Get your FREE Patriot’s Primer on American Liberty now In the wake of Tennessee tornadoes, and a rolling near-pandemic Coronavirus contagion, conservatives clinging to smaller government ideology face a challenge on the role of the federal government in responding to disasters. Should Washington D.C. step in, does responsibility lie at lower levels or government, or […]
The Boston Globe reports that the FBI and ICE sweep photo databases at state departments of motor vehicles (DMV) to run criminal searches unauthorized by state or federal law. You didn’t sign off, granting the feds permission to access your image and information without probable cause. Lawmakers on both sides of the aisle complain that the law enforcement agencies have done this on their own initiative, turning the land of the Fourth Amendment — the Republic of “innocent until proven guilty” — into suspect nation.
In 2014, the Obama education department told public schools they should avoid suspending or expelling students of color because they were being punished three times more often than Whites. Trump’s education team just yanked that guidance. Will Black students suffer, or are all students safer? Right Angle — with Bill Whittle, Stephen Green and Scott […]
State buys drugs for inmates and recently-release ex-cons to keep them from overdosing. It seems to be working. But should your state tax and Medicaid dollars go to buy drugs for addicts. Bill Whittle, Stephen Green and Scott Ott examine the value, the risk, and perhaps the demise of this strange festival. Subscribe and become […]