Published May 30, 2013
Grassroots activists urged Americans to behave as citizens, not subjects. For that, they opened themselves up to harassment and abuse by the IRS.
Published January 16, 2013
It is ironic for President Obama to make pronouncements extolling religious freedom when his administration has the worst record protecting religious liberty in American history.
Published September 17, 2012
The past month highlighted issues in America’s culture war, culminating in a shooting that could have been perhaps the deadliest act of domestic terrorism ever driven exclusively by a social issue.
Published July 11, 2012
Congress created the ObamaCare mess; it’s not up to the Supreme Court to fix it. And if the mess is going to get cleaned up, it’s up to the people. So, how are we, the people, supposed to clean up the mess?
Published May 21, 2012
Apart from the behind-the-scenes political machinations, or the profound and troubling policy implications of President Obama’s decision to support same-sex marriage, the decision itself could well determine the outcome of the fall election.
Published April 19, 2011
The “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell Repeal Act of 2010” did not actually repeal anything. Instead, it set in motion an unusual series of trigger mechanisms, which would not lead to repeal until sixty days after the last one of them is completed. Since this process has not yet been completed, the law barring homosexual conduct in the military is still in place—and there is still time to stop this ill-advised repeal.
Published November 29, 2010
Congress must fully review the Pentagon’s report on "don't ask, don't tell" before taking any action.