Tim Kane continues his campaign against the US military’s antiquated personnel system.
40 years after Roe v. Wade, support for the decision is still strong, but the effort to restrict it continues apace.
Remember when the Bush administration was spying on calls Americans made overseas without a warrant? Those were the good old days.
Judging by the record of the past decade and a half, movement conservatism has accomplished very little.
As is often the case with sex scandals, pretty much everything ever written about General David Petraeus takes on an ironic double meaning in hindsight.
John Nagl, who became famous as a leading counterinsurgency theorist and practitioner, is taking on a new challenge: grooming young boys for life.
One year ago, the U.S. lost it’s AAA credit rating with S&P. There doesn’t appear to have been any real impact from that decision.
Michele Bachmann and several other Members of Congress are engaging in the despicable tactics of Joe McCarthy.
Antonin Scalia says Supreme Court justices have a collegial relationship and make decisions based on legal philosophy, not politics.
Men who graduate elite universities earn an additional $107,000 lifetime. It costs $234,440 to get a Yale degree.
Newt Gingrich is morally and intellectually bankrupt, so perhaps it’s no surprise that his health care think tank is now fiscally bankrupt.
Is the now-familiar refrain that the individual mandate was originally a conservative idea really true?
Hugo Chavez has built a state on cronyism.
One Goldman Sachs employee decided to quit his job in a very public manner.
A legal dispute exposes an open wound.
American politics is as polarized as ever, and it shows no signs of changing regardless of who wins in November.
On it’s own, the so-called “Buffett Rule” is unlikely to do much to reduce the deficit.
Ron Paul doesn’t want to talk about his newsletters now, but he was pretty talkative 15 years ago.
It’s hard to see how Newt Gingirch can remain a viable candidate given his past
A cute protest sign based on a blog quip has created a minor internet sensation.
AP does a FACT CHECK: Are rich taxed less than secretaries? The answer: Generally speaking, no. But it’s complicated.
The Maryland Terrapins upset the Miami Hurricanes 32-24 last night in college football’s opening weekend. But all anyone is talking about is the ugly uniforms.
There are 164 technically acceptable transliterations of the name of Libya’s soon-to-be-former dictator.
So, you want a career in foreign policy field and are weighing your options….
Has a precedent been set for future requests by the President to increase the debt ceiling?
A profile of George Mason economist and blogger Tyler Cowen offers this amusing description: “Cowen, 49, has round features, a hesitant posture, and an unconcerned haircut.”
LTC Michael Holmes, the fellow who accused LTG William Caldwell of ordering him to perform psychological operations on Members of Congress, is not trained in psyops.
Oddly, the Democratic Party seems to be responding to the 2010 midterms by moving further left.
Rep. Jane Harman is leaving Congress to become president of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars.
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak responded to mass unrest by cutting off his people from the outside world. Do we really want an American President to have the same power?
The current approach of the GOP to health care is not dissimilar to its approach to fiscal policy: not a lot of substance.
We’re producing more PhDs and JDs than there are full time openings for professors and lawyers.
The American military personnel system works against keeping the best and brightest officers in the service.
Peter Orszag, President Obama’s first budget director, is headed to Citigroup and a multimillion dollar salary.