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Public Pays Steep Price For Congress' Failure to Reclaim War Powers

The airstrike that killed Quds Force Commander Qassem Soleimani and the subsequent tensions between the United States and Iran have sparked a new debate in Congress over the 2001 and 2002 Authorizations for the Use of Military Force, or AUMFs, against al Qaeda and Iraq. These nearly 20-year-old authorizations for war have been interpreted far too broadly by Republican and Democratic presidents alike. The AUMFs have been used as the justification for conducting military actions in several countries beyond what was originally intended, and it's time for Congress to repeal them.

01/23/2020
"Top 10 Reasons to Support Chris McDaniel for MS Sen."
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Top Ten Reasons to Support Chris McDaniel for U.S. Senate in Mississippi

Chris McDaniel has said that the federal government does not have the constitutional authority to mandate health-care on the people.

05/28/2014
Jeb Bush and the Common Core Money Trail
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Jeb Bush and the Common Core Money Trail

Florida is known for having great options when it comes to school choice and, in some ways, that remains true. After all, Florida provides many options for families in public, private, and online education, which is far more than a lot of states provide. However, all is not as it seems in Florida.  

06/19/2013
Cut Taxes – Free Everyone to Maximize their Time and Talent
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Cut Taxes – Free Everyone to Maximize their Time and Talent

Personal Freedom and Prosperity 103: Private Property“….private property, production, and voluntary exchange … are the ultimate sources of human civilization.”  - Hans-Hermann HoppeUtilizing possessions greatly advances a person’s opportunity to invest their time, intellect, labor and money. These investments, coupled with limitless and competitive exchanges of ideas and products, propel commerce, science, art and charity. Then, civilization advances.

11/18/2012
Obama: Is He Shockingly Uninformed?
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Obama: Is He Shockingly Uninformed?

As I have previously pointed out, if you can successfully divorce the cool persona from the words he speaks, President Obama plainly and often tells us exactly what he thinks, believes and intends. And when you listen to or read the words he says, it becomes abundantly clear that he is dedicated to a big government solution for every problem - whether real or imaginary.

09/19/2012
The Real Cost of the Auto Industry Bailout
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The Real Cost of the Auto Industry Bailout

Today, Politico’s Arena featured an online debate over the results of the automobile industry’s bailout. Many of the contributors have hailed the bailout as a success due to the perceived growth in the auto industry and, namely, in Michigan, Ohio, and Pennsylvania.

07/30/2010
It Ain't Easy Being Green
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It Ain't Easy Being Green

It's no surprise that many free-market advocates were worried by President Bush's speech on climate change last week (see here, for starters) -- I know I wasn't thrilled with it. But maybe he was hoping to bring some liberals (or, more likely, moderates) over to his side? Well, looks like his speech, which announced a goal of leveling off greenhouse gas emissions by 2025 didn't have much success.

04/20/2008
What Legacy?
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What Legacy?

I'm in the American Spectator this morning with a piece speculating on the motivations behind Bush's global warming speech yesterday. One thing I didn't note was that McCain's people are probably frustrated by this. While Bush didn't go all the way in endorsing cap and trade, as McCain has, he did substantially moderate his position on the issue, meaning it will be even tougher for McCain to differentiate himself from the current administration.

04/16/2008
Bush's War (on Warming)
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Bush's War (on Warming)

Monday's Washington Times had a story indicating that President Bush would give a major speech on global warming today -- and that it would likely include a significant shift in climate change policy.

04/15/2008