By Philip Klein | 02/04/14 08:49 PM
Debates over reining in the federal debt are so 2011. President Obama barely mentioned the issue in his State of the Union address, and Republicans have downplayed it as well, searching for a more optimistic message than one of impending fiscal doom. In her cheerful response to Obama, Rep. Cathy...
By Hugh Hewitt | 02/02/14 04:06 PM
A few days broadcasting from frozen D.C. makes me eager to get back to sunny California, but it also impresses on the visitor many lessons. The first is that the revolution in journalism is accelerating. Hosting panels of young and extraordinarily talented scribes from the Washington Free...
By James Ferguson | 01/30/14 03:49 PM
Nobody understands the virtue of sacrifice more than America's veterans and military personnel. Politicians often talk about sacrifice, but usually, they are asking for someone else to bear the burden. Shamefully, Congress's recent budget vote epitomizes this habit, as they slash the benefits...
By Associated Press | 01/30/14 09:15 AM
The U.S. Department of Defense has an annual energy budget of approximately $20 billion, which accounts for nearly 80 percent of the federal government's total energy consumption, according to a recent study by The Pew Charitable Trust.
By Robert Burns | 01/29/14 08:46 AM
The Air Force's nuclear missile corps faces new strains after dozens more officers were implicated in an investigation of cheating on missile-launch proficiency tests. The number implicated in the probe has roughly doubled from the original 34 officers, meaning that about 14 percent of all...
By Robert Burns | 01/27/14 10:07 AM
The Pentagon's decision to look into what ails the Air Force group responsible for nuclear missiles was hardly a bolt from the blue.
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