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Brennan: Opting out of pot law carries risk

By Tom Brennan Having Anchorage opt out of the new pot legalization law would seem to be a high-risk public policy decision. The idea was proposed by Amy Demboski, an Assembly member from Eagle River and candidate for mayor in the April 7 municipal election. Taking a cautious approach to pot legalization may sound like […]

Shapiro: Obama’s executive action is good policy, bad law and terrible precedent

By Ilya Shaprio In an excellent speech combining reasoned policy arguments, appeals to American ideals, touching anecdotes, and well-selected Scripture, President Obama launched significant positive reforms to an immigration (non-)system that I’ve long called the worst part of the U.S. government (at least before Obamacare). Unfortunately, the centerpiece of this action, the legalization of around […]

Pruden: Obama puts the cat among the pigeons

By Wesley Pruden Barack Obama put the cat among the pigeons Thursday night, but he may be surprised by how big that cat could get, and with it a big cat’s appetite for more than pigeons. His “executive orders” demanding a stop to deportations is no doubt good news for millions of illegal immigrants — […]

Sowell: Racial quota punishment

By Thomas Sowell If anyone still has any doubt about the utter cynicism of the Obama administration, a recent agreement between the federal government and the Minneapolis Public Schools should open their eyes. Under the Obama administration, both the Department of Education and the Department of Justice have been leaning on public schools around the […]

Williams: Obama v. us

By Walter Williams Suppose you saw a person driving his car on the wrong side of a highway, against the traffic. Would you call him a stupid and/or incompetent driver? You say, “Williams, what kind of question is that? Of course he’s one or the other!” I’d say, “Hold your horses. What are his intentions?” […]

Pruden: Shootout on Potomac looms over immigration amnesty

By Wesley Pruden This is the week Washington has been waiting for. Barack Obama is expected to send up his executive amnesty for 5 million illegal aliens and double-dog dare the Republicans to do anything about it. The Republicans have a similar itch, eager to take on the president. The game is afoot, and the […]

Jenkins: Gruber video adds urgency to fight against Obamacare

By Paul Jenkins Obamacare, it turns out, is just another in a long string of big lies from the political left. A huge, complicated fantasy cloaked in gibberish, it is a whopper so enormous, so monstrous it could transform the United States into something unrecognizable if it is not stopped. Why lie in creating the […]

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