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According to the AP, two of the central promises of President Barack Obama's health-care overhaul law are unlikely to be fulfilled, Medicare's independent economic expert...

According to a new report by the Congressional Budget Office (CBO), the federal budget deficit is on course to reach nearly $1.5 trillion this year,...

According to media accounts, in his State of the Union address, President Obama is going to avoid dealing with our entitlement crisis. The question is:...

According to Senator Jim DeMint, even if a balanced-budget amendment were attached to a vote to raise the debt limit, he’d vote against it --...

It looks like President Obama has finally found some backbone in his diplomatic spat with Hugo Chavez. The Venezuelan president rejected the U.S.’s choice for...

Peter Wehner referred earlier this week to President Obama’s “cynical maneuvering” in arguing, prior to the passage of ObamaCare, that the penalty to enforce the...

Why are those Americans who are most distrustful of the U.S. government, and so eager to undermine it, the same ones who are most desperate...

David Brooks is not only an outstanding columnist; he’s also a friend. And so I want to register a friendly dissent with his column today. As...

Mike Pence’s speech yesterday to the Detroit Economic Club was his third major address on national issues in three months. Combined with his speech at...

James Capretta explains why the entitlement-reform proposal put forth by Rep. Paul Ryan and former Fed vice-chairman Alice Rivlin is so important: In Medicare, the Ryan-Rivlin...

In a letter to the New York Times, CPA John Carrick succinctly summarizes a governmental scheme that would send private citizens to jail if they...

We had the Mitch Daniels flutter. Then it was the John Thune ripple (if you missed it, don't worry -- most of the country did)....