Herman Cain Goes For the “Nuts Or Sluts” Defense

Herman Cain response to the latest round of allegations against him leaves much to be desired.

Herman Cain’s Low Class Attack On Sharon Bialek

Herman Cain’s initial response to the allegations made yesterday leaves much to be desired.

Greek Prime Minister to Resign

Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou will resign after the makeup of the nation’s new coalition government is decided

Another Solyndra?

Occupy Wall Street: What It Isn’t

There’s no consensus for European-style social democracy or a Randian libertarian paradise.

A (Partial) Solution To The Student Loan Problem?

A change to the Bankruptcy Code could go a long way toward alleviating the burden of student loan debt that seems to be motivating some in the “Occupy Wall Street” movement.

Emails Reveal White House Pressure To Approve Solyndra Loan

Despite previous denials, the White House did in fact intervene in the approval process for a loan to Solyndra.

The “Green Jobs” Boondoggle

America is discovering that throwing money at an industry in the hope it will create jobs doesn’t work.

Betting With The Public’s Money: The Lessons Of The Solyndra Bankruptcy

The Solyndra case is a classic example of what’s wrong with “government investment.”

Solar Energy Firm’s Bankruptcy Calls Obama’s “Green Jobs” Program Into Question

The failure of a solar energy firm in California is raising questions about a centerpiece of the Administration’s economic policy.

Assessing Rick Perry’s Vulnerabilities

Rick Perry may be much less than meets the eye.

The Misplaced Attack On Private Jets

In the 80’s it was yachts, today it’s private jets. The argument is the same, and it’s still without merit.

U.S. Government Sells Chrysler Stake, Losses Higher Than Reported

On paper, the U.S. lost $1.3 billion on the Chrysler bankruptcy, but the true cost is far higher than that.

Capitalism, Creative Destruction, And The End Of Borders Books

Borders Books is closing, because the free market works.

The Balanced Budget Amendment Is A Bad Idea

House and Senate Republicans are pushing a Balanced Budget Amendment. It sounds like a good idea, but it isn’t.

No DOMA + No DADT = ?

Can gay soldiers now get married and receive the same federal benefits as heterosexuals?

Bankruptcy Court Declares DOMA Unconstitutional

A very provocative decision on same-sex marriage from an unlikely source.

Whatever Happened To The Housing Recovery?

Three years later, there are no signs that the real estate market is anywhere close to recovering.

Syria Reveals The Moral Bankruptcy Of Obama’s Humanitarian Interventionism Doctrine

Events in Syria, and the world’s response to them, are revealing the moral bankruptcy of the justification for the war in Libya.

Trump: I Wish I Didn’t Have to Do It

Donald Trump figures that, because he’s rich, he’s qualified to be president.

YouTube as TV Alternative

Video entertainment is moving in two seemingly opposite directions simultaneously.

President Obama Drops The Ball On Deficit Reduction

President Obama’s new budget involves nothing less than a thumb in the eye of anyone who hoped he would seriously address federal spending in his first term.

Judicial Activism: It’s Not Just A River In Egypt

Judicial activism doesn’t mean “reaching a decision I don’t like.”

Republican Circular Firing Squad Goes After Critics Of Jim DeMint

The battle between social and fiscal conservatives continues, with the SoCons now saying that criticism of South Carolina Senator Jim DeMint is now considered evidence of ideological impurity.

USPS Loses $ 8.5 Billion, Warns Of Bankruptcy

The U.S. Postal Service is warning Congress that it could run out of cash next year without a government bailout. Meaning that this is the perfect opportunity to reform an organization that has been out-of-date for a decade now.

Blockbuster Goes Bust

Blockbuster is trying to reorganize itself, but it’s probably too late.

Overreaction to 9/11?

Fareed Zakaria argues that the fact al Qaeda has not launched a major attack on U.S. soil since 9/11 proves we overreacted to those attacks. I beg to differ.

Airlines Make Profit!

The airline industry turned a record profit for the 2nd quarter. Don’t expect it to last.

David Stockman’s Scathing Indictment Of GOP Fiscal Policy

Twenty-five years after retiring as President Reagan’s Budget Director, David Stockman is back with a scathing indictment of Republican fiscal policies over the past four decades.