The U.S. has spent billions in training and support for Syrian rebels—the same rebels now willing to work with the terrorists responsible for 9/11.
It is a mistake for American leaders and those currently recoiling at the populist fervor gripping the nation to simply blame populism’s existence on a few demagogic pot stirrers.
This week’s Charlotte riots demonstrate the importance of narrative—and the new Museum of African American History can shape that narrative for the better.
If you are discouraged by 2016 and the direction of the country, here’s a challenge, which I offer to you as much as to me: To watch Fox News and MSNBC less. To roll our sleeves up more.
The current administration is illegally coercing health care providers into participating in abortions and denying their rights to bring lawsuits, testifiers said at a House forum on Friday.
The American Enterprise Institute has published a comprehensive budgetary plan. Compared to current law, the plan is a huge improvement.
I don’t have high hopes for a Cruz administration. But mocking him for restating traditional American values about faith and the Constitution is bizarre.
There’s a big story emerging in D.C.: Barack Obama is making a comeback. The only problem is that it’s not true.
This is the first in a series of essays examining the prospects for electing a republican president and ultimately reining in the imperial presidency.
When will the silent, discontent, and disengaged majority awaken to the reality that the peace they’ve been promised is a political mirage?
Would transferring multiple-use federal lands to the states be in the best interest of the states and the nation? That’s easy. Yes.
It’s easy to laugh at Oregon. And after the performance of the state’s health insurance exchange, it deserves it.
If too many of our fellow citizens suddenly decide to get high regularly, America will be less “alert” in a dangerous world, says Jerry Brown.
Our concern over the size of government goes deeper than tax policy or the federal budget deficit.
Gallup asked people in all 50 states and D.C. about their views on the economy. All 50 states were negative. D.C. was positive. Try to guess why.
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