As Americans become more supportive of gay marriage, the GOP may be forced to shift its stance.
When the World Cup does come along, it should be celebrated with gusto. Why? Because it’s one of the most public opportunities to evince American Exceptionalism
The Gulf situation is a disaster and a true tragedy. But initiating a criminal probe right now will only make things worse.
Daily Caller’s review of Arthur Brooks’ new tome, “The Battle”
If not even multiple books, coupled with the power of the marketing department of an organization like Heritage, could make a difference, then I’d put down my pen immediately. Still, it’s a start; and though perhaps representative of one extreme of the effective writing spectrum, it’s nice to know that some writing and some think tanks are making a difference
The reins of the Republican Party should be handed over to those who realize that Bennett—and Republicans even more “moderate”—are necessary to build a winning Party. Ideological purity is perhaps a nice idea, but being a permanent minority party is not
Both sides of the post-partisanship debate are right: The Republicans are obstructionists, but Obama was never post-partisan.
President Obama is smart—very smart. He undoubtedly knows these characteristics of leadership, but their retelling in Henry V and Richard II could serve as a useful reminder
I applaud any effort to reinstate classical liberalism on college campuses, but by removing Harry Potter classes, we would actually be depriving ourselves of one of the best agents for promoting classical liberalism.
These points really hit home when I learned that even I, a law-respecting, patriotic American, could be prosecuted under the statute for simply spending a few minutes of my workday to check my e-mail, look up NBA stats, or listen to pop-singer Ke$ha’s new song “Tik Tok.” After all, by doing so, I would be depriving my employer of my full services.
It’s been nearly a year since Secretary of State Clinton promised “crippling sanctions” on Iran. The U.S. House has passed the Iran Refined Petroleum Sanctions Act (IRPSA), and the Senate has passed similar legislation, but congressional leaders have failed to start a reconciliation process. President Obama—enmeshed in domestic policy debates—has done little to hasten the congressional process.
The DC Morning: 2/23/2010 - TheDC
A look at the DC’s morning headlines
It’s not very often that Utah is a topic of conversation in Washington, D.C. Only when a high-profile polygamist is on the run or when the Jazz are in the playoffs do my friends ask about my home state.