Late last month, the Illinois House of Representatives unanimously passed a bill that would automatically register qualified state residents to vote. If the legislation makes its way through revisions in the state Senate and is signed by Gov. Bruce Rauner (R), Illinois would join seven other states and the District of Columbia that have enacted […]
How we power our nation should be, like everything else, as free market as possible. May the most effective, cheapest energy sources win. No government intervention or imposition. That means no subsidies or regulations playing favorites – picking losers at the expense of winners and warping and distorting how we choose. Because market forces lead us to make the best choices. And mean that what | Read More »
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New York Governor Andrew Cuomo appears to loathe actual energy. You know, oil, gas, coal, etc. The sources of energy that actually produce energy – cheaply and efficiently. And instead has an incredible affinity for fake energy. You know – wind, solar, ethanol, etc. The alleged “green energy” – which is neither green nor energy. Alleged energy sources that are in many instances actually worse | Read More »
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None of the three ruling strikes down President Trump’s executive order.
It’s been a banner year for the Windy City. City officials are hoping the Cubs first World Series victory since 1908 is going to overshadow one of the deadliest years on record. 27 people were shot and 7 killed over the Christmas weekend, bringing the total number of homicides to 745, a 56% increase over last year. More have been murdered in the city of | Read More »
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The 2016 Presidential election has renewed the ridiculous argument that we should shed the Electoral College and decide the race by the popular vote. Because Republican President-elect Donald Trump decisively won the former – but received approximately two million less votes in the latter. Leave aside the fact that Trump ran the electoral race, rather than the popular one – because that’s what gets you | Read More »
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Senators are trying to protect the illegal aliens some call “Dreamers” before President-elect Trump takes office and implements his plans to crackdown on illegal immigration. According to The Guardian, South Carolina’s Lindsey Graham and Illinois’ Dick Durbin are crafting legislation to send a message to Trump: This is a very defining moment about who we are as a party. This is a test for America, not | Read More »
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If there is government – there is nigh always cronyism. The more government spends and does – the more room for cronyism there is. The Feds spend $4 trillion per year, and regulate to the tune of another $2 trillion per annum – which is a LOT of space for cronyism to thrive. But the Feds absolutely do not hold a monopoly on it. And | Read More »
Today Susan Wright covered the TargetSmart/William & Mary poll of Florida’s early voters. Here are the polls we didn’t cover. STATE POLLS Arizona: A Data Orbital poll taken Oct. 29-30, shows Donald Trump leading Hillary Clinton 45%-41%, with Libertarian Gary Johnson at 4%. The polling memo said Trump’s four-point edge is the “largest lead he has garnered in weeks.” Illinois: A Loras College poll taken Oct. | Read More »
Those undercover videos from the Project Veritas investigation that show Hillary Clinton supporting Democrat operatives boasting about provoking violence at Donald Trump Campaign events have resulted in at least two complaints being filed at the Federal Election Commission.
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