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A serious question must be posed: Precisely who is responsible for protecting America from terrorists—the president, as the law seems to clearly say? Or is it activist federal judges like Hawaii’s Derrick Watson, who recently blocked the president’s immigration proclamation, issued September 24th? It’s titled, “ENHANCING VETTING CAPABILITIES AND PROCESSES FOR DETECTING ATTEMPTED ENTRY INTO…

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Those of us who appreciate a free market economy that actually has vim and vigor – know we need Intellectual Property (IP) protection. Even more so now in our 21st Century Information Economy: “Economy in which knowledge is the primary raw material and source of value.” And how do we protect “knowledge” – “the primary…

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We want less government – in all things. This is not a moment-to-moment, transient concept. This is an overarching, timeless desire. We are not short-sighted in this pursuit. This sometimes means spending a little more government money up front – to save a whole lot of government money later. Spending a little government coin now…

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We less-government-types want to see an end to as much government subsidy money and protectionism as possible. We who understand economics and human nature – realize the omni-directional warping that government causes. For instance, too many people do the subsidized thing – creating massive surpluses, and attending massive losses. Surplus Wheat Production Resulting in Heavy…

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In 1992, Congress acted to make drugs available at a discount to poor and underinsured patients. As in most cases where the federal government intervenes in areas the Constitution reserves to the states, the 340B program has encountered significant distortions that threaten the good intentions Congress had when setting up the program. It suffers from…

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We have rather recently delved into the scintillating stupidity of the government bureaucracy “Comment Period”: “One of the ways these agencies attempt to cover up their unilateral power grabs – is with a veneer of alleged We the People participation. Behold the utter dumbness of the ‘Comment Period.’ “Where some agency of which you’ve never…

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On October 3, 2017, Timothy Sloan, the CEO for Wells Fargo Bank testified before the Senate Banking Committee about the Wells Fargo Banking scandal. And once again, he proved that Wells Fargo is not only the poster child for bad behavior but they are the poster child for why we need forced arbitration reform. While…

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I’m really surprised this post hasn’t gone viral yet. The title is hilarious, but true. I don’t post articles like this to entertain people, I post them hoping you will #Share them and Tweet them. Please go to the bottom of this blog and Share it to all of your social networks, or copy &…