Written by Paul Gottfried
ELIZABETHTOWN, PA -- Although it may be hard for some to see that former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich is a very representative Republican, this fact came through clearly when he chose sides in a recent race.
Written by Robert Higgs
Ludwig von Mises Institute
No institution of modern life commands as much veneration as democracy. It comes closer than anything else to being the supreme object of adoration in a global religion. Anyone who denies its ...
Written by Sultan Knish
As Obama's first year in office approaches, his long calendar of corruption and failure flutters its windblown leaves into the abyss of the past. Let us take a brief look back at the full unmitigated ugliness of the Sham in Chief's first year in office... for a proper report ...
Written by Leonard C. Gilroy, AICP
12/23/2009 -- Anytime you see a multi-billion dollar budget deficit materialize in a state-like the nearly $3 billion gap or more projected in Virginia over the next two fiscal years-it's generally a good sign that it's time for a major government downsizing.
Written by Katherine Bradley
As Congress wraps up its final business for the year, there are at least a dozen detrimental policies included in the omnibus spending bill recently signed into law by the President. Taken as a whole, these policies devalue human life, weaken civil society, and undermine the family. ...
Written by Yoel Guzansky
INSS Insight No. 152
The agenda of the Gulf Cooperation Council's thirtieth annual summit, which ended last week in Kuwait, was particularly ambitious. Among the topics on the table were establishment of a joint economic council and connection of the inter-state electrical grids and railways. ...
Written by Heritage.org
WASHINGTON-U.S. Sen. John Cornyn, R-Texas, a member of the Senate Finance Committee, today issued the following statement in response to President Obama's challenge to critics of his handling of Health Care reform in the wake of campaign promises made before his election:
Written by Sally C. Pipes - Pacific Research Institute
With the health reform debate moving apace in the Senate, the president and his political allies appear to be well on their way to implementing a government remake of the U.S. healthcare system. The situation for ordinary patients isn't so rosy, as they may soon find themselves stuck waiting to get ...
Written by James Simpson
Much has been made about how Democrats are committing political suicide with the healthcare bill and all the other onerous legislation they have proposed and/or passed this year. There is no mistaking that these actions are extremely unpopular.