America’s Last Chance

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The country is approaching the point of no return on runaway government spending.

Obama’s One-Man Empire

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How bureaucracy turned into tyranny.

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The Second Battle for Mogadishu

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Will Al-Qaeda resurrect the network it lost in Afghanistan?

CAIR’s Friends in U.S. Law Enforcement

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Why is a Los Angeles County Sheriff endorsing jihadi material published by the Muslim Brotherhood?

The Slaughter on the Southern Border

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How many Americans must die before the U.S. stops subsidizing Mexican corruption?

John McCain: I was Misled on Bank Bailout – Arizona Republic

Under growing pressure from conservatives and “tea party” activists, Sen. John McCain of Arizona is having to defend his record of supporting the government’s massive bailout of the financial system. In response to criticism from opponents seeking to defeat him in the Aug. 24 Republican primary, the four-term senator says he was misled by then-Treasury […]

Justice Thomas Defends Campaign Finance Ruling – NYTimes.com

WASHINGTON — In expansive remarks at a law school in Florida, Justice Clarence Thomas on Tuesday vigorously defended the Supreme Court’s recent campaign finance decision. And Justice Thomas explained that he did not attend State of the Union addresses — he missed the dust-up when President Obama used the occasion last week to criticize the […]

The Bernanke Nomination – WSJ.com

The White House said yesterday it has damped down a political revolt against Ben Bernanke and now has the votes to secure the Federal Reserve Chairman’s second four-year term. Whether or not Mr. Bernanke is confirmed, the lesson we draw is that overly political central bankers will eventually be undone by politics. There’s no doubt […]

A Victory for Free Speech

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The Cato Institute’s Ilya Shapiro explains why the Supreme Court’s ruling this week was a win for free expression and democracy.

Supreme Court Overturns Limits on Election Spending – WSJ.com

Freedom has had its best week in many years. On Tuesday, Massachusetts put a Senate check on a reckless Congress, and yesterday the Supreme Court issued a landmark decision supporting free political speech by overturning some of Congress’s more intrusive limits on election spending. In a season of marauding government, the Constitution rides to the […]