What Good Is a Judiciary…?

The judiciary exists to ensure that legislation is in accordance with higher standards of law and the Constitution. However, as noted in a study recently and highlighted on Reason.com, even though legislation has become a business of wholesale, “pass the bill so you can see what’s in it” overreaching, the courts are an all-around failure…

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OUTLAW THE SUN

Frédéric Bastiat (1801-1850) is my favorite economist. Even though he lived over 150 years ago, his social, political, economic, and fiscal criticisms of newly-socialist France were spot on. Eerily, they are just as pertinent to today’s America, especially to dispelling the fallacies that the political, media, and academic classes consistently air. The following essay speaks…

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