A road map for real bipartisan tax reform
Op-ed: A truly balanced approach to the fiscal cliff would have to include major spending cuts and entitlement reforms.
Updating our Commitment to Those Who Serve
Expressing our appreciation for military service on Armed Forces Day and Memorial Day.
Do House Democrats Take Terrorism Seriously?
This week, House Democrat leaders face a choice.
National Sovereignty: Protecting It
Texas Senator Jon Cornyn on LOST, the UN and Medellin
It’s Time to Draw the Line
The now-infamous Moveon.org ad — "General Petraeus or General Betray Us" — marks a potential watershed in U.S. political discourse
We Must Protect Private Property Rights
One year later: Kelo v. the city of New London
April 15 Without Forms and Headaches
Fair Tax Act would remove the complex tax burden
Life Along the Border Is No Longer Safe
Comprehensive reform is key to reducing violence
ExclusiveO’Connor Wins Democrats’ Praise, but Would She Get Their Votes Today?
Alito isn’t all that different from woman he’s replacing
ExclusiveCourts Are to Blame for War on Christmas
Americans should celebrate their faith publicly
Dems Were for a Strong Troop Presence in IraqÃ¢â‚¬”Before They Were Against It
Sens. Kerry, Reed oppose President’s Iraq strategy
Restore 5th Amendment Property Rights
There have been a number of controversial Supreme Court decisions in recent years, from the Lawrence decision that led to a nationwide litigation campaign against traditional marriage laws, to the court’s refusal to protect the Pledge of Allegiance and the | Read More »
Senate Democrats Distort ‘Advice and Consent’
If you stay in Washington long enough, you see history repeat itself. Two years ago this month, while rumors of Supreme Court vacancies were similarly racing through the Capitol, Senators Chuck Schumer (D.-N.Y.) and Pat Leahy (D.-Vt.) demanded–as they did last week–that | Read More »