Thanks to economist Phil Magness, I learned a new term today: “Faucism.” It describes how public health bureaucracy is becoming a special interest group that seeks it’s own perpetuation and expansion of its powers. This trend was predicted 170 years ago by Herbert Spencer.
If the police are asking you for permission to search your vehicle, that’s a pretty strong indicator that they don’t have probable cause to be doing so. Libertas Institute policy analyst Molly Davis spells out why a routine traffic stop should be just that–and nothing more.
Jon Miltimore is one of my favorite sources of content for this show. I should be paying him some kind of royalties for how much time he has saved me on show prep. His latest article is about what happens when the experts fail. It’s a subject in which all of us are getting a graduate-level education.