Hugo Chavez Gives Heating Aid to U.S. Poor Following Obama Budget Cuts

While President Obama and Congress cut aid to the neediest Americans, Venezuela steps in to help.

Why Government Can't Be Run Like a Business

Government and business have inherent differences that prevent them from being run the same.

To Strengthen America's Public Education System, Cut School Sports

When a quarter of a million teachers nationwide face lay-off and academic programs are on the block, extracurricular sports programs should go first.

What Do I Do If I Have An STD? Symptoms and Treatment Options

There are 19 million new STD infections each year, of which almost half are among millennials. Here are 5 tips for prevention & treatment if you are sexually active.

From Chris Christie to Marco Rubio, the 2016 Primaries Will Feature Amazing GOP Talent

This is the year the Republican old guard end their political careers. But 2016 will feature some of the best young talent in a generation.

A Better Tax System: The Progressive Consumption Tax

The progressive consumption tax encourages work and investment, discourages conspicuous consumption, and has support from economists on the left and right.

Air Travel Has Changed For the Worse Over the Decade

Until 9/11, flights were enjoyable and travel easy. That has changed in the last 10 years.

What's Your Favorite Martin Luther King, Jr. Quote?

On MLK Day, share your favorite Martin Luther King, Jr. quote.

Why Martin Luther King Jr. Would Not Get Along With Mitt Romney or Barack Obama

Were MLK alive today, he would find no friends in the American political establishment.

Say No to a Preemptive Strike on Iran

A military strike on Iran is nonsensical. The mission cannot be a guaranteed success, it is playing with fire in terms of the global economy, and it risks backlash against the U.S.

Iran Must Not Get a Nuclear Weapon

If sanctions fail and Iran is on the verge of obtaining a nuclear weapon, then Israel should take the necessary and proper action to defend itself with the help of the U.S.

Jon Huntsman Quits Ahead of South Carolina Primary, Makes Way for Mitt Romney, Ron Paul

Huntsman retired from the GOP presidential race on Sunday, and will endorse Mitt Romney ahead of the South Carolina primaries.

For Mitt Romney, Politics Are an Extension of Business

Romney approaches politics with a business ethos that puts a premium on giving people what they want. Therefore, he is not wedded to a set of political principles.

Comparing America's Housing, Tax, and Monetary Systems With Other Western Countries

A comparative approach to public policy will prove useful, especially in the realms of housing, taxation, and monetary policy.