Republicans could have negotiated with President Obama to have their ideas incorporated into health care reform, but they instead followed the party’s most radical voices and were led to abject defeat.
Barack Obama will sign a historical bill that will allow an expansion of health care in the United States, but this comes with the price of more U.S. borrowing, a lower dollar, and higher U.S. interest rates.
Jewish students at York University are required to subordinate or disguise their identity, suppress their views, and avoid cultural expression.
Since his death on Feb. 17 at age 96, the tributes have flowed to Arnold Beichman, the legendary anti-Communist journalist.
Canada’s York university has chosen to limit the speech of pro-Israel students while allowing anti-Israel student events to proceed without restraint.
Today’s conservatives should follow the lead of some late nineteenth century Republican reformers who earned their party’s scorn by standing up for their ideas.
Former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney gave his first major public speech in eighteen months on Thursday and removed all doubts that he would run for president in 2012.
Gasoline sanctions, not war, are the true alternative to the present do-nothing policy on Iran.
As a future Republican president or Republican Congress struggles with health care costs a decade from now, he or she or they may well look back on 2009 as a chance to hold the line on health costs and let the Democrats take the blame.
The Congressional Budget Office (CBO) predicts two years of weak growth and agonizingly slow progress against unemployment for the following years to come.