ANALYSIS/OPINION: Our broken immigration system has been bad for the country and a source of political division for well over a decade. Some want a so-called “comprehensive” solution to the crisis, but the prospects for it

ANALYSIS/OPINION: President Obama has made his “deal” with Iran. Most of the attention related to the deal has focused on the nuclear restrictions within the deal. That focus, however, ignores an important aspect of the deal

Pope Francis has generated much talk about the morality of capitalism and he recently called for “legitimate redistribution” of wealth. Amidst our stagnant world economy, social inequality is debated and the profits of some are

ANALYSIS/OPINION: The terrorists struck again, and some Americans, such as Howard Dean, once again refuse to believe them or their purpose. In foreign policy, as in life, it is often wiser to take at face value

You have heard it before: “As California goes, so goes the nation.” If that is the case, the national economy will be harmed for decades to come because of California’s misplaced priorities today. Indeed, by

Here we go again.  Asking the question: Should we raise tax rates or lower rates to close the deficit? The President and many a Democrat think raising tax rates is the way to go.  They stand

Once again, the World is witness to the revolutionary aspirations of a people long suppressed. Today it is Egypt. Yesterday it was Tunisia and decades before that Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe) and Iran. The Russians endured

I offer this common sense guide for the great battle to come. At the outset, it must be noted that, in practice, politicians don’t actually raise taxes so much as they pass laws to increase tax