By Author "Megan Stiles" - page 17
Imagine the horror of mere commoners determining the definition of hummus! Fortunately Sabra Dipping in Chesterfield, Virginia is lobbying the government to save us all. From Reason: The company, whose Chesterfield, Virginia, plant produces [...]
Trevor Burrus, a research fellow at the Cato Institute, writes in the Boston Herald about Harry Reid's attempt to limit the First Amendment: The world has never seen, and never will see, a law aimed at eliminating the praise of the lawmakers. [...]
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Reason TV has a great video on the "sharing economy" which includes services such as Uber, Lyft, and Sidecar. Of course, government bureaucrats are eager to shut down these popular alternatives to traditional services.
In his latest NSA revelations, journalist Glen Greenwald says he plans to release the names of US citizens who have been targeted by the United States government. From Real Clear Politics: “One of the big questions when it comes to domestic [...]
Michael J. Totten writes in City Journal about the Cuba that tourists never see: devastating poverty. The maximum wage is just the beginning. Not only are most Cubans not allowed to have money; they’re hardly allowed to have things. The [...]
The Republican National Committee filed a lawsuit Friday against the Federal Election Commission challenging the limit individuals may donate to the Party. From Politico: The central committee, chairman Reince Priebus and Louisiana Republicans [...]
SPRINGFIELD, Virginia- Today, Campaign for Liberty released the following statement from C4L President John Tate on the IRS’s decision to delay proposed rules targeting political groups: “While many, even on the right, are claiming [...]
Do you think this is reasonable? A 19-year-old is facing life in prison for allegedly making pot brownies. From My Fox DC: A 19-year-old Texas man accused of making and selling brownies laced with marijuana and hash oil faces a felony charge [...]