Pick a global crisis today, and the odds are good that it either began, or was exacerbated, by a political elite bent on looting the national treasury.
Part 2 of a series: Government control of our most intimate decisions depends on many of us refusing to make those decisions wisely ourselves.
Obamacare’s drafters deliberately limited subsidies to plans purchased from state exchanges. That, and not a drafting error, is why Obama lost Halbig.
If Erika Johansen really wanted ugly heroines in literature, why would she have let a movie studio cast Emma Watson as star of The Queen of the Tearling?
Yes, inflation is a real problem. The prices of major goods are rising faster than American incomes, straining family budgets.
Husbands: Don’t keep a record of wrongs. Wives: Be open to more sex. Marriages are better when we work to please each other more.
Today’s feminists are adroit at manufacturing a successive series of mystical antagonists in order to advance their causes.
Children’s homes can work wonders with children who have been damaged by their families, communities, and the foster-care system.
If driverless cars can work reliably, sell at economical prices, and are not driven from the market by lawsuits, they could dramatically change our society.
If politicians listened to their constituents like Glenn Beck does, U.S. education might be in for less of a Common Core-induced trainwreck.
Today, a federal appeals court read the law as written. Panic ensued.