By Sean Higgins | 08/29/14 09:56 PM
Heritage Foundation legal scholar Andrew Kloster said the issue is simply not mentioned in the 1947 Taft-Hartley law that allowed states to pass right-to-work laws.
By Washington Examiner | 08/17/14 02:37 PM
Thanks to U.S. District Judge Emmett Sullivan, Americans may soon learn why a key IRS employee's emails remain beyond the reach of Congress.
By Timothy P. Carney | 08/15/14 07:04 PM
Americans may not be eager to abolish the minimum wage, legalize prostitution, or repeal the New Deal, but libertarianism's warnings ring truer than ever.
By Becket Adams | 08/11/14 01:27 PM
Cities everywhere in America tend to lean to the left, even the ones in conservative states like Texas, according to a new report from the American Political Science Review.
By Washington Examiner | 08/10/14 01:16 PM
Most Democrats are prisoners of a narrow special-interest agenda of constantly growing government budgets, regulation and taxing.
By R. Emmett Tyrrell | 08/07/14 11:07 AM
If philanthropy can bring together Dick Scaife and Bill Clinton in a celebration of America, how does one explain the bitter denunciations of the Koch brothers, who are at the very pinnacle of philanthropy themselves?
By Washington Examiner | 07/31/14 03:57 PM
Lois Lerner is famous for pleading the Fifth before a congressional committee, checking with IT staff to make sure her messages were not retrievable under the Freedom of Information Act, and disposing of her office hard drive after it was allegedly damaged in what would be an incredibly fortunate...
By Gene Healy | 07/28/14 03:46 PM
When likely 2016 contenders Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., and Texas Gov. Rick Perry squared off for an op-ed duel on the Iraq crisis recently, it quickly degenerated into a rapid-fire "Reagan-off."
By Michael Barone | 07/25/14 03:14 PM
"Pare down the parasitic fringe" of government. "Favor a gospel of work" instead of aristocratic entitlement. "Rationalize finance" and "reverse the Parkinson's law of bureaucracy."
By Mark J. Fitzgibbons | 07/24/14 04:03 PM
Lois Lerner wasn't the only government official unlawfully trying to upend through backdoor channels the Supreme Court's Citizens United decision. The Citizens United ruling acknowledged that the First Amendment's legal prohibition on Congress making no law infringing on speech meant what it said.
By Philip Klein | 07/24/14 03:26 PM
There has to be a way to push sensible limited-government policy reforms without making unmarried Americans feel left out.
By David Limbaugh | 07/22/14 11:07 AM
Efforts to proclaim moral equivalence are not always misguided; sometimes each side is equally at fault or close enough. But these efforts are often misguided and unhelpful -- and sometimes harmful.
By Gene Healy | 07/21/14 02:45 PM
Some neoconservative ideologues have turned American Exceptionalism into an ersatz religion, fidelity to which demands reshaping the rest of the world in our Image, by force, if necessary.
By Byron York | 08/31/14
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