The timber from most of the state’s forests are excluded from state construction projects.
To this new group, commitment to the gospel means speaking out for equal legal treatment.
The misanthropic and anti-wealth ideology at the heart of the anti-GMO movement
Why won’t he bring it up?
His 60 Minutes interview, claiming we won in Ukraine, was full to bursting with misrepresentations and naiveté.
Eric Holder’s replacement will have to begin the work of de-politicizing the office.
Health savings accounts could help correct the price distortions and fraud in the system.
The president has been as disappointing as a bad date.
FOIA requests are replacing congressional oversight as our main investigative tool. Here’s why that’s troubling.
ISIS is the most public face of Islamism, but it’s far from the only source.
The GOP should stop trying to convince the public they’re like Democrats.
The new prime minister is the opposite of Obama.
How NOAA, the EPA, and the National Academy of Sciences create global warming ‘consensus’ on your dime
His crowning achievement, a settlement against Bank of America, is blatantly unjust.
The long-shot New Jersey senate candidate was with Reagan in ’76, and his tune hasn’t changed much.
Cold War alliance politics is a poor fit for an age of limited war and covert insurgencies.
His social responsibility mission has put the NFL in jeopardy and set it up for a crisis.
It’s an important step for an economy characterized by rampant counterfeiting and IP theft.
Lindsay Graham says Sheldon Adelson and his Baptists back home are ‘one person on this idea.’
School choice is flourishing; we should encourage it by devolving funding and control to the states.
The president expects too much from the ineffectual body.
Republican AGs are fighting a law that would force egg importers from other states to adhere to California’s standards.
Mass immigration is wildly unpopular. Republicans should make their opponents take a position on Obama’s post-election amnesty.
We can’t replace a short-term threat with a long-term existential one.
The question conservatives ask quietly.
Under the guise of food safety, authorities are trying to give a boost to Chinese firms.
One is an actuarial certainty, the other is a hypothesis. But to the left, only one is a crisis.
They’re trying to strike down an innovative new program for developmentally challenged kids
Holder’s DOJ has prosecuted cops harshly, but often failed to protect them.
After Scotland, splitting’s all the rage.
Cable choice is a way to make sure consumers aren’t paying for content they find objectionable.
Climate change mitigation schemes promote suffering today in exchange for averting hypothetical future crises.
Licensing of physical devices is a dangerous precedent that deserves legislative action.
Harry Reid refuses to bring up a bill that would stop the practice.
Tuesday showed the former prosecutor being careful; he’ll need to be with the Clintons planning dirty tricks.
‘Human rights groups’ are rarely what they seem.
Transportation is a key barrier to sending kids to better-performing schools.
Conflict of interest?
We shouldn’t be afraid to use force, but we must exercise caution when arming third-world insurgencies.
Sign of a stronger America?
Any meaningful fix to a broken system will have to involve rebalancing risk
Not as bullish on broadband-as-public-utility as some would lead you to believe.
A nuclear-armed revolutionary state is a bigger threat than a gang of savages in the desert.
If so, it would have major ramifications for their ability to do business.
Secessions are usually more peaceful when governments don’t insist on granting local permission.
Don’t trust the hospital checklist, get a lawyer.
New President Petro Poroshenko has founded a ‘Spiritual Restoration Committee’
A new study should lay to rest fears about natural gas drilling contaminating aquifers
Despite being beseiged by extremism in Iran and Russia, Azerbaijan has maintained parliamentary democracy and human rights.
Some Democratic AGs, by contrast, are actively supporting federal usurpation.
My take on where the 2014 midterms are going
$250 billion is spent per year on renewable energy, while 1 billion people lack clean drinking water
Rebel forces have signed a non-aggression pact with the Islamic State.
A strong majority of Democrats support airstrikes to stop ISIS.
He accused the crowd of showing its ‘ISIS face’
If our representatives have forgotten it, it’s because we’ve failed to hold them accountable.
Who authorized the $215 million renovation giving its headquarters a ‘two-story waterfall’?
Whether it’s JLaw’s nudes or James Foley’s beheading, sensational images can have a harmful effect.
For two years, Dems blocked investigation when we had the facts.
‘Local Choice’ doesn’t even have legs, let alone real cable reform.
Leering at leaked celebrity nudes is gross. But the measures that could prevent it would muzzle whistleblowers and hacktivists.
After a half-century, LBJ’s dream has failed to make the poor more self-sufficient.
The root is radical Islam, and our strategy must take that into account.
Economic freedom and freedom of speech are more closely connected than we think.
Supporting laws with no significant function has never been a right-wing principle.
It’s the first time the necessity defense has been vindicated for climate activism.
The president has failed to answer any of the major questions about his strategy for defeating ISIS.
The NFL isn’t supposed to dispense justice; the prosecutor shouldn’t have let him off.
Don’t count on him ever admitting that American foreign policy has helped drain the Middle East of them.
However desperate Middle East Christians are, aligning with Hezbollah and Assad is never acceptable.
The NFL is becoming Oprah’s couch.
Zmirak and Jones diagnose the age
‘Fuel democracy to protect American democracy. Unlock the car engines the way we want to unlock our cell phones.’
This month, Pattie Curran will have to pay retail price for her sons’ medication.
His stunt at a summit to raise awareness about Christian genocide is part of a disturbing pattern.
It isn’t what the president says
The FCC’s new professed mantra is ‘competition competition competition’
California’s Proposition 65 has created a nightmare blizzard of litigation.
To strike a death blow, American troops on the ground may be necessary.
Demolishing his bad arguments against campaign finance reform
No matter what happens with the pound, economic conditions will make statist aspirations hard to meet.
Trust, but verify.
Music listening has changed. The law should change with it.
Running a family business according to biblical principles can be dangerous; especially in health foods.
Still crazy after all these years.