Brett Kavanaugh is the least objectionable right-of-center candidate that Democrats could be asked to stomach - withstanding an off-the-rails nomination of Michael Moore in his stead. Yet here they are objecting to Kavanaugh using the most extreme and convoluted means possible. So what does that mean for conservative judges and conservatism as a whole?
This particular video is about three years old, but holds within it some particularly timeless messaging on entrepreneurship, subjective value and regulatory interference. It features Andrew Heaton of Econ Pop, which is a division of the Moving Picture Institute. The Moving picture Institute's mission statement: