Please indulge my once-a-year pitch.
Spending billions on political projects that are a form of reparations for murky actions that are 70 or more years old is no way to conduct public policy.
Our gross infrastructure inefficiency is a sign of national decline, and if Americans continue to be complacent about it, it will not be reversed.
The reason why the shutdown threat works is that the government now does so much that it should never have begun doing.
Public policy should aim toward increasing resilience and renewal, rather than dependence on the administrative state.
He’ll be leading the HHS Accountability Project to monitor government protections for conscience and religious-freedom rights in the health-care system.
A beautiful mind was taken from the world, but his ideas through the legacy of his words will continue to help illuminate our future.