The Constitution recognizes we the people as the source of all power. But after 230 years, do we still possess and benefit from those hard-won rights?
The official story is that Labor Day celebrates the contributions that workers have made to the United States. But the truth is a little darker…
As we gather to celebrate Independence Day, former Congressman Bob Bauman examines past events that divided the nation.
Economists generally say government spending is good for the economy. But, as with anything, sometimes you can have too much of a good thing.
The government is likely to hit the debt ceiling in early September. That means Congress needs to increase the debt ceiling by the end of July or risk a crisis.
Some American colleges have become breeding grounds for anti-free speech and politically correct zealots, some deranged to the point of using violence.
Could our president be one of millions of badly educated students who consistently have scored poorly in both history and civics courses?
For the politicians and businesspeople who control and supply the military, the latter’s nobility is a convenient political and emotional tool.
Could we soon see “AVO lanes” and “AVO zones” — as in “autonomous vehicles only” — as the next big thing on our highways and highly congested downtowns?