Health-Care Ball Gets Dropped

By Bradley Harrington

Brad Harrington

“You are entitled to something, the politicians say, simply because it exists and you want or need it — period. You are entitled to be given it by the government. Where does the government get it from? What does the government have to do to private citizens — to their individual rights — to their REAL rights — in order to carry out the promise of showering free services on the people?” — Leonard Peikoff, “Health Care is not a Right,” 1993 — read more


An Open Letter to Wyoming Seniors and Their Loved Ones

It has come to my attention that certain groups or entities have been using my name to try and get donations from seniors. Some of these solicitations imply that folks won’t get their Social Security benefits unless they pay $10 and sign a petition addressed to me. These letters are misleading and aim to prey on those who are vulnerable and worried.  No one has to pay anyone in order to share their views with me and these professional petition organizers are not as effective as they may claim. I am working to make sure Social Security benefits remain available for the future to the hard-working Americans who have paid into the system and earned them. Signing a petition or sending money to an unknown agency will not affect your Social Security benefits. Reforming Social Security to make sure it remains solvent will. read more


The Constitution and the Iran Nuclear Deal

itcEvery day there are issues that top our headlines followed by articles that attempt to flesh out the issue and explore all angles but which inevitably leave out discussion about the real solution – the Constitution.  The Iran Nuclear Deal is no different.

The Iran Nuclear Deal is a treaty – a formal agreement between nations – and accordingly must abide by the Article II, Section 2, Clause 2 provision of the Constitution which states:

“[The President] shall have power, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate, to make treaties, provided two thirds of the Senators present concur.” read more


Congressional Scorecard Based on the U.S. Constitution

The Freedom Index, a Congressional Scorecard Based on the U.S. Constitution.

“The Freedom Index: A Congressional Scorecard Based on the U.S. Constitution rates congressmen based on their adherence to constitutional principles of limited government, fiscal responsibility, national sovereignty, and a traditional foreign policy of avoiding foreign entanglements. The percentages below are cumulative scores are based on key votes from 1999 through 2013. Click on a senator’s or representative’s name to get a detailed breakdown of his or her voting record.” read more

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