• A Tale of Two Entrepreneurs

    A Tale of Two Entrepreneurs

    Bill Gates and Elon Musk are both entrepreneurs and billionaires. They both used their vision to capitalize on technology the market was lacking.

  • ISIS: 0; Ted Kennedy: Too Many To Count

    ISIS: 0; Ted Kennedy: Too Many To Count

    In the days leading up to July Fourth weekend, Americans were hysterically warned about an ISIS attack in the United States. Congressman Peter King, for example, somberly advised Fox News viewers that “this is the most concerned I’ve seen the FBI and Homeland Security” since 9/11.

  • Democrats Want Big Government Crony Socialism - Why Are Some Republicans Giving It to Them?

    Democrats Want Big Government Crony Socialism – Why Are Some Republicans Giving It to Them?

    Look, we get why Democrats want to use the giant-ness of the federal government to punish their enemies and reward their friends.

  • Turning The Tables on Campus Anti-Free Speech Codes

    Turning The Tables on Campus Anti-Free Speech Codes

    Use Progressives’ Anti-Free Speech Codes Against Them

  • Is Your Church Abetting Sanctuary Nation?

    Is Your Church Abetting Sanctuary Nation?

    The random, heartless murder of a young tourist on San Francisco’s Pier 14 by a five-time illegal alien deportee who benefited from the “progressive” city’s sanctuary policy has law-abiding Americans, law enforcement officials and political opportunists of all stripes up in arms.

  • Wealth Gap

    Wealth Gap

    Nearly 10,000 people turned out to hear Bernie Sanders in Wisconsin. Why? Apparently, many Democrats want socialism.

  • A Minority View

    A Minority View

    Let’s list major problems affecting black Americans. Topping the list is the breakdown in the black family, where only a third of black children are raised in two-parent households. Actually, the term “breakdown” is incorrect. Families do not form in the first place. Nationally, there is a black illegitimacy rate of 72 percent. In some urban areas, the percentage is much greater. Blacks constitute more than 50 percent of murder victims, where roughly 7,000 blacks are murdered each year. Ninety-five percent of the time, the perpetrator is another black. If a black youngster does graduate from high school, it is highly likely that he can read, write and compute no better than a white seventh- or eighth-grader. These are the major problems that face black Americans.

  • A "Royal" Rip-off?

    A “Royal” Rip-off?

    Should the government – or people actually listening music – determine how much music ought to cost? This question will soon be answered by the government – which will decree how much you’ll pay to hear music via streaming sources such as Pandora.

  • High Court Mulls Future of Forced Dues

    High Court Mulls Future of Forced Dues

    California case could change the country’s political landscape.

  • Open Skies Agreements Helps Lower Prices for Travel Consumer

    Open Skies Agreements Helps Lower Prices for Travel Consumer

    Booked airline tickets recently? Even if it has been a while, nothing much has changed. Fares are high, route choices often constrained, and additional airline fees seem to keep increasing with no end in sight.

  • I Told You Things Are Getting Crazier

    I Told You Things Are Getting Crazier

    Lately I’ve shared my lament that in America today we are witnessing a surreal transformation of the greatest nation in history. Last week, a spate of headlines made this point better than I could make it on my own.

  • Fetaccompli?  Moral Hazard and the Greek Debt Crisis

    Fetaccompli? Moral Hazard and the Greek Debt Crisis

    As Greece voted, in essence, to leave the Euro, it behooves us to really take a look at who is to blame for the crisis.

  • Government Crushes People - Then Writes Them Checks

    Government Crushes People – Then Writes Them Checks

    No one or nothing produces more garbage than government. And their trash has nowhere to go except all over the private sector – us.

  • Trump and the GOP Border War

    Trump and the GOP Border War

    In the 2016 race, June belonged to two outsiders who could not be more dissimilar.

  • Redistricting Not Worth the Verbal Footwork

    Redistricting Not Worth the Verbal Footwork

    “Words mean what they say,” I wrote in my Washington Examiner column one week ago. But, as I added, not necessarily to a majority of justices of the Supreme Court. The targets of my column were the majority opinions in King v. Burwell and Texas Department of Community Affairs v. The Inclusive Communities Project.

  • Looking Back

    Looking Back

    After my 85th birthday last week, I looked back over my life and was surprised to discover in how many different ways I had been lucky, in addition to some other ways in which I was unlucky.

  • Conservative Bestseller List July 1-7

    Conservative Bestseller List July 1-7

    Are you fed up with politically-correct bestseller lists?

  • Kill Thine Enemy: TV and Video Games Demonstrate the Road to Salvation

    Kill Thine Enemy: TV and Video Games Demonstrate the Road to Salvation

    In the conflict between us and them, we know who we are, and whether or not we know them, we are certain that they are not us.

  • Words Used to Mean Things - Then Came Government

    Words Used to Mean Things – Then Came Government

    We are a nation founded upon and (allegedly) governed by words. Beginning with – specifically, foundational-ly – the Constitution. Every syllable was by our Founding Fathers debated and carefully crafted. To ensure a limited, enumerated government, maximum freedom for We the People – and a document that clearly, concisely laid out these parameters.

  • The Wrinkle in the Affordable Care Act decision

    The Wrinkle in the Affordable Care Act decision

    “What chumps!”

    — Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr., June 29, 2015