Jay Barnes



Mar 16, 2015
If public safety is their chief interest, small-town pols will operate police departments divorced from ticket quotas or issues of revenue generation. If law enforcement is a priority to them, they will find a way to fund their budget with something other than traffic tickets.


Feb 20, 2015
Existing cab companies should not have the legal authority to kill new competition for any reason , let alone ridiculous notions of a color scheme or a requirement that the new competitor show a “need” for a new company.


Feb 2, 2015
Single-payer systems do not reduce costs or improve quality. Instead, they remove market forces necessary for progress. That’s just as true in education as in healthcare.


Jan 8, 2015
The New York Times has reported that Harvard faculty voted overwhelmingly to reject changes to their health insurance required by Obamacare.


Dec 23, 2014
Congress should pass legislation that makes increased trade and cooperation contingent on real reforms inside Cuba.


Dec 16, 2014
If we are to remain a nation governed by the rule of law, no single policy win can justify running roughshod over the Constitution.


Nov 20, 2014
Now, with his presidential clock ticking and zero influence in Congress, President Obama has accelerated from creeping to galloping toward an imperial presidency.


Nov 12, 2014
Obamacare's double-cross didn't begin or end with Obama’s “if you like your plan, you can keep it” promise. Instead, misdirection was baked into the bill by Jon Gruber.

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