Tag Archive: Pandemic


Trump’s Healthcare Plan: More to look forward to.

Two weeks ago, I was in a meeting with Vice President Mike Pence to talk about some of the issues facing our great nation. Our discussion ranged from the Supreme Court nomination to the COVID-19 pandemic, and included an outline of […]


COVID-19 and International Best Practices for Free, Fair and Safe Elections

This pandemic may seem like it’s changed everything, but it has not changed the rules of our constitutional republic. Let’s keep it that way. At the moment, there is a movement afoot to junk in-person voting, the manner in which […]


Benefits vs. Costs and COVID-19

One of the first lessons in an economics class is everything has a cost. That’s in stark contrast to lessons in the political arena where politicians talk about free stuff. In our personal lives, decision-making involves weighing costs against benefits. […]


The Coronavirus: Trump’s Medical Advice Was Contradictory, Inconsistent — and Wrong

For three years, critics of President Donald Trump have claimed that he arrogantly refuses to listen to his experts and that his exaggerated sense of self prevents him from accepting his limitations. Applying that narrative to Trump’s initial failure to […]