If New York's problems were caused by a tidal wave, an earthquake, or a hurricane, Americans would help as generously as they have always helped victims of unavoidable disasters. New York's troubles, however, are of its own making. Nine out of the … [Read more...] about New York Default?
The liberal spending complex in government and education is in shock about the dramatic proposal of former California Governor Ronald Reagan for a $25 billion federal income tax cut next year and a $90 billion cut in federal spending -- enough to … [Read more...] about Reagan’s Tax Cut
Justice William Douglas was appointed to the U.S. Supreme Court at the age of 41 because President Franklin Roosevelt wanted to replace what were called the "nine old men" with youth ful liberal justices. Now, 36 years later, Douglas has become the … [Read more...] about Justice Douglas
As we begin to celebrate the 200th anniversary of our country, it is well to reflect on the unique checks and balances in our Constitution. The Founding Fathers took great care to prevent either the Executive Branch or the Congress from becoming too … [Read more...] about Federal Courts
The Senate Subcommittee on Constitutional Amendments recently approved a proposed amendment to the U.S. Constitution which would eliminate the Electoral College and replace it with a direct popular national election in which the U.S. President would … [Read more...] about Electoral College
Congress has finally demonstrated that it can, if it so chooses, crack down on some of the nonsense and waste in the Department of Health, Education and Welfare, and force the bureaucrats to comply with a sensible program that is beneficial to the … [Read more...] about Parent-Locator Law
The ancient Roman emperors used circuses and games to divert the people from addressing themselves to the possibility of self-government. The last four American Presidents have given us manned space spectaculars to divert Congress and the voters … [Read more...] about Apollo-Soyuz