High Tech Young Americans

    America needs more high tech young Americans. State governments are making slow progress towards producing more computer science proficient high school graduates, yet the federal government has been reluctant to make this a national priority.  Conservatives recognize that the federal government has dominion over immigration laws, yet many are reluctant to advocate education policies that will reduce the need to import foreign laborer to help | Read More »

    The Real Fight Over Puerto Rico

    Anyone who follows the news is aware that Puerto Rico’s finances are in such a mess, that the island’s big spending liberal governor has proclaimed a moratorium on debt payments.  After decades of big spending, social welfare programs and the growth of government jobs, the bill has come due and they are refusing to pay.  Worse yet, they are refusing to reform too.  Puerto Rico | Read More »

    Elon Musk Risking Taxpayer Cash

    Billionaire Elon Musk is loved by the left because he is pushing a number of companies that provide cheap solar panels for average Americans, a space exploration company visited by President Obama and cars that run on batteries.  The problem is that his companies are risky investments and he can’t get private financing for all of his risky ideas.  No sane investor would loan him | Read More »

    Crony Capitalism Alive and Well in the United States Senate

    The biggest threat to the future of the Republican Party is … the Republican Party.  They have lost their credibility on most every issue. They talk about cutting spending but spending always goes up. They decry the growing threat of the executive branch, yet refuse to use the power of the purse to reign in abuses by the president. They denounce President Obama’s dangerous agreement | Read More »

    While Congress Fights to Eliminate the Patent Troll, the Department of Justice Could be Giving Rise to “The Copyright Troll”

    The Department of Justice is in the process of wrapping up a two-year review of its antitrust consent decrees with ASCAP and BMI (the primary collectives for music publishers and songwriters).  These consent decrees allow ASCAP and BMI to function as monopolies, but protect the marketplace by restraining their ability to manipulate pricing. As this review is winding down, DoJ is now considering a last | Read More »

    A New Know-Nothing Movement on Immigration

    There is a rational and an irrational debate in Congress on the issue of high tech visas. Some argue that the tech community needs more high tech workers and they are worried that the United States is not producing enough new workers educated in computer sciences. Some on the right and left have banded together to argue that the high tech community is trying to | Read More »

    Reagan vs. Trump

    On the proper role of government: Reagan: In this vote-harvesting time, they use terms like the “Great Society,” or as we were told a few days ago by the President, we must accept a “greater government activity in the affairs of the people.” But they have been a little more explicit in the past and among themselves–and all of the things that I now will | Read More »

    “Liberaltarian” Group Pushing Left Wing Global Warming Agenda

    Money can’t buy you love but apparently it can buy you a group of “liberaltarians” willing to sell their soul on the issue global warming. Meet Jay Faison, the North Carolina businesses promising to become the Republican version of Tom Steyer. He is spending $175 millions to get Republicans to turn green in order to find a “solution” to climate change. When Sen. Kelly Ayotte | Read More »

    Ron DeSantis – Veteran Constitutional Conservative

    Rep. Ron DeSantis is a junior member of the House of Representatives who may be joining Sens. Mike Lee (R-UT), Rand Paul (R-KY) and Ted Cruz (R-TX) as leaders in the Senate liberty movement next January. DeSantis was elected to the House in 2012 and had the endorsement of Sen. Lee and Red State’s own Erick Erickson showing his early conservative credentials. And he has proven | Read More »

    Jim Jordan – Conservative Leader

    Rep. Jim Jordan has been fighting against Republican establishment leadership since he was elected to Congress in 2006. According to his official bio, “In the 112th Congress, Jordan served as Chairman of the House Republican Study Committee, the largest caucus of conservatives, advancing conservative ideas and solutions on Capitol Hill. In the 114th Congress, Jordan helped found the House Freedom Caucus, and is currently serving | Read More »

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