Indiana case allowed justices to broaden the rights of national citizenship

There have been many memorable — and eventually consequential — Supreme Court dissents that affirmed principles that, in time, commanded a court...

Apologies to Mr. Jefferson in this Internet Age

I hate getting Thomas Jefferson wrong. I don’t like slighting anybody from our past,...

Why the Robert Kraft bust matters

Robert Kraft’s name will now long be associated with one of the most despicable scourges of modern life, and rightly so. 

Unwarranted: Elizabeth Warren’s flawed ideas on universal preschool

Elizabeth Warren, one of the — what is it now, 211? — candidates for president, seems intent on proving that having been...

Indiana’s education policy leaving the state behind

As 2019 begins anew, economists suggest a softening national economy. Industrial production is in decline and retail sales dropped in December. Consumers...

The Supreme Court can undo past confusion

For decades the Supreme Court has entangled itself in Establishment Clause decisions that have been, in the words of Alice in Wonderland,...

Amazon blow up shows Ocasio-Cortez is an economic illiterate

The left complains that conservatives are “obsessing” over Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. Well, there is a reason for that: Ocasio-Cortez is driving the agenda...

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...

Sheriff right to push back against ugly patronage hiring in Lake County

The patronage hiring culture so deeply rooted in Lake County politics seems to be rearing its ugly head again.

A very British lesson for Bernie and the American left

Does the bolt of eight members of Parliament from the British Labour Party out of frustration with...