Modernizing the CBO
It’s time reform the process of “scoring” proposed legislation in a more modern, transparent direction.
Best Shot for GOP in 2016? Look to the Governors
To win in 2016, Republicans need to rely on a model of positive governance that suits the public mood better than the liberal or conservative models Washington has on tap.
What Will the GOP’s Senate Takeover Mean for Judicial Nominations?
Senate Republicans should give President Obama’s judicial nominees the same treatment that Senate Democrats offered Republican nominees in the recent past.
Ukrainian Lessons for the West
The Maidan “revolution of dignity” in Ukraine has reminded those with eyes to see and ears to hear of truths that form the moral and cultural foundation of the Western experiment in democracy and ordered liberty.
Ecumenism and Russian State Power
For the past year, top leaders of the Russian Orthodox Church have functioned as agents of Russian state power in matters having to do with Ukraine.
Obama’s Perverse Moral Compass
President Obama continues to insult, snub, and humiliate Israel while secretly and increasingly openly courting the terror regime in Iran.
Thomas Piketty’s proposed solution for wealth inequality would lead to massive accumulations of power in the hands of the ‘expert advisors’ — in other words in the hands of people like Piketty.
George Weigel talks with Major-Archbishop Sviatoslav Shevchuk about the quest for a new and reformed Ukraine.
The Triumph of De-Demonization
The Democrats’ tactic of demonizing Republicans has not just run its course, but it’s also beginning to boomerang.
Health Care Policy After The Mid-Term Elections
The GOP Congress won’t be able to repeal Obamacare over the next two years. But it can make progress toward that goal with smart incremental changes and development of a sound replacement plan.