With some polls showing Barack Obama down five points to Mitt Romney, it’s clear that Americans are far from convinced that the president deserves a second term in office. But as Obama ramps up his re-election campaign he can find solace in the fact that key members of his coalition, namely the green movement and labor unions, have decided to stand by his candidacy.
With the arrest of Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich, the calls have come once again for reigning in the ability of wealthy donors to give money to candidates.
The longer one works in DC, the more one gets used to things that make that city unique.
Federalism, a system of dual sovereigns and multiple levels of government, was envisioned by the founders a method of protecting and securing individual rights.
A bedrock principle underlying the American tort reform movement is the understanding that litigation drains resources from a business—time, money, manpower, and attention.
Coming on the heels of the Supreme Court’s decision in Heller, a great deal of dialogue has happened both on and off line about the nature of rights in America, and the powers of government.
When it comes to the individual nature of rights, history has long obscured what the founders intended.
Oil’s role in the economy has become increasingly clear as the Unites States wrestles with mixed economic signals—and unless we get a handle on the supply of that oil, and other economic tinkering will be an exercise in futility.
As valuable as it is to America and the world, free trade as a policy is facing hard political times.
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