A new Georgia immigration law is causing serious problems for Georgia’s farmers.
In addition to Alabama, we can also have Georgia on ours minds on the ongoing immigration debate.
As with most of the other issues facing us, our political conversation about climate change and what to do about it basically just involves yelling at each other.
Overfishing may mean a near term future in which there are no more fish in the sea.
Newt Gingrich and his wife had a quarter million dollar line of credit at Tiffany’s. A story, a scandal, or much ado about nothing? I’ll take Door Number Three.
With the customary hand-wringing over the low quality of the presidential field well underway, the corollary pining for other candidates to join the race is starting.
No, Ron Paul is not a viable candidate for president.
As of today, the United States is legally barred from borrowing money to finance its operations. Thanks for nothing, Congress.
We’ve been hearing about peak oil for years. But now some experts are warning of an even more serious crisis: Peak coffee.
Shirley Sherrod’s lawsuit against Andrew Brietbart promises to be an interesting test of the boundaries of defamation law in the political blogosphere.
Examining Levin’s examination of the Constitution, jurisprudence, and property rights.
Arizona looks to be the latest state to try to revive the discredited doctrine of nullification.
The federal government’s newest dietary guidelines have finally stated that which has long been between the lines: Americans eat too damn much food.
The home mortgage interest deduction benefits Democrat-voting states most! Is the fix in?
Some people in the D.C. area are worried that the Federal spending gravy train may be coming to an end. They should be.
Those who argue that tariff increases, and not slavery, were the key reason for secession have some basic problems with the historical sequence.
A new poll shows that the American public is discontented, nervous about the economy, not entirely sure they can trust the new GOP majority in Congress, and has no idea what it wants from Washington. Sounds like a recipe for disaster.
Let’s keep our eye on the ball, people.
The prospective Republican field for 2012 is dismal. Then again, it always is.
NYT columnist Nick Kristoff says America’s income inequality makes us a banana republic.
While health experts warn Americans to cut the amount of fat in their diet, the Federal Government helps businesses like Domino’s and Taco Bell promote high-fat products to the public.
Honors go to YahooNews and/or AP for “Levi Johnston wants to be mayor; has no platform.”
As the campaign in Kentucky heats up for the final sprint to November, Rand Paul seems to have succeeded in moving beyond many of the mis-steps that plagued him three months ago.
American Conservatism has changed significantly since the days of William F. Buckley Jr. One former National Review editor says that it’s changed for the worse.
The Electoral College is the worst way to elect a President, except for all the others.
President Obama went on TV and said something true. What was he thinking?
According to Maureen Dowd, Barack Obama’s biggest problem is that there are too many white people in this picture.
Among the other lessons it teaches us, the Shirley Sherrod incident shows that the Obama Administration is seemingly becoming weaker by the day.
Journalism and the New Media combined in a feeding frenzy yesterday and a woman lost her job. She probably shouldn’t have.
Thomas Jefferson took great pains to hide the word he originally used for “citizens” in the Declaration of Independence.
“It’s illogical to hunt a species to extinction.” – Spock
Are the majority of illegal immigrants drug-runners? Arizona Governor Jan Brewer thinks so.