If you work hard, pay your bills, pay your taxes, raise your kids, go to church and make prudent choices about your life, to Jonathan Gruber, and those in his circle, you are an unsophisticated rube.
Whatever else happens with Obamacare, one thing is fairly certain. The next proposed big-government solution to a real or perceived big societal problem is likely to be met with considerable skepticism.
For the first time in a lifetime, a liberal president will bear clear and undeniable responsibility for the results of his own liberal policies.
Conservatives believe in the sanctity of individual property rights. Liberals believe that those who are well off should be compelled to forfeit wealth for the greater good.
The human capacity for self-delusion is the only thing that explains why the left continues to cling to a tired and discredited belief system.
For a few days on vacation with my family in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado, the cool air, the absence of a television and a paucity of cell service worked to shield me from the constant drip of bad economic news. But of course, it couldn’t last.
Since 1960, the country has been in a tug-of-war between those on the right that believe that one can only be truly free when one accepts full responsibility for one’s own life…
Two years ago last week, then Senator Obama won the Minnesota Democratic primary and in so doing clinched the party’s nomination for president.
In about 1983, when I was a first-time general manager of a radio station in Oklahoma City, I decided to do something nice for the employees.
The Texas gubernatorial election fight is on. It will be over in March. The general election in November is a formality. The fight is between Kay Bailey Hutchison, currently the senior senator from Texas and incumbent Rick Perry. Both are Republicans and the two will duke it out for the Republican nomination in the March primary. Whoever wins that primary will be the governor. (The eventual Democratic nominee is roughly analagous to the Washington Generals....