Let Freedom and Cash Registers Ring

One man’s orthodoxy is another man’s heresy. That is why watching the progress and in some cases passage of “religious freedom” bills in Arizona and other states is a cause for serious concern. These bills are counterproductive to their intended … Read More

Marketplace Fairness Act Has It Backwards

I think I have come across the greatest piece of Orwellian doublespeak that I have seen in quite some time. The “Marketplace Fairness Act” is supposed to level the playing field between the traditional brick-and-mortar storefronts of the old economy … Read More

Soda Ban Leaves New Yorkers Flat

If I were a resident of the City of New York, I would be thoroughly insulted by the mayor’s latest proposal to limit soft drink cup sizes to 16 ounces. While on its face it appears to be a well-intentioned … Read More

The Balance of Power

“One side or the other has to win this argument, one side or the other will dominate.” This is a recent quote from a politician regarding his stance on partisanship and his unwillingness to work a compromise with the other … Read More

Broccoli Is a Choice, Health Insurance Is Not

Based on the recent Supreme Court arguments on healthcare, it appears that the individual mandate for the purchase of health insurance in the 2010 Affordable Care Act is headed for the scrapheap. If it is, that would essentially bring healthcare … Read More