It may sound hard to believe, but Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., isn't always wrong—at least when he states the obvious: "9/11 is a long time ago," he said Wednesday, "and it's something that needs to be looked at again." The "it" is the post-9/11 Authorization for Use of Military Force resolution, or AUMF, adopted three days after the terror attacks, and now going on its lucky 13th year. Gene Healy says that after two imperial presidents in a row have treated that authorization like a permanent delegation of congressional war power to the president, it's time to put an end to the policy.
"How can an ordinary person afford to wait years after the government takes their car?"
Untested delta-8-THC products are gaining in popularity
Cases are rising mainly in states with stricter disease control policies.
Nothing is more permanent than an “emergency” mandate.
It's yet another example of the effects of having to enforce dumb laws.