Al Armendariz, a regional director of the Environmental Protection Agency, was forced to quit his job when some of his intemperate remarks got publicized. It would be great if the same thing happened to a few thousand of his fellow bureaucrats.

Some people may be inspired by President Obama's talk about making "the rich" pay their undefined "fair share" of taxes, or taking away corporations' "tax breaks." But talk is not always cheap. It can be very costly to those working people who are looking for jobs that the Obama administration's anti-business policies are driving overseas.

Anti-bullying programs are social engineering disguised as efforts to encourage civility.

Labor unions, like the United Nations, are all too often judged by what they are envisioned as being — not by what they actually are or what they actually do.

In case you or not familiar with it, the “Seamus scandal”  is based on a vacation trip the Romney family took to Canada more than 20 years ago with Seamus the family dog. But shouldn't we be paying more attention to issues that really matter — such as Obamacare?