Undoubtedly, in the coming months Tiger will be looking for a way to restore his reputation and, perhaps, save his shattered marriage.
Have you ever noticed how, when it comes to the rich and powerful, the most impressive people are those that eschew the many benefits of their
The United States cannot continue on this path of fiscal gluttony indefinitely. With every dollar we borrow, we sacrifice more and more of our freedom.
As the political seas continue to churn over issues such as abortion, healthcare, cap-and-trade, bailouts, the war, and Climategate, the ideological divisions between the two major parties appear to run deeper than ever before.
As world leaders prepare to gather in Copenhagen to discuss a global strategy for combating climate change—a strategy likely to involve a substantial growth of government power at the expense of individual and economic liberty—a shock wave of controversy threatens to shatter what many have come to view as settled science.
Believe it or not—against all reason or logic—Senator Coburn believes that Congress should read legislation BEFORE they vote it into law. The nerve!
Affordability, accessibility, quality ― the hallowed trifecta at the center of the debate over health care reform.
What abortion advocates ignore is that unless we first preserve the right to life, all other rights are meaningless.
In spite of evidence indicating that responsible parenting plays a formative role in influencing children's sexual choices, Planned Parenthood has worked to supplant parents as the definitive authority on kids and sex.
Most would agree that conserving resources and minimizing adverse impacts on the environment make sense, but something has gone terribly awry within the Green Movement.
The subject of how best to honor and care for those facing death due to terminal illness or old age has always been controversial.
In the wake of the controversial dismissal of Green Jobs Czar Van Jones, another of the President's men has been attracting negative attention.
Cynics say the term "celebrity justice" is an oxymoron.
For years, lawmakers on both sides of the aisle have trampled on the principle of transparency by ramming legislation through the Congress without giving the American people time to read it.
There's an old adage popular among lawyers: If your case is weak on the law, pound the facts. If it's weak on the facts, pound the law.
Republican lawmakers and pundits are playing the same old song-and-dance―blaming ballooning health care costs on trial lawyers.
Sometimes fairy tales are better than non-fiction at communicating essential truths.
This has been the "Summer of the Senior" in America.
A simple yet brilliant strategy is at work here on the part of those that would have dependence on government increase
Ask any politician in the free world, and they will tell you that intense public scrutiny and uncomfortable clashes with detractors are all in a day's work for an elected official.
One of the most controversial issues of the current health care reform debate is the concept of health care rationing
Those who would defend human dignity in the face of science's relentless march towards "discovery" are once again under attack.
For Americans hurting now, abstract policy debates and partisan political warfare do little to change the reality on the ground.
Religious bigotry is alive and well in the scientific community, as evidenced by its response to President Obama's decision to appoint Dr. Francis Collins as the head of the National Institutes of Health.
President Obama has repeatedly demonstrated a propensity to elevate "science" over ethical considerations in pursuit of utilitarian goals.