Government Playing God

Ten months ago in Middlesex, England, a baby boy was born. Suffering from a rare genetic disorder known as mitochondrial DNA depletion syndrome, Charlie Gard was written off by the medical establishment as terminally ill. When his parents announced their intentions to take their child to the U.S. for experimental treatment, their efforts were effectively …

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Remember, Republicans

In March 2010, Democrat leadership in the House and Senate passed the Patient Protection & Affordable Care Act, filled with an endless sea of contradictory mandates and regulations. Soon thereafter, then-President Obama signed the bill, many calling it his single signature achievement as chief executive. Republicans promised a repeal to “ObamaCare,” as they called it, …

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It’s The People, Not The Process

Every year upon the re-election of an establishment Republican, conservatives and libertarians alike lament their loss and proceed to call for term limits to solve their problem. In his campaign speeches last year, then businessman-turned-candidate Donald Trump hopped on board this train as well, stating he would push limits for Congress to help “drain the …

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School Choice In The Senate

With the introduction of SB 3 in the Texas Senate, many individuals and organizations have publicly voiced their support for subsidizing private and homeschool education, giving a financial break to hundreds of thousands of people. Others have offered criticism of this bill as well, for a plethora of reasons. Still more are undecided. But on …

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The Fourth, The Fifth, And Forgetfulness

Meeting with members of the National Sheriff’s Association early this month, President Trump reiterated his belief in the supremacy of our nation’s laws, as well as his respect for law enforcement. And when certain attendees began to complain of lawmakers’ efforts to curb their powers, namely in the area of asset forfeiture, the president immediately …

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