The previous political dividing line of liberals versus conservatives is no longer sufficient to describe the fault line in contemporary politics.
We need a new political party that restrains the federal government in favor of more local solutions. Call it the Federalist Party.
The only way to take Donald Trump down is to do unto him as he has done to others.
Is Sen. Bernie Sanders a protest candidate, or a viable alternative to Hillary Clinton?
It is completely consistent that immigrants would take any education and economic opportunity available to them and follow whichever political party is handing out social services.
Senate Democrats’ proposal to counter the Republican over-the-counter birth-control bill is a façade. They’re still protecting Planned Parenthood at the expense of poor women.
With nearly a million untapped voters in the redder counties of Pennsylvania, we really don’t know what the GOP’s ceiling actually looks like.
How Christians and gay people can reach out to each other without compromising their deepest beliefs.
A better future for poor Americans trapped in Baltimore and across the country must start with a fact-based analysis of how we got here and who has been responsible.
We should identify the gatekeepers of the privileged classes whose systems have ruined cities like Baltimore and explain how to neutralize their stranglehold on American life.
Debbie Wasserman-Schultz thinks aborting full-term babies should be legal. But that’s not the most extreme abortion policy Democrats support.
Elizabeth Warren, here’s your moment to shine.
Unions are losing members and public sympathy, and instead of polishing off our ballads, we should ask why that’s happening.
When Pope Francis damages the cause of liberty across the globe, it’s only right that its defenders should speak up.
Politicians pushing everyone to extend tax-paid education should explain why thirteen years isn’t enough.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren once touted school choice as a necessary relief for middle-class families. With the presidency in view, no longer.
Two cultural revolutions occurred in the sixties. One was political, the other religious and therapeutic.
Our economy’s urgent moral crisis is not insufficient returns from full-time work a minimum-wage hike can fix. It is insufficient access to full-time work.
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