Be at war with your vices, at peace with your neighbors, and let every new year find you a better man.
The first lesson of economics is scarcity: there is never enough of anything to fully satisfy all those who want it. The first lesson of politics is to disregard the first lesson of economics.
From Judicial Watch Judicial Watch yesterday announced that Justice Department refuses to release the proposed budget of Robert Mueller’s Special Counsel Office. Judicial Watch is seeking the information through a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit. Judicial Watch sought “the copy of the budget prepared or submitted” by Special Counsel Robert Mueller. But, on Friday, […]
From The Politistick Congressman Trey Gowdy, in an interview with FOX News’ Marth MacCallum on Monday, said one of the newly uncovered texts between Trump-hating, Hillary loving FBI agent Peter Strzok and his adulteress, Lisa Page, an FBI attorney — both key figures in the bogus Hillary Clinton Emailgate scandal investigation in which she was reportedly exonerated before […]
From WalletHub For a growing number of Americans, a good education is the ticket to a better future. College opens doors to more career opportunities, higher earnings and new social connections, among other benefits. But how much schooling one receives also matters to some extent. Generally, the higher the level of education one completes, the higher their income potential and the […]
From Judicial Watch Illustrating the national security threats created by the nation’s immigration system, the overwhelming majority of individuals convicted of terrorism are foreigners who entered the United States legally through various federal programs. Three out of every four convicted terrorists between September 11, 2001 and December 31, 2016 are foreign born and came to […]
By Greg Bishop / Watchdog.org A government accountability group says the state of Illinois is fudging employment data in order to allow more healthy Illinoisans to receive taxpayer-funded food stamps without having to work. The U.S. Department of Agriculture approved an Illinois Department of Human Services waiver request in October for the entire 2018 calendar […]
As President Donald Trump prepares to hand out the “Fake News Awards” today to his journalist critics, a new study and a separate survey shed light on the negative news coverage of the Trump presidency and how the public defines “fake news.” “We’ll keep you posted on details around that potential event and what that […]
Newly inaugurated New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy plans to establish the Garden State as a bastion of far-left policies, including a first-of-its-kind government agency devoted exclusively to protecting the rights of legal and illegal immigrants alike. Murphy, a former Goldman Sachs financier who was swept into office on the back of former Gov. Chris Christie’s […]
By David Williams / Taxpayers Protection Alliance With tax reform in the rearview mirror, policymakers and voters are sizing up the next big policy battles. Chief among voter concerns is the unraveling healthcare system, which regularly sees double-digit premium increases and questionable results for taxpayer funding. Americans understand that failing to reform the health-care system […]
As the union-backed “Fight for $15” movement has sought to enact mandatory minimum-wage increases in states and localities across the country, tax reform seems to have spurred wage growth using a different approach. On the day President Donald Trump signed the sweeping tax-reform law, the New Jersey-based OceanFirst Financial Corp. issued a press release announcing […]
By Sam Rolley / Personal Liberty Digest In an effort to show just how easy it is for criminals to buy firearms online, federal agents spent two years posing as criminals trying to score guns on popular shooting sport websites and forums. It turns out, it isn’t so easy after all. According to a Government […]