The capital versus the countryside: that’s the new political divide, visible in multiple surprise election results over the past eleven months.
Yes, I know there was a thing called the “Free Speech Movement.” But the movement for free speech is thousands of years old.
This decision is deemed in many quarters as a triumph for the Internationalists. Maybe so, but it is also a tactic right out of the Dealmaker’s playbook.
President Trump is scheduled to hold a press conference on veterans issues — a cause that played a prominent role in his campaign. With various pieces of veterans-related legislation making their way through Congress, AEI experts Rebecca Burgess and Sally Satel, M.D. are available to comment.
The last thing that Puerto Rico now needs is yet another shock to its very troubled economy. Yet, that is precisely what the island should be bracing itself for once the temporary stay that the U.S. Congress afforded it last year from creditor lawsuits expires on May 1.
Peter Cove, the founder of America Works, joined the show to discuss his new book “Poor No More: Rethinking Dependency and the War on Poverty.”
Yesterday, Ajit Pai, the new Chairman of the FCC, announced a roll back of the Obama administration’s aggressive regulatory approach to the Internet, adopted in early 2015.
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.