What schools can learn from barbeque restaurants.
Conventional wisdom holds that as African Americans, Asians, Hispanics, and gays increase their political clout, Republicans must devise a way of reaching out to these critical demographic groups. Is this wisdom correct?
Here are three important civil rights issues that the GOP should take action on.
Perhaps the best that can be said about the New York gun law is that it is a modern updating of the old principle of apotropaic magic.
Taxpayers may have more reason to be concerned about the government’s response to high levels of student debt than the debt itself.
Congress and Congress alone is granted the power ‘to borrow money on the credit of the United States.’ Can Congress delegate that power to the president and restrain its own ability to take the power back?
Requiring prospective teachers to take a rigorous ‘bar exam,’ as union chief Randi Weingarten proposes, is the wrong way to recruit and assess teachers.
The IRS is beginning to implement a tax penalty that poses some very real economic and constitutional dangers, including the harassment of taxpayers for political ends.
They have kept a rendezvous with death, stiffened their sinews in times of alarm, and made the best of the misery of the battlefield and the tedium of the long watch in wars both hot and cold.
At first glance it certainly appears that way.
If you look at the map of the states where McGovern ran ahead of his national average, you see something very much like the map of the states carried by Obama.
Government workers are ready for a conservative pitch.
How the Golden State may unshackle workers from their union overlords.
The voters who really matter are those who, like me, were willing to give Obama a chance the first time around, but who, after watching his performance over the last four years, are not at all sure that they are willing to give him another.
The accusation of GOP race-baiting seems like an election year constant. But it has changed in two crucial ways that have severely eroded its power.
There are many horses in the educational technology race. Which ones are worth betting on?
Despite good intentions, government has reduced price competition; as a result, prices have risen much faster than they otherwise would.
The Founders were right to posit that a breakdown of the limits of government would cause a breakdown of consent. Only 22 percent of likely voters say the current government has the consent of the governed.
The private insurance companies delivering the federal crop insurance program do so at great cost to taxpayers.
Had Winston Churchill never set foot in the House of Commons, he would still be remembered today as one of the major writers of his time.