John F. McManus
Tom Keane’s recent column in the Boston Globe led with the headline “Cool summer doesn’t invalidate climate change.” He's not the only climate alarmist who has refused to concede despite mounting evidence contradicting the alarmist claims.
On September 23, federal district judge John D. Bates ruled that documents related to the federal government’s Fast and Furious operation that led to the slaying of U.S. Border Patrol agent Brian Terry could no longer remain secret.
In It Didn't Have to Be This Way, Harry C. Veryser presents a clear explanation of what anyone studying economics should know, even including how the Great Depression of the 1930s could have been avoided.
Members of Congress must be told by constituents that keeping our nation away from entanglements such as the proposed NAU is imperative.
Americans across the country are finally awakening to the fact that the federal government does indeed operate outside of its limitations. A case in point is Bruce Ackerman, professor of law and political science at Yale University.
A thorough audit of the Fed will likely lead to consideration of a subsequent measure calling for terminating the institution.
September 17 is designated Constitution Day in recognition of the anniversary of the signing of the Constitution in 1787. How many of these quiz questions can you answer?
Senator Tom Coburn has wants the states to hold a Constitutional Convention (Con-Con) to add a balanced budget amendment to the U.S. Constitution. He would also like to have the Con-Con add an amendment mandating term limits for members of Congress.
The Islamic Society of North America’s convention speaker this year was former President Jimmy Carter, who began the first of his two presentations by urging all to “give generously to ISNA.”
President Obama has already boldly indicated that he will unconstitutionally use his pen to create law by Executive Order. Now, his administration intends to skirt the Constitution via “reflexive law” or “soft law.”