Do you know how a “shell bill” works? If the party in power wants to pass a bill quickly and without too much scrutiny by the voters, an existing bill that was introduced earlier in the legislative session, but never taken up, will be gutted and …
Okay, those who read my blogs already know the answer to this question. It is the answer to almost any other question. Altogether now… in chorus, please… “Money.” That’s right. Money. You will hear the most nonsensical, idiotic discussions on television coming from pundits who have never met a payroll. They will tell you why […]
After his crushing defeat in the New York primary, which had been described by the media and even his surrogates as a must-win, Bernie Sanders and his allies have been working desperately to spin some positivity out of the loss, and in the process they’ve stumbled into the truth about big, centralized government. One tack…
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JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (Apr. 28, 2016) – Yesterday, a Missouri Senate committee passed a bill to authorize the growth and production sale of industrial hemp for commercial purposes by larger producers. Passage into law would represent a foundation to nullify the unconstitutional federal prohibition in practice. Introduced by Rep. Paul Curtman, House Bill 2038 (HB2038) designates industrial hemp…
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (April 28, 2016) – Yesterday, Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam signed a resolution setting the stage for creation of state bullion depository, an important first step toward establishing gold and silver as money in the state. Rep. Bud Hulsey (R-Kingsport) introduced House Joint Resolution 516 (HJR516) in January. The resolution declares support for creation of a gold bullion…
County Commissioner, Marven Goodman reports the news on his social media account:
” SB896 just passed on a vote of 26-14. It is now going to the governor’s desk for the final step.
SB896 modifies the current requirement that new parties must win 10% of the vote for President or Governor to stay ballot qualified as a recognized political party.
This modification lowers that requirement to 2.5%.
Did all this bathroom nonsense start with a student? Was there a crime? I don’t think so. What came first? The bill to prevent LGBTs from using the potty of their choice or was it the LGBT push to create laws that “allow” it? Or to block potty policing bills? This seems like a NON […]
Although there’s no such thing as a straightforward measure of the quantity of money in an economy, monetary policy is nonetheless about managing that quantity. How ought it to be managed? The (misleadingly) simple-sounding answer is: so that it neither falls short of nor exceeds the quantity of money demanded…
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Deputy Robert Bates was found guilty of manslaughter and subject to a recommended 4-year prison sentence. He was immediately taken into custody and led away. His attorney, the famed Clark Brewster, had tried to say that ongoing health problems killed Eric Harris, but the jury did not find that reasoning plausible. The massive blast of a .357 pistol fired by Deputy Bates had filled up Harris’ lungs with blood and he expired within a couple minutes of the gun blast.
Harris’ position on the Tulsa Sheriff’s office staff had also led to the overthrow of the entire 28-year administration of Sheriff Stanley Glanz.
The Tulsa Frontier has been following this case and has the most in-depth coverage: