National Commentary

National Commentary

How the GOP should handle the Iran framework

Now that President Obama has announced a framework agreement with Iran, calling it “a good deal, a deal that meets our core objectives,” what should...


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If you want kids to learn math, stop teaching it

The U.S. has a math problem. Despite all the time, energy and money the country has thrown into finding better ways to teach the subject, American children keep...


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Banks need more capital

Global financial regulators are still at work on rules aimed at ensuring that the world’s most systemically important banks can weather a crisis without...


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Road signs for every occasion

Next to Interstate 15, about 45 miles south of Las Vegas, sit three mysterious structures that look like gigantic table lamps giving off blinding light. A pet...


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Can VA budget handle private physician care?

An actuarial firm under contract to the Department of Veterans Affairs estimates that allowing veterans who live more than 40 miles from needed VA health care to...




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The Democrats win in Indiana after conservatives cave

March Madness hit Indiana hard this week. It had nothing to do with the NCAA's Final Four Championship, which came to Indianapolis on Saturday. And despite what...


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The left's war on Indiana

A national firestorm has erupted over an Indiana law that, in all essentials, mirrors the legal standard protecting religious liberty in all federal courts and 31...


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GOP candidates the new televangelists

Last week, the junior senator from Texas, Ted Cruz, kicked off the 2016 Republican primary season at a university founded by televangelist Jerry Falwell. Liberty...


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Atheism has race, gender problems

CNN’s special report on atheists this week didn’t draw many viewers, and has been kickedaround a bit in the blogosphere. Certainly the program had its...


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Reid leaves a legacy of obstruction

With Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid announcing on Friday that he won’t seek re-election in 2016, this may be a rare instance in which the retirement of an...


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