Here is Newt Gingrich: Europe is faced with a crisis of crises. If the Europeans only had one major challenge, they could focus on it and solve it. Unfortunately, however, they face a number…
A video from Prager University: With Earth Day nearly upon us, wouldn’t it be great if someone discovered a miraculous source of energy that was not only cheap, abundant and reliable, but could also…
This system is so corrupt it’s amazing — and so few Illinoisans have the first clue due to the Republican and conservative failure in the information war. Here’s Adam Andrzejewski: New numbers show that…
Here’s the second Bill Muehlenberg post on the topic of the information war: I wrote a piece yesterday on the culture wars and why our side is losing so much of the time, while…
By Victor Davis Hanson: Without shared military power and cooperation, Westerners can either all hang together or surely we will hang separately.
By Jennifer Hartline: Only the clueless believe this is just about bathrooms.
By Robert Cherry: Economic concerns increasingly unite moderate-income whites and blacks.
By Adam Andrzejewski: The count of federal lawyers now exceed the individual public payrolls of twelve states or the top seven largest private law firms in the USA – combined.
By Larry Kudlow and Stephen Moore: When firms don’t invest in job-creation and higher wages, everyone suffers.
By John Stonestreet: What we think of as Europe is pretty easy to define these days. But it wasn’t always so, and it may not be for long.
By Victor Davis Hanson: Deterrence, however, is not just calibrated by soldiers and weapons. The mettle of leaders counts just as much.
By Tom Rogan: Iraq faces two major crises: its continuing war with Daesh (also known as ISIS) and the political situation in Baghdad.
By Victor Davis Hanson: World War II was also one of the few wars in history in which the losers, Japan and Germany, lost far fewer lives than did the winners. There were roughly five…
By Rich Lowry: During an era of headline-grabbing advances in medicine, the United States is experiencing a health cataclysm.
By James Carafano: It should come as no surprise that there are reports of terrorists trying to cross from Mexico to the U.S.—it’s been tried before.
By Rachel Sheffield and Elmore Wallace: Thousands of food stamp recipients moved into the workforce, promoting income gains and a decrease in poverty.
By Lawrence Sellin: Brent Bozell asks, “Does Donald Trump mean a word he says?” Well, Mr. Bozell, we already know that the Republican Party doesn’t mean a word that it says.
By Austin Berg: When it comes to Illinois taxes, home is where the hurt is. For many families, property taxes have become a second mortgage they can never pay off.
By Laurie Higgins: Homosexual activists have long sought to transform cultural disapproval of homoeroticism into approval.
By Peter J. Ferrara: The Competitive Enterprise Institute publishes an annual report on how much federal regulation is costing the economy called the Ten Thousand Commandments.