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Taylor Millard is a freelance journalist and contributing writer to The Spectator.
Is lowering the crime rate worth giving up your privacy?
By Taylor Millard
A good idea that could bring down costs has been trapped in FDA red tape
‘Who is she to impose her values on us?’
But is the victory sustainable?
Last summer, he touted 16 cent savings on cookouts; this year…not so much
Here’s what analysts are saying about the shaky economy
Skepticism remains on whether red flag laws work
The 1970s called — they want their price ceilings back
Another government bureaucracy won’t solve the problem
Chuck Schumer overlooks the real problem: government spending
In the culture war, figuring out how much government is too much government
The Biden administration knew it was printing and spending too much money
The Constitution says nothing about getting pet projects for states
The vast majority of taxpayer dollars spent never get a vote. Fortunately it can be fixed
Any alternative to the former president should be actually conservative
The research is in and lockdowns don’t work
The creeping authoritarianism of facial recognition
A New York senator declares war on the First Amendment
Both parties want to control what you say on the internet
The soaring cost of a Biden barbecue
Will DeSantis’s revenge on Disney work?
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