If the political stage is polarized, it is because the nation is polarized.
Is "freedom" what primarily defines our nation, or is it welfare and redistribution of income?
The founders of the country saw the nation's existence, its faith and its posterity as a package deal. It all went together.
The Second Amendment, as Sen. Harris should know, is not primarily about going hunting.
The average annual return on Social Security over the last 40 years has been about 1 percent per year and stocks returned 6 percent per year.
If the government sets a floor on what can be paid for a certain kind of job, either the job won't be filled; someone overqualified will do it; or automation will substitute.
Their dysfunction comes from too much government, not too little.
The complex history of black America, coupled with poor welfare state policies, has left a legacy of hard, destructive energy in our inner cities.
Religious freedom goes out the window if this bill becomes law.
The extent to which Americans have conceded the moral dignity and economic benefits of ownership, allowing government to take control of their lives, has hurt our country.