Regulating Toward Lawlessness

 “If you have ten thousand regulations you destroy all respect for the law,” Winston Churchill Churchill reportedly said that in 1949 in the House of Commons as he defended free markets from the overregulation prone post-World War II Labour government.  If he were alive today, I wonder what he would say when he learned that in the United …

ObamaCare Needs to Be Shelved; Have Amazon Reform Healthcare

During a CNNe interview yesterday afternoon, we discussed the week in politics. It was a busy week, especially in the international realm with Secretary of State John Kerry cutting short his trip to the Middle East to join Geneva talk with the Iranian regime (be sure to read Yleem’s piece on the matter here). ObamaCare, …

Vive les Verts, Éteignez les lumières

Paris is starting to ration electricity. This is what they do in Communist Cuba to “conserve” electricity. French officials say they will be helping reduce the country’s carbon footprint. It is a colossal embarrassment and great example why governments will always be poor administrators. But, they are bragging. It is good to do says Environment Minister, …

The EU, an over-subsidized and regulatory superstate gone amok

Don’t drink the bottled water, it’s bad for the environment. That is the first thing I thought of last week when Yleem sent me a news article on a European Union study that water does not prevent dehydration.  No, it was not in the National Enquirer. Might as well be. As of the publication of …

Guest Dispatch: “A Republic if we can keep it”

By Guillermo Vallejo Get the bottles of champagne ready to go.  A debt deal “solution” was finally reached.  Hopefully, you see through the media hype and realize this solution was no solution at all.  For weeks we heard most pundits appeal to bipartisanship, civility and pragmatism.  Our political leaders claim that they have reached a …

Why Lawyers Get a Bad Reputation