Daniel Foster investigates charges of racism against the Department of Agriculture.
Katrina Trinko reports on two governors’ tussle with public-employee unions.
Conrad Black shames President Obama for proposing an irresponsible budget.
James Capretta observes that even the president doesn’t take his budget seriously.
Victor Davis Hanson encourages House Republicans to kill farm subsidies.
Brian Bolduc examines John Boehner’s attempt to revive school vouchers in D.C.
Daniel Pipes wonders if the Egyptian military will shepherd that country to democracy.
Clifford May suggests a more neoconservative foreign policy to advance U.S. interests in Egypt.
Deroy Murdock offers his impressions from a trip to Rwanda.
Jay Nordlinger dubs U.N. ambassador Susan Rice the anti-John Bolton.