Jesse Benton and the liberty movement’s teachable moment
Eventually they’re going to need to learn how to compete like a normal business.
The voice of failure is outshouting the whisper of achievement.
They’re fighting everyone, and it’s important to remember that.
The real problem is our astronomically high corporate tax rate.
It’s the first in that range’s 14 years of operation.
A new case challenges the idea that large media organizations deserve special treatment.
‘The ‘compensation’ in scores afforded to minorities could actually be leading to greater numbers being given the death sentence.’
Operation Choke Point targeted ammunition sellers, coin dealers, and online dating sites.
High-tax, high-regulation governments only work when their big industries are hard to move.
‘If there is anything unifying in this awful tragedy, it is the grief we all feel for the Browns and the loss of their young son.’
The long-term relationship between advocates of the unborn and their friends in the Democratic Party has been rocky at best.
Racial quotas lead to worse policing.
Gays in the military do affect morale after all
Islamists know the moderating effect Christians have; that’s why they’re targets.
The national debt will grow from $12 trillion to $20 trillion in ten years.
The comeback story of the year could be derailed by courtroom drama.
If common ground is to be found, it will happen at the altar, or not at all.
Would Lincoln have considered it a ‘laudable pursuit’?
It’s all up to leadership now
America cannot go on justifying bad behavior, not even when it comes from a people who have been wronged by history.
Healthcare as a share of GDP means less than what’s left over after healthcare spending.
An average member of Congress makes $174,000 a year.
Perhaps protestors should be sending their complaints to the school’s donors.
Poverty is a moral problem, not a security problem.
The public-spiritedness of eating yourself into an early grave
Top generals have already claimed that the threat will have to be dealt with, so why wait?
It’s part of a disturbing trend of raiding investors serviced by offending banks.
Regional governments and aid workers can’t be kept in the dark about the virus.
Behind in the polls, he’s rekindling class warfare against banks, corporations, and rich people.
Contra Brit Hume and Kim Strassel, it’s just not true that ‘amnesty’ has to be without conditions.
Protesters can’t answer that basic question
The question is whether we want to protect black victims or black criminals.
English 101 students don’t need a glossy new edition every year to learn how to write.
Progressives and conservatives should both support ending the Ex-Im Bank, so why is Elizabeth Warren for it?
White racism and black crime are both real problems.
It’s not true that the government has limited press coverage of the outbreak.
Ticket sellers are doing what they can to make paperless, and competition-free sales the norm.
‘Stirring up racial hatred is how journalists make up for sending their own kids to lily-white private schools.’
Teacher-tenure fights pit old guard union members against newer, often better, teachers.
There are times when pistols and squad cars don’t cut it.
‘The main reason the U.K. ex-smokers gave for using e-cigarettes was to quit or to avoid tobacco products.’
The bill only passed with strategic misdirection from activists who tied child abuse to homosexuality.
Democracy depends on accepting the burdens of self-government, not just goosing the rolls.
Envy and self-loathing are the root causes of European enmity toward not only Israel, but also America.
Few presidents have reclaimed it, once lost, and Obama needs public approval more than most.
Local officials are resistant to Western medicine’s remedies
Hindus and Jews have much in common.
…despite a phony Democratic indictment.
Matt Lewis gets it wrong about our business.
To restore public trust, Commissioner Koskinen will have to do more with less.
Humanitarian war is unjustifiable, but it’s clear that ISIS could pose a security threat in the future.
Managing special interests has been the president’s job since George Washington.
Putting the culture war behind us would be a godsend.
At some point, the returns don’t justify the costs. But would the EPA be honest about that?
Failed Keynesian policies have blocked growth.
Why my critics should try going to Africa.
Progressive Democrats misrepresent Hillary’s views on war, foreign policy, and civil rights.
‘Ambassadors don’t have to go through customs and the Vice President will gladly carry your bags for you’
Eastern Europe can no longer count on America’s ironclad support.
This July the NLRB handed the SEIU a major victory — but momentum is against big labor.
Hamas minus IDF equals ISIS.
Cases of intimidation are real, but that’s all the more reason to report the rest straight.
ISIS is the threat of the day, but more loom on the horizon.
There is no quarter, online or otherwise, where lifting without attribution is acceptable.
They don’t reduce accidental deaths, and leave people more vulnerable to criminals.
‘It’s very tough to anger everyone, but it seems Abercrombie did so.’
Congress should pass the Smarter Sentencing Act now — even if it does nothing else.
To get the economy growing again, nearly every Obama-era policy will need to be reversed.
After Australia’s carbon tax repeal, few nations are interested in sticking their neck out.
She’s hoping Louisianans ignore what a rotten deal it is for taxpayers.
Paul Ryan has it right.
Local government, small business, and churches are the foundation of a strong vision for the country.
If the FDA’s proposed rules go into effect, big cigarette companies are the only ones that could afford the regulatory costs
‘We came of age in a time of pessimism and uncertainty brought about by the failed policies of previous generations.’
Compared to South Korea or Japan, Vietnam is still a basket case.
Ronan the Accuser as Hamas
Speaker Boehner and Trey Gowdy should expect a long, frustrating summer.
It’s cost approximately 64,000 workers their jobs.