Climate strikes, "Medicare for All," national security whistleblowers, and Canadian blackface scandals are all distractions from D.C.'s core function: spending more money than we have.
Licensing reform efforts cross partisan barriers. Unfortunately, so do efforts to cripple opportunity and prosperity.
Slowly but surely, some of the most glaring problems of our criminal justice system are being addressed.
The law will reopen critical channels to employment and housing that might otherwise be closed.
“I wanted to be more than somebody who is the son of a murder victim.”
The bipartisan push to remove capital punishment from state law is moving forward.
The bill was introduced by Republicans and co-sponsored by Democrats.
Rep. Tom Reed says he was threatened with "consequences" as a result.
Should the Senate majority leader really be celebrating more reckless spending?
Calls for Revoking Susan Collins' Honorary Degree Over Kavanaugh Vote Show How Sad Politics Have Become
It's misguided to politicize something as non-controversial as an honorary degree.
Many of the underlying sentiments that made the statist post-9/11 bipartisan consensus possible are still in Washington, ready to be exploited.
The president and congressional Democrats just worked together on a bad debt ceiling and budget deal.
The politicians would probably be better off just lowering everyone's taxes, rather than picking and choosing a few already lucky Olympic athletes to reward with tax cuts.
Michael Bloomberg's Speech Could've Been a Gary Johnson Endorsement, if Bloomberg Weren't a Big Nanny Statist
Says Americans have to come together and embrace the freedoms the founding fathers established.
One big step forward; two temporary steps back.
Free market groups support Federal SPEAK FREE Act opposing "strategic lawsuits against public participation"
Calls for national political "unity" are problematic.
Bibi's speech to Congress threatens the uniquely rock-solid bipartisan support for Israel.
State of the union "childish"
Dispensing of Hastert rule