Editorials: Seton Motley

The Vicious Cycle: Government Warps Markets Until Government Stops Warping Markets

The pernicious effect of government warping markets is absolute – and the evidence is obvious and everywhere.

Twenty 9-0 Supreme Court Rulings Against – Obama Prepares Even More Power Grabs

Unanimous Supreme Court rulings are certainly noteworthy.  When a case lines up every single Justice – appointed by Democrats and Republicans both – the decision must be unbelievably clear cut

Obama Administration Wants to Party on the Internet Like It’s 1934

Eighty years ago.  The depths of the Great Depression.  Democrat President Franklin Delano Roosevelt blindly flailing around, throwing ever more government-centric “solutions” at the grow

The FCC Plan to Steamroll State Laws Against Government Broadband

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HBO Pseudo-News Anchor John Oliver Gets Net Neutrality Fundamentally Wrong

So it turns out there that something doesn't have to be true to be funny. Many a thinking American - who knows media bias - finds the following perversely appropriate.

What’s Even Worse than Net Neutrality? Government Internet Reclassification to Do It

We are almost six years into the Barack Obama Administration. This president has been almost undoubtedly the worst ever at exceeding his Constitutional authority.

Huge New Government Power Grab = 'Keeping Things the Same'

The Internet has in lightning-fast fashion become a free speech-free market Xanadu.

How is Prohibiting Consumers from Getting Free Stuff Pro-Consumer?

The Media Marxist Left pushing the terrible Internet policy known as Network Neutrality oft are absurdly called “consumer groups.”

The Bigger the Government - The Worse the Economy

We’ve seen it in too many sectors of the economy to possibly mention – both domestically and internationally.  The greater the government involvement in an economic sector – the greater the en

The Bigger the Government - The Worse the Economy

We’ve seen it in too many sectors of the economy to possibly mention – both domestically and internationally.  The greater the government involvement in an economic sector – the greater the en