• Gun Lies

    Gun Lies

    My town, New York City, enforces rigid gun laws. Police refused to assign me a gun permit. The law doesn’t even let me hold a fake gun on TV to demonstrate something.

  • The Private Sector Giveth - and Government Taketh Away

    The Private Sector Giveth – and Government Taketh Away

    It is – sadly, always – a clash of two titans. The private sector and government. There are claims made that it is – or can be – a symbiotic relationship. The free market and government – walking hand-in-hand into a brighter tomorrow.

  • GOP Fox Debate Preview: Trump, Jeb and Hillary Watch Your Back

    GOP Fox Debate Preview: Trump, Jeb and Hillary Watch Your Back

    Will The Donald come out swinging? Does Jeb Bush have a glass jaw?

  • Shock Videos Expose Moral Blind Spots

    Shock Videos Expose Moral Blind Spots

    It’s not that hard — and it’s a bit self satisfying — to judge moral flaws from past times. Hence, legislators from both parties recently embraced a bill to ban the naming of California public buildings after leaders of the Confederacy, given that regime protected the unquestionably evil practice of slavery. There’s no risk in condemning a government that dissolved in 1865 and was mostly headquartered 2,800 miles from Sacramento.

  • The Plot to Destroy Nixon

    The Plot to Destroy Nixon

    In his new biography “Being Nixon: A Man Divided,” Evan Thomas concedes a point. Richard Nixon, he writes, “was not paranoid; the press and the ‘Georgetown set’ really were out to get him.”

  • The Trump Card

    The Trump Card

    With Hillary Clinton’s multiple misdeeds coming to light and causing her political problems, reflected in her declining support in the polls, both she and the Democratic Party have reason to be concerned. But both of them may yet be rescued by “The Donald,” who can turn out to be their Trump card.

  • Iran Deal Is Obama's Foreign Policy Obamacare

    Iran Deal Is Obama’s Foreign Policy Obamacare

    President Obama’s sordid Iran nuke deal is looking more and more like the foreign policy version of Obamacare. It’s duplicitous, secretive, destructive and legacy-driven, and he’s going to have to go full community organizer to get it passed.

  • Obama Bets Nuclear Deal Will Change Iran's Regime; Few Agree

    Obama Bets Nuclear Deal Will Change Iran’s Regime; Few Agree

    “Faute de mieux.” That means “for want of something better” in Secretary of State John Kerry’s second language. It’s also the best case made by its journalistic defenders for approval of the nuclear weapons deal Kerry negotiated with Iran. Or to be more exact, for rallying 34 votes in the Senate or 146 votes in the House to uphold a presidential veto of a congressional vote to disapprove.

  • The Run Amoks at the CFPB

    The Run Amoks at the CFPB

    No one likes to pay interest – but most of us need to borrow money at some point in our lives. Interest is the price of borrowing money – no different, when you think about it, than paying rent to borrow a car for a period of time.

  • Counties Are Failing to Keep Voter Rolls Clean

    Counties Are Failing to Keep Voter Rolls Clean

    Clarke County, Mississippi has more people registered to vote than are alive. And my firm, the Public Interest Legal Foundation, on behalf of the American Civil Rights Union (ACRU), is doing something about it.

  • Reviving ‘Peace Through Strength’

    Reviving ‘Peace Through Strength’

    Ever since the Ayatollah Khomeini and his Islamist storm troops took over Iran in 1979, the driving force of the country’s rulers has been (1) destroy Israel; (2) establish Iran as the hegemonist of the Middle East; and (3) drive out all Western influences from the region. Their efforts to create a nuclear arsenal has been part of their strategy to accomplish these goals.

  • Now the Turks Are All In

    Now the Turks Are All In

    All through the Cold War, the Turks were among America’s most reliable allies.

  • Asymmetrical Politics: Republicans Act Like an Unruly Mob, Democrats Like a Regimented Army

    Asymmetrical Politics: Republicans Act Like an Unruly Mob, Democrats Like a Regimented Army

    As the presidential campaign heats up, and we head into the first debate among the 16 declared Republican candidates, there is an asymmetry between the two political parties.

  • Desperate Dems Recycle Planned Parenthood's Mammogram Lie

    Desperate Dems Recycle Planned Parenthood’s Mammogram Lie

    The gruesome hits keep coming for the baby butchers of Planned Parenthood. President Obama and his top health officials have one last-ditch response left: Quick, hide behind the imaginary mammogram machine!

  • School Choice Is Liberty’s Last Best Hope

    School Choice Is Liberty’s Last Best Hope

    Although we often hear about distinctive American features such as apple pie, baseball, and freedom of speech, the single greatest characteristic of the American way is the willingness to provide opportunity for all. Unlike its European predecessors, the United States was always meant to be a place where your standing in the world isn’t determined by who your parents are but rather by an unrelenting spirit.

  • Why Muslim Rapists Prefer Blondes: A History

    Why Muslim Rapists Prefer Blondes: A History

    The Muslim penchant to target “white” women for sexual exploitation—an epidemic currently plaguing Europe, especially Britain and Scandinavia—is as old as Islam itself, and even traces back to Muhammad.

  • Cover Oregon Scandal Illustrates the Arrogance and Audacity of Failed Big Government

    Cover Oregon Scandal Illustrates the Arrogance and Audacity of Failed Big Government

    Liberal Democrats had the audacity to believe that something as complex as providing health care to millions of citizens could be more effectively administered by government bureaucrats who had no experience or training in administration of this sector of the economy, than by the experienced and trained experts who managed the provision of health care in the private sector.

  • Voters to G.O.P.: We're Just Not That Into Immigrants

    Voters to G.O.P.: We’re Just Not That Into Immigrants

    For years, Republican candidates have been assured by their political consultants that amnesty is a runaway hit with the public.

  • How Uber and Small Dollar Lending are Disrupting the Status Quo

    How Uber and Small Dollar Lending are Disrupting the Status Quo

    Economics always finds a way. Especially in America where the entire system is founded on creatively providing needs to the society at large in hopes of profit.

  • Understanding Pollard: He is Not the Victim his Supporters Portray

    Understanding Pollard: He is Not the Victim his Supporters Portray

    Jonathan Pollard, the U.S. intelligence analyst who spied for Israel and was sentenced to life in prison, could be released as early as November, when he becomes eligible for mandatory parole, according to the Justice Department.