When someone talks about someone having "rights," what do they mean?
Medi-Cal wields a budget of $20.7 billion but does not quantify how much taxpayer money it spends on false-documented illegals.
Americans should tread with care on the red flag issue.
The Attorney General repeated the phrase “no collusion” several times.
This sounds suspiciously like the "bootstraps" argument which the left so often and so vehemently rejects. And it's pretty odd to hear it from Bernie Sanders.
Prominent Democrats say they oppose the idea, and even supporters say President Donald Trump could be trolling Democrats in a public relations move.
Philadelphia’s soda tax raised $79 million in its first year, but critics say the levy is regressive and falls disproportionately on the city's minority populations.
Fair play should be anything but controversial.
What exactly is a slave?
Today is Tax Day, the day when individual income tax returns are due to the federal government.
Could illegal immigration soon taper off... just not for the reasons we think?
Camille Paglia said something the other day that triggered a group of whinypants college students at Philadelphia’s University of the Arts.
The lack of access to electricity is having an unprecedented humanitarian impact on the Venezuelan population.
A dangerous precedent is being set.
In some ways, AOC’s style captures perfectly our current predicament. Rhetoric is more important than results, and hubris in the name of virtue more admirable than the humble ordering of one’s own life.
A full-blown war is raging against the Electoral College.
Clear-thinking Americans fear a headlong plunge into the same ideological swamp that has ruined so many other economies and lament that there seems to be no way to stop it.
A U.S. judge on Monday temporarily barred the Trump administration from enforcing its “Remain in Mexico” policy, which returns asylum-seekers back to Mexico while they await a hearing.
When we pull back the curtain, the evidence that Fox News, and Rupert Murdoch, created and sustained our current political moment, appears far more circumstantial.
Truth is the best antidote to hatred. Not my truth and your truth, but the conviction that it is possible for both of us to reach agreement on the truth of things with reason, evidence and dialogue.
Owning and shooting a gun promotes self-reliance, personal responsibility, and community.
Young men need authority structures to belong to, and in lieu of that, some are turning to hate.
Let’s face it, our southern border is a hot mess. At least the administration is trying to do something about it. The alternative is amnesty and open borders.
The future is neither 1984 nor Brave New World. It’s a mix of both.
Why is it we can no longer laugh at ourselves, our neighbors, and our respective quirks?
It seems likely the FAMILY Act will cost substantially more than advocates claim...
Over the last few generations, America’s elites have stood in the way of the working class’s pursuit of the American dream by devising, and then tenaciously defending, policies that actually impede upward economic mobility.
By using a patent falsehood and disregarding key facts, the Post paints a picture of illegal immigration and crime that is diametrically opposed to reality.