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Attorney General Jeff Sessions recently ordered the Justice Department to increase the use of civil asset forfeiture, thus once again endorsing an unconstitutional, authoritarian, and increasingly unpopular policy. Civil asset forfeiture, which should be called civil asset theft, is the practice of seizing property believed to be involved in a …

Why is the government so bad at healthcare? They’ve been at it for seventy-five years and still can’t get it right. It’s expensive. Access is spotty. It’s mired in bureaucracy. And it’s fraught with waste. Obamacare was supposed to fix all this, but instead, like every other government healthcare program …

It appears the Democrats and their ilk learned well from Joseph McCarthy.  With scant evidence, at times almost none, McCarthy set out to “expose” communists within With scant evidence, at times almost none, McCarthy set out to “expose” communists within government who were believed to be undermining the republic by …

“We recognize no sovereign but God, and no king but Jesus!” -John Hancock, April 18, 1775 First, think of this, the greatest man in History is Jesus! He had no servants.  Yet, they called Him master. He had no degree.  Yet, they called Him Teacher. He had no medicines.  Yet, …

On the radio show I participate in on Friday mornings, my fellow commentators and I were answering the question, “What were the worst Supreme Court decisions of all time?” Now that is a difficult question because there are so many bad decisions to choose from – Dred Scott, Roe, v. …

We may never pass this way again. I know that is a song that was made popular by Dan Seales and Dash Croft a generation ago, but that really is the seriousness of our position. It truly could be now or never. I have been writing weekly commentaries since 2004 …

A significant development on the political landscape that represents something of a barometer for popular backlash against progressivism in America (and to a lesser extent, the former presidential administration) is the phenomenon of intolerance with regard to disingenuous political activists and political activism among celebrities. “Intolerance?” you ask. Yes, though …

Those who believe that our own government is perfectly willing to commit an atrocity and then blame it on someone else tend to deny threats when they’re brought up consistently by the media. Let’s take the North Korea nuclear menace, for example. I’ve been writing about the rising threat from …

There’s good news for Manchester. The city with the highest death rate and some of the worst drug and alcohol problems in England is getting a statue of Friedrich Engels. A scowling bearded cement statue of Marx’s best friend will fix everything wrong with Manchester. The statue comes to Manchester …

I was seated recently at a table of educated Romanians, late twenties and early thirties, lawyers, businessmen, teachers, engineers, doctors, and lobbyists for various globalist non-profits in D.C. We were celebrating the success of Romanian-Americans, a diaspora composed of individuals who belonged to my generation that escaped communism and others …