We have long known that the nanny state has grand desires to insulate us from all manner of harm. This goes double for children, who are increasingly seen as potential victims of all sorts of pitfalls, ills, and troubles, rather than, you know, being kids.
We are big supporters of the President's drive to cut unnecessary, costly regulations. While the bulk of the attention is given to how regulations harm business, the less well known, but even more annoying, regulations affect us personally, every day.
Democratic National Committee staffer Seth Rich was murdered on a DC street in the erly morning hours of July 10, 2016. His murder was a tragedy for his family, friends, and co-workers, and a crime that must be solved.
On its way out the door, the Obama administration has decided that state election systems are part of the nation's critical infrastructure, and thus, need to be protected as if they were a power plant, or an international airport.
We know that fighting the illegal drug trade is tough, and often dangerous, work. Smugglers are crafty, and determined. But so is the Drug Enforcement Administration, which has a vast array of tools in its arsenal to fight the smugglers.