On the Record with Bruce Ash – It’s all about the rules

On the Record with Bruce Ash – It’s all about the rules

By Bruce Ash Donald Trump IS the presumptive nominee of The Republican Party. Reaching this position was not easy. It was not very pretty at times either but none the less Donald Trump IS our presumptive nominee and he got to this position by following ALL of the Rules of the Republican Party. He earned […]

Phil Richardson: After giving the gun control subject further thought

Phil Richardson: After giving the gun control subject further thought

By Phil Richardson Here’s what I see as an almost insurmountable challenge to enforcement of most Gun Control laws: According to Mark Overstreet, a Research Coordinator for the National Rifle Association, no less, there are an estimated 3,261,725 (more than three and a quarter million) automatic and semi-automatic rifles in the United States. An “assault […]

Richard M. Ebeling: Free trade vs. political ignorance

Richard M. Ebeling: Free trade vs. political ignorance

By Richard M. Ebeling The current political campaign for the U.S. presidency has brought out the worst in both the personalities and the policy positions among many of those running for that high political office, and this has been especially the case with international trade and the global economy. Listening to the presumptive Republican and Democratic […]

John Hawkins: Why Liberals support Muslims who hate everything they stand for

John Hawkins: Why Liberals support Muslims who hate everything they stand for

By John Hawkins “I also now realize, with brutal clarity, that in the progressive hierarchy of identity groups, Muslims are above gays. Every pundit and politician — and that includes President Obama and Hillary Clinton and half the talking heads on TV — who today have said ‘We don’t know what the shooter’s motivation could […]

Michael Barone: Trump pivoting away from tabloid-style campaigning

Michael Barone: Trump pivoting away from tabloid-style campaigning

By Michael Barone Donald Trump is the latest proof that the campaign always reflects the candidate and that the candidate is a product of his experience over the years. So, as Trump, after clinching the Republican nomination, reshuffles and rejiggers a campaign that has fallen behind Hillary Clinton, it’s instructive to look at his political […]

Martha McSally: Why we need an A-10 / F-35 fly-off

Martha McSally: Why we need an A-10 / F-35 fly-off

By Martha McSally The saying “putting the cart before the horse” surely pre-dates the invention of flight, yet it couldn’t be more accurate to describe the Air Force’s shifting and flawed arguments for retiring the A-10 well ahead of schedule, and before we have a proven, tested replacement. As an airman, I am concerned about […]

Ben Crystal: Make it stop

Ben Crystal: Make it stop

By Ben Crystal Radical Islam wasn’t to blame for the terrorist attack which stole four dozen — and counting — people from the world last Sunday morning. Hell, according to President — and Nobel laureate — Barack Obama, radical Islam isn’t even a real thing. The endlessly corrosive bile spewed by Islamofascists at the LGBTQ population of […]

Thomas Sowell: The gun control farce

Thomas Sowell: The gun control farce

By Thomas Sowell Surely murder is a serious subject, which ought to be examined seriously. Instead, it is almost always examined politically in the context of gun control controversies, with stock arguments on both sides that have remained the same for decades. And most of those arguments are irrelevant to the central question: Do tighter […]

Michael Barone: Why we have and probably will keep having sluggish job growth

Michael Barone: Why we have and probably will keep having sluggish job growth

By Michael Barone Why has the American economy had such sluggish job creation and economic growth? That’s a pretty fundamental question, and one for which most conventional economists have had unsatisfying answers. Clues can be found, I think, in the new book by the unconventional economist and blogger Arnold Kling. “Specialization and Trade: A Re-Introduction […]

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