Short-term Home Rentals don’t Create Unsafe Neighborhoods

Floridians have rented homes out to vacationers and ‘snowbirds’ for decades, but in the last few years city officials have begun making that illegal because a few bad apples shared their homes with individuals who made a nuisance of themselves. We don’t Continue reading Short-term Home Rentals don’t Create Unsafe Neighborhoods

The Poor, Disabled, and Helpless are Better off With Free Enterprise

Since capitalism is the only social system in which the courts uphold the principles of objective law—since it is the only social system in which the government protects individual rights (including property rights)—since it is the only social system in Continue reading The Poor, Disabled, and Helpless are Better off With Free Enterprise

Any President Including Obama Accepts Huge Payments for a ‘Wall Street Speech’ 

Since word got out that former President Barack Obama would be paid $400,000 to speak at a healthcare conference sponsored by Cantor Fitzgerald, a Wall Street investment firm, the condemnation from liberal commentators has been almost unanimous. But there’s actually Continue reading Any President Including Obama Accepts Huge Payments for a ‘Wall Street Speech’ 

Weakening NAFTA Free Trade, Weakens US Security

The 2016 presidential campaign polarized U.S. society. Republican candidate Donald Trump promoted politics of ethnic division and poured vitriol on imagined enemies. Immigrants to the United States from Mexico and the Middle East, as well as Muslims in general, were Continue reading Weakening NAFTA Free Trade, Weakens US Security

Venezuela’s Socialist Revolution Causes Withdrawal from OAS: Deadly Protests Continue

  Venezuela says it will withdraw from Organization of American States (OAS), accusing the Washington-based grouping of meddling in its internal affairs. The government made the announcement after the OAS voted to hold an meeting of foreign ministers to discuss Continue reading Venezuela’s Socialist Revolution Causes Withdrawal from OAS: Deadly Protests Continue

School Choice Success Proven in Arizona: Top Schools in America

Once again, Scottsdale-based Basis Charter Schools made top national rankings by U.S. News & World Report, but this time taking the No. 1 spot. Basis Oro Valley took No. 3, while Basis Peoria grabbed the No. 5 spot and Basis Continue reading School Choice Success Proven in Arizona: Top Schools in America

Obamacare and after: Even with insurance, American medical care can be ruinous | The Economist

ALTHOUGH Donald Trump occasionally pokes it in the ribs, the fight seems to have gone out of the Republican effort to reform America’s health-care system. That is a shame, not because the first attempt at reform was well-judged, but because Continue reading Obamacare and after: Even with insurance, American medical care can be ruinous | The Economist

Bernie Sanders Condemns Threats Against Ann Coulter Speech At Berkeley | The Huffington Post

Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) criticized the security threats to a speaking event by conservative pundit Ann Coulter at the University of California, Berkeley that prompted the school to postpone the talk. “I don’t like this. I don’t like it,” Sanders Continue reading Bernie Sanders Condemns Threats Against Ann Coulter Speech At Berkeley | The Huffington Post