As you and I hit the holiday sales and enjoy a day off from work, please pause, only for a moment if you will, and let a little gratitude come out.
Phil's Recent Stories
Stories of IRS abuse are both legendary and historically accurate. It is time to repeal the income tax and the Internal Revenue Service.
"Revolution" has moved from a great sci-fi idea to a TV show that can no longer suspend a reasonable person's disbelief. The new series is in danger of falling into TV oblivion.
Veterans benefits are exempt from the March 1 deadline before sequestration kicks in, but just because there won't be direct cuts doesn't mean there won't be unintended consequences.
Prohibitive laws rarely work well and cause otherwise law-abiding citizens to become criminals. It's time to make sure our laws target the criminals instead.
Outgoing Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is set to testify before Congress on January 23rd about Benghazi. Don't expect it to put questions about a cover up to rest.
The dinosaur that is higher education is facing extinction. The only way to save it, is to adapt to the rising non-traditional forms of education.
We provide armed security in banks and airports, to NCAA and NFL coaches and staff, in many retail stores, malls, and shops. Why, then, are we opposed to armed protection in schools?
The timing of Dianne Feinstein's assault weapons ban suggests that this is a fast and furious attempt to score political points at the expense of the Bill of Rights.
Gun control doesn't work as advertised. If you take away my guns in a particular place, then it's your fault if I get shot.
There are two words I want everyone to remember: "verbatim" and "literal." In the case of the Constitution, we need to read it with the former and apply it with the latter.