If we are going to save our cities, we need to get back to what built them in the first place: Freedom, enterprise and entrepreneurship.
I saw a once-barren land -- a land once described by Mark Twain as "a desolate country ... a silent and mournful expanse" -- now fruitful and ripe.
No gun-sale background check could have prevented the Sandy Hook tragedy.
Medicaid is a pure welfare program.
Gun control initiatives mask the issues that really need attention.
At the National Prayer Breakfast, Ben Carson reminds us that religious ritual devoid of content is pointless and destructive.
No matter how hard you squint and try to discern the values of Lincoln and Frederick Douglass in those now wielding the money and power at the top of the party, they've disappeared.
Why are the president and Feinstein so ready to compromise basic American freedoms with gun control measures to solve a problem that Obama acknowledges we don't understand?
It is no accident that as the American welfare state grew, the American family collapsed.
What was once understood as religion and tradition is now called bigotry and pushed off the stage.