As seen in the recent government shutdown and the showdown over the debt limit, the federal budget stands at the heart of American politics.
When we talk about football, we usually talk about our favorite teams and the games they play.
Books show us the world, and in that sense, too many books for adolescents act like funhouse mirrors, reflecting hideously distorted portrayals of life.
Margaret Thatcher is one of the great prime ministers in British history, and one of the longest serving, at least in continuous times.
Simply put, the American free market system is the greatest engine for prosperity and opportunity that the world has ever seen.
Our secular establishment wants to reduce the autonomy of religious institutions and limit the influence of faith in the public square.
Second Amendment supporters, one prominent but less than articulate member of Congress alleges, have become “enablers of mass murder.”
The best case for lower taxes is the moral case—and as Coolidge well understood, a moral tax policy demands tough budgeting.
Not to know what happened before you were born, that is to be always a boy, to be forever a child.
The political freedom that makes a liberal arts education possible requires an ongoing and active defense of liberty.