FLI Executive General Counsel Hiram Sasser joins First Liberty Live! host Stuart Shepard for an in-depth discussion on Coach Joe Kennedy’s case, and an inside look at what to expect during next week’s oral arguments at the Ninth Circuit.
Forty years ago, on January 20, 1981, Ronald Reagan was sworn in for the first time as president of the United States. He faced turmoil at home and abroad: His Democratic predecessor, Jimmy Carter, had presided over the worst recession since the Great Depression, staggering rates of inflation and unemployment, the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan, the Iran hostage crisis, and…
The newly formed President’s Advisory 1776 Commission just released its report. The group was chaired by Churchill historian and Hillsdale College President Dr. Larry P. Arnn.
Joe Biden signed a boatload of executive orders on his first day and I’m going to do a breakdown later about how much it’s going to cost us. But immediately there was a big cost to one of those orders: killing the Keystone Pipeline.
President Joe Biden is looking to the Justice Department to reinstate a controversial Obama-era practice that allowed prosecutors to make settlement agreements where defendants paid outside groups instead of the government or victims, according to a report.
By: Daniel Henninger – wsj.com – January 20, 2021 The now-mandatory conventional wisdom posits that the failure is because the Trump administration did not create a national plan to coordinate inoculations. Joe Biden says his plan, which in most respects sounds like the Operation Warp Speed plan, will vaccinate 100 million people in 100 days. That is the voice of…
Anthony Fauci isn’t hiding his relief that he’s serving in a new administration. One day into the Biden presidency, the longtime infectious disease expert and unlikely celebrity of the Covid-19 response described it as “a refreshing experience.”
Trump’s Health Reimbursement Arrangements regime seems preferable to the well-intentioned, yet overly bureaucratic regime outlined in a recent AEI paper. Source: To Reform Health Insurance, Let Employees Be In Charge
The health care plan laid out on Joe Biden’s campaign website lists creating “a public health insurance option like Medicare” as its first plank. Biden claims this plan would give patients “another, better choice” and will “reduce costs for patients by negotiating lower prices from hospitals and other health care providers.”
When it comes to enacting his legislative agenda, the incoming president faces obstacles ranging from the ongoing coronavirus pandemic to narrow margins in Congress. But one of Joe Biden’s greatest impediments to his agenda may be self-inflicted.
On the 2020 election, Democrats are acting like Mafia dons with a whole lot to hide, threatening witnesses and fixing juries.