Rand Paul is clearly preparing to run for president and expects, as does most of the political establishment, that Ms. Clinton will be the Democrat nominee.
It was February 1993. I had been a Member of Congress for one month and noticed that a visit by someone from the Washington DC Presbytery was on my schedule.
There are two certainties in life. The first is death. The second is the certainty that at the slightest hint of national distress the Democrats will blame it on mean-spirited Republican budget cuts.
My mother took up golf in her 69th year. She had a terrible grip since she was missing her left thumb. It had become infected prior to the discovery of penicillin and was amputated.
?It is easy to conclude that President Obama’s release of five hardened terrorists from Guantanamo in exchange for Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl was just another sharp stick in the eye of the American people. There have been many.
The finger pointing over the VA scandal is wasting valuable time. The problem rests neither with President Obama nor Secretary Shinseki.
We have heard the promise of fundamental tax reform for about two years now. It seems that there is some agreement on reducing the numbers of deductions and reducing some tax rates. You will recall that we did that in 1986 and 25 years later it cannot be noticed.