The Rule of Law Goes to Pot - Erick Erickson
Whether or not to enforce the law is not an executive option.
Why We've Let Actors Become Our Moral Guides - Jonah Goldberg
It's unfathomable why we allow ourselves to look up to Hollywood.
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America knows posturing when it sees it. Actors doing what actors do.
Celebrate Freedom, Not Pot - Froma Harrop
Pot is just another risky intoxicant, like alcohol, to be used with care.
Don't Refill the Swamp by Restoring Earmarks, President Trump - Philip Wegmann
What a way to alienate the base and encourage bad behavior.
Happy Times and Starry Dreams in Tinsel Town - Wesley Pruden
Ah, the Hollywood primary. And the results are (yawn) unanimous.
Who Are You Calling a Moron? - Stephen Moore
If Trump is an idiot, what are the liberal elites he keeps outsmarting?
Usurping the President's Constitutional Authority - James A. Lyons
The courts tread on the C-in-C's authority; DOJ surrenders too easily.
America Needs a Balanced-Budget Amendment More Than Ever - George Will
Our current censensus: Taxation without representation of the unborn.
Bureaucrats Earn How Much? - Lewis Morris
The average worker in 78 federal agencies makes about $100,000 per year.
Dangers of Government Control - Walter Williams
Seven unelected people have life-and-death control over our economy.
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