Theo Caldwell, B.A., M.Sc., is an author and columnist, and an investment advisor in the United States and Canada.
In Canadian political debate, accusing one’s opponent of advocating “American-style” policies used to be the equivalent of launching a nuclear missile.
It is truly appalling for people who lead cosseted lives, neglecting their sworn duty to defend the US Constitution, to sneer at those who defend it for free, or at great personal cost.
Whatever the mania, you can be certain that credentialed egg-heads, professional do-gooders, and compulsive busy-bodies will claim access should be curtailed, controlled or even cut off, “for the children.”
Toronto is tasked with navigating the Scylla and Charybdis of finding a leader who respects the value of a taxpayer dollar, but who also doesn't smoke crack. It should not be so difficult.
Any theory worth its salt, or any law worthy of the name, should welcome challenge.
The government collecting telephone and email records of every citizen is just plain wrong.
While it seems plausible that one or both of Christie and Paul will run for president in 2016, their prospects for success are less significant than the philosophy each man represents.
This post originally appeared in The Daily Caller. You can read the original here. In this era of tone-deaf leadership, it seems the National Security Agency is the only government […]
This is how the Left gets tough – rather than confront actual problems or genuine malefactors, they hyperventilate about invented ones, at the expense of innocent people.
Liberty-minded Americans wonder when and if their countrymen will say, “enough is enough.”
Human beings are fallible, politicians perhaps most of all, and Republicans ought to know this.
“It’s so clean and bland – I’m home!” –Marge Simpson, on arriving in Canada
One is reminded of America’s second-most detestable federal outfit: the Transportation Security Administration.
This article originally appeared in The Daily Caller. You can read the original here. I do not come to praise Edward Snowden, but to pardon him — or at least, […]
America is much like the Hotel California: “You can check out anytime you like, but you can never leave.”
Should we move to a Fair Tax or a Flat Tax?
To wit, it is time to abolish the IRS.