Deficit fears have consumed Washington and brought the Democrats' agenda to a halt. And yet military spending is at an all-time high--and considered off limits for cutting. It shouldn't be.
As a commenter points out, didn't Paul himself say that private businesses have the right to refuse service to anyone they wish?
The President asserted his authority but fell flat on pushing for an energy bill
A conversation with the rock band's lawyer about why his clients don't want the libertarian politician to use their songs on his campaign
There are answers to readers' questions about the libertarian politician's spat with the rock band—but they can't be revealed just yet
Rush is insisting the libertarian politician stop using their songs as part of his campaign—which must sting, considering it's his favorite band
Newser.com misses the point of my latest column
As the disaster spreads throughout the Gulf, Americans are beginning to realize that government intervention is sometimes necessary
I'll leave it to others to analyze the winners and the losers, but having spent most of the day at a conference on financial reform, I do want to weigh in on that one
A california couple seeks to build the world’s greenest home.
I don't ordinarily think of Clive Crook's FT columns as my go-to source for humor, but his latest column on Obama-must-do-something oil-spill hysteria left me in tears
Enough with the phony war records, politicians. It's time to make one change to election law that would end this charade: have candidates submit their military records to the Federal Election Committee.
Frank Rich joins the chorus (i.e., me) pointing out that Obama's faith in experts is perhaps too strong
The band, not the radio host
Obama's devotion to experts and data usually serves him well. But the Gulf oil catastrophe may shake his confidence.
Alas, Roy Moore, the infamous "Ten Commandments Judge," has lost again