New Jersey is bleeding jobs. The Tax Foundation says the state has the second-highest tax burden in the nation, which makes it, economically speaking, a terrible place to live. It’s an even worse place to die.
The Tuesday weather forecast for Manhattan calls for sunny skies with temperatures in the 70s. World leaders gathered to hear President Obama complain about climate extremes and urge them to abandon the pursuit of prosperity to do something about the weather.
President Obama has finally endorsed building a better security wall. It won’t be on the southern border, where one is badly needed. Instead, the administration wants new and improved barriers to keep the people as far away from “the people’s house” as possible.
It’s been 50 years now since the federal government launched its “War on Poverty.” But the numbers just released by the Census Bureau suggest we’re in a losing battle.
Debating the meaning of marriage is one question; settling who gets to decide is another.
Yes, the world is a mess — but there is a long-run solution. The solution is a world of modest-size governmental units — like Virginia and Switzerland, with no larger entity to bail them out if they make bad decisions.
Several American presidents have had quarrels with their generals, sometimes for reluctance to take the fight to the enemy, occasionally for wanting to take too much fight to the foe.
The best time to speak out about the policy issues you believe in is during the time of year when the most people are paying attention — the election season.
President Obama and former President Bill Clinton were surrounded by a swarm of gray-shirted devotees Sept. 12 as they celebrated the 20th birthday of AmeriCorps on the South Lawn of the White House.
Tough times never last, but tough people do. However, tough times show who the tough men are, and dangerous times compel those tough men to stand up and take action.
A great deal of the mainstream media discussion has revolved around whether or not the Islamic State, also called ISIS, is a direct threat to the United States.
Director of National Intelligence James R. Clapper has just released a new National Intelligence Strategy, the first in five years. It’s a highly unsatisfying read for two reasons.
We should compel colleges and universities to be more careful about the programs they offer and how much money their students borrow.
In January 1964, President Johnson declared “unconditional war on poverty in America.” Since then, the taxpayers have spent $22 trillion on Johnson’s war.
It is the 21st-century version of the classic question once posed by The Eagles. So who you gonna’ believe: President Obama or your lyin’ eyes?