The president’s immigration strategy…and the fine print that upends all the assumptions
Did the president exceed his authority in a tyrannical manner? Not yet, and if he succeeds, he never will.
Scholte: It is the year of the underdog
Scholte dishes on being a Republican woman in politics, Gerry Connolly’s record, the most important function of government, and more.
The Right Kind of Accountability on Bergdahl?
If you believe that this kind of decision is part of conducting a war, as I do, then you should also believe that Congress has no business telling the president exactly how to make it.
Where have all the flowers gone?
Oh, when will they ever learn?
Is Tyranny Around the Corner?
It’s been a bad week for the government-is-your-trustworthy-benefactor crowd. On Wednesday, three credible witnesses torpedoed Obama Administration claims about what…
Galactic Reaction to Jedi Mind Meld
This is not the leader we’re looking for.
Government Incompetence Strikes Again
Well, it’s Sequester Eve, and both Democrat and Republican bills to address the government-manufactured crisis have failed. This shouldn’t be…
The President and Evil Rich People: A Photo Essay
Speaking to Al Sharpton regarding the sequester President Obama said of Republicans, “My sense is that their basic view is that…
Marco Rubio knows he’s not the Savior
It’s the first Friday of Lent and it’s refreshing to hear a national figure such as Marco Rubio admit that…
What difference does the role of government make?
As the quadrennial glare that hovers around the external trappings of elevated office fades, it behooves the citizens of the…