This is not an election about the head, but about the heart, and at the heart of American politics is a burning rage.
Dillon’s Rule dictates that any conflict between the state and a city will inevitably always be resolved in favor of the state.
It is not the act of consumption that alienates, but consumerism as a way of life in which we define ourselves by what we consume.
The delegation of key moral issues to the authority of the states raises serious concerns about Ted Cruz.
In the United States, the federal government has only the powers given to it by the Constitution.
The enemies of freedom might be powerful but its friends are not by any means powerless.
The welfare state and the market state are now two defunct and mutually supporting failures.