Congress should never cede its constitutional prerogatives by granting “fast-track authority” to the president. And both the job-threatening and foreign-entangling TPP and TTIP should be rejected.

The fight against communist forces in Southern Africa has almost been forgotten over the past 25 years, but the republication of Steenkamp's history offers its author's insights into that conflict to a new generation.

Dr. Thomas Sowell's Basic Economics explains complex economic phenomena in a way that many economists cannot. And it provides an understanding of some economic phenomena that might prove elusive to a Ph.D. economist.

Rudolf Flesch, author of Why Johnny Can't Read, died in 1986, but his legacy endures among those of us who are still fighting to get intensive, systematic phonics back in the schools.

When the media don't even understand basic political terminology, it raises a question: How can the electorate be informed when the purveyors of information are uninformed themselves?

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