It’s harder than a looks, especially given the limited size of the problem.
Unprecedented spending since leaving City Hall has put him in a unique position.
Jeffrey Epstein’s death by suicide has led to many legitimate questions that should be investigated. It has also led to the rise of a number of baseless conspiracy theories.
The 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals has upheld a District Court ruling that President Trump cannot block Twitter users from accessing his account.
Rural Americans are much less likely to go to college than their urban counterparts. Is there a solution?
Starbucks Founder Howard Schultz is considering an independent run for the Presidency. This would likely be good news for President Trump.
A really weird detail buried in a New York Times story about President Trump’s efforts to get the Justice to retire.
Despite what his own intelligence chiefs are saying, President Trump still does not believe that Russia interfered in the 2016 election.
The shooter in the Texas church shooting was apparently able to get his weapons because the Air Force failed to report his domestic violence conviction.
Even with the revelations of the last three weeks, impeaching the President is still largely a fantasy.
After failing twice in a month, House Republicans apparently think they have the votes to pass their bill to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act.
The gun control regulations to be announced later today by President Obama later today amount to far less than the hype would lead you to believe.
A good first step, but there’s a lot more than needs to be done to reform the criminal justice system.
Should the Legislature take back legislating from the Executive?
After a disappointing August, the jobs report for September showed the same good numbers we’ve seen for much of 2014.
The Obama Administration’s legal justification for war against ISIS is laughably flimsy.
How the richest man in the world quickly changed the education curriculum in 45 states.
After many ballyhooed glitches, 7 million Americans have signed up for ObamaCare. Now what?
My latest for The National Interest, “Clapper’s Bodyguard of Lies,” has posted.
Conservatives are doing what the criticized JournoList for doing—even though JournoList didn’t.
The Senate may be headed for an historic confrontation today if an 11th hour deal isn’t reached.
Large numbers of younger workers are having trouble finding work in many parts of the developed world.
Government-mandated paid sick leave might improve both public health and the American economy.
Another mostly disappointing report on the state of the economy.
President Obama seems to have given away the store when it comes to the defense sequestration cuts.
Another poll demonstrates the serious problems that the GOP has with Latino voters.
The people trying to undo the Defense Budget sequestration cuts are making some pretty weak arguments.
The Supreme Court left the most important part of SB1070 intact, but it faces serious challenges in the future.
Another example of Republican foreign policy taking precedence over fiscal conservatism.
Not surprisingly, Republicans are trying to reverse the automatic cuts to defense spending agreed to in August.
With the Super Committee dead, 2012 is likely to see a fight over the defense cuts set to take place starting in 2013.
Did Congress cause the mortgage crisis by mandating loans to poor people? No.
Should we be outraged over the manner in which Muammar Gaddafi died? I’m not losing any sleep over it.
Gaddafi is dead, but it was still wrong for the United States to get involved in Libya.
The Occupy Wall Street movement faces obstacles its Tea Party counterpart didn’t.
What’s the logic behind Iran’s alleged plot to commit terrorist attacks inside the United States?
The defense spending lobby is already engaging in fear-mongering over very modest defense cuts.
News that Norwegian terrorist Anders Behring Breivik was a fan of anti-Islamist sites, including Robert Spencer’s Jihad Watch and Pamela Geller’s Atlas Shrugs has opened a big can of schadenfreude.
A handful of young male bloggers have launched themselves to the head of the line, leapfrogging those who’ve spent years playing the game by the old rules.juice