Articles from the “Opinions” Category

The Outdated Libertarian Zealotry of Kimberly Fiorello

Anyone who receives Representative Kimberly Fiorello’s Capitol Update knows that when faced with how to vote on a proposed bill, Fiorello is guided by two questions: first, will this bill enhance individual freedoms or diminish them? And second, will this bill empower government or weaken it? Fiorello sees government as composed of unelected bureaucrats akin […]

To Mask or Not to Mask

Trumpism is indeed alive and flourishing in our once sleepy and bucolic town, as one of its most outspoken disciples, Carl Higbie, lives – and now legislates – among us.