Recently released statistics say that the percentage of adults younger than 30 who own a private business is the lowest in a generation. Today only 3.6% own a stake in a private company, compared to 6.1% in 2010. Even more troubling, this number was 10.6% in 1989.
For those late to "Deflate-gate," let me save you some time: Tom Brady or Patriots coach Bill Belichick did it.
There was sad news in the breeding world last week. Toystory, the bull that set the world record for producing offspring, died.
President Obama came to Knoxville, Tenn., last week to give away $60 billion more in taxpayer money. He said he wants to give most everyone free community college. What a guy!
Pundits and prognosticators have but one goal: making fortune cookies and astrology seem respectable. Here are my annual predictions.
Each year I get requests from readers on my year-in-review column. But I am going to do one anyway.
In one of his few good decisions, President Obama announced his plan to normalize relations with Cuba. It is a smart gesture of reconciliation that, coupled with free trade, will make a friend of an enemy 90 miles to our south.
Democrat Senate staffers did not even talk to the heads of the agencies that oversaw the programs. It took seven years and was a hatchet job targeted at Bush. The 6,000-page report was slightly longer than a Tom Cruise pre-nup.
Uber Cab was recently valued at $40 billion for providing a valuable service to Americans. Now if only the company can dodge government interference.
The grand jury decision in the Ferguson, Missouri police shooting case of Michael Brown by Officer Darren Wilson was not even close. Twelve people, black and white, came to the right conclusion.
It's Thanksgiving again, when folks go home to bear the brunt of their parents' judgment. This year perhaps all you single folks out there will hear the delightful query from your moms, "Why are you still single, and Charles Manson isn't?"
Recently surfaced lectures and videos of one of the architects of ObamaCare, MIT professor Jonathan Gruber, exemplify this administration's hubris.
Harry Reid's (D-NV) control over the Senate will soon end, and corrupt, pork barrel spending will be his legacy. He has left more earmarks during his brutal reign than Mike Tyson.
Enroute to her inevitable coronation as the 2016 Democratic nominee for President, Hillary has stumbled out of the gate.
The Democrats have an impending problem surfacing at an inopportune time: their beloved big government's feckless response to our nation's problems.
As with any "crisis," Obama and his 24/7 political machine do not "let a good crisis go to waste" without using it to create another government department so they can act like they know what they are doing.
Our Supreme Court punted on hearing the gay marriage cases recently brought before it. By not hearing the cases, the court allowed same-sex marriages to be legal. 19 states already allow gay marriage; this non-decision brings the number to 30.
In the wake of an ongoing series of embarrassing security breaches, Secret Service Director Julia Pierson resigned last week. She is thinking about going into something new and exciting, like security.
Eric Holder has resigned, ending the reign of the most racially divisive and political Attorney General in modern history.
The NFL and its contrite Commissioner, Roger Goodell, are in full damage control mode for the way they handled the Ray Rice domestic abuse case.
Obama has focused his considerable community organizing skills on domestic issues like wealth redistribution and fanning racial fires. With the one-sided way he handled the Ferguson, Missouri flare-up, he turned our Midwest into his own Middle East.
Amid the run-up to the mid-term election, football began in earnest last week. The NFL is a nice respite for all who hate politics and political ads and yet still enjoy the primal pleasure of watching millionaires ripping each other to shreds. And now, some NFL teams are untangling themselves from lawsuits alleging poor working conditions and inadequate pay brought by former team cheerleaders.
Congratulations to Barack Obama, named Smith & Wesson Gun and Ammunition Salesman of the Year -- five years running! Maybe he will win a free trip he can enjoy among vacations, golf and fundraisers.
In the aftermath of the robbery, assault, and then police shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, I can offer some advice: Be sure not to forget to also steal those AAA batteries for the flat-screen remote. It is frustrating to get home and not have them.
"Swift" justice begins in the 2009 Atlanta Public School cheating scandal as the trial of the accused educators started this week. They allegedly changed their students' test answers to make themselves look better and to get bonuses.