Seton Motley, Author at The American Spectator | USA News and Politics
Seton Motley
by | Nov 3, 2015

The small and dwindling contingent in favor of the terrible, patent-smashing bills being considered in Congress suffer from an obsessive fetish — “patent trolls.” It’s at once a mantra — and a Pavlovian fervor-inducer. Just say “patent troll” in front…

by | Dec 20, 2010

December 21 is the darkest day of every year. This year it will be especially dark due to the last of the 2010 lunar eclipses.  Thus it is the perfect day for the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to vote to…

by | Jun 21, 2006

What was on January 20, 2001, less than exemplary news for the greater conservative nation was a change for the better in Lone Star State governance, as Lieutenant Governor Rick Perry rose via the process of orderly succession to succeed…

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