The trouble with banning one source of money is that it does nothing but drive political giving into darker, more troubling places.
The government, insurers, hospitals and armies of bureaucrats hide prices and discourage shopping for care, so costs skyrocket with no accountability. Republicans should have identified this problem.
Those of us on the right are sick of the bias, intentional or unintentional, and sick of the manipulation.
The supposed authority of advanced study doesn’t really translate to actual expertise.
If the prospect of your enemies with power frightens you, let’s start removing the power that person can have.
We should view laws passed by the people’s representatives as what they are. If they become outdated or need changing, we should amend them, not reinterpret them.
Social media may connect people to the world around us, but it also, ironically, pushes us further and further from our fellow man, and has had a corrosive impact on too many of our lives.
Some think that, somehow, understanding and connecting with established order provides you a better understanding of how to lead that department. I think it shackles you to the status quo.
Trump has nominated a tough, courageous reformer for education secretary. No wonder teachers unions are in panic mode.
It can often seem as if lawmakers are bogged down by the smallness of the job and lose sight of the bigness.