Benjamin Netanyahu calls it a "mistake of historic proportions." Barack Obama says it is "a path toward a more secure world." They can't both be right.
25-Nov-2013 | By Krista Kafer, Contributing Editor
When the president uttered his now infamous lie: “If you like your health insurance, you can keep it” (36 times), did Democrats feel even a twinge of guilt as they nodded and applauded? The truth is out but the fallout has just begun.
25-Nov-2013 | By William Moloney, Contributing Editor
Amendment 66 is the latest in a long line of initiatives following a familiar union script — Money Now, Reform Later, Maybe — that sadly has been successful in many jurisdictions across the country. The failure of this tactic this year in Colorado is explained by two critical miscalculations in the planning of the Amendment 66 campaign.
25-Nov-2013 | By Doug Kellett, Contributing Editor, and Doug Graham
Ken Cuccinelli's unsuccessful bid for Governor of Virginia stoked an ongoing debate on the right: the Republican professional class blames "Tea Party" candidates who are "too extreme" while Conservatives argue that the problem is betrayal by the Republican establishment for not providing support to win. Both of these arguments have their strengths, and do not necessarily cancel each other out.
23-Nov-2013 | By Bob Beauprez, Editor-in-Chief
One might think it self-evident that science, not politics and myths, should direct public policy and that state sovereignty as guaranteed by the Constitution would be sacrosanct, but not in today's Washington, DC.