When it comes to budgets and taxpayer funded expenditures, size matters. Senator Coburn has crafted a proposal that addresses spending in virtually every segment of government
Another week has come and gone, and our government still cannot agree on a plan for addressing America's impending financial disaster.
Casey Anthony’s acquittal of the killing of her precious child, Caylee, has shocked the nation.
It is a curious irony that feminists in the United States haven't taken up the cause of Muslim women. The root cause of our diplomatic timidity on these issues is no surprise.
In modern politics, the “single issue voter” gets a pretty bad rap. He is seen as unrealistic and intellectually myopic
At this point, it's difficult to tell who among the Republican candidates possesses the rare combination of wisdom, humility, and leadership necessary to break the poisonous cycle of big-government intervention and lead us out of this mess.
It's encouraging that a bipartisan coalition of representatives have decided to put the Constitution ahead of politics with a resolution taking the President to task for continuing to appropriate resources to the Libyan war
When one hears the names Mitch Daniels, Mike Huckabee, and Donald Trump, cowardice is the last thing that comes to mind. These are men of great and admirable accomplishments, after all.
For those that question the strategic wisdom of the United States continuing its support for Israel in these precarious diplomatic times, it should be acknowledged that no other nation in the region exemplifies western liberal ideals better than Israel.
As predicted, the American government this week reached it’s $14.3 trillion debt limit. With our credit line officially tapped out, our leaders in Washington are scrambling to cobble together a compromise for responding to the situation.
The desire for freedom is something hardwired into the fabric of the human soul. Unfortunately, so is the desire for power and control.
We finally got him. Almost a decade after the horrific attacks of September 11, 2001, justice has been meted out to the mastermind of Islamic terror, Osama bin Laden.
The Left's propaganda campaign paid off. Planned Parenthood emerged from the budget negotiations unscathed.
While it may seem admirable to hold our public officials to impeccable standards of personal conduct, this unrealistic paradigm often causes more harm than good.
What policy position is likely to get people off their couches and to the polls on election day? "It's the economy, stupid!"
It's deja vu all over again in Washington, as Republicans and Democrats face off over the budget and the possibility of a government shut-down looms on the horizon.
More than 90 percent of nursing homes employ at least one ex-convict. Why is this happening?
In America, it's easy to take freedom of speech for granted. After all, for citizens of the United States, free speech is a birthright
Despite his formerly firm convictions, the President has now decided that traditional marriage is no longer worth defending in the civil sphere.
It is estimated that, by the end of 2011, the US national debt will exceed our gross domestic product
Inside the beltway, discussion of President Obama's proposed budget for fiscal year 2012 has provoked the "Sturm und Drang" that we have come to expect in the polarized partisan atmosphere that predominates in Washington.
After centuries of hegemony in an increasingly secular world, it is ironic that faith – faith in the right thing – may be the only thing that can restore credibility to the world of science.
The notion of what it means to be "tolerant" has changed radically. There was a time when tolerance meant just that: tolerance
For many years now, America's civil justice system has been on the losing side of the public relations battle.
It is at times like these that we truly cease to be Republican or Democrat, and should be able to grieve together simply as Americans.