Opinion: As I physician, I proudly recited and adhere to the Oath of Hippocrates, which commands physicians to “use treatment to help the sick according to [their] ability and judgment … and [to] abstain from all intentional wrong-doing and harm.” Physicians don’t all think alike—medically or politically—but when a patient’s health is at stake, we find a way to work together for the patient’s best interest.
In 2016 a bipartisan Congress passed the 21st Century Cures Act, ostensibly designed to speed up research and drug approvals. They should have legislated a cure for a highly contagious disease that infects politicians in staggering numbers: chronic, relapsing, terminal hypocritical churlishness (the “Disease”). Continue reading
From George Washington to Donald Trump, 45 men have served as President of the United States and on this fabulous Presidents Day, Americans for Limited Government (ALG) identified a quotation for each. Some of the quotes are better known than others, some a bit more or less eloquent; all of them spoken by the Chief Executive and Commander-in-Chief of this great nation.
We hope you will enjoy this unique reflection of American history and welcome your comments about what we got right and, especially, what we got wrong. Continue reading
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The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) is mobilizing sympathizers in the US at rates much higher than seen for previous terrorist groups, including al-Qaeda.
To understand the American face of ISIS, a newly released Chicago Project on Security and Threats (CPOST) study examined 112 cases of individuals who perpetrated ISIS-related offences, were indicted by the US Justice Department for such offences, or both, in the US between March 2014 and August 2016. Continue reading
Editorial: Stories quoting no less than the scientific and academic standard in the field note liberals are the real authoritarians. Did you miss this? The political-science journal that had first published an oft-cited study claiming conservatives were more likely to show traits associated with “psychoticism” now says it got it wrong. Very wrong.
Watching Stalin’s “useful idiots” riot last night protesting free speech at UC-Berkeley over an appearance by pundit and editor Milo Yiannopoulos; Tulsa Today is happy to remind readers of the data proving psychoticism and to provide video of Yiannopoulos’ response in an interview during the riot. Continue reading
Sen. James Lankford (R-OK)
WASHINGTON, DC – Senator James Lankford today released a video statement on President Trump’s nominee for the Supreme Court, Neil Gorsuch.
Lankford said, “[Gorsuch] is a solid individual that has been very adamant and very outspoken about issues like privacy rights for all Americans, religious liberties, and the ability to speak out on issues that are important.” Continue reading