To the surprise of absolutely nobody, the Democratic presidential debates last week were heavy on the free stuff but light on how to pay for it. That should concern every moderate middle-class voter.
The stock market continues to flirt with record highs, yet government-run pension plans are far from fully funded. That should concern every taxpayer.
Many Democrat presidential candidates support Medicare-for-all. They should explain what it does before assuming it has widespread support.
Trump administration panel will look to cut red tape.
There’s more to defending the Bill of Rights than battling voter ID laws, supporting abortion on demand and protecting those in the country illegally.
Bernie Sanders has a word for those who met their financial obligations by scrimping and sacrificing to pay off their student loans: suckers!
The Supreme Court concludes its term this week and in the past few days has issued two rulings strengthening the Bill of Rights, tossing out rules that hinder free speech and erode property rights.
“The public should always have the right to know what trade-offs and promises led to final and binding collective bargaining agreements.”
The opposition to a new Clark County solar plant is coming from an unlikely source —environmentalists.
“The problem with socialism is that you eventually run out of other people’s money,” Margaret Thatcher once noted. Something similar is true about Social Security.