The Florida senator has been on the national stage for four years, during which time he has distinguished himself not only as the most inspirational speaker in the Republican party but also as a serious policy innovator.
A recent email scandal is only the latest chapter in Hillary Clinton’s long history of flawed judgment at the executive level.
King v. Burwell could be an enormous opportunity for those opposed to Obamacare. But it will only offer such an opportunity if conservatives are prepared to give the states a serious alternative arrangement.
Today’s conservatives must follow Reagan’s example and reapply their principles to meet today’s economic and political realities.
Lent—the Christian walk to Jerusalem with the Lord who meets his destiny there in complete submission to the Father’s will—is an annual reminder that God is God and we aren’t.
The revelation of the secret email account that Hillary Clinton used as Secretary of State is a reminder of her long history of obsessive secrecy and administrative confusion.
In the battle over the College Board’s Advanced Placement “framework,” the real issue is whether the curriculum will teach a dogmatic progressivism or introduce students to a variety of opinions about the individuals, ideas and institutions that shaped American history.
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