As Reagan understood, respecting life means considering the moral implications of taking it
The PISA report is nothing new, and contains nothing good.
Failing to address the public’s concern is a recipe for losing elections.
The president has little incentive to compromise, and that could scare congressional Democrats
Our leaders’ top 5 lies
Speech restrictions cut both ways.
The cults of LRH and BHO
Tired, banal, and boring won’t do it, Mr. President.
A bipartisan coalition says it’s time to update the Electronic Communications Privacy Act
The CFPB can’t be allowed to run wild, and empirical policymaking can help refine their mandate.
…and what it means for the GMO labeling fight
The agency has learned nothing, apparently.
Death to Prohibition! Long live state alcohol control!
Since nobody joins unions anymore, the labor left tries a new organizational strategy
‘Don’t worry, black America. White liberals have your back.’
In praise of the Hillary Clinton’s ‘No Ceilings’ initiative
Millennials haven’t soured on big government, they just want their big government to be more competent
There’s no legal basis for exempting pension funds from bankruptcy proceedings.
Duplicate programs should be easy targets for cuts.
The bill has plenty of property rights protections, and it makes sure a free market can function.
Costly, complicated website? Check. Rammed-through legislative process? Check.
The patience of the exceedingly trusting younger generation is starting to wear thin.
There’s no Obama-like leader in the wings.
Reagan’s maxim doesn’t apply to an untrustworthy, renegade regime.
Another commencement address, another misogynist?
The emerging Murray-Ryan consensus is small potatoes.
More and more parents are giving up on high-stakes testing.
LA tries to ban feeding the homeless
If some hawks had their way, the Iran deal would take Republicans back to Bush and big government.
Air Force one costs almost $200k per hour, and that’s not counting the losses from waiting on him.
Hobby Lobby and the return to paganism
Bob Goodlatte wisely drops a provision that would have benefitted some of the larger patent-infringers
U.K.’s massive inter-agency investigation still gets basic facts wrong.
From Tea Party jabs to an obvious Rubio caricature, the show’s got it out for the right.
It was never supposed to be a democratic body.
Why are they getting involved in a transgender bathroom bill?
The global warming agenda is about money — and reparations — not science
‘As a black person, it bothers me that the America I know and love I feel like is being destroyed by a black man’
The right must win the argument if they’re going to win at all
The New York Times looks forward to the return of the Dinkins era
‘The methodical and careful manner in which we implement this important law should give confidence to everyone…’
The spirit of Saratoga is alive and well.