By Becket Adams | 09/19/14 06:22 PM
One in three Americans can't name a single branch of the U.S. government, according to a poll from the Annenberg Public Policy Center of the University of Pennsylvania.
By Sean Lengell | 09/12/14 12:37 PM
With Washington immobilized by partisan gridlock, states find themselves in a better position than for decades to redress the balance of power and remind the feds that there is a 10th Amendment.
By David Harsanyi | 09/11/14 06:27 PM
No single issue is more important to the needs of average Americans than upholding the Constitution over the vagaries of contemporary political life.
By Sean Lengell | 09/11/14 04:09 PM
The key vote was Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, who backed the proposal.
By Sean Lengell | 09/10/14 03:39 PM
While it's still a long shot the measure eventually will pass, both parties are getting millage from the process for messaging purposes.
By Walter Williams | 09/09/14 01:24 PM
Why do people and organizations cough up billions of dollars to line political coffers? One might answer that these groups and individuals are simply extraordinarily civic-minded Americans who have a deep and abiding interest in encouraging elected officials to live up to their oath of office to...
By David M. Drucker | 09/07/14 03:11 PM
Rep. Adam Smith said differences between members who are hesitant to vote for anything that smacks of another war in the Middle East, and hawks who would worry about limiting the president's ability to conduct military operations, could ultimately sink any legislation.
By Becket Adams | 09/02/14 02:03 PM
For us, the YouTube video released Tuesday by the American Civil Liberties Union falls into the "less-than-dignified" category.
By Washington Examiner | 08/23/14 05:27 PM
The wisdom of exchanging Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl for five Taliban members may be up for debate, but the legality of how President Obama did it is not.
By Philip Klein | 08/18/14 02:17 PM
In my column last week, I argued that an abandonment of federalist principles actually helped explain the polarization in Washington. This has provoked a number of responses from liberal critics.
By Steve Chapman | 08/11/14 10:36 AM
Both sides find some types of political communication offensive to them and therefore undeserving of protection.
By Michael Barone | 08/08/14 02:35 PM
As we lament the effects of the Great War that broke out 100 years ago, let's remember gratefully what happened 200 years before that.
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