The Biden administration is promoting its American Jobs Plan as an “infrastructure” proposal. In reality, it’s a gargantuan tax-and-spend package that would expand federal power and control in…

In the nine elections between 1980 and 2012, candidates with one of three names — Bush, Cheney and Romney — appeared on the GOP’s national ticket nine times. Yet today, those names are all rev…

It is past time for the feds to take the wheel on an investigation of so-called self-driving vehicles.

What could be more natural than going to Mars?

Whether you call them member items, community projects or earmarks, it’s all fundamentally the same thing: pork-barrel spending. And it’s coming back to Congress in a big way.

No one should be surprised by President Joe Biden's announcement last week of the American Families Plan, which would fund vastly expanded government social programs by slapping high earners w…

In the days preceding President Joe Biden’s release of his $1 trillion American Families Plan, Sen. Sherrod Brown, D-Ohio, and several of his Democratic colleagues lobbied for it to include a …

The big story on Fox News recently was Joe Biden’s purported “war on meat” — a breathless disclosure that the president plans to limit every American to 4 pounds of steaks a year. Republican p…

For the second time in two years, a federal judge has faulted the FBI for improperly searching for information about Americans amid the emails, texts and other communications collected by a fo…

NEW YORK (TNS) — Just when you thought we were finally finding our way out of the COVID-19 pandemic, President Joe Biden tries to pull us back in.

COLUMBUS, Ohio — On the Feast of St. Catherine of Siena, the 14th-century saint, I was surrounded by Dominican friars, priests who have dedicated their lives to God. Remembering her, we sang: …

President Joe Biden’s address to Congress focused rather heavily on domestic matters, particularly his $2.3 trillion “infrastructure” package. We didn’t hear much about foreign affairs. That’s…

Cable news programming suggestion: Instead of filling every broadcast with the latest presumptive police outrage, try covering the latest drive-by killings. Show us more of what’s really happe…

In a case that began with a teenager’s Snapchat rant against her cheerleading squad, the Supreme Court on Wednesday considered whether and when a school can punish students for what they say o…

Americans’ trust in the national news media is low and getting worse. Mainstream journalism has lost the respect of much of the public, though soul-searching and changes by the industry could …

WASHINGTON — Forty years ago, a newly elected American president declared government the source of many of the nation’s problems, reshaping the parameters of U.S. politics for decades to come.…

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