When you use a coffeepot, do you need a warning label to tell you: "Do not hold over people"?
I had lunch with Hillary Clinton.
Finally! Voters have another choice. The Libertarian Party nominated two socially tolerant but fiscally conservative former governors, Gary Johnson and Bill Weld.
The first step in inventing something shouldn't be waiting for government approval. What would ever get done?
"Regulators like to see new types of law and regulation imposed upon the internet and emerging technologies," warns Adam Thierer, author of "Permissionless Innovation."
Our next president will almost certainly be Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton.
But I take heart knowing that America's founders imposed checks and balances, so there will be limits on what bad things the next president can do.
This presidential election is like no other.
Most election years around this time, I do a TV show on nasty political commercials. Pundits explain which ads worked, which didn't, and who won because he raised more money and spent more on negative ads.
President Obama's proudest accomplishment is increasing the number of Americans with health insurance. A better idea would be to help people escape government care altogether.
The Republican and Democratic presidential nominees have been chosen. Ignore the deluded supporters of Bernie Sanders and Ted Cruz. It's over. The odds at ElectionBettingOdds.com make it clear: It will be Donald vs. Hillary.
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.