Congress’s continued funding of the F-35, a poor plane that would be overmatched by our potential adversaries, isn’t being driven by military considerations—and it’s time to end production and funnel the money toward the F-22.
There are two good ways for Republicans to use reconciliation to advance the cause of repeal—use it to pass a bill to repeal the despised individual mandate, or use it to pass a bill to repeal as much of Obamacare as possible.
The Supreme Court’s decision in King v. Burwell makes clear that the nation-defining task of repealing Obamacare falls to the political branches—and provides a time for choosing for the Republican Party.
Under a winning alternative, costs would drop, liberty would be secured, and any American who wants to buy health insurance would be able to do so.
Dodd-Frank has hurt community banks, but it has provided a financial boon for the revolving-door world of politicians, regulators, lawyers, and lobbyists.
President Obama’s Senate-circumventing Iran deal means expedited arms shipments to Arab countries, sale of advanced Soviet S-300 anti-aircraft missiles to Iran, and $150 billion to a terrorism-funding state.
The clear alternative to President Obama’s unilateral acquiescence to Iran “was and is the continuation of the sanctions regime and other forms of economic, diplomatic, political, and military pressure,” and that’s what Congress should insist upon.
The “animating principle behind the abortion industry and its flagship (and taxpayer-supported) organization” is utter indifference to the violent taking of human life.
The only scientist and last man to land on the moon argues that we shouldn’t allow China “to take over the exploration of the moon from the United States and the free world” and thus cede “America’s hard-won position as the world’s leading space-faring nation.”