Democrats in Washington work hard to stoke the flames of resentment against “the rich.” Rep. John Delaney is the richest Democrat in Congress, and he’s locked in a surprisingly tight race in Maryland’s 6th District against Dan Bongino, a former Secret Service agent, the Republican challenger.
On Tuesday, a federal judge appointed by President Carter bucked the latest fashion among his colleagues, and upheld marriage as a contract between a man and a woman.
California has been liberalism’s bellwether for decades. Democrats in the Golden State have used their lock on the legislature to create social experiments. Now the left-coast liberals think Obamacare doesn’t go far enough.
Parking tickets are an irritating fact of life for city dwellers. But a parking-tickets case before the New Hampshire Supreme Court last week turned on the right of free speech and the proper role of government.
Sitting out an election is not always an act of apathy or civic disengagement. Sometimes it can be the right choice, when the options are as unappetizing, as they are in the nation’s capital this year for voters charged with choosing a successor to Mayor Vincent C. Gray.