The legal basis for a merely statutory change taking away that constitutional right is quite shaky.
Allowing an outdated government subsidy of some favored industry to trump the rights negotiated by others in the marketplace is just not the American way.
There’s a disorder that touches more Americans than diabetes, cancer or asthma.
With the exception of its involvement in Iraq, Iran does not have a proven record in countering ISIS.
Surveys also suggest that the more people learn about the Iran deal, the less they like it.
Reducing the burden of licensing would give consumers more choices at lower prices.
Despite all the controversies, the deal offers a great opportunity for the international community to cap Iran’s nuclear ambition.
The tunnels and pipes that make up our water infrastructure are crumbling beneath our feet.
Three dozen retired American generals and admirals are the latest group of experts to collectively endorse the Iran nuclear agreement.
The idea of using federal power to overturn state decisions is hostile to federalism.