Law-abiding young adults living in Vermont will soon find it much more difficult to defend themselves and their families after state lawmakers passed a bill prohibiting the sale of any firearm to individuals under 21, unless he or she completes a nearly 15-hour hunter-safety course with little practical bearing on personal self-defense.
What happens when a society stops reproducing itself? Well, we’re in the early stages of finding out.
I’m a big fan of federalism because states have the flexibility to choose good policy or bad policy.
The left's crusade against Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt should be seen for what it is — a witch hunt. We don't need any more conservatives hanged by leftists who major in criminalizing political differences and minor in slander.
As long as a politician can pass "landmark" liberal bills, his personal scandals are washed away by liberal journalists. And they call themselves idealists.
Once ISIS is defeated, Trump wants out of the war and out of Syria.
Sometimes there is no explanation for some actions. It can’t be a question of ignorance. It can’t be a mistake in judgment.
Fifty years ago yesterday, the Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. was assassinated.
President Trump – incensed by the 2,232-page, $1.3 trillion monstrosity of an omnibus appropriations bill that he just signed into law – has asked lawmakers to provide him with a line-item veto, which would allow him and future presidents to veto individual spending and tax provisions within larger bills.
The appointment of John Bolton as National Security Advisor has given rise to lively debate in American foreign policy circles. The discussion seems all the more imperative in light of the upcoming May 12 deadline for sanction waivers under the Iran nuclear deal known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA).