Multistate effort

October 30, 2019

The liberals in California are at it again. They think they can pass laws and then force the rest of the country to go along with them.

Here’s my answer to California crazies: ”NO”

California has a history of passing ever stricter greenhouse and emissions standards – standards which effectively become law across the nation without input from anyone else in the country.

You see, since car manufacturers only want to produce one car for the U.S. market, when California is allowed to pass their own standards they become the nation’s standards.

Each state in the U.S. is supposed to have an equal say in legislation that affects all of us.

In fact, this is how the Clean Air Act … continue reading

Revisiting Google’s Dominance

October 2, 2019

With 51 attorneys general now participating in the anti-trust investigation of Google, there is a lot of misinformation out there.

You can read more in my op-ed in The Washington Times.

It’s time to set the record straight.

Just imagine that 90% of the most widely-read newspapers, the paper and the ink, were all owned by the same person…

And 90% of the newsstands where you could buy those papers were also owned by the same person…

One person who holds an almost unchecked ability to tell the entire country anything…

That would be disturbing, to say the least.

But, it gets worse.

If you wanted to advertise your business or service, you had to also go to the same … continue reading