Congress must act quickly to halt FDA’s upcoming regulation to kill e-cigs

Congress must act quickly to halt FDA’s upcoming regulation to kill e-cigs

From NCPA The Food and Drug Administration’s Center for Tobacco Products will soon publish its so-called “Deeming Regulations,” the framework for regulating e-cigarettes at the federal level. The Hill reports the rule’s release may be “imminent.” According to National Center for Public Policy Research Risk Analysis Director Jeff Stier, “the regulation could require all e-cigarettes […]

Stunning map: Oil supply glut leads to massive tanker traffic jam: “Would stretch for 25 miles”

Stunning map: Oil supply glut leads to massive tanker traffic jam: “Would stretch for 25 miles”

By Mac Slavo / SHTFplan.com While oil prices have jumped about 50% in recent weeks, there appears to be no real reason for the move other than pure speculation and billion-dollar market cash infusions from unknown plunge protection teams. But as the mainstream media continues to tout non-existent reduction agreements between oil producing nations, the following evidence […]

Europe: Suicide by Jihad

Europe: Suicide by Jihad

By Guy Millière / Gatestone Institute The March 22 jihadist attacks in Brussels were predictable. What is surprising is that they did not take place sooner. What is also surprising is that more people were not killed. It seems that the authors of the attacks had larger projects in mind; they wanted to attack a […]

Tyler Arnold: ‘Passing on the Right: Conservative Professors in the Progressive University’ book review

Tyler Arnold: ‘Passing on the Right: Conservative Professors in the Progressive University’ book review

By Tyler Arnold As a college student, I have seen firsthand the extent of liberal influence on my campus, from students’ obsession with Bernie Sanders, to not-so-subtle activist professors, all the way to the university president posing for a “hands up, don’t shoot” picture with Black Lives Matter protesters. In their book Passing on the […]

Estonian report details Russia’s ‘hybrid threat’ to Europe

Estonian report details Russia’s ‘hybrid threat’ to Europe

By Molly McKew / Washington Free Beacon A new report by the Estonian Internal Security Service emphasizes the danger a resurgent Russia and a weakening European Union poses to stability and democracy in the region, highlighting Russian propaganda efforts in recent years. The service, known in Estonia as Kaitsepolitseiamet or “Kapo,” produces an Annual Review summarizing […]

Dilma Rousseff’s party concedes impeachment vote will pass

Dilma Rousseff’s party concedes impeachment vote will pass

The Brazilian Chamber of Deputies voted Sunday night to impeach President Dilma Rousseff on corruption charges, sending the fate of the nation’s head of state on to the Senate. With at least 342 of the lower chamber’s 513 deputies voting in favor, the proceedings move to the Senate, which can remove her and elevate Vice […]

Pending bankruptcy of largest solar company puts alternative energy industry into full meltdown mode

Pending bankruptcy of largest solar company puts alternative energy industry into full meltdown mode

By Patrick Wood / Technocracy News The darling industry of Sustainable Development is solar energy and wind turbines. The global policy of Sustainable Development (aka Technocracy) is to a) destroy carbon-based energy and b) replace the deficit with alternative energy. The first problem is that Technocracy is a crackpot vision of Utopia that has never […]

Happy Tax Day! Watch your assets!

Happy Tax Day! Watch your assets!

By Michi Iljazi / Taxpayers Protection Alliance Today is Tax Day 2016!  The Taxpayers Protection Alliance (TPA) hit the streets and talked to folks from around the country about what they thought about taxes.  The last time there was comprehensive tax reform was 1986. A lot has changed since 1986, why hasn’t the tax code? Many […]

Democrats want this job creator dead

Democrats want this job creator dead

By Sam Rolley / Personal Liberty Digest As Hillary Clinton vows to dismantle it, America’s firearm industry is shining as one of the few bright spots in the nation’s economy after its economic impact grew 158 percent since 2008. According to figures from the National Shooting Sports Foundation, the industry’s economic impact soared to $49.3 […]

The politics of political economists

The politics of political economists

By Murray N.  Rothbard / Mises Daily In the course of his interesting discussion of “The Politics of Political Economists,” Professor Stigler challenges the alleged view of Professor Mises that “economic statistics, or more generally quantitative economics — generates a radical political viewpoint.”1  Stigler asserts that the empirical student acquires a “real feeling” for the functioning of an economic system, and […]