Post Archive

June 26, 2014

Though the IRS and its commissioner have been on the hot seat in recent congressional hearings, there is little doubt that the agency and the...

As the second week of the search for the three Israeli teenagers abducted by Hamas terrorists comes to an end, the announcement of the names...

Harry Reid is making trouble again. With Republicans still squabbling over the establishment-Tea Party rift, the Senate’s top Democrat sat down with reporters from the...

President Obama had a good time mocking congressional Republicans yesterday for being skeptics about climate change. But even he seems to know that selling his...

Conflicts between the legislative and executive branches are as old as the republic. But in recent years, the growing power of the presidency has added...

Today the Michael Bloomberg era in New York City drew to a close. Not officially, of course; Bill de Blasio’s mayoralty was inaugurated at the...

The Supreme Court wimped out on the recess appointment power today. It ruled, unanimously, that President Obama had overstepped his powers when he made three recess...

The Wall Street Journal reports on new data released earlier today by the Census Bureau. The bottom line is that the demographic divide between older...