Maybe—just maybe—Cruz’s table manners aren’t Congress’ biggest problem?
Guess what metro area hosts six of the ten wealthiest counties in America?
Prohibition isn’t popular outside of the U.S. either.
America still has too many Prohibition regulations. No wonder we need a drink.
As usual, government is the problem.
It’s basically legalized sexual assault.
Taxpayers are getting fleeced.
If Washington were really concerned with keeping Americans safe, it would look in the mirror.
Here’s how they’re trying to handcuff him.
“Police misconduct is inherently a local problem.”
We’ve tried this before—and millions of African Americans paid a heavy price.
“The system forced me to do it.”
You won’t believe their terrible “offense.”
What a surprise.
So much for federal civil asset forfeiture reform.
Most nanny-state regulations are annoying and ineffective.
At the South by Southwest in Austin this weekend, the president seemed to say we care about privacy rights too much.
Whenever Washington assumes any power, you can expect it to grow beyond its original boundaries.
Why Republicans can’t get their act together.
The rise of Donald Trump—no matter what else one thinks of him—has one big advantage.
One of the easiest ways to avoid dealing with a problem is to simply deny it exists.
“These people are beaten down so hard, you give them any opportunity to be normal, it lifts them up.”
One of the worst money pits in all the federal government.
In 2015, Volkswagen engineers admitted they cheated on emissions tests.
Thanks to libertarian law firm The Institute for Justice.
This isn’t the Cruz we know and love.
Too much threat inflation, not enough reform.