Andrew Syrios | MISES It’s been noticed more than a few times that there aren’t many substantive differences between the Republicans and Democrats. While this is true in many ways … Continue reading Guns, Drugs, and Booze: The Bipartisan Support for Prohibition
Bassam Tawil | Gatestone Iran is on its way in a few years to having nuclear weapons capability. The breakout time, according to President Obama, would effectively be “zero.” Iran … Continue reading Dividing the Arabs: America and Europe’s Double Game
…..and in so doing casts the US (not Obama, but the Republicans!) as mean-spirited, unwelcoming obstructionists. It is fascinating to me that once again Obama is not the target of … Continue reading Obama praises Merkel on Germany’s ‘welcome’ to Syrians….
According to Turkish and Western media reports, the US and Turkey are planning to establish an “ISIS-free” buffer zone north of Aleppo, near the Turkish-Syrian border, in the area between … Continue reading Spotlight on Global Jihad (August 20-26, 2015)
State and local governments depend on many different types of taxes, one of which is known as an excise tax. Like general sales taxes, excise taxes are paid on the … Continue reading How Much Does Your State Collect in Excise Taxes Per Capita?