If you had better things to do than watch CNN for two and a half hours, never fear: Here are the best tweets of the evening for your reading pleasure.
Restoring circuit duties to the court would naturally decrease tenure on the bench without weakening the judiciary’s independence or adding more justices in a partisan war.
Thursday night’s debate was about as exciting as watching paint dry, but the debate tweets did not disappoint.
By putting constitutionally ineligible officers into the presidential succession, the Congress in 1947 guaranteed a court fight should a double vacancy ever occur.
Don’t worry if you begged off of watching the latest Democratic slogan-fest, we’ve got the best tweets of the night to tell the story quicker and more entertainingly.
The HIRE Act would relocate nearly all of the employees of ten executive departments to regions of the country that need the jobs more.
PodShare is putting a shiny new gloss on the old solution, and without tax dollars or bulldozing neighborhoods. But dormitories for millennials won’t solve the problem.
National Review editor Rich Lowry’s new book, ‘The Case For Nationalism,’ offers up a proper understanding and lucid defense of one of the most controversial words in the political lexicon.
Science fiction often shows us a human tale through an imaginary lens. But writing believable humans without capitalism and community is next to impossible.
Did you spend your time watching the team formerly known as the Expos play baseball instead? Not to worry: the best tweets of last night’s debate are here.
Free traders have the same view of trade war as Quakers do of real war: that it is never the answer.
As far as the American media is concerned, the socialist dictator of Venezuela could decide he’s a woman, but can’t decide that he’s a socialist.
Free trade with communist nations will defeat every law we have. In a free market with an unfree nation, we have created a competition of systems, and bad systems will drive out good.
Warren wants to take the money lobbyists would use for causes they believe in and spend it on causes the government thinks are better, and if natural rights are caught in the crossfire, so be it.
The legal implications of Trump’s phone call to the Ukrainian president are still being hashed out, but there are several points in Trump’s favor on public perception about the charges.
From the internet fever swamps of the left-wing commentariat, plans have emerged to remove Brett Kavanaugh from the Supreme Court by any means necessary.
Sisko attempts to resolve a land dispute between two rival Bajoran factions while O’Brien tries to prevent the destruction of a Bajoran village.
Last night in Houston, the Democrats crammed twenty pounds of malarkey into a ten-pound sack when offering their ideas about what ails this country. For three interminable hours.
Creeping government control is nothing new, but the DOJ’s recent disregard for the Second and Fourth Amendments shows old protections against abuses of power will wear thin without public vigilance.
Reporting on President Trump has always been bad, but press malfeasance in Brazil and Great Britain show things are only getting worse.
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