralized control of health spending will inevitably mean more centralized control of health care.
The healthy must subsidize the sick, and the healthy are opting out. (Also read Stephen Green's "Your Obamacare Fail of the Day")
Perhaps no other current issue has such potential.
The type of gun incident most media has no use for.
I am committing professional heresy: government medical licensing is morally and economically wrong.
Which is the very definition of "rationing," the word they aren't supposed to say.
Burying the lede when a law-abiding gun owner is the hero.
We can still reclaim our freedoms.
Sloppy science and ethical misconduct in medical research could be dangerous to American patients.
The bill seizes liberty from doctors and insurance firms, too.
Once again, liberty provides the answer. Also read: Is Sanda Fluke an Op Being Run From the White House?
You do not protect honest online content producers from pirates by breaking the internet for the innocent.
Despite the candidate's denials, his program had numerous price controls.
Newt's connection to the "personhood" movement might be problematic for his candidacy. Related: Michael Totten has a foreign policy-related challenge to Newt.
As the holiday travel season approaches, millions of American air passengers will become painfully reacquainted with the TSA and its unpopular, invasive procedures.
As both Ayn Rand and Steve Jobs would remind them, the economic inequality that the OWS protestors oppose is not something to be condemned, but to be celebrated.