Inhofe-Toomey sequester alternative takes shape
“We certainly aren’t going to give the Obama administration a blank check to make cuts.”
Are Republicans abandoning the ObamaCare issue? Doubtful.
The idea that Obamacare’s potency as a Republican issue is on the verge of expiration is a lingering wish that will never come to pass.
Obama begs for donations as he expresses disgust over beheading
Fundraising is always unseemly, but this is an especially bad moment to raise campaign cash.
The jihadi serial killer no one’s talking about
A bloody rampage brings no denunciations of hate crime or gun violence, because it doesn’t fit the preferred media narrative.
The origin of specious thinking: public schools
The nation’s system of public, government-run schools is by its very nature a corrupting influence, and a fundamental offense against individual freedom.
Netanyahu: “Hamas is ISIS. ISIS is Hamas.”
The enemies of peace have much in common, but the West insists on treating them very differently.
Drunk teacher wins unemployment benefits; gets to keep license
Showed up for work drunk and on OxyContin.
FCC chief: Federal law and policy preempts state law in ‘appropriate circumstances’
Tom Wheeler continues to forge ahead, expressing his desire to use the FCC to preempt state laws banning broadband’s services.
Ferguson: Not even an O.J. Jury would convict Officer Wilson
Where’s the perspective?
Obama drops quick statement on Foley beheading, then hits the links
His actions undermine remarks that were already full of dangerous misconceptions.
Disclosure regs a Trojan horse to kill political speech, expert says
Expansive regulations could put anyone who speaks up in dire bureaucratic straits.