Sadly, but predictably, in the wake of the El Paso and Dayton shootings, many on the Left have resorted yet again to over-the-top rhetoric about gun control, white supremacy, and racism—screaming and pointing the finger at everyone but themselves. There is a real problem with that kind of rhetoric. It means we can’t have honest conversations about what’s taking place and, what’s worse, it’s an indication that many don’t want to
I do not believe in the minimum wage, but this wasn’t always the case. When I was young and poor, I thought it sounded like a great idea. I read Milton Friedman and Walter Williams’ reasons why the minimum wage is not good for the economy as a whole, but more money in my pocket sounded good, and my little paycheck couldn’t matter much to the gigantic U.S. economy. Experience has
All of that information is feeding projects such as Google Brain and Facebook’s artificial intelligence research and development. These are grand efforts by very large, private companies that have vast and untold implications for public policy. Yet these same companies are not being very transparent about their work. They are, in reality, playing with fire that they can barely control—such as building robots that invent languages understandable only to themselves, as happened
Let’s imagine for a moment a hypothetical situation in which a president shoots someone on the White House lawn. A two-year, $34 million special counsel investigation ensues. As a result of the investigation, the special counsel finds that there is sufficient evidence to conclude that the president committed murder. Now does anyone honestly believe the special counsel, in announcing his findings, would refrain from stating a clear conclusion and instead of
American Majority Action’s efforts in Wisconsin did not go unnoticed. We’re proud of Nate Nelson, Matt Batzel, and all of the other staff’s fine work in Wisconsin during the Spring 2019 election. Below are some highlights from the media’s coverage. The Capital Times: Brian Hagedorn declares victory: What that means for the Wisconsin Supreme Court and its next election “Hagedorn, who trailed in fundraising throughout the race and saw two key
With a very tight margin in the Wisconsin Supreme Court Election, American Majority Action (AMA)’s 15,000 Door Knocks and 4,300 Door Conversations were critical to turning out the conservative vote. AMA focused on live voter contacts on targeted doors of voters in key Wisconsin communities. AMA’s ground game created a stir among voters in the Badger State as AMA staff and volunteers activated conservative voters.