If Congress authorizes a punitive strike on Syria, it must not give the president a blank check to launch an attack as he pleases.
DOMA violated gay Americans' individual rights, not states' rights.
Protesting in the streets rather than working through the political process has made the movement irrelevant.
Those who advocate curtailing or abolishing entitlement programs should not claim benefits under them.
Excluding a company from doing business in a city because of its managers' opinions is unworthy of a free society.
Judicial activism can mean upholding a law just as much as striking it down.
The big takeaways from the Afghan War? Only launch wars when national security is at stake, avoid fighting in unwinnable terrain, and avoid nation-building in undemocratic countries.
The government should phase out the current employer-based health care system gradually and empower Americans to purchase their own private health insurance directly in competitive markets.
Davis’ and Spencer’s Oscar nominations have drawn criticism from some African-Americans, who say Black actors are being rewarded for depicting subjugated servants viewed through a Caucasian lens.
Republicans must face an uncomfortable truth about the onetime “front-runner” for the GOP: Mitt Romney is just not that good at politicking.
Religious freedom, not reproductive freedom, is the issue in the contraception debate.
Gay-rights advocates in America have hearts and minds to win — not just the courts, but also their own countrymen’s.
Libertarian foreign policy would enhance international peace and harmony, not threaten it.