The actual needs of veterans seeking service from VA are often in direct competition with the perceived needs of the organizations and public officials designed to serve them.
If this deal holds together enough to assemble a House majority that provides a waiver route away from Obamacare, we may soon find out who has sold short their constituents interests and their political future. They may not be able to afford the “cover.”
Marine Le Pen is not the sort of person President Trump should want to embrace. She is the left’s caricature of Trump come to life.
Resident Scholar Michael Rubin comments on Iranian aggression as Iranian gunboats threaten U.S vessels in the Persian gulf. Rubin suggests that Iranian aggression has had a colonial type impact on many countries in the Middle East and North African region.
In the next 10 to 20 years, coal’s value is likely to grow as advanced coal plants meet the world’s growing need for energy while helping reduce greenhouse emissions.
Had Trump taken economic policy more seriously during the campaign, he might have had a more detailed and coherent tax reform plan ready to go at this point.
Assessing baseline trust in Republican and Democratic leadership is useful when assessing prospects for Trump proposals, especially when it comes to education. A quick review of the relevant data suggests that, regarding education, Americans have historically trusted Democrats more than Republicans.
A verifiable nuclear agreement was not what Mr. Obama wanted. Instead, he sought a political agreement with Tehran that would neither require Senate approval nor be easily terminated by subsequent administrations.
Scott Gottlieb will fight for patients facing serious and terminal illnesses, because he has been one. And there is no contradiction between speeding access to investigational medicines for dying Americans and treatments and maintaining a rigorous clinical trial process.
The federal government appears to overpay workers with educations from high school through Master’s degrees, but significantly underpay employees with professional and doctoral degrees. So how does the government still manage to hire highly educated workers?