Inhofe-Toomey sequester alternative takes shape

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“We certainly aren’t going to give the Obama administration a blank check to make cuts.”

  • Jerry Brown, Michael Walsh, Dennis Daugaard

    Never a dull moment when Brown’s in town

    “Aha! Human Events, am I going to get some tough questioning from the right?”

  • Sam-Brownback

    Brownback moves forward to phase out income tax

    “Ax the tax” agenda picks up steam in Kansas.

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    Governors consider Inhofe’s sequester plan

    Many agree that across-the-board cuts need to be avoided.

  • Coulter’s ¡Adios America!: How Democrats Plan  To Make the GOP Disappear

    Coulter’s ¡Adios America!: How Democrats Plan To Make the GOP Disappear

    Ann Coulter’s ¡Adios America! is a four-alarm siren aimed at alerting some still-drowsy conservatives that the Democrats’ hot pursuit of “immigration reform” is designed to blow up the Republican party and conservatism in general.

  • Thumbs Down for Justice Roberts

    Thumbs Down for Justice Roberts

    Last week’s Supreme Court rulings on Obamacare (Burwell) and same-sex marriage (Obergefell) were enormously dispiriting for reasons beyond the substantive issues of socialized medicine and same-sex marriage.

  • Coolidge Was America’s Most Successful Conservative President

    Coolidge Was America’s Most Successful Conservative President

    Americans love the 4th of July—and for good reason. Writing to his wife in July 1776, John Adams hailed the Fourth as “the day of deliverance” and predicted that it would be “celebrated by succeeding generations as the great anniversary festival.” He correctly foresaw these annual celebrations “with pomp and parade, with shows, games, sports, guns, bells, bonfires, and illuminations, from one end of this continent to the other, from this time forward forever more.” On the first anniversary in 1777, the celebrations started, and they have continued ever since.

  • Where’s the Pope’s Encyclical on Christian Persecution?

    Where’s the Pope’s Encyclical on Christian Persecution?

    Pope Francis recently released a new encyclical. Portions of it deal with environmentalism, global warming, and climate change. Naturally, this has prompted controversy.

  • Justice John Roberts is No Conservative – Time for Congress to Repeal ObamaCare

    Justice John Roberts is No Conservative – Time for Congress to Repeal ObamaCare

    One of my friends jokes that U.S. Supreme Court John Roberts is a liberal. I used to laugh him off – not anymore.

  • Somebody Call a Doctor! GOP Replacement for Obamacare Will Not Solve the Problem

    Somebody Call a Doctor! GOP Replacement for Obamacare Will Not Solve the Problem

    In anticipation of the Supreme Court ruling of King v. Burwell in the next few days, Republicans are frantically trying to conjure up an alternative to Obamacare should the subsidies outlined in the case be deemed illegal.

  • Pope Is Wrong on Science

    Pope Is Wrong on Science

    Pope Frances’ encyclical, Laudato Si’, refers vaguely to “the symptoms of sickness evident in the soil, in the water, in the air and in all forms of life,” which he blames on “consumerism” and “globalization,” which, he says, are harming the poor.

  • Yes, Communism Is Still With Us

    Yes, Communism Is Still With Us

    A quarter of a century ago, Soviet Communism, the dark tyranny that had controlled dozens of nations and was responsible for the deaths of millions of innocent victims, suddenly collapsed.

  • First Mary Jo Kopechne, Then America

    First Mary Jo Kopechne, Then America

    Sen. Ted Kennedy’s 1965 immigration act allowed the Democrats to start winning elections the same way they win recounts: by enlarging the pool of voters.

  • Water Market Best Hope to Ease Drought

    Water Market Best Hope to Ease Drought

    As California’s drought enters its fourth year, policy makers here mostly argue over two alternatives – stepping up conservation and water-use enforcement or building new dams and other water-storage facilities. But the solution to the water crisis is more likely to be found on an application that can be downloaded onto our cellphones.