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Though few kids likely aspire to be bureaucrats in Washington, D.C., working for the EPA or IRS or other agency, there are plenty of people occupying those jobs, and they are adding endless new regulations that are stifling job creation in this country.

As the state tramples freedom of association further, Christians are increasingly forced to choose between obeying their consciences and making a living. But there is a way to fight back.

You’ve heard the story that Nero fiddled while Rome burned. I guess the modern equivalent is playing poker on your smartphone while debating going to war.

That’s what Senator John McCain (R-Ariz.), the top hawk on the Republican side of the aisle, was caught doing three days ago, during a hearing by the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. The Barack Obama Administration’s top guns were there to testify in favor of a resolution authorizing a military strike against Syria.

Walter E. WilliamsWhat is the true test of one's commitment to freedom of association? Is it when people permit others to freely associate in ways of which they approve? Or is it when they permit others to freely associate in ways they deem despicable?

One of the many unintended consequences of the political crusade for increased homeownership among minorities, and low-income people in general, has been a housing boom and bust that left many foreclosed homes that had to be rented, because there were no longer enough qualified buyers.

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