GOP probably won’t be able to repeal and replace, but Obamacare will financially bleed to death.
Monthly Archives: November 2015
Trumpism is new? Poor Pat Buchanan.
Far from being new, Pat Buchanan ran for president on the same grievances as Trump.
Flake’s call to arms
Flake is right about Congress formally authorizing military action against Islamic State.
Disappointing tiff over Syrian refugees
Evaluating the program for infiltration vulnerabilities is merited, but the House bill is a turkey.
Are universities a societal detriment?
Universities and colleges have become indoctrination centers for identity and grievance politics. Should a college degree still be required for a white-collar professional job?
Getting beyond the Paris attack blame game
If domestic politics are set aside, there is a reachable national consensus on fighting Islamic State.
Administrative amnesty appeal is risky
A loss at the Supreme Court would make it easier for a Republican president to rescind the program without offering a legislative alternative.
State GOP promotes judicial activism
The way Tucson elects its city council may be unfair, but it shouldn’t be deemed unconstitutional.
Clinton’s revealing Veterans Health gaffe
Usually politicians should be given wide berth on verbal gaffes, but this one said a lot.
What does the U.S. want to achieve in the Middle East?
Large foreign policy constructs should be viewed with suspicion, but even an ad hoc policy should be able to answer that question.