Contra Elizabeth Warren, you can’t make a cesspool smell better by introducing more competition.
Unless we can push this tired establishment thinking aside, we’ll be the world’s police forever.
It would be a shame if the promising conservative movement of the future was co-opted by the pro-war operators of the past.
Dems think they won this round by declaring him racist by official decree. They may not be smiling for long.
The mission to delegitimize Trump has failed, so hope is that Biden or a parade of far-left ‘fresh faces’ will do the trick.
AOC’s plans would amount to Solyndra on steroids, distorting the free market with new regulations and taxes.
The man behind @CrimeADay lets some air out of America’s ever-inflating federal criminal code.
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