7 Lessons To Be Learned From The Trayvon Martin And Michael Brown Cases
There are lessons we can learn from how these cases panned out and theyre not the ones liberals always seem to be pushing in these situations
Conservative Reforms To Prevent Future Fergusons
Pain is part of life as is, hopefully, joy. As we read in the book of Ecclesiastes, there is a time to cry and a time to laugh. But real tragedy is disaster we bring on ourselves. Disaster that comes from refusal to learn from mistakes.
Who'll Be Looking Down On Baker?
Patrick, the Commonwealth's 71st chief executive, will be succeeded in January by Charlie Baker, and by tradition each incoming governor chooses the portrait of a predecessor to hang in the corner office.
John C. Goodman:
Did ObamaCare Cost The Democrats The Election?
As I wrote at Forbes yesterday, New York Senator Charles Schumer has placed the blame for the Democrats disastrous defeat in this falls election squarely at the feet of the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare).
White House Goes Enron: Boosts GDP for 3rd Quarter?
As Mark Twain observed, There are liars, damned liars and economists.
A Nation of Problem-Solvers No More?
Its easy for Thanksgiving to boil down to little more than turkey, football and travel delays, but many Americans strive to make it more meaningful. They try to take the focus off of our problems and to reflect on our many blessings.
Daniel J. Mitchell:
IRS Scandals Update
I generally dont feel a special degree of animosity for the internal revenue service. After all, its the politicians who have created the 74,000-plus page monstrosity of a tax code.
Black Friday’s Boost to Firearm Ownership
Its officially time to get your shopping done for Christmas Go buy a gun.
Ben Carson: Conservatives' Friend or Conservative Foe?
How should principled conservatives react to Dr. Ben Carson's looming presidential run?
North Korea Throws a Temper Tantrum
North Korea is furious over the UN General Assembly's passage of a resolution on 18 November that denounces North Korean human rights violations.
Giving Thanks For The Atom Bomb
Give thanks for the atom bomb because it was the salvation of millions of American lives and is today a deterrent to the worlds truly imperious evil empires.
Black Friday's Mixed Results
Is traffic up or down? Perhaps it varies by region. Two safe bets: Online shopping is up, and Black Friday is losing importance as shopping is spread out over more days.
How Argentina Could Improve Its Monetary Policy
While jogging, I saw a line of graffiti on the wall in Rosario, suggesting neither democracy nor dictatorship. But what? I would suggest a republic representative limited government.
The Only Way to Budget for Christmas
A lot of Americans set out to do a lot of their shopping for Christmas on Black Friday, the day after Thanksgiving, but that can present a dilemma to the Christmas shopper if their money is tight...
Saudi’s Dangerous Gambit
The biggest news for the United States stock market and American consumers happened on Thanksgiving in a far off desert kingdom. Saudi Arabia has taken the big gambit of not cutting production which means downward pressure on oil will continue, and that means less revenue for them.
Is America Too Caucasian?
With just two years left in the Obama Administrations fundamental transformation of the United States of America, maybe its time to take a look at what Barack Obama meant to achieve with his fundamental transformation.