David Harsanyi documents media failures in reporting on the assassination of Qasem Soleimani. The story at issue in not the story. That bad journalism is now standard is the story.
In this fascinating article from 2014, Dr. Hamburger associates administrative law primarily with the executive power of a nation state; meaning the king or the president, for example. But while the history is informative, it doesn’t do enough to illuminate our current reality.Continue reading “Imprimis: The History and Danger of Administrative Law”
Much of the rhetoric at the link covers ground already familiar to Forum readers. What’s new is the report that “YouTube is now blocking links to the State of Virginia Legislative Information System (LIS)” whereby the texts of the various anti-gun bills are accessible.Continue reading “AT: YouTube blocks links to texts of Virginia anti-gun Bills”
The writer of this piece makes a good point, one too often slighted: The benefits that for-profit free markets predictably produce far outweigh any losses to the general welfare.
As I watched the Speaker a few moments ago, I kept thinking, “These people are sick.”
We have at present a hopeful situation in the Middle East that the president engineered. Iran’s regional ambitions are humbled, for the moment, and a de-escalation of tensions and eventual return to diplomacy are the most probable outcomes. Most people would call this a success, but the Democrats see it as a chance to grab at power and take credit for conditions they didn’t create.
That’s not how it is supposed to work.
The answer to the question, Is Trump winning again?” is yes.
Remember that trade deficits measure the amount of money that flows out of the country. There simply is no possible way to improve a nation’s wealth by exporting its currency. This would be obvious if money were made of gold, as it once was, but the effect is the same no matter what money is made of.
I am sharing this link because we seem to get a lot of NYT posts in the Forum. I would encourage people to be more skeptical of NYT as a source of reliable factual reporting and, for that reason, especially skeptical of it’s analytical reporting. NYT doesn’t really deserve the veneration it seems to enjoy.
For the oh-well-mistakes-are-made-and-usually-corrected crowd, I point to the last sentence.