A Republican Ban on Internet Gambling Would Repeat a Costly Democratic Mistake
Obvious cronyism vs. the 10th Amendment
Many on the left have taken Donald Trump's surprise victory poorly, responding with considerable hand-wringing and emotional outbursts. Instead of simply focusing on the many evils that they anticipate will take place under President Trump, they would do well to look in the mirror and recognize that there would be far less cause for concern had they not spent the past eight years cheering on the expansion of executive power under President Barack Obama.
Republicans, soon to control all elected branches for the first time in a decade, ignore this lesson at their peril, writes Veronique de Rugy.