Retired Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens proposes in his new book six amendments that would just about finish off the Constitution. Liberal journalists drooled.
“Poverty” is in the eye of the statisticians — more specifically, the government statisticians who define what constitutes “poverty,” and who are unlikely to define it in ways that might jeopardize the massive welfare state that they are part of.
Nations that disarm increasing the chances of being attacked by nations that do not disarm.
Much as many liberals like to put guilt trips on other people, they seldom seek out, much less acknowledge and take responsibility for, the bad consequences of their own actions.
Cliven Bundy’s act of defiance against the federal government in Nevada is evidence that Americans haven’t been completely cowed and conquered. There is hope for the country yet.
What are the facts behind Cliven Bundy’s defiant stand against Federal authority in Nevada? Who is the real lawbreaker? Is Bundy a David facing a Goliath?
Seeing as the Obama administration is concerned about punishment disproportionality, should black convicts be released so that only 13 percent of incarcerated murderers are black?
The “war on women” political slogan is in fact a war against common sense.
A new book discusses how racism and a fascination with European statism enabled FDR to impose the New Deal on the country and lay the foundation of American statism.
If you put $1,000 in your piggy bank in 1960 and took it out to spend in 2000, you would discover that your money had, over time, lost 80 percent of its value.
Brandeis University withdrew its offer of an honorary degree to Ayaan Hirsi Ali, and disinvited her from delivering a commencement address – because of Islamic supremacist pressure. Is this any way to promote freedom of speech?
Those unfamiliar with political rhetoric may not know that “special interests” mean people who support your opponents.
“What the tax code is doing is trying to choose our values for us,” complains Yaron Brook from the Ayn Rand Institute.
Individualism must be the basis for the freedom to practice our values–religious or otherwise.
The fundamental elements of capitalism—the recognition of individual rights to life, liberty, property, and pursuit of happiness and private ownership of property—are a crucial requirement of wealth creation.
Business schools do not do a good job of educating their students about capitalism.
Should we insist upon equal treatment of people by race and sex or tolerate differences in treatment?
Gambling is often a symptom rather than a cause.
Critics have seen Obama’s repeated sacrifices of American national interests as deliberate.
Most of Barack Obama’s foreign policy decisions since becoming president are consistent with this mindset. He has acted repeatedly as a citizen of the world, even though he was elected to be President of the United States.