Poll: Majority of Americans Support Protecting the Unborn, Limiting Abortion to Early in Pregnancy

Almost 70% of Americans support limiting abortion to the first three months of pregnancy, a survey by the Knights of Columbus-Marist Poll released Wednesday revealed.  Sixty percent of the survey’s respondents said they oppose using tax dollars for abortion services domestically, while 78% oppose funding abortion services abroad.  “Nearly 7 in 10 Americans believe abortion should be limited,” Marist … Continue reading Poll: Majority of Americans Support Protecting the Unborn, Limiting Abortion to Early in Pregnancy

National Association for Gun Rights Opposing ATF Pistol Brace Rule

The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF) released their final rule singlehandedly banning “stabilizing braces” for AR-pistols, AK-pistols, and certain classes of weapons that shoot shotgun shells. Stabilizing braces are a common accessory that make firearms more controllable and safer to shoot. “The National Association for Gun Rights and our legal foundation oppose … Continue reading National Association for Gun Rights Opposing ATF Pistol Brace Rule

Memo to John Kerry: Advancing Economic Freedom Is True Key to Saving Planet

During his remarks Tuesday at the World Economic Forum meeting in Davos, Switzerland, John Kerry, President Joe Biden’s climate envoy, rather absurdly declared that “it’s so almost extraterrestrial to think about saving the planet.” Indeed, Kerry’s assertion sounds so alien, particularly considering the reality of how China, the world’s top polluter, has avoided paying for climate damage. According … Continue reading Memo to John Kerry: Advancing Economic Freedom Is True Key to Saving Planet

Paul Ehrlich: Wrong on 60 Minutes and for Almost 60 Years

CBS recently featured infamous doomsayer Paul Ehrlich on their long-running show 60 Minutes. In his segment, Ehrlich tries to convince viewers we’re on a fast track to an environmental disaster of existential proportions, particularly when it comes to animal extinctions. "In ten years all important animal life in the sea will be extinct,” Ehrlich said. … Continue reading Paul Ehrlich: Wrong on 60 Minutes and for Almost 60 Years

3 Common Economic Fallacies That Need to Die

Seemingly every day, there are news reports and political commentators repeating economic fallacies that should have been dead and buried long ago. Unfortunately, these misconceptions are often taken by the public to be true at face value, typically because their frequent repetition has given them an unwarranted sense of legitimacy. It is in fact all … Continue reading 3 Common Economic Fallacies That Need to Die

The Consequences of Senate Republicans’ Omnibus Surrender

The GOP’s omnibus betrayal is complete. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., and 17 other Republicans joined Democrats as the Senate passed a $1.85 trillion monstrosity of a spending bill Thursday that does a whole lot more than just waste money. The vote was 68-29. The bill moves to the House of Representatives, where the lame-duck, majority-Democrat ghost of … Continue reading The Consequences of Senate Republicans’ Omnibus Surrender

Congress Guts Budget Rules and Misses Chance to Cut Spending

Republicans in Congress missed a huge opportunity to begin putting our country’s fiscal house in order. Inflation caused by runaway government spending and money printing was the top issue on the minds of voters in the November midterm elections. The Left’s reckless pursuit of these disastrous policies has been a boon for fiscally conservative politicians bold enough … Continue reading Congress Guts Budget Rules and Misses Chance to Cut Spending

A President Who Warned Americans What Extravagant Federal Spending Would Do to Character

I favor the policy of economy, not because I wish to save money, but because I wish to save people. The men and women of this country who toil are the ones who bear the cost of the Government. Every dollar that we carelessly waste means that their life will be so much the more … Continue reading A President Who Warned Americans What Extravagant Federal Spending Would Do to Character

Chip Roy demands EPA reverse ‘flawed, inaccurate’ decision denying small refineries relief from crony mandate

Rep. Chip Roy (TX-21) and ten of his House Republican colleagues demanded the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) reverse its decision to deny small refineries relief from the crony Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) mandate. A recent Government Accountability Office report found EPA based its decision to deny small refineries relief from the RFS on flawed, inaccurate, and unverified … Continue reading Chip Roy demands EPA reverse ‘flawed, inaccurate’ decision denying small refineries relief from crony mandate