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Destroying the environment to save it

BY PAUL DRIESSEN ~Pseudo-green energy will wreak devastation, pretending to prevent exaggerated climate harm~ “We had to destroy the village in order to save it.” The...

Thank Goodness Dr. Fauci Does Not Run NASA

BY BOB BARR Blue state governors and blue city mayors are continuing to repeat their “sky-is-falling” outcries that people should be afraid to take a...

Prioritizing climate over pandemics

BY PAUL DRIESSEN ~We need a full accounting of what was spent preparing for the ‘climate crisis’ versus COVID~ As of May 20, the United States...

Honoring Their Gift

BY T.F. STERN Gratitude is an interesting human trait.  We say thank you when somebody does something nice for us or gives us a present;...

The real climate science deniers

BY PAUL DRIESSEN ~Manmade climate crisis promoters reject inconvenient evidence of natural climate change~ Fifty years ago, I helped organize Earth Day #1 programs on my...

A Transformative Experience

BY T.F. STERN My grandson, James, is up here at our house in the country.  He was asking lots of questions about various things on...

Romanian Churches Sue Illinois Governor for Discrimination

LIBERTY COUNSEL CHICAGO, IL – Romanian churches have filed a federal lawsuit against Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker for his unconstitutional executive orders discriminating against churches by restricting...

In-Person Church Services Win in Kentucky

LIBERTY COUNSEL Last night, Liberty Counsel won an injunction from a Kentucky federal District Court granting its request for in-person church services on behalf of Maryville Baptist...

The COVID-19 Reallocation Shock

RYAN BOURNE, CATO INSTITUTE Much of the pandemic economic policy response around the world seemed designed to freeze the economy of March 2020. Existing employment...

Private School COVID-19 Permanent Closure Tracker

NEAL MCCLUSKEY, CATO INSTITUTE All schools will likely suffer in the COVID-19 recession. But as recently discussed, private schools as a whole are likely to suffer worse...

Radical Left Wants a Federal Bailout to Keep Funding Planned Parenthood and Abortion

JORDAN SEKULOW, ACLJ Debate continues over federal bailouts to state and local governments, as part of a Phase 4 stimulus. It’s important to note that...

A miraculous turn of events

BY PAUL DRIESSEN ~Michael Moore and Driessen agree! Wind, solar and biofuel energy are devastating Planet Earth~ Never in my wildest dreams did I envision a...

Tennessee Parents Blast Court Ruling Against ESA Program

Absent appellate relief, Tennessee parents won't be able to use ESA program next school year. CONOR BECK, INSTITUTE FOR JUSTICE Today, the Chancery Court for Davidson...

President Trump Declares a National Day of Prayer

The White House • May 7, 2020 “As our Nation heals, our Spirit has never been Stronger!” President Trump says. At the White House today, the President joined...

Everyone Who Can Flee the Disease is Doing So – Thomas Jefferson Leadership

THOMAS JEFFERSON LEADERSHIP A malignant fever … in the filth of Water street which gives great alarm. About 70. people had died of it two...

China Spends Billions to Buy Silence of the American Left

BY BOB BARR How much does silence cost? For China, it is at least $180 billion, which is how much the Chinese have spent in...

US Dept. of Education Issues New Title IX Due Process Protections

BREAKING: Education Dept. issues new Title IX regs with crucial campus due process protections, adopts Supreme Court sexual harassment definition WASHINGTON, May 6, 2020 —...

Economics in Rhyme: the Illuminating Poetry of Willford I. King

BY LAWRENCE W. REED Willford I. King believed broadly in private property, free enterprise, and limited government.   "The Minimum Wage" To make a horse drink It is foolish...

U.S. Postal Service in Crisis

CHRIS EDWARDS, CATO INSTITUTE President Trump has reignited a feud with the U.S. Postal Service calling it “a joke” the other day. He does not like Amazon’s delivery...

Seeing different sides of a memory

BY T.F. STERN My grandson wanted to look at photographs that had been stored away in some old albums.  There were images of my folks,...