Some Americans who are paying attention to the absence of Native American revulsion over the name "Washington Redskins" are not comfortable with the government saying, in effect, that if people are not offended, they should be.
The U.S. Republican challenge is to articulate a policy that fills the vast space between President Barack Obama's retreat on foreign policy and the ruinous grandiosity of the "freedom agenda" of Obama's predecessor.
American graduates this season are entering an economy where more than 40 percent of recent college grads are either unemployed or in jobs that do not require a college degree. Barack Obama seems to suffer from amnesia concerning the policies that produced the robust ...
The American Enterprise Institute's Nicholas Eberstadt wonders if it's simply a coincidence that male "flight from work" and family breakdown have coincided with the Great Society policies instituted 50 years ago.
U.S. President Barack Obama talks like an arrested-development adolescent, using teenage tropes such as invoking straw men, truncating arguments and showing righteous indignation when confronted with disagreement.
U.S. President Barack Obama seems to harbor the surreal hope that Russian President Vladimir Putin will continue to help regarding Syria's civil war and Iran's nuclear weapons program. Putin's helpfulness, if not fictitious, has been ineffective.
The premise that health is the product of medicine leads the U.S. government to believe it can deliver health by judiciously distributing preventive or therapeutic medicines rather than disseminate cost-effective public health information.
Bleak judgments about stimulus spending in the U.S. miss the main point of it, which was to funnel a substantial share of the money to unionized, dues-paying, Democratic-voting government employees. In this way, the stimulus succeeded.