Some say that the gay rights movement has gone too far in challenging social norms. They believe that this might cause societal destabilization.
WASHINGTON, January 13, 2014 — Last week the story broke that New Jersey Governor Chris Christie may, or may not, have been involved in the closure of lanes on the George Washington Bridge in order to punish a local Democratic mayor for refusing to support him. Now, we are hearing that the embattled Garden State ...
Have you ever wondered what the New Year’s Resolutions of our political leaders might be? Here are some “tweetable” suggestions.
While the 12 days that precede the Feast of the Epiphany have almost been forgotten, we can wish for more than sales.
Conservatives and Liberals have found a common ground as they now take turns using the same arguments.
Diogenes need not visit the Senate in search of an honest man. He’d simply be wasting his time.
Do our elected officials understand health care, or are they as confused as the rest of us?
Whether you support or dislike the bill, no one can deny the significance of the Affordable Care Act.
A phrase without political significance: “And ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free” (John 8:32).
When a political Party knocks on your door, know what the trick is before you offer a treat.
The President’s speech to reopen the Government raised a concern about dysfunction and hatred. Is it too late?
Love it or hate it: Obamacare is commanding everyone’s attention but almost no one’s rational assessment.
As we experience a political turf war, we are reminded why we should take more responsibility for our vote.
QUESTION: Can you think of three names in the news … only two of which people seem to follow?
There are “no adults in the room” as the President and Congress continue to put party politics ahead of the People.
How many of our problems could be easily overcome if we stayed within the framework of the Constitution?
Have we learned from the past, or are we destined to affirm the definition of insanity?
It’s time to stop pretending there’s only one solution to the Syrian crisis.
The Syrian crisis reflects a foreign policy puzzle that seems to be missing some pieces.
What should the United States’ strategic response be if chemical weapons are proven to have been used in Syria?