When Feeding the Homeless Becomes a Crime

January 17, 2018 Editor 0

Jon Miltimore More than a dozen people were recently arrested in El Cajon, California. Their crime? They were feeding the homeless. “The arrests come in the wake of a newly enacted city ordinance banning people

Have a Low IQ? The Government Can Take Your Child

January 3, 2018 Editor 0

Jon Miltimore Amy Fabbrini and Eric Ziegler of Redmond, Oregon, did something this Christmas that many parents take for granted: they celebrated it with their child. The couple’s 10-month-old son Hunter had been in foster

Repeal Obama’s Christmas Tree Tax

December 19, 2017 Editor 0

Elizabeth Hayes The winter months are often referred to as the giving season. The government, however, has a different idea of what that means. During the holiday season, people often shower one another in gifts.

No Neutral Ground: The Problem of Net Neutrality

December 13, 2017 Editor 0

Brian Dellinger On November 21, the Federal Communications Commission announced plans to revisit its Obama-era internet regulations. It seems likely that the resulting vote will repeal the policies often referred to as net neutrality. The name