For Santorum, the fight
He wants to compel a troubling conversation the nation would rather not have.
A libertarian governor for Virginia?
Robert Sarvis is enabling voters to register dissatisfaction with the prevailing political duopoly.
What Obama and the tea party have in common
The tea party has a choice to make.
The sequester: The hammer Republicans hold
Many Republicans are undecided about Boehner because they do not understand the hammer — the sequester — he wields.
When liberals became scolds
Political opportunism is perennial.
Supreme Court can rescue another freedom in a campaign cash case
By siding with Shaun McCutcheon, the court can continue rescuing the freedoms of political speech
George Will: For GOP in 2016, some medicine
The Framers considered selecting a president so important that they made it one of the four national institutions they created.
The Fed has become a creature of politics
The Fed has become the model of applied progressivism.
On Obamacare, Republicans get in their own way
Republicans can give Democrats a ruinous opportunity to insist upon unpopular things.
College football is out
Only in football is long-term injury the result not of accidents but of the game played properly.
Syria presents a constitutional moment
No U.S. president should assume he is, as de Gaulle almost mystically did, the nation, or is solely responsible for it.
Obama seeks an accomplice for Syria action
Does Obama understand the perils of being denied an authorization he has sought, and then treating the denial as irrelevant?
Obama is talking America into a war
Obama has a glutton’s, rather than a gourmet’s, appetite for his own rhetorical cuisine.
One brainy idea
How does matter become conscious of itself?
Court orders administration to follow nuclear waste law
This episode is a snapshot of contemporary Washington
Obama’s unconstitutional steps worse than Nixon’s
When the president does it, it is not illegal?
Taming the tax code beast
Simplification would reduce the opportunities for the political class to throw its weight around.
The one who would
Mich. Gov. Rick Snyder isn’t worried about Detroit
Motown’s one-man show
Detroit’s decline began in the 1960s, well before the auto industry’s downward spiral.
Detroit’s death by democracy
It is a myth that Detroit is simply a victim of “de-industrialization”