Published October 15, 2012
There are some advantages to being a recovering politician not living inside the D.C. Beltway, foremost among them, the ability to listen to real people.
Published August 16, 2012
Today we shop online like we used to go to the corner store and the Yellow Pages, when delivered, are promptly thrown into the recycling bin.
Published June 23, 2012
The old Constitution, lifeless, irrelevant and inconvenient to its progressive critics, is having a good run of late at the expense of the living Constitution.
Published May 15, 2012
The liberals who run California tax more, spend more, regulate more, and drive up the cost of doing business, and then are shocked when tax revenue plunges as productive taxpayers leave the state. This cycle is all too familiar.
Published January 28, 2011
Now the key question for the Arab world’s most important nation is who will lead Egypt? The Muslim Brotherhood is in a roughly analogous position to the Communists in Russia in 1917, whose iron will and willingness to use violence required only seven months to seize power from the fragile transitional government that overthrew the czar.