Opinion: Someone you probably are not familiar with has filed a suit you probably have not heard about concerning 4 words in the ACA you never heard about.
OPINION: Disabusing the Republican Party of a cherished dogma will not win Clark M. Neily III the gratitude of conservatives who relish denouncing judicial activism.
On Monday, the Supreme Court’s nine fine minds will hear oral arguments about the meaning of “the” and “happen.” What they decide could advance the urgent project of reining in rampant executive power.
WASHINGTON — The era of Gesture Liberalism is at hand. It may be more amusing than consequential.
WASHINGTON — Two years from today, Iowa — dark, brooding, enigmatic Iowa — will be enjoying its quadrennial moment as the epicenter of the universe. And in 10 months, voters will vent their spleens — if they still are as splenetic as they now claim to be — in congressional elections. Some numbers define the political landscape.
In “Democracy and Political Ignorance: Why Smaller Government is Smarter”, Ilya Somin argues that an individual’s ignorance of public affairs is rational.
WASHINGTON — This report on the State of Conservatism comes at the end of an annus mirabilis for conservatives. In 2013, they learned that they may have been wasting much time and effort.
The policy of mandatory minimum sentences for drug offenses has empowered the government to effectively nullify the constitutional right to a trial.
The Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory’s focus — magnetic fusion research — is grounded in the earlier work that mass could be converted into energy.
Raising the minimum wage is a recycled, liberal-idea representing a miniaturization of Barack Obama’s presidency, nothing much being thought fully through.