It was globalization, free trade, the boom in international entrepreneurship. In short, it was the free enterprise system, American style, which is our gift to the world.
Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul announced today that he will be filing a class action lawsuit against the Obama Administration over the NSA's surveillance program, and is asking Americans to join his lawsuit on his website.
MSNBC host Melissa Harris-Perry issued a true apology for the segment in which she and her guests laughed at the idea that a Romney family member adopted a minority child, but the same can't be said of her guests.
The Brookings Institution's Public Religion Research Institute conducts what they call the "American Values Survey," and this year have focused particularly on how libertarians fit into the American political fabric.
File under Never Too Early: Americans for Prosperity, a national conservative advocacy organization, is placing ads against two House Democrats based on their pro-Obamacare votes.
In the wake of the controversial and unpopular news to suspend Phil Robertson, patriarch of the Duck Dynasty family, in the wake of his religious remarks to GQ Magazine, the A&E television network has announced that Duck Dynasty will resume filming and airing the popular TV show in 2014.
Many legal challengest to Obamacare still remain, but the religious exemption from Obamacare's mandates will be front and center in 2014.
Delays, reprieves and "un-cancelled" health plans have defined Obamacare's previous two months.
Over the last 25 years, every country in the developed world has made significant strides in lowering the corporate tax rate - except for the United States.
The cost of Obamacare has been most visible recently in the form of purchase and coverage mandates, but we should all recognize that there are explicit taxes scheduled to take effect next year as well.
In a confrontational interview with MSNBC anchor Kristen Welker, progressive journalist Glenn Greenwald said that he's a defender of Edward Snowden's actions in the same sense that MSNBC is a defender of President Obama.
January 1 has gotten a lot of press for being the deadline for obtaining Obamacare health insurance, but it's going to be another deadline: the day that the federal government outlaws incandescent light bulbs.
There are two criticisms being made simultaneously about the Obamacare insurance plans - that the new mandates are driving up the cost of insurance and that, despite the new mandates, some of the problems that would unexpectedly affect consumers like high deductibles will continue to persist.
One of the struggles that the Obamacare Healthcare.gov website has had is what's called the 834 error problem, in which insurance companies are not receiving completed insurance documents from customers.
There's been an odd prevalence for some on the left - Elizabeth Warren, for example, and Paul Krugman - to be promoting Social Security as a government program we should be spending more money on.
The Obama Administration quietly mandated an extension of the "deadline" to get health insurance that would start on January 1 by one day, giving those without insurance the chance to use Healthcare.gov on Christmas Eve to try to find insurance.
As pressure mounts from activists nationwide on schools that use Native American mascots for their sports teams, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker signed legislation last week that would make it harder for Wisconsin public schools to change their name.
Here We Go Again: The Next Debt Ceiling Fight