The career of Larry Schwartz, who is the Counselor for Public Affairs at the US Embassy in Cairo, is over.
Cave quid dicis, quando, et cui.
The City of Detroit appears ready to abandon vast sections of itself to the metaphorical jungle.
Parties are in politics primarily to win the vote of the median voter, not to join together and sing Kumbaya.
“Can Domestic Policy Affect Income Distribution?” Why, yes, yes it can.
Employees of the US Federal Government earn substantially more in salary and benefits than their private sector comparables.
What’s a little thing like freedom of speech when there are shops being looted and burned?
If the U.S. defaults, Eric Cantor will make some money.
What was that, a joke about shovel ready jobs not being so shovel ready. Yeah unemployment a topic ripe for great comedy.
Clearly there’s a large ambiguity in the Constitutional gap between the two separate war-related powers of Congress and the Executive. The WPA can be seen as an attempt to resolve it but can’t if it’s unconstitutional.
Thousands of pedestrians are killed in America each year. Are we doing enough about it?
Most good government jobs require a college degree–but they don’t care much whether it’s a real one.
Should kids be required to buy their lunch at school rather than bring whatever their parents might pack for them to eat?
Whether due to innumeracy or intentional deceitfulness, ThinkProgress has the JobsOhio bill totally wrong.
It’s institutions of government – not its size – that matter when it comes to how good a job the government does.
Either Andrew Breitbart controls the entire media complex or Crooks & Liars jumped the gun. “Figure it out.”
TSA screeners will now have the right to join a union. Or at least a union that can’t actually negotiate much of anything.
Demanding that the new GOP House hold the line at the current number is satisfying rhetorically, but all-but-impossible politically.
I’m blogging Mark Levin’s Conservative Manifesto. Here’s part one…
Constitutional ambiguity is as old as, well, it’s as old as the Constitution itself
Judicial activism doesn’t mean “reaching a decision I don’t like.”
WikiLeaks’ reveals that DynCorp, a government contractor, provided drugs and child sex slaves to Afghan police–and the State Department helped cover it up.
President Obama proposes freezing federal civilian salaries for the next two years, saving billions in anticipated spending.
A Florida courthouse illegally saved 35,000 images from security scanners.