In my decades of public service, I've never seen anything like the opioid epidemic ravaging our nation right now.
Hardly a day goes by that we don't read or hear about another breach or attack on our sensitive online information.
They are at it again! Liberal billionaires George Soros, Mark Zuckerberg and Nicholas Pritzker are attempting to force their left leaning ideology on Ohioans. This time it's by spending millions of dollars to weaken Ohio's drug laws.
It's easy to predict much of what will happen this week during the confirmation hearings for Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. That's because Democrats showed their hands almost immediately after Justice Anthony Kennedy announced his retirement from the Court, when Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) took to the Senate floor to motivate his left-wing base.
For the first time in years, American workers will be celebrating Labor Day knowing that we finally have the economic wind in our sails.
This summer marks the 30th anniversary of a massacre of political prisoners that has been widely described as one of the worst crimes against humanity to take place in the post-World War II era.
I recently had the pleasure to sit on a panel with a number of incredible inventors and leaders on innovation issues in an experience that was both inspiring and infuriating.
Every properly registered voter has the right to an undiluted vote. Elections are vulnerable to fraud. I could write a catalog of ways people try to "game the system."
There's no doubt about it: President Donald J. Trump has breathed new life into the American economy! President Trump is renegotiating outdated trade deals, many of which predate the internet. He is also standing up to bad state actors which use heavy-handed government policies to steal intellectual property and hurt American businesses.
Terrorist attacks by Iranian operatives and their proxies date back to the 1980s and 1990s. Tehran's behavior has not changed in any meaningful way over the years.
For years the Left used its control of the federal courts to assume powers rightly left to the states.
The Supreme Court sided with South Dakota in a narrow ruling to overturn their own precedent (Quill vs. North Dakota) that states cannot force businesses to collect and remit sales taxes unless the business has a physical presence in their state. This ruling raises serious concerns about the future of Internet commerce.
One could easily argue that Iran's ruling theocracy is facing the greatest internal threat to its rule since the 1980s.
This week's OPEC meeting reveals once again that the market for oil is controlled by nations that collude to manipulate oil prices.
President Trump fully understands that if you get Washington, DC regulators off the backs of businesses and you unwind miles of red tape, American companies can compete, prosper and hire more employees. The president is off to a great start but bold moves are still needed if the Trump team really wants long-term economic growth and job creation.
For anyone committed to constitutional government, California looks like a lost cause. The political battle rages between the radical-extreme and moderate-extreme. People and businesses are being driven out of the state. Yet at least one sensible candidate has picked up the banner of good government for November.
In South Dakota v. Wayfair, the Court will decide whether to uphold its earlier decision that states cannot force businesses to collect and remit sales taxes unless the businesses has a physical presence in their state. A bad decision from the court – as well as possible legislation from Congress – would lead to Internet sales taxes that harm hundreds of thousands of small businesses across the nation and change the very face of the Internet economy.
President Donald Trump continues to address the American people's practical needs. Now, he is out to reduce drug costs with his latest initiative "American Patients First."
President Donald Trump can celebrate another victory for his America First agenda. On Monday, the United Arab Emirates came to terms with the United States, agreeing to uphold the Open Skies agreement between the two nations.
President Trump needs a stronger bench in the U.S. Senate to get his nominees approved and accomplish his agenda.
President Trump, in a recent tweet, has drawn attention to a pernicious threat against American interests that has persisted for decades: The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) and its alliance with other petrostates as they seek to control the price and supply of oil.
Mike Pompeo's skills are precisely why the president nominated him to be the next Secretary of State—and why it's so absurd that Democrats are reluctant to confirm him.
America's position as the world's innovation leader is in peril. We are ceding important ground to other nations like Germany, England, and even China and we are doing so voluntarily. Indeed, the current innovation crisis is a problem of our own creation.
President Donald Trump and his supporters should celebrate because in Gorsuch, Trump kept one of his core campaign promises to the American people. Gorsuch's track record from his first year on the bench shows Trump—and the American people—chose well.
The FDA's rule will require businesses with 20 or more locations that sell highly customizable food items—such as pizza companies—to post physical signs within the store listing the number of calories in each menu option, as well as the calorie counts for each variation of the available options.