The Burr-Hatch-Upton plan is a viable alternative to the Affordable Care Act, with features that many Americans will find more attractive than current law.
The administration reasons that in ten to 15 years, the Iranian regime will improve. It is willing to gamble that future leaders of Iran won’t be even more radical than those in power now.
In the end, our refusal to accept that we know – and can control – less than we think is a refusal of our own extremely precarious human condition.
George Pell remade the Catholic Church in Australia by reforming Catholic institutions that had become sinecures for time-servers rather than launch-pads for the new evangelization. He’s now doing the same in Rome, with the unstinting support of Pope Francis.
The “doc fix” legislation moving through Congress is flawed. It will permanently increase Medicare spending and open the door to more micromanagement of physician services by the federal government.
George Weigel talks with French magazine Famille Chretienne to mark the publication of the French edition of Mr. Weigel’s book Evangelical Catholicism: Deep Reform in the 21st- Century Church.
Legislators in Georgia and other states are increasingly asking: why should a single company enjoy what is effectively a government-supported monopoly on AP testing?
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