The U.S. Supreme Court’s upcoming decision on gerrymandering could have a major impact on future U.S. elections. But will it really change anything?
As we gather to celebrate Independence Day, former Congressman Bob Bauman examines past events that divided the nation.
Pundits warned that we shouldn’t politicize Wednesday’s shooting. But how do you depoliticize the attempted assassination of Republican lawmakers?
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.
There’s a good chance some of President Donald Trump’s proposed budget will become policy. And every policy change creates winners and losers.
Could our president be one of millions of badly educated students who consistently have scored poorly in both history and civics courses?
I have previously emphasized Gibraltar’s important role as a tax haven in the EU. Indeed, its pending fate could determine the success or failure of Brexit.
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?
Superman was ahead of his time when he renounced his U.S. citizenship following a dispute with the government. Now, more Americans than ever before are following his example.