Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia was a quote machine in his vehement dissent against this week’s majority opinion upholding Obamacare. The Supreme Court’s ruling pretty much “ignores the American people’s decision to give Congress ‘[a]ll legislative powers enumerated in the Constitution,'” he warned. Nevertheless, Obamacare is here to stay — at least for the foreseeable future. Hey, take a cue from Scalia: Just call it “SCOTUScare.”
A number of Republicans in the House Freedom Caucus are making a not-too-subtle overture toward their Democratic peers that, if carried to its logical conclusion, would result in the removal of Rep. John Boehner (R-Ohio) as speaker of the House.
The Transportation Security Administration is pretty good at hassling travelers, but it is far less effective when it comes to finding dangerous contraband. ReasonTV’s resident satirical songwriter Remy has taken note with a parody of a teenybopper classic.
Amazon.com, which announced it would halt all sales of Confederate-themed merchandise, appears to have enacted its self-imposed ban only at its American storefront.
If you liked the government’s massive 2009 Wall Street bailout, “Bailout Bush” ought to be your man in 2016. That’s according to an ad slamming former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush’s record on supporting government bailouts and his past personal financial ties.
The tireless Harry Reid (D-Nev.) is calling on Congress to expand universal background checks on firearms, arguing that refusing to do so exemplifies “the definition of insanity.”
American Enterprise Institute resident scholar and former professor Christina Hoff Sommers discusses how “fainting couch feminism” is destroying free speech on university campuses and freedom in general.
Comedy is transgressive by nature, so it’s not surprising that a ton of America’s most successful and innovative comedians are loathe to schedule stops on college campuses.
Sen. Rand Paul has reintroduced legislation aimed at increasing congressional transparency by forcing lawmakers to read bills and limiting the subjects of legislative proposals to one topic.
What do you get an absentee father for Father’s Day? Mostly just the kind of stuff that general deadbeats crave. But for those of you who’ve stayed the course, we salute you: Happy Father’s Day!
If a federal employee had any thought of suing the federal government for failing to protect his personal information, that employee may want to think again.
Black activists in Charleston, South Carolina, fear that Wednesday night’s mass murder at a historically black church will spark race riots in the city.
Scholar, diplomat and researcher Haroon K. Ullah draws on his research and experience living in Pakistan to attempt an explanation of what drives individuals to Islamic extremism. Ullah doesn’t believe it’s as simple as a lack of jobs, as some State Department officials have suggested.
A new report from the Office of Inspector General for the Department of Health and Human Services reveals that $2.8 billion in Obamacare subsidies may have been awarded to the wrong people — and for the wrong amount of money.