As AEI's President Arthur Brooks recently pointed out in an op-ed, the key to any great leader’s success is taking responsibility for one’s actions.
Here’s a surreal update to my item from yesterday.
Earlier in the week we reported that President Obama cancelled two of his four foreign visits for this weekend...
We’ve had ample warning this was coming.
This is breaking news
After closing a number of national monuments -- including, of course, the World War II Memorial in Washington, D.C. -- the U.S government is now officially stopping grateful patriots and tourists from visiting the Normandy American Cemetery and Memorial.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid came under heavy fire yesterday from conservatives for cringe-inducing remarks he made vis-à-vis the government shutdown and its effect on children with cancer.
Republican hopeful Steve Lonegan (R-NJ) is hardly a shoe-in to win a seat in the United States Senate on October 16...
It appears so.
Why, members of Congress, that’s who.
George F. Will, one of the sharpest political commentators and columnists in the business, is reportedly leaving ABC News after 30 years of service to join the team over at Fox News.
Another day, another political headache for Virginia’s (ahem) most prepared and ideas-oriented gubernatorial candidate, it seems.
One of the most profoundly unfair provisions of Obamacare is that members of Congress and their staffers were unilaterally and illegally granted a special exemption from the law they themselves passed.
Guy has a more comprehensive Obamacare post coming later today, but I wanted to hammer this point home...
On April 27, 2014, two former Bishops of Rome -- John XXIII and John Paul II -- will be canonized, i.e., formally recognized as saints in the Catholic Church.
This is the second time Attorney General Holder’s Justice Department in expected to sue a state government for enacting ostensibly discriminatory voter I.D. laws.
If, as expected, the government shuts down tomorrow who do you think most Americans will blame?
For roughly the same price of incarcerating prisoners in New York City last year...
What are some of the academically rigorous and challenging classes students can take at one of our oldest and most prestigious Ivy League institutions?