Why does the Tea Party love the man who led them to abject defeat?
The Catholic Church has been disparaged at times throughout its long history, and sometimes rightly. But while it has occasionally fallen short of its ideals, that does not overshadow the good it has accomplished — and can accomplish in the future.
Easy global liquidity from quantitative easing in the United States has masked deflation and public debt vulnerability in the European periphery, and the European Central Bank shows little sign of pursuing policies to address these threats.
Replacing a debt limit with a debt-burden limit makes both economic and political sense for the GOP. It would help keep spending in check and promote economic growth.
The Kremlin is addressing Russia’s economic problems by dusting off Soviet-era propaganda and policies. The resulting paranoia and intolerance are bound to yield a toxic harvest when the regime falters or loses control outright.
Wall Street greed isn't to blame for the public pension crisis. Fund officials are in a frantic search for high returns, having been led to a desperate state by politicians.
Although the problem of patent trolls is growing rapidly — a majority of patent lawsuits now involve such entities, costing billions of dollars annually — we should take care in our efforts to combat them.
Obamacare is off to a bad start — and potentially greater threats to its health care exchanges are looming.
The white working class is one of the largest and most important groups in the electorate. Understanding it is key to political success for both parties.
The greatest month to be a sports fan.
Promoting civilian review of police departments is in keeping with conservative values.
The popular Internet meme that 'Breaking Bad' would never have happened in Canada displays a lack of understanding of that country's health care system.
At a crucial time in U.S.-Asian relations, China is stealing the limelight. America needs to get back in the game.
House price data indicate that the painful readjustment process is complete. It is time for the Fed to stop manipulating prices.
Context and clarity are needed to understand the UN IPCC's latest report on climate change.
The UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s latest report is a document intended to further the narrative of catastrophic man-made climate change.
Angela Merkel’s impressive reelection win indicates little will change in Germany’s Europe policy.
As the number of prizes for scientific achievement rises, the debate over their effects on scientists and science continues.
With the ACA's exchanges going live today, let's take a look at public opinion on the law.
A commission with teeth is needed to review and eliminate outdated and inefficient regulations.