In two years, 2016 and 2017, the United States will have absorbed more migrants, legal and illegal, than all the people of the 13 states when we became a nation.
After the tragic Saturday shooting that claimed 11 lives at a Pittsburgh synagogue, there has been, lamentably, a predictable response.
Democrats are hoping the coming election will give them a majority in the House of Representatives. Republicans and much of our nation dread that prospect. My question is: What would a House majority mean for the Democrats? Let's look at it.
President Trump recently called the Federal Reserve’s interest rate hikes crazy. Leaving aside President Trump’s specific complaint, which is likely motivated by the belief that low rates will help him win reelection, he is right that “crazy” is a good way to describe the Federal Reserve.
Beltway residents did not need to look far to learn who inspired and motivated the would-be mass-murderer of our liberal elite. In a front-page story headlined, "Subjects of Trump's ire in bomb-maker's sights," The Washington Post identified the suspect.
Simplification of the tax code was one of the objectives of tax reform. Yet many special provisions and exemptions remain. Among them is the tax credit that comes with the purchase of an electric vehicle.
The Trump administration’s proposal to define “sex” under Title IX as pertaining to the biological reality of being male or female has evoked hisses as “trans” people vow that they #WontBeErased.
Price gouging in the wake of natural disasters is often seen as evil exploitation by sellers to rip off desperate customers. Let's hold off on that conclusion until after you give thought to some very important questions. First let's see what we can agree upon.
Prior to Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation to the Supreme Court, the New York Times published an op-ed piece written by two law school professors who provided their thoughts about his judicial approach. He’s not an originalist like Judge Clarence Thomas, they claimed, he’s a self-admitted textualist.