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  • Both parties fail voters on climate science

    When Sen. Marco Rubio went on ABC's "This Week" on May 11 and said, among other things, "I do not believe that human activity is causing these dramatic changes to our climate the way these scientists are portraying it," he caused quite a stir.

  • The border crisis is a challenge and an opportunity

    To avoid an open-ended commitment for the U.S. that might go beyond even the $3.7 billion now requested from the Congress, we need a comprehensive plan of action that would give the Congress a clear blueprint for how the money would be spent.

  • Lawlessness is now the dominant theme in the Obama saga

    For years, critics of President Obama and his administration have complained about a rising disregard for the rule of law.

  • Washington Post columnist Michael Gerson lifts veil on Establishment GOP's Stockholm Syndrome

    In what was clearly intended to be a snarky, hip rebuke of limited government advocates, the Washington Post's Michael Gerson inadvertently exposed his true colors.

  • McCutcheon hysterics should breathe deep and look at facts

    A new report analyzing the policy implications of the Supreme Court's biggest campaign finance case of the year, McCutcheon v. FEC, suggests that the controversy surrounding the decision is severely overblown. Prior to the case, few people seemed to care about, or even be aware of, aggregate...

  • Need an MRI? Get it in Mexico

    With medical costs an ever-growing concern (few companies expect medical inflation to remain low), along with cost pressures from Obamacare, some companies are sending patients abroad.

  • Why every state should guarantee the right to work

    Right-to-work is back in the spotlight, thanks to the recent Supreme Court decision in Harris v. Quinn.

  • Is it time to drain the Strategic Petroleum Reserve?

    Bloomberg reported Monday that U.S. crude oil production hit 11 million barrels a day during the first quarter of this year, beating both Saudi Arabia and Russia.

  • Outrage over Hobby Lobby decision is misguided

    Hillary Clinton, really? The former secretary of state called the Supreme Court's Hobby Lobby ruling, which said a closely held corporation can be exempted from paying for contraceptives that violate the owners' religious beliefs, a "really bad slippery slope." I call that a really bad...

  • Why the former Ice Age became global warming, then climate change

    On June 23, the Supreme Court laid down a small speed bump on the highway leading from "carbon pollution" control to climate nirvana.

  • Tea Party should reform the GOP, not splinter it

    On both the Right and the Left, activists are convinced that the Republican Party is not pure enough on their issues, and perhaps it is time to break away and create a new political organization to shake up the system.

  • Supreme Court stops EPA's overreach

    The Supreme Court's sweeping decision in June against the EPA's unprecedented greenhouse gas regulations slams the door on executive agencies that try to rewrite laws to fit its goals.

  • Allowing crude oil exports will benefit Americans

    President Obama and his energy team are testing the waters on crude oil exports.

  • Truth is the cornerstone of freedom --- will Americans continue to stand up for it?

    During this important season of celebrating our nation's independence, think about the many courageous stories throughout history that contributed to the freedoms that we enjoy today.

  • Who are the real 'extremists' in today's America?

    Imagine a Fourth of July tradition like Hollywood's where each year the Oscars pay homage to fallen stars.



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