A life of government guarantees and controls is not a formula for building wealth.
In two and a half years, leftists like Rep. Wasserman Schultz, have changed this country so fundamentally it is not clear at all to what extent we can recover.
Almost a half-century since the passage of the Civil Rights Act, too many blacks still don't want to be free and accept the responsibilities that go with it.
By government setting a floor on the wage that an employer is permitted to pay, individuals whose employment value falls below that wage simply will be unemployed.
Any tax increases today simply accommodates the recent massive, misguided and destructive expansion of government.
Too many Americans refuse to let go of the same illusions that Greeks protesting in the streets cling to today.
We cannot continue our entitlements programs as they are and still remain a free country.
Bureaucratic social engineering should be replaced by personal responsibility and market based incentives.
The NAACP has consistently opposed school choice and voucher initiatives and has been a stalwart defender of the public school system that traps kids in poverty.
Americans have come to see government, rather than family, as the institution through which we primarily help each other.