In defense of the peer-to-peer economy

Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton, two of the at least five Democrats seeking that parties presidential nomination, have recently come out in opposition to a growing segment of the economy: the so…

Debate on debates continues

The first presidential candidate debates are right around the corner, and the large number of GOP candidates has inadvertently helped supporters of minor party and independent candidates in the debate on debates.…

A New Declaration for Independence

Two hundred thirty nine years ago, Americans declared their independence. I’m suggesting that this Saturday we declare it again. As we celebrate the freedoms already won, let’s celebrate as well our coming…

SCOTUS rules on free speech

The US Supreme Court recently issued two seemingly conflicting rulings on free speech. Scotusblog reports the Supreme Court “gave state governments sweeping new control over the messages that can be put on…

Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi may win the prize for biggest failure ever. His historic role as the first elected leader of Egypt in thousands of years of history was a disaster. He…

TSA failures expose security theater

At the beginning of the month, Homeland Security Director Jeh Johnson announced that acting-TSA chief Melvin Carraway would be reassigned after a report was released showing that the TSA failed 95% of…