Last week's column on my lung surgery struck a nerve. Many of you wished me well. Others said I deserve to die.
I write this from the hospital. Seems I have lung cancer.
The Libertarian Party might get more votes this year.
"Should a Jewish baker be forced to bake a cake for a Nazi wedding?"
Trump! Clinton! Is that all there is? No. Fortunately, we have other choices.
Hooray for Donald Trump!
Democrats trash businesses. But if businesses promised things the way politicians do, the owners would be jailed for fraud. It's not legal to promise more than you can deliver.
In this year's Republican presidential primaries, Sen. Rand Paul got little traction. In 2012, his father failed. That year, the Libertarian Party candidate, former New Mexico Gov. Gary Johnson, got just 1 percent of the vote.
Government pretends it's the cause of progress. Then it strangles innovation.
We know government understands that new technologies are important. The military invests in robots and traffic cops use radar guns. But when the rest of us use robots or fly drones, government gets eager to put rules in place before things get "out of control."
According to Betfair.com, Jennifer Lawrence probably won't win best actress at the Oscars Sunday. I'm rooting for her, though -- not because of her acting, but because the movie she stars in, "Joy," celebrates the difficulty of entrepreneurship.