Some people have called for a balanced budget amendment to our Constitution as a means of reining in a big-spending Congress. That’s a misguided vision, for the simple reason that in any real economic sense, as opposed to an accounting sense, the federal budget is always balanced.
Xinran Ji, 24, had big dreams. But demons demolished them. The bright hopes of young Xinran Ji, a University of Southern California engineering student from Inner Mongolia, died in 2014
Did you ever think you’d see the day when a prominent political party would accuse the president of being divisive and exclusionary for saying “America” too many times during his
Turns out 2018 has been a good year for President Trump. It seems like every day another company announces raises, bonuses and capital investment in the U.S. The stock market
Every year of my grade school career, I had to go to the front office with a list of dates for my brother and me to document with the staff
President Donald Trump reportedly asked why the U.S. is “having all these people from [expletive deleted] countries come here.” I think he could have used better language, but it’s a
On now to Chapter MLXII in our Chronicles of National Disarray: “Congress Solves Immigration Perplexity.” Or, far likelier, “Congress Kicks Can Down Road.” With the federal government coming back to
Richard Nixon’s secretary Rose Mary Woods erased 18 minutes of tape recording of the president and became infamous in 1972. The FBI failed to preserve five months of text messages
At the risk of sending the left into a state of apoplexy, a monolithic, biased, renegade press is a far greater threat to liberty than a president criticizing the media.