Midwest must save middle class neighborhoods

The economic expansion is now a full nine years old, and we are less than a year from the longest period of uninterrupted economic...

To the New York Times op-ed writer: If you can’t serve honorably, don’t serve...

The “deep state” exists after all. But it turns out that deep state is not made up of the permanent bureaucracy, shadowy intelligence officials,...

Flake, not a team player, served the nation

WASHINGTON — Preferring verbal felicity to practical wisdom, a character in a Benjamin Disraeli novel quipped, “A majority is always the best repartee.” Not...

Abrams and the 2nd Reconstruction

ATLANTA — By engaging in voter suppression, Stacey Abrams’ opponents are paying her the highest possible compliment. The former Democratic leader of the state House...

A declared presidential candidate who believes in what he has lived

The world’s oldest political party has developed an aversion to discretion. The Democratic Party is manacled to an over-caffeinated base that believes that deft...

Brown’s muscular progressivism would challenge Trump in 2020

“The money man dealing himself a hot royal flush. Then giving you and me a phony hand like a pair of tens or something.” —...

Millennial socialism 101

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s so-called Green New Deal makes the obligatory nod to the original New Deal, but FDR’s handiwork is much too modest an antecedent.  The...

In defense of assimilation

The worst thought crime is the one you don’t realize you’re committing.  So it was with NBC News legend Tom Brokaw, who — for good...

How Donnelly was Trumped in Indiana

NOTRE DAME, Ind. – When the polls closed on Election Day last November, U.S. Sen. Joe Donnelly expected to defeat Republican Mike...

Don’t break up Big Tech

The worst ideas in Washington are often bipartisan. Big Tech is about to learn this lesson, if it hasn’t already.