In this case of “is an American adult smarter than an Egyptian first-grader,” the victor is clear.
The likelihood an innocent person will be injured or killed with a so-called ‘assault weapon’ is slim by any standard – let alone the standard that should be met before interfering with the freedoms of American citizens.
In what is perhaps the heyday of government overreach, the Constitution is still fighting for us, serving one of its most important purposes – protecting the liberty of the few against the tyranny of the many.
I delivered the following remarks on February 23, 2013 at the Eighth Annual Wisconsin Conservative Conference, Bluemound Gardens, Wauwatosa, Wisconsin. Thank you for the introduction, thank you all for being[...]
The Washington Post’s John Feinstein — one of the great real sports journalists in America — used the latest, scandalous developments in the NCAA’s investigation of the University of Miami[...]
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In a blog I used to write for regularly before joining Heartland, I used to specialize in take-downs of Peggy Noonan. Bless her heart, but she never really got Barack Obama, and[...]
As usual, the great folks at ReasonTV take a logical, revealing and eye-roll-inducing look at dogma. This time, they decided to probe exactly how “pro-choice” some attendees of the Democratic[...]
Heartland Institute research fellow Benjamin Domenech, who is also editor of our Health Care News, was a guest today on “The War Room” on Glenn Beck’s Web-based network The Blaze.[...]
(Reactions to recent events by Harrison Schmitt — Heartland Institute Board member, former U.S. Senator (R-N.M.), and the last man (and first scientist) to set foot on the moon. (Cross-posted at America’s Uncommon Sense): The “Patient Protection[...]
The Supreme Court’s 5-4 decision holding the Obamacare individual mandate is constitutional was based on grounds not addressed by the parties to the suit. Thus debate was squelched on the[...]
Today marks the second anniversary of the signing of President Obama’s health care takeover, a law which now hangs in the balance before the Supreme Court. But there is another[...]
I came across the quote of the week. This is from Ron Kirby, the transportation planning coordinator for the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments, in an article in The Washington Post[...]