Another week, another plagiarism scandal.
He supported the Ex-Im bank until it started subsidizing Minnesota’s competitors.
It’s still generational theft, even if the elderly are asked to pay a bit more.
The ‘subjective and unworkable’ standard keeps officers from exercising their religion freely.
Why Republicans should feel bushed
Liberals fear the rise of tough, smart Republican women.
Say no to the double-tax schemes that could hurt the tourism industry nationwide
They’re guilty of disrupting television’s dinosaurs, not breaking the law.
The paper of record says vets are more likely to become violent extremists
Who’s going to control the payouts? The IRS?
Imagine if Climategate happened to Monsanto or PhRMA
‘Brannon, Roche and Brat are the candidates true patriots should support with everything they have.’
Big economic powerhouses like New York and California won’t stay there.
County blames the state, state blames the feds, feds blame the state.
Diplomacy is about more than tweets.
The Littoral Combat Ship and camouflage pattern boondoggles are the rule, not the exception.
Running solely on Obamacare is a recipe for failure.
A brain surgeon with a vision for real healthcare reform would be a powerful candidate.
Actually helping minorities get IDs would take away the Democrats’ best argument.
Corruption, cronyism, and foreign labor at a stimulus-funded California solar farm.
No, the government hasn’t been on a crash diet.
The company only receives 6 subpoenas a month, so fears of a deluge are overstated.
Activists used to say that allowing gay marriage would never hurt anyone. They can’t say that anymore.
Denouncing any counter-jihadist as an Islamophobe is part of the strategy.
It’s time to reform the ECPA, the IRS should need a warrant to read our e-mails
Narendra Modi bears many similarities to the Gipper.
Opting out of Common Core assessments could mean bad grades, or worse.
Glass is a rare window into Google’s soul.
Dozens of preventable deaths in Arizona draw attention to the agency’s ongoing problems.
A handy guide for dealing with office curmudgeons.
Higher prices are not the way to a better economy.
Why not allow them to license their names, or form a trust from athletic revenues?
How about reading the Qur’an?
‘Congress must send the Kremlin a message that we won’t underwrite the agenda of Vladimir Putin with taxpayer-guaranteed financing.’
Chief Justice John Marshall famously observed in 1819 that ‘the power to tax involves the power to destroy.’
The company would be in much better shape if it went through a proper bankruptcy.
Despite his former WH counsel’s advice, the president would rather demagogue about voter suppression.
Like the ERA, it needs to be passed by the states.
Her money trail includes Harry Reid and a donor so anti-Keystone she wouldn’t even pony up for Obama.
The senator sponsored an appropriations bill that would fund similar activities.
Ukraine’s capitalists must stop fighting one another and commit to building a united, democratic bulwark against Putin.
‘It is nonsense on stilts to suggest that Lerner is in the dark about the Committee’s view of her refusal to testify.’
Episcopalians and Reform Jews join forces with CAIR
Confronting Iran involves diplomacy, yes, but also doubting their intentions.
‘I would think that this country’s open-door policy toward terrorists would be of some concern to the owner of any Las Vegas casino’
The Republican legislator may be illegally coordinating with a SuperPAC
Before the Kennedy assassination, Johnson was no friend of equality
‘Destructive creation’ more or less sums up the president’s economic views.
The 77-cents statistic is bogus.
A rule change that would have limited seniors’ access to mental health treatment is thwarted.
The former Florida governor suggests the motive matters more than the crime.
The agency tries to reclaim ground lost in recent Supreme Court cases, by writing its own rules
No matter how out of the mainstream the casino magnate is, 2016 contenders want his money.
Several big recent changes have converged to create a tipping point for new broad scale, over-the-top (OTT) video competition
‘Much of the behavior that led to the downfall of great societies, including that of Noah’s time, now prevails.’