Kristin Tate is an author and columnist focused on taxation and government spending. Her latest book, The Liberal Invasion of Red State America, will be published by Regnery Publishing in 2020. She is a Robert Novak Journalism Fellow at the Fund for American Studies, examining the size, scope, and cost of the federal workforce. Kristin also serves as analyst for the nonprofit group Young Americans for Liberty, aiding the organization in its mission to promote limited government and fiscal responsibility.
Forget cryptocurrencies — there’s a whole brave new world out there of crypto art, where ‘original’ copies of internet memes are selling for millions.
Those worried about loose monetary policy, angry Redditors, and retail investors looking to get rich are all jumping into the crypto game, hoping the value of their coins rockets “to the moon.”
As cryptocurrencies become more mainstream and easier-than-ever to buy, and inflation becomes a very real risk, assets like Bitcoin could continue to increase in value.
The constitutional mettle of the coronavirus-era power grabs will be a well-worn case study in the decades to come.
Citizens must be wary of the attempt to redirect legitimate concern about coronavirus into a mandate for sweeping new government powers.
Politicians used the largest spending bill in U.S. history to force through a wide variety of earmarks and partisan boondoggles on the backs of future taxpayers.
Unfortunately the largest spending package in American history is ample with corporate handouts, opening a potential minefield of corporate irresponsibility.
The same people who spent days generating a Harry Potter reference for their protest signs have called for J.K. Rowling’s literary exile, labeling the author a ‘cruel,’ ‘transphobic’ ‘bigot.’
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