The president’s redefinition of American exceptionalism is a rejection of the things that make us unique.
By any standard, Indiana’s new law is about religious freedom, not ‘religious freedom.’
New York Magazine writer Jonathan Chait is known for cherry picking thoughtful arguments when he struggles to respond to them. But now he’s getting worse.
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Reagan said, “the trouble with our liberal friends is not that they are ignorant, but that they know so much that isn’t so.” But ignorance is now a problem.
Even in the most catastrophic year for congressional incumbents, 90 percent of them will win reelection – and most of them will do so rather easily.
The IRS scandal took a turn for the worse on Friday when officials claimed they’d lost key emails. Here are three ways the media failed to cover the news.
The Colorado’s Civil Rights Commission has ordered a suburban Denver baker named Jack Phillips to make wedding cakes for same-sex couples.
This is no better than the bigotry the gay community had to deal with for decades.
Don’t pretend you’re skeptical about the ever-growing entitlement state, National Journal’s Ron Fournier is pretty sure you’re just racist.
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