Nonlibertarians can be perplexed by some libertarian beliefs.
The saddest part may be that not only did it pass, but it passed with a near veto proof majority with 65 senators and 256 house representatives.
After a round of steel and aluminum tariffs (clear shots at China with almost every other major exporter nation being protected by immunity) rocked the markets, President Trump doesn’t seem done pounding them with export fees.
It’s difficult to have civil discussions amid mass hysteria, especially following a heartbreaking tragedy and before the facts come to light. When it comes to something like the school shooting that happened last week in Parkland, Florida, immediately, people jump to their sides of the fence and claim the moral high ground.
If alive today, Adams, Franklin, Jefferson and Payne would be considered unpatriotic and unAmerican by the same people who pledge allegiance to inanimate federal symbols.
People who think harming other individuals for the “greater good” can justify nearly anything.
It took the FDA 22 years to update its bad information and catch up to the market research.