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Comments Off on Trump’s Trade Policy Should Stay In The 1980s Where It Belongs

LIBERTY REVIEW – Remember the ’80s? I do: Fanny packs. Big hair. Renting movies to watch at home that you had to rewind. In the beginning, we were still using rotary telephones; by the end, we had the first cell phone—commonly known as brick phones offering a whopping 30 minutes of talk time. Cameras with film you […]

Comments Off on Zuckerberg Say That Fixing Facebook Is A ‘Multi-Year Effort’

LIBERTY REVIEW – It will take months, even years, to appropriately and effectively address the concerns large portions of the public have with Facebook, the founder Mark Zuckerberg said Wednesday. “Facebook is so complex” it will be a “multi-year effort” with “improvements made each month,” Zuckerberg felt the need to explain, concluding an extended conversation with reporters. […]

Comments Off on Date Set For Zuckerberg’s Appearance Before Congress

LIBERTY REVIEW – Leaders of the House Energy and Commerce Committee announced Wednesday morning that Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is scheduled to testify before them April 11, at 10:00 a.m. There were several reports last week that said Zuckerberg agreed to testify, but the exact dates either varied or were absent altogether. Following a slate […]

Comments Off on Here Is A Teacher’s Dissent On The “March for Our Lives” Rally

LIBERTY REVIEW – There are no words to repair the tragic loss of innocent lives. In the wake of the Parkland massacre, parents are left bereaved and outraged, continuing to fear for children’s safety. As an elementary school teacher, parents entrust their children to me on a daily basis. There is nothing I take more […]

Comments Off on The Socialism Experiment Continues To Implode In Venezuela

LIBERTY REVIEW – As far as I’m concerned, everything you need to know about capitalism vs. statism is captured in this chart comparing per-capita economic output in Chile and Venezuela. Ask yourself which country offers more opportunity, especially for the poor? The obvious answer is Chile, where poverty has rapidly declined ever since the country shifted to free enterprise. In Venezuela, […]

Comments Off on Can The Market Actually Solve The Ongoing Opioid Crisis?

LIBERTY REVIEW – In the United States, more than 90 people die every day from overdoses involving prescription opioids, and more than 1,000 people are treated in emergency rooms for not using prescription opioids as directed. Governor Rick Scott of Florida has decided that enough is enough. Relaying in a speech on March 19th that […]

Comments Off on Even Following Knife Crackdown, Stabbings In UK Increase

LIBERTY REVIEW – We hear so much about gun murders that it might surprise you to find out that London’s murder rate has just surpassed New York City’s so far in 2018. But don’t worry, their gun murder rate is still much lower. People are just getting stabbed to death. That’s one way to solve the […]

Comments Off on Trump Trying To Make It Easier To Deport Undocumented Immigrants

LIBERTY REVIEW – President Donald Trump urged Congress late Monday evening to change immigration laws in order to make it easier for law enforcement officials to deport illegal immigrants. “As ridiculous as it sounds, the laws of our country do not easily allow us to send those crossing our Southern Border back where they came […]

Comments Off on King George III Would’ve Loved Today’s Gun Control Advocates

LIBERTY REVIEW – The only “common sense gun control” that its advocates are eventually going to agree on is to take your guns away. And you won’t get them back. How do I know that? That’s exactly what they did in Europe. Much has been said in recent week in the United States about “common […]

Comments Off on In Response To Trump Tariffs, China Raises $3B Of Their Own Against US

LIBERTY REVIEW – China slapped tariffs on up to $3 billion in U.S. exports over the weekend, escalating a trade spat between the world’s two largest economies. Announced late Sunday, the tariffs will apply to 128 American products that Beijing had previously identified as potential targets for import taxes. The punitive measures went into effect on […]