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Would an increase in legal immigration help America?

Lars speaks with David Henderson who is a research fellow with the Hoover Institution, and a emeritus…

Should the families of people killed by guns be able to sue gun makers?

By a 4–3 vote, the court revived a lawsuit by the families of Sandy Hook victims alleging…

Is a world that revolves around technology leading to an explosion of mental issues?

The percentage of young Americans experiencing certain types of mental health disorders has risen significantly over the…

Should government departments be held accountable for breaking the law?

Congress passed the Congressional Review Act in 1996.  A family-owned ranch in Oakley, Idaho, sued the Departments…

What do the recent job numbers say about the American economy?

The U.S. labor market may not be as weak as February’s payrolls number suggested, but the report…

Why are so many police recruits washing out?

The Oregonian/OregonLive reports the bureau hired more officers from mid-2016 to mid-2018, but more of them are…

How common is it for people to bribe their way into a good college?

Lars speaks with David Dillard who is the Co-Founder of KD College Prep, to tell Lars about the…

Why does Washington State’s Congress seem to be taking so many shots at gun owners?

The discussion comes after voters in November approved I-1639, a broad package of new firearms restrictions. I-1639…

Should we believe Nancy Pelosi’s claim she doesn’t want to impeach the president?

Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, made headlines Monday afternoon when she told The Washington Post that she…

Is Congress wasting your money just so they don’t lose it from future budgets?

Polls taken before President Trump took office showed the public perceived that government wasted about half the…



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