Is the Supreme Court risking it’s legitimacy if it strikes down the individual mandate?
With the nomination pretty much inevitable, it’s time to start thinking about Romney’s running mate.
We’re literally choosing locking up drug offenders over investing in our children.
Reports that Nikki Haley might be indicted stemming from a tax fraud investigation are not true.
The student-athlete fairytale is true. Except where you would reasonable expect it to be a lie.
The GOP seems to be backing away from a position on same-sex marriage that was a prominent part of its message only a short time ago.
The wonderfully wry British media strikes again with the BBC headline “Soviet ex-KGB chief Leonid Shebarshin ‘kills himself'”
This week’s hearings in the Supreme Court caught many proponents of the Affordable Care Act off guard.
A Reserve Specialist who endorsed Ron Paul’s presidential candidacy in uniform will only be reprimanded, not court martialed.
Dan Drezner declares that “Policy wonks ignore political science journals at their peril.”
Sometimes, art imitates life rather than the reverse. And sometimes reality seems stranger than fiction.
An lesson from the United Kingdom in the importance of protecting freedom of speech.
The estimated number of U.S. autistic kids has skyrocketed by 78% since 2000, according to a report from the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The old have most of the money and power in our society, a trend that is accelerating.
Speaking of trials in the court of public opinion……
Reebok is rushing to sell Tim Tebow merchandise before its NFL rights expire. Nike is crying Foul.
This morning, the Justices pondered the fate of the PPACA if they strike down the individual mandate.
Is the now-familiar refrain that the individual mandate was originally a conservative idea really true?
Russia is the most significant geopolitical player actively opposing significant American interests.
Once again, the punditocracy seems to have misread the voting public.
Most of us with iPhone 4’s use Siri, the voice-activated digital assistant–but for a very limited range of tasks.
A news report today provides an excellent lesson in why all the rushing to judgment in the Martin/Zimmerman case is a mistake.
It seems to have been a rough day for the individual mandate at the Supreme Court.
The Solicitor General was unprepared to answer the most predictable question on the ObamaCare insurance mandate.
What walking around knowledge about our political system is necessary to be an informed citizen?