The Biden Agenda: Can Joe Walk a Fine Line on Climate Change?

He vows to spend big, but even that might not placate climate hawks.

No, College Kids Aren’t All Reckless or Selfish

There are risks in returning to campus, but polling shows that members of Gen Z are being cautious and aware.

Between War and Capitulation

As we deal with aggression from China, Iran, and Russia, it’s time to dust off the Reagan Doctrine.

The Strength in American Self-Improvement

Not doing so gives credibility to our enemies when they attempt to shame us.

Republicans Should Be Playing Offense on Economic Relief

Why are they letting Democrats lead the way on the next round of stimulus?

This Is Not The Great Depression … Yet

So let’s be sure to avoid the counterproductive measures of the New Deal.

What We Lose With Jury Trials on Hold

Jury service reminds everyday people of how vibrant and alive our democracy truly is.

What If We Tried a Real Quarantine?

Voluntary social distancing has helped, but governments have ignored the most powerful tool they have.

Some Georgia Businesses Can Reopen. But Will They?

As Atlanta's mayor speaks out against the governor's plan, some business owners will stay closed out of caution and other concerns.

The Man Who Cried Wolf

When everything is a national security threat, nothing is.

Stop Blaming Impeachment for Trump’s Coronavirus Response

If impeaching the president is a bad idea because it might distract him from a crisis, doing something worthy of impeachment is a bad idea too.

On Coronavirus, Can Trump Tell Us What We Need to Hear?

How bad the epidemic gets will depend largely on how motivated the U.S. population is in resisting it.

The Math Doesn’t Work: Utopian Progressive Tax Plans Don’t Add Up

Maybe we should pay for our current commitments before we embark on other spending programs.

Think Local. Act Locally.

Rebuilding the conservative movement starts with strengthening our own communities, not worrying about what's going on in Washington.