Weil is more partisan than scholar; he has openly endorsed aggressively coercive union tactics, including advocating the use of regulatory agencies to advance union campaigns.
When President Viktor Yanukovych fled Kiev two weeks ago, the over-arching question was what would the Russians do? Now that Moscow has invaded Crimea and appears poised to formally absorb the territory...
The $8.6 billion cut is projected to hit 850,000 families with a reduction in SNAP benefits of $90 per month—hardly insignificant when the average daily allotment is approximately $4.20 per person.
The initiative takes a prevention approach rather than a “treatment” approach.
Announcing its federal lawsuit on behalf of a Muslim public school official forced to choose between his faith and his job, the federal government issued a statement that “No employee should be forced to violate his religious beliefs in order to earn a living.”
Two and a half years after Qaddafi’s ouster, Libya still does not have a new constitution.
When given the opportunity to show leadership on expediting LNG exports, the White House deflected.
Jamie Dimon took high heat over his 74 percent mega-raise, but he’s not at fault. The blame goes to a 1993 boondoggle for bigwigs—a boondoggle that’s cost taxpayers by the billions ever since. Congress should call a halt, and the country’s mood...
Young women deserve a space to call their own—a physical space they can visit to hear and read about those who came before them and changed history.
Many of the new cost-containment strategies now underway in original Medicare were pioneered in Medicare Advantage.