North Carolina’s House Bill 2 has become one of the most divisive pieces of legislation
Peggy Noonan offered insightful commentary on recent politics but said little about moving forward.
The notion that our political language has lost its meaning and substance is not a
Fifty-five years ago, Rep. John Lewis (D-GA) and a group of Freedom Riders who were
Ever since Justice Antonin Scalia’s death, there has been a maelstrom of criticism directed at
After the horrendous financial crisis of 2008 that ravaged our country’s economy and continues to
In the spring of 2014, Lawrence Torcello, a professor at the Rochester Institute of Technology,
With the recent death of Associate Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, the jurisprudence of originalism
Donald Trump once said that “this country is a hell hole” and that “the American
There are many objectionable features of our democratic government that we are glad to have
Few actions garner more criticism and confusion than political apostasy.
The tenure of Barack Obama, and indeed the tenure of any president of the United
Alexander Hamilton once called the courts of justice “bulwarks of a limited Constitution against legislative
It was never supposed to happen like this.
The right to free speech can be horribly abused. And that is a good thing.
At long last, when it comes to guns, President Obama is on the “right side