The COVID-19 pandemic has clearly changed the way many people think about the federal government. Can Conservatism survive COVID-19? What will become of ideas like limited government, lower taxes, fiscal responsibility, less regulation and federalism? Get two free items when you click this link FREE conservative alerts by email, and FREE Patriot’s Primer on American […]
The Trump administration tries to restart the execution of federal convicts after a 20-year hiatus, but a judge blocks the move because the method of lethal injection would violate a 1994 law that mandates use of the same procedure as the state where the conviction happened. Bill Whittle grapples with the quandary that puts the […]
The Trump administration ends President Obama’s moratorium on federal death penalty executions, despite concerns about racial disparities on death row. While the move changes the method of lethal injection to reduce pain — following the Texas model — the risk of executing an innocent person remains. What’s the role of capital punishment in an advanced, humane, society? Should small government Constitutional conservatives endorse the federal government’s ultimate power to wield the sword against its own citizens?
The entire Progressive Socialist argument seems primed for collapse as Populist revolts continue to sweep on country after another. Will Conservatives shake off the constraints of their own terminology, and reclaim the high moral ground of free markets and individual liberty in time to save the world?
With an increasing number of states passing more environmental rules that trump President Trump’s, should conservatives support this new green federalism?
Alabama state lawmakers pass an abortion ban in hopes of a Supreme Court challenge that overturns Roe v. Wade.. Critics says the pro-life law could spur Hollywood to stop the flow of cash to the state’s growing film business, and cost millions in legal bills. Is this bad timing for Republicans running in 2020, or should President Trump wave this banner all the way to a second term?
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 […]
Now that the Lightworker recedes into the void that he has created, our progressive friends suddenly discover the idea of SEPARATION OF POWERS.