An island already exhausted and resource-depleted from rendering aid to neighboring islands was now the target of a catastrophic storm, the likes of which hadn’t been seen there since 1928.
Repealing the Jones Act would be an epic disaster for the U.S. maritime industry, threaten the U.S. environment and workers’ safety, and critically wound our preparedness for global conflict.
The Jones Act is a stupid regulation that becomes more obviously stupid in the face of a humanitarian crisis. Waive it for Puerto Rico, then destroy it in Congress.
Just three days after his inauguration, President Trump reinstated a policy that keeps $607.5 million from international organizations that promote or perform abortions.
Papal connivance with the commutation of Oscar Lopez-Rivera’s sentence was not spontaneous. Francis’ mercy-mongering on his behalf lasted more than a year.
The president’s action carries the same unavoidable whiff of playing identity politics with a key voting bloc of the Democratic Party.
There are many winners and losers in any potential restructuring of Puerto Rico, and it’s important to understand who’s advising whom and what their incentives are.
Governor Luis Fortuño joins Ben on Federalist Radio to discuss the debt crisis of Puerto Rico.
Ben speaks with two legal scholars about the First Amendment rights of the organization releasing the videos exposing Planned Parenthood.
Are there any success stories based on tax hikes or bigger government? Ask Puerto Rico.
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