A big idea Democratic congressional candidates are touting on the campaign trail is something they call "Medicare for all," or "M4A." In other words, it's a single-payer, government-run health program. The idea has taken hold in Democratic primaries, and Sen.
You've probably heard the charge many times: conservatives don't believe in science, and are, in fact, at war against it. We will agree there are some folks on the right who probably need to take a remedial science class or two, but the real war against reason, facts, and science comes from our friends on the left, as we learn from John Stossel.
Maryland has a gubernatorial election this year, and Demcorats selected Ben Jealous to challenge popular incumbent Larry Hogan (R). One of Jealous' big issues: "free" medical care for all state residents.
The spectacle, subsequent outrage, and scramble to end the separation of children from would-be immigrants along the nation's southern border continues to drive much of the nation's political narrative. But there is one very interesting, if unintended, development: the left is now positioning itself as a vocal defender of the traditional family, and parental rights.
We are constantly told by those who believe humanity is responsible for the planet's ultimate doom that disaster can be avoided if we only give up those horrid fossil fuels and adopt "clean" alternatives. One of those alternatives is electric cars. We happen to think some electric cars look pretty neat -- Teslas are elegant pieces of design. But do these electric vehicles actually do anything to reduce pollution or greenhouse gas emissions?