We must counter the alienation that can spur radicalism and even terrorism.
This time, don't blame the Tea Party. Centrists and moderates were the ones who bucked leadership.
He should pitch to them in 2016 and let the political establishment duke it out for the cameras.
The NTIA chose which awards to assess, and which to ignore.
But to remain economically competitive, the inefficient mine-permitting process must change.
I never tire of all the pomp and circumstance, but there is one discordant note.
Feckless US policy toward terrorists has encouraged our enemies to expand their ambitions.
Like the old commercials for the the ice cream, we're not really sorry and would do it again.
So far, any demonstration of Republicans' ability to govern seems like a lofty ambition unlikely to be realized.
The DOJ will no longer engage in state forfeiture adoptions for cash and vehicles.