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JFK and the Left's Legacy of Conspiracy

Today marks the 48th anniversary of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, and with it, 48 years of conspiracy theories. The Left has promulgated nearly all of these theories since the day of the assassination in 1963. Kennedy was

The Joy Of Other People's Money

Peter Schiff, the president of EuroPacific Capital and sometimes-pundit/author/political-candidate, testified before the House of Representatives Subcommittee on Government Reform and Stimulus Oversight on September 13th. The video of his testimony has become a minor YouTube hit and was featured prominently

Little Green Tyrannists Run Amok in Hollywood

Of tyrannies large and small, irritating me the most is the rise of the Green Police. They’ve reached heights previously held only by the subject of excessive taxation. First of all, the entire basis for green ideology and the ideologues

Bert and Ernie: Yes They Can!

Will they or won’t they? Could they? Should they? Speculation ran rampant this week after a petition signed by 900 people was sent to the producers of Sesame Street demanding Bert and Ernie finally get with the times and tie

U.S. Military: Protectors of the Selfish Class?

I happened to be in a hair salon when the news first hit. The shock was palpable as word spread from the employees to their clients. There was surprise, then sadness. It was one of those moments some people will

Eastwood Flashback: A Look at 'The Eiger Sanction'

Considering the 1975 action/adventure film was panned by critics and lost money at the box office, it’s no surprise “The Eiger Sanction” isn’t counted among the best and brightest of Clint Eastwood’s directorial oeuvre. It certainly doesn’t come close to

Fairness? Raise Taxes on the Middle Class

Let’s talk about fairness. As President Obama himself explained in a debate back in 2008, the tax code isn’t and shouldn’t be structured for maximizing either revenue or economic growth. It’s about fairness. And by fairness, he means a highly

Hey, Mr. President, 'Where's the Plan?'

Back in the 80s, Wendy’s, the fast-food giant, ran a very successful ad campaign known as “Where’s the beef?”… Perhaps the Republicans should revise the famous line for an ad campaign and call it “Where’s the plan?”. Obama has spent

Bye Bye Shuttle Era…Hello, Innovation

On the morning of April 12, 1981, I had the privilege of doing something few other 6-year-olds got to do: I watched the very first Space Shuttle launch from the air near Cape Canaveral. My father, at the time, owned

Government Solutions Inefficient & Uncreative

Polling data, as well as anecdotal evidence suggests two things: Liberals especially and even some who are loosely conservative and/or those who are economically near-illiterate, assume A) money grows on trees; and B) anything the government does can only be