Those inclined to vote for authoritarians because they’re frightened need to realize authoritarians don’t give up power lightly.
Gov. Phil Scott said a special prosecutor who would investigate the state’s role in the Jay Peak fraud “could be beneficial.” He also questioned whether the state should claim immunity from lawsuits.
If the AG’s office’s role is defense and protecting the state, then who represents the citizens of the state if officials are guilty of wrongdoing?
A Wall Street Journal editorial notes that “Overdose deaths per million residents rose twice as fast in the 29 Medicaid expansion states …”
The Orwellian reality is that “diversity” has become a code word for uniformity of results.
We can’t fix or replace Obamacare without facing the contradiction of wanting the freedom not to buy insurance without the responsibility of paying for care when we need it.
It’s hard to think of any worse solution to the non-existent problem of not enough jobs than a universal dole.
Absolutely no statistical or causal link has been found between any vaccination and autism. Nonetheless, the myth lives on.
Regulating internet access as if it were phone service would stifle innovation and protect the current dominant players from the startups that would otherwise threaten them.
I’m afraid that America is currently a rocking boat.
For a better economy, raise the minimum wage and remove disincentives for work.
The net effect of building more nuclear plants, especially if done without subsidies, should be cheaper and not more expensive power.
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“Now what about selling more products to existing customers? The move into health care is good; lots of money and good margins there. Is it true they have to buy our product or they get fined?”