San Fran: Don’t Call them Felons!

San Francisco is at it again, this time issuing new guidelines on what to call felons, parolees, addicts, and juvenile delinquents.  The property crime capital of the US is again more interested in protecting feelings than solving problems.

You Don’t Vote for the President – And Probably Never Will

Yesterday, the US 10th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled on a suit over whether states have the authority to force their electors to vote for the winner of the popular vote.  It turns out, according to the opinion, the states do not have that authority under the Constitution.  At least in Colorado, Utah, Wyoming, Kansas, …

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Government Spending Reform

The issue Higher taxes are not the solution to our out-of-control spending. Taxes are over $3 trillion this year. Our deficit will be over $1 trillion. Raising all taxes by one third only allows us to balance the budget. How ugly is that? It would not allow us to put a dent in our debt. …

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