Earth Day is upon us, and with it come the usual predictions that doom is upon the planet. But how good is the prediction track record of environmental doomsters? Over the last 50 years, they've been batting a 1.000 -- all wrong:
Former Federal Reserve Board chairman Alan Greenspan had some troubling words about what he says could be the biggest drag on U.S.
Federal income taxes are due April 15 and, even for those who will not owe Uncle Sam this year, tax day still brings anxiety, doubt, and a little grumbling.
The increasingly crowded Democratic presidential field broadly agrees on policy. One item in particular, though, could shake up the field: reparations for slavery.
National Review's David French is no fan of the president. However, Mr.
Senate Republicans have had enormous success in getting the president's judicial nominees through the conformation process, and on to the federal bench. But that doesn't mean there aren't still a number of ways Demcorats can slow down, and sometimes completely derail, nominees.