Archive for July, 2018
Mission: Impossible–Fallout and Deep State Redemption
A Sleeping Watchdog at the VA
Do California’s Homeless Need a New Cabinet-Level Position?
Pay for Play on Capitol Hill
The Delusion of a Win-Win Trade War
Why Dozy DMV Is Dangerous
Proposition 47 a Smashing Success for Criminals
Will Janus Decision Mean Payback Time for Workers?
The Fiscal Impact of President Trump’s Tax Cuts
The Equalizer 2 Is More Than Just Another Vigilante Movie
Rearmed Pillage People Ride Again
Feds Spend $3M to Find Out Why Clubbers Get Drunk and Aggressive
Stockton, Chicago Money Giveaways a Guaranteed Bust 
Two-way Trade in the “Same” Commodity
Lessons for California from Canada’s Killer Nurse Cover-Up
Soccer Champions … and Immigrants
U.S. Collects Record Tax Revenue, but Deficits Keep Piling Up
Masterpiece Cakeshop and the Hidden Tolerance for Gay Rights
The Key to Kavanaugh: Rolling Back the Administrative State 
Caltrans Signs Up for Waste
If Telemedicine Is Underachieving, Government Is to Blame
Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom Raises Ethical Questions about Technology and Life
The Myth of “Money the Government Owes Itself”
Facebook Censors the Declaration of Independence
I Hope Russia Wins
Brave New World of Nuanced Genders and Binary Ideas; or: Fiddling with Roe v. Wade While Rome Burns
DOJ Dishes Out Taxpayer Dollars
Politicians Have Abolished the Abolition of Federal Agencies
Putting Right-to-Try Drug Prices in Perspective

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