By Editorial Writer | 11/07/13 07:03 PM
It gets too little coverage in the traditional media, but that doesn't mean it's not significant. In many Islamic countries in the Middle East, Christians and Jews are persecuted for their faith. The harsh reality is that in the majority of Islamic nations, it is either literally against the law...
By Editorial Writer | 11/06/13 06:59 PM
Among the winners of Tuesday's elections were fear and paranoia. In four cities in Ohio and Colorado, voters were persuaded by Big Green scare tactics to ban a safe and environmentally friendly technology that is making America energy independent. Measures banning the natural gas extraction...
By Editorial Writer | 11/06/13 05:22 AM
Here's a little known fact: James H. Billington, the librarian of Congress, can declare common digital technology uses illegal. This means Americans could be doing illegal things with devices like their cellphones without knowing they’re breaking the law.
By Editorial Writer | 11/05/13 05:13 AM
From alternative resource projects to the Keystone XL pipeline, energy proposals from both political parties often fail for lack of bipartisan support. Consequently, a party usually needs to control both houses of Congress before such proposals can be enacted.
By Editorial Writer | 11/04/13 09:37 AM
President Obama's health care law was designed with a number of components that were inextricably linked. Ideally, it was supposed to function like a precision watch, with each individual part doing its job to make the whole work properly. But a month into its first open enrollment period, deep...
By Editorial Writer | 11/02/13 09:54 AM
Medicare isn't supposed to provide death benefits but it does. Here’s how it works: You die and then benefits continue to be paid to you. It is a pretty comprehensive program. Lots of doctors keep getting payments after they die as well. These are not, it should be noted, “official”...
By Editorial Writer | 11/01/13 11:17 AM
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton made headlines recently when it was reported that Goldman Sachs – the quintessential illustration of the politically influential Wall Street bank — paid her an estimated $400,000 for two speeches. One of the speeches, according to National Review...
By Editorial Writer | 10/31/13 07:07 AM
Believe it or not, things other than the costly failure of the Obamacare website are being discussed and acted upon in Congress this week. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, for example, is pushing forward in his effort on behalf of President Obama to pack the federal courts with more liberals.
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