Clay A. Dumas
If Obama maintains any aspirations of passing the significant portions of his agenda, what alternative does he have?
Considering itslimited interest in the outcome of this war and the political cost of staying involved, there is something heartening about the fact that Europe continues to show such solidarity with us.
As a country, our collective credit-card debt now tops $960 billion. To shame that these costs fall on the shoulders of those who are least well positioned to shoulder them.
Speaking to friends back in Ashtabula over the last couple of days I tried to get a sense of attitudes toward Obama and the state of the union.
Why not propose a surtax on the wealthiest Americans to pay for an Afghan surge and, for that matter, to pay for the entire Afghan war from this point forward?
At the end of last month, although I knew the funds in my checking account were running low, I nevertheless chose to pay for lunch with my debit card.
On Wednesday night, during the commercial breaks of “So You Think You Can Dance,” I caught a few minutes of
LOS ANGELES, Calif.—I recently returned stateside from a trip to France and Holland where I was visiting family. Over the
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif.—This summer I'm interning at the San Francisco offices of a Chinese solar panel company, which by some
“Starve the beast” has been the mantra of anti-tax Republicans for decades. But, so far, depriving the “beast”—big government—of revenue
Environmentalists, rejoice! Last week, the Environmental Protection Agency finalized a report classifying carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases as pollutants,
Since the new administration took office, Republicans have been seemingly bereft of ideas for fixing the economy. House Speaker Nancy
How is it that, after winning more votes than any presidential candidate before him and having the largest Democratic congressional
In the coming months, the Obama administration will give us a better sense of what American foreign policy will look