The big story that’s simultaneously being spotlighted from the Vatican to the White House, from Oxfam to newly elected Mayor Bill de Blasio in New York City, is economic inequality and the purportedly overly-skewed and unjust distribution of wealth.
One of the things that attracted me to the political left, as a young man, was a belief that leftists were for "the people."
With outrage growing across the political spectrum over a deeply controversial new addition to the U.S. tax regime known as the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act, or FATCA, the Republican National Committee voted overwhelmingly this week to adopt a resolution calling for its repeal.
Japanese media reports that the country's trade representatives are demanding certain concessions on tariffs before joining the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP).
Fifty years and trillions of dollars after the "war on poverty" was launched, it is painfully clear that there is more dependency than ever.
A new film entitled Cesar Chavez, American Hero will invade American theaters this Spring. I’m calling on all patriotic Americans to boycott and picket this piece of Hollywood propaganda trash and give Cesar Chavez the place in American history he actually deserves. Cesar Chavez was a left-wing con artist of the first order. I expect as much honesty from a film based on Hollywood’s version of his life.
There was a time when Barack Obama claimed to believe that raising the national debt ceiling was a “sign of leadership failure” and proof of “reckless fiscal policies” — not to mention the horrors of “shifting the burden of bad choices today onto the backs of our children and grandchildren.”
Words seem to carry far more weight than facts among those liberals who argue as if rent control laws actually control rents and gun control laws actually control guns.
It’s said that “history” is written by the winners, skewing it one way or another. In recent times, history has been unmade by media — as FDR and Charles Lindbergh exemplify.
Highland Park, Detroit's "own Detroit", has run out of time and money. Bankruptcy of the city once considered Detroit's crown jewel is inevitable.