A Labor Strike in the Emerald Isle

Galway, Ireland – Civil servants in the Republic of Ireland are planning a one-day strike across the country to protest the government’s plan to cut their salaries. From the Irish Times: Senior ...

Who’s Really ‘Astroturfing’?

When it comes to criticizing these health-care town-hall meetings, liberals are getting one thing right — there’s some serious “astroturfing” going on. Too bad all the orchestrated “grassroots” activity seems ...
Politics & Policy

Tweaking the Census

The integrity of the United States Census may be at risk. That’s certainly what some Republicans are concerned about in the Obama era. For years, liberals have rightly pointed out that ...

A YouTube Sensation Visits Heritage

“Honor the vision of your founders.” That’s the message to Americans from one of the United Kingdom’s most eloquent defenders of free markets and free people. Daniel Hannan, a British member ...

Don’t Forget About Belarus

John, it’s certainly a great thing to see Communists on the outs in Moldova. But while the Times has it right about Moldova’s being the “last ruling Communist party” in ...

The White House Beer Summit

Today’s racial-healing beerfest at the White House will have a patriotic flair to it. President Obama planned the bull session with Harvard professor Henry Louis Gates and Cambridge Police Sergeant ...

Tea Partiers in the Old Dominion

Are Democrats getting desperate in the Virginia attorney general’s race? In a sign that things may not be going well for Democratic candidate Steve Shannon, a new Facebook campaign targets ...
Politics & Policy

Doctor’s Orders

One of the most important opponents of Barack Obama’s health-care agenda may be a relatively unknown senator from America’s least populous state. Republican John Barrasso of Wyoming, who entered the ...