How to restore separation of powers
John Yoo and James C. Phillips | NationalReview.com
The separation of powers is not just about the separation of powers. It’s also about religious liberty, free speech, due process, and every other liberty the Constitution protects and all those not enumerated in its text.
Who's Afraid Of Budget Deficits? I Am.
by David R. Henderson via Defining IdeasTaking issue with Jason Furman and Larry Summers
Who's Afraid Of Budget Deficits?
by David R. Henderson via EconLogIn a provocative article in Foreign Affairs titled “Who’s Afraid of Budget Deficits?” Jason Furman and Lawrence H. Summers argue that we should not worry much about the federal government’s large and growing budget deficits. While they admit that politicians and policymakers “shouldn’t ignore fiscal constraints entirely,” they say that they “should focus on urgent social problems, not deficits.”
Native American Heritage: It's Not What You Think
by Terry Anderson, Wendy Purnell via Defining IdeasThe ideas defining a free Native American society.
Job Creation Has Become the Fed’s Job One
Robert Samuelson, Washington Post
"FDD's Research Assessment: Cyber,"Annie Fixler and David Maxwell, Midterm Assessment: The Trump Administration's Foreign and National Security Policies
"FDD's Midterm Assessment: Economic Security," Juan C. Zarate, Midterm Assessment: The Trump Administration's Foreign and National Security Policies