By: Alexis Eisa “Every citizen shall have the right and the opportunity . . . to vote and to be elected at genuine periodic elections which shall be by universal and equal suffrage and shall be held by secret ballot, guaranteeing the free expression of the will of the electors.” This is the United States’ … Continue reading Gerrymandering Violates U.S. Citizens’ Human Rights
Return of the King: Do private property rights restore a government of kings in castles?
By: Russell Facente When the British Crown failed to consider the unique needs of the American Colonies, the Founding Fathers engaged in a bloody revolution and started a new country. King George III—considered a tyrant by the Founders—successfully insulated himself from the voices of the Colonies, primarily by a giant moat known as the Atlantic … Continue reading Return of the King: Do private property rights restore a government of kings in castles?
100:1 to 18:1: Why Congress Needs to Pass the EQUAL Act
By: Princeton Wilson The beginning of the disparity The sentencing disparity between ‘crack’ and powder cocaine offenses has a disproportionate impact on African American communities and should be eliminated. The disparity stems from the 1970s when American drug markets had a surplus of powder cocaine. The surplus led to reduced profit for drug suppliers. To … Continue reading 100:1 to 18:1: Why Congress Needs to Pass the EQUAL Act
The Real Cost of Limiting Access to Abortion Services
Many states are enacting new legislation to shut down abortion clinics by adding draconian restrictions and requirements that are impossible for most clinics to meet. For example, Arizona and Texas passed bills outlawing FDA-approved abortion-inducing medication, forcing women seeking abortions to undergo more invasive and time-consuming surgical abortions instead. Arizona's attempt at enforcing a ban on … Continue reading The Real Cost of Limiting Access to Abortion Services
A Regulatory Nightmare in Reverse
by JUSTIN GRANT The Obama administration has altered more federal rules than the George W. Bush administration, prompting one commentator to call this administration “a killing ground for protective rules.” In spite of this, cries continue to ring out that the economy is suffering from over-regulation. If only businesses could be left unfettered, goes the … Continue reading A Regulatory Nightmare in Reverse