A rap video critical of Thailand’s military government is making waves across the internet with more than 25 million views since it was posted last week.
Two Trump-appointed minority judges in their forties—Amul Thapar and James Ho—are joining Trump Supreme Court justices in questioning two major legal doctrines that give vast powers to federal agencies, possibly heralding that President Donald Trump could build a judicial majority that scales back the administrative state.
Rizvi among top TLP leaders nominated in FIRs
While homelessness is increasing for the first time since the end of the Great Recession, local and state governments are jumping into action by ... cracking down on charity. Six percent of American cities already ban sharing food with the homeless in public spaces, but the number of cities with burdensome regulations designed to prevent food sharing may be even higher.
Cronyism: Is private companies getting government – to get government to craft policy that benefits the bribing private companies. That cronyism can be an exemption for the crony from policy that adversely affects the briber’s competitors. Or it can be policy that exclusively benefits the crony. And it can, of course, be both. We have of late covered quite a bit a huge federal government | Read More
The awful California wildfires that have killed dozens of people and destroyed hundreds of millions of dollars worth of property – are absolutely atrocious. It is such an inconceivable loss. What makes the devastation and destruction additionally awful – is the awful, wasteful non-necessity of the massive magnitude. California Failed to Sufficiently Manage its Forests: “From the Ventana Wilderness in Big Sur to Warner Valley | Read More
A Freedom House report says global Internet freedom declined for the eighth year in a row.