A bill prefiled in Arkansas this week would effectively nullify some Food and Drug Administration (FDA) rules that prevent treatments from being used by terminally ill patients. Senate Bill 4 (SB4), the Right to Try Act, authored by Sen. John Cooper (R-21), is the latest pushback against the FDA and their controversial methodology of approving…Details
A proposal with the potential to severely hamper federal influence over state government functions has been pre-filed in the Georgia State House, and will considered by the legislature there in 2015.Details
Just did an interview with the Center for Public Integrity. Talked ACA and Hemp. Political parties and working from home.
It’s amusing to hear Democrats squawk about the possibility that their grand scheme for taking over the American health care system could be knocked down by the Supreme Court because of a strict reading of ObamaCare when President Obama, Democrats in Congress, the law’s architects, and assorted flunkies have all been lying to the American people for years about the nature of their ill-conceived little law. These people have no appreciation for irony.Details
A recent Associated Press story on our efforts to shut down the NSA in Utah got a lot of things right, except for the most important part. The article infers that a similar effort in Nevada to shut down a federal nuclear waste dump failed.Details
Do you ever ask yourself: “Why am I being forced to pay to “defend” most of the world?”
If not, we encourage you to do so. Often.
COLUMBIA, S.C., Dec. 7, 2014 – Two South Carolina lawmakers have co-sponsored a bill that would exempt firearms, firearms accessories and ammunition from federal regulation if manufactured and maintained in the state.Details
AUSTIN, Dec. 6, 2014 – A Texas lawmaker has pre-filed a bill for the 2015 legislative session that would exempt firearms, firearms accessories and ammunition from federal regulation if manufactured and maintained in the Lone Star State.Details
The FBI is quietly plotting to ease existing warrant requirements to make a quicker path for them to get their hands on more of Americans’ electronic communications.Details
I just had a chat with a nice reporter in Oklahoma. He wanted to talk to me about this gun bill filed there this week. I think he was surprised to talk for 30 minutes about marijuana.
His general response: “Wow, this is really interesting stuff…”