Saturday, January 21, 2017

Trump Redux

Reason magazine has some observations regarding the Trump presidency. This first one tells libertarians why they should be worried about a Trump regime. Second, Nick Gillespie feels we might have a libertarian future whether Trump likes it or not:

Donald Trump is nobody's idea of a libertarian but his presidency provides a tremendous opportunity to advance libertarian policies, outcomes, and aspirations in our politics and broader culture.

Then there's all the gnashing of teeth over Trump's choice for Education Secretary. We've seen some of that here. David Harsanyi explains why school choice is a good thing, especially for minorities, and opposing school choice is immoral.

Want to know how Trump might govern? Anthony Fisher says we need look no further than what Trump wrote in his books.

That should be enough for now. Let's not beat a dead horse.

Addendum: I almost forgot; My internet buddy, Tom Knapp, looks at the "Women's Marches" we're hearing so much about:

 "If Hillary Clinton had won the election and a Men's March on Washington had been called for the day after the inauguration, that event would have been rightly recognized as what this kind of thing is: The most base form of identity politics."


At 10:03 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Soros has already lost a billion or so of his ill gotten gains backing Killary and now he's doubling down. It's only money. Wherever he goes death and destruction follow.

At 10:31 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oh God- you say Soros I say Koch bros.
Whats your point? Trump just sold our nations soul to Putin, and you're worried about Soros?

At 12:34 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

" Trump just sold our nations soul to Putin, and you're worried about Soros?"

You funny. Did you feel Hillary was being treasonous when she did her shtick with the Reset button? How about when Obama sent assurances that he could be a lot more flexible once his own election was over?


At 8:48 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

10:03, also, a Sharia Law activist headed up the dc march.


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