Marc Scribner - Fox Business
Our America Initiative Advisory Counsil for Internet & Technology Freedom
Marc Scribner discusses the future of automated vehicles on Fox Business' "The Independents."
By Doug Bandow - Forbes
Our America Initiative Advisory Coucil Member for Defense & Foreign Policy
Had the U.S. been so foolish as to bring Ukraine into NATO Washington would have a treaty responsibility to start World War III. Today’s game of geopolitical chicken might have a nuclear end.
By Gary Johnson - The Washington Times
How would consumers like it if, when they go to buy a new car, they were led to believe that the only real choice they have is to buy either a Ford or a Chevy? What if, after they looked at the Ford and the Chevy, half of all consumers weren’t satisfied with either one?
By Evan Bernick
Our America Initiative Advisory Council Member for Over Criminalization
Man Verbally Abused, Arrested for Filming Police. Regrettably, the public service of our “public servants” sometimes leaves much to be desired. Just ask George Thompson, who claims that he was verbally abused, arrested, and locked up overnight for exercising his First Amendment right to film a profane police officer from his own front porch. According to The Daily Caller, Thompson, a 51-year-old citizen of Fall Rivers, Massachusetts, was minding his own business on his porch when he observed Officer Thomas Barboza sitting in a patrol car, engaged in a cell phone conversation unfit for public consumption.
By Seung Min Kim -Politico
House Democrats are rolling out a new strategy to target 30 House Republicans on immigration reform during the two-week congressional recess, marking a last-ditch effort to force GOP action on a legislative overhaul.
By Matt Ferner -Huff Post Politics
Legalizing medical marijuana causes no increase in crime, according to a new study. In fact, legalized medical pot may reduce some violent crime, including homicide, University of Texas at Dallas researchers wrote in a journal article published this week.
By Chris Edwards - The Cato Institute
The Internal Revenue Service scandal over the targeting of conservative groups has highlighted the agency’s power to obstruct our political freedoms. Filing taxes every April also drives home how the government reduces our freedom.
By Charlie Warzel - BussFeed FWD
Heartbleed, the enormous security bug that could affect up to two-thirds of the internet, has left more than 500,000 websites exposed to attackers. And while many are worried their information was left vulnerable to criminal hackers, one security adviser believes the National Security Agency could well have been the true beneficiary of the flaw.