How great would it be to watch an electoral debate that was about policy rather than one that’s about who’s more obnoxious than the other? Something that may not be widely known is that many local political positions are nonpartisan.
"If those who claim that we must compromise the Bill of Rights for our own safety were to get their way, they would likely be singing a very different tune if they one day found themselves in the position of
"Economic prosperity, especially for the poor, doesn’t come from government programs. The record of history is clear. It comes when individuals enjoy freedom from government micromanagement in decisions about their lives, their businesses, their property, and their philanthropy." Writes guest