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First They Will Take Your Dogs, Then They Will Take Your Guns

Messing with an American's dogs and guns is a fast way to start a revolution, but that's just what may be in the offing if a ruling by a U.S. District Judge in Michigan becomes precedent.

Schooling Trump and entrepreneurs in nanny state lessons

Mark J. Fitzgibbons, American Thinker

The nanny state discourages entrepreneurship in so many ways, and while licensing laws are certainly useful for certain professions, the nanny state has taken to requiring licenses for average businesses and imposing other regulatory burdens that interfere with success.  It is no wonder that small business owners fed up with the nanny state are flocking to Trump.