Who is afraid of the Knights of Columbus? Turns out a couple of Democratic senators are. And they are willing to block the nomination of a Trump federal court nominee because of that nominee's membership in the charitable organization:
Parts of the federal government have been shut down since Dec. 21. While we are pleased to note the world continues to spin, there are those who believe that a day without all the government we can possibly get is a calamity. Don't buy the hype, folks:
This year marks the 60th anniversary of the publication of one of the more important educational essays on the principles and power of free markets: "I, Pencil," by Leonard Reed. You can read the essay here -- and we urge you to do so.
The new year has barely gotten started and what do we discover in the headlines? Democrats declaring their intention to run for their party's 2020 presidential nomination.
Largely overlooked in the news flow was a story about Hillary Clinton's emails.
Local governments sometimes make life as difficult for small business owners. That's especially so in communities where the businesses in question aren't the cute, trendy outlets that some local bureaucrats so admire. Consider this case from Vermont, and business owner Ted Pelkey. Mr.