The Change Liberals Want Most

BY PHYLLIS SCHLAFLY If liberals could change the United States Constitution any way they like, what would they most want to change? The answer is in a new book by former Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens, who for more than three decades wrote liberal decisions, before retiring in 2010 and … Continue reading

Obamacare Versus the U.S. Constitution

BY ALAN CARUBA In a nation where Congress has already determined how much water your toilet tank can hold and whether you can purchase a 100-watt incandescent light bulb, the assertion of federal power is now so great and so unbounded that a case concerning the 2010 Patient Protection and … Continue reading

America’s Dark Mood

By Alan Caruba It is possible for an entire nation to suffer depression? Not the financial, but the emotional kind. I have not spoken to anyone, however, that has expressed any optimism about the state of the nation and the air is full of conspiracy theories regarding what new action Barack … Continue reading

System Failure on a Global Scale

By Alan Caruba We are living in times when the structures involving the global financial system, national security, and self-governance are under attack, decaying, or just self-destructing due to all the ills to which humanity is prone. Wars in the twentieth century were always an example of … Continue reading