New Jersey, still horrible.
John McCain and Elizabeth Warren may be teaming up for another piece of financial legislation. (We’re all sure this will work out. . . ) Ron Fino, a former FBI agent and Goodfella informant, joined the program to talk about the vibrancy of organized crime.
IRS, the AP, Benghazi. . . This fresh batch of scandals that's popped up like springtime perennials could have enormous conclusions.
High cost, no benefit does nothing to forestall agency’s quest for ecological utopia.
In a remarkably short time, Germany recovered smartly from the wreckage of its defeat in World War II to become the economic strong man of Europe.
I just had breakfast with the Rev. John Peter Gabriel Muhlenberg. Well, not the real Peter Muhlenberg, but a preacher friend of mine named Travis Witt. Travis does a powerful impersonation of the Revolutionary War-time pastor-patriot at churches and other venues around the country.
Environmental activists and politicians would like you to think that we must love their regulations -- or hate trees and animals.
A couple of recent news items illustrate the close-mindedness, aggressiveness and oppressiveness of modern liberalism's thought police.
The first law of thermodynamics says that energy can't be created and can't be destroyed -- it can only be changed from one form into another. The same holds true of the puritanical impulse.
What? Do even Latin American caudillos die? Apparently, according to the latest and last medical bulletin on the health (or lack thereof) of Hugo Chavez, perpetually re-electable president of Venezuela.
Once upon a time, a group of people known as the "Democrats" expressed great fear of tyranny by government. This was a time long, long ago, when a man from a place called Texas, representing a people known as the Republicans, occupied the White House. Leaders of the Democrats feared tyranny by the Republicans and called the man from Texas racist, oppressive and tyrannical.