John F. McManus
On July 17, the Australian Senate followed the lead already taken by the nation’s House and approved a measure repealing an onerous carbon tax on large companies that had been imposed three years ago.
Professor James MacGregor Burns entered into eternity on July 15, 2014. He was widely known for his desire to reconstruct the Constitution.
Steve Forbes calls for defunding of the IRS with the only reason for its continued existence being “a handful of clerks to process refunds.” But why stop there; why not repeal the 16th Amendment and abolish the income tax?
Earlier in 2014, the Kansas state legislature enacted a law stating that some federal gun control regulations would not be obeyed in Kansas.
Is nullification of a federal law permissible? Thomas Jefferson thought so.
Harvard Law School professor Lawrence Lessig has been beating the drums for a Constitution Convention for many years, and his long-range goal includes cancelling the Constitution in favor of a completely new law of the land.
If the United Nations won’t be limited by its own Charter, how is anyone going to stop its march toward total control of the planet?
Former Secretary of the Treasury Henry M. Paulson, Jr. is beating the drums for a carbon tax to fight global warming. Should we listen to him?
If a college graduate is weighed down with debt, he or she can’t buy an automobile, will postpone marriage, not even think about buying a starter home, and find it very difficult to borrow for a small business.
The "Purpose Driven Pastor," as Rick Warren describes himself, has recently been linked to a new religion called "Chrislam."
Old-school "liberal" John T. Flynn fought for limited government and noninterventionism against the rising tides of socialism and militarism.