Robert Stacy McCain will be speaking. Sen. John McCain will say there is no relation but R.S. claims to have the paperwork to prove it. The man has worn through more shoe leather in the streets of D.C. chasing stories than Bill Clinton has chasing skirts.
Before anyone is hesitant about having a Washington D.C. insider, please read this:
Whereas transactions in a market economy are voluntary and peaceful, the actions of government are essentially coercive, backed with the threat of violence to those who disobey. What government does, it does “at the point of the bayonet,” so to speak. Therefore, the fearsome power of government ought to be constrained to limited and specific purposes — defending the life, liberty and property of citizens.
When government begins to meddle in the economy, picking winners and losers, using appropriations and fiscal policy to transfer money from one group of citizens to another, it divides society into two classes, taxpayers and tax consumers, punishing the former in order to reward the latter.