Author: Donald Teel

The Art of the Con

Bernie Madoff will go down in history as a notorious hypocrite and renown con who bilked people out of millions of dollars. Milli Vanilli the German R&B duo was also a con. A magic show might be called a con. We can agree, not all cons are created equal. Let’s admit; there is a lot of space between Madoff and magic. The former is real; the later is make-believe. One destroys while the other entertains. Certainly, we seldom think of America as a con. We usually, think of cons as shadowy figures, notorious sleazebags, gamblers, hucksters and hustlers who...

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iVoteAmerica: PragerU and YouTube

What happens in free society when the opportunity for the expression of ideas in the marketplace of ideas is restricted? More importantly, what happens when the expression of your ideas is restricted? iVoteAmerica believes in the pure right of free speech for all people, not just in America, but globally. In the American marketplace of ideas, this becomes a fundamental issue of personal liberty and our rights under the First Amendment. Today, a handful of companies provide America citizens with Internet platforms for not only political ideas but also for science. myriad arts, theologies of all sorts (even atheism),...

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Tariffs: Trump Vs. Friedman

In an economic smackdown, who would trust more, Donald Trump or Milon Friedman. This would be a delightful verbal cage match. In one corner, we have President Donald Trump, a man who likes a good tariff.  His beliefs about tariffs and trade wars are as simple as his other policy beliefs. Tariffs will work because he said they will work. Period. So, for now, there is a new tariff in town. In the opposite corner, we have Economist Milton Friedman, a man who made multiple arguments against the imposition of national tariffs. In Friedman’s mind, the market ultimately sorts out trade imbalances and...

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A Boy Remembers Buckley

It was on this date in 2008 that the conservative movement lost its 20th-century champion, William F. Buckley, Jr. I would like to tell you how one boy, now grown, remembers him. From 1967-70 my predictable world was flipped over. The wheels came off America’s cultural cart, and it landed in a political and social ditch that changed life for almost everyone. It was the time and place in which I met William F. Buckley, Jr. Buckley, Me and the TV Bill and I met through the television screen. I vividly recall my weekend encounters with Buckley in my living room. He was...

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