2018 began with the conclusion of a high-profile court case illuminating illicit Iranian financing schemes executed during the Obama years.
PragerU’s suit against Google and YouTube alleging unlawful censorship and free speech discrimination has the potential to be groundbreaking.
Who knew progressives could look past the transgressions of murderous, human rights-violating theocracies to support free trade?
The Senate should take its advise and consent duties seriously. That means suggesting a far better Supreme Court nominee than Merrick Garland.
Chris Christie has endorsed Donald Trump. Christie is just doing what he always does to keep himself ahead.
Government regulators clog a new way to let small businesses raise capital from crowdfunding.
Yale University is endorsing an ideology under which Yale itself could not exist.
Since automation trends are primarily government-driven, non-elites who vote for progressive candidates are going to have an increasingly tough time.
If we don’t mobilize to remove politicians who are actively or passively eliminating our form of government, the republic our founders gave us is lost.
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