The answer to speech you don't like is not less speech, but more speech.
Don’t give up on New York. God hasn't.
Pope Francis has been taking some heat for what he wrote about the poor and Capitalism. I haven’t read his comments in context but I do know Jesus talked a lot about the poor.
Unemployment insurance was meant to be temporary to help people while they looked for work.
If a disease can be prevented, why wouldn't that figure into any effort to cure the disease?
If the government can't run a computer, what makes anyone have faith it can run our health care system?
The New York Times reported last Friday on what is likely to happen when California’s Medicaid roles expand significantly in January due to mandates in Obamacare.
Thanking someone for what they have done accomplishes at least two things.
Liberal democratic politicians who voted for this mess are worried it might cost them in next year’s election.
The deal made between the United States and Iran is a false bargain.
Last week’s hypocritical vote by Senate democrats to repeal the super majority rule should not be surprising.
C.S. Lewis died fifty years ago today, but he understandably is not getting the attention of John F. Kennedy.
Awards are so numerous and often so ideologically driven that they have lost value and meaning.
Rev. Frank Schaeffer is on trial by his Methodist denomination for performing a wedding. The wedding was for his son and another man.
President Obama ran twice on the notion that he could be trusted and wouldn't lie to us, like so many politicians do.
Loss of personal information is only one reason Obamacare is failing.
Gun violence in PG-13 movies has more than tripled since 1985 and it now exceeds the level found in R-rated films.
Amazon has announced it will begin Sunday delivery of packages using the Postal Service trucks and drivers.
Here's my analysis of Tuesday's elections.
President Obama has taken lying about his so-called "affordable care" law to a new level.