Given the popularity of Rush Limbaugh’s and Sean Hannity’s respective talk shows, it appears Americans share a disdain for political elitism. A democratic, populist, anti-aristocratic thinking pervades the general population.
Articles By: Daniel Smith
After the September 11, 2001 attacks upon the United States, President Bush warned of the consequence of such actions by America’s enemies. Unfortunately, America’s friends report their own set of hazards.
13 years…6 councils…0 results. Witness the history and goals of the Defense Ministerial of the Americas (DMA), as written by Eric Farnsworth, Vice President of the Council of the Americas (COA).
The facts of the failed Doha negotiations reveal a more impotent China than Americans would expect.
A small, unknown congressional bill, currently committee-stalled in both houses of Congress, illustrates the difficulty in passing any legislation, even if it is supported by both sides of the aisle. Case in point—the Affordable Footwear Act of 2007 (AFA).
The growth of the government’s primary enforcement agency is a microcosm of the growth of the federal government.
Believe it or not, America not only has not lost its competitive edge in the world, but, in at least one key sector, has achieved an advantage.
Both Israel’s airstrike on Syria and Ireland’s rejection of the Lisbon Treaty exemplify a fundamental debate every nation must have—globalism vs. nationalism.
The main claims that politicians make when they raise taxes on cigarettes have been found to be wanting, and very expensively so, by the National Taxpayers Union.
The August/September edition of Reason, a libertarian publication dedicated to Free Minds and Free Markets, ranks the 35 “worst nanny-state cities in America.”