States Can Break Through Pharma’s Liability Shield

States Can Break Through Pharma’s Liability Shield Via The Brownstone Institute, Legislators in Arkansas have a simple question before them: if pharmaceutical executives deliberately withhold knowledge of a product’s adverse effects, should they be criminally liable if patients suffer serious harm from the product? The federal government effectively sold the Seventh Amendment right to a jury trial


The Case For A National Sales Tax

The Case For A National Sales Tax Authored by Brian McGlinchey via Stark Realities Sometime during this 117th U.S. Congress, the long-proposed “Fair Tax” will likely receive its first-ever floor vote in the House. A national sales tax, it would replace not only personal and corporate income taxes, but Social Security, Medicare, estate and gift


Fox News Looks Totally Lost

Susan B. Glasser has a new article in The New Yorker noting how infrequently Fox News is covering its once darling former president, Donald Trump, and noting that Fox News made no mention of the pending lawsuit between the network and Dominion Voting Systems. “It was a slow news week in Washington, at least if you watched Fox News,” Glasser began, “two


Donald Trump Might Be in Some Serious Trouble

The Department of Justice has briefed the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals to reject former President Donald Trump’s claims of absolute presidential immunity in civil litigation related to the January 6th riot. The DOJ specifically told the appeals court, which is fielding civil lawsuits that name Trump as a defendant for his role in the


Death of a Statesman

Christian patriot and Ohio State Representative Kris Jordan’s track record of obedience to the Constitution allows us to say that he transcended the title of politician — he was properly and truly a statesman. … The post Death of a Statesman appeared first on The New American.