The environmental apocalypse crowd enaged in a global "strike" recently to draw attention to what it believes is our impending doom. Unless, of course, we dramatically and permanently change our ways.
Is the federal government creeping toward a possible shutdown near Thanksgiving? It's a possibility.
The growing chorus of those who believe the Earth faces doom, and humanity its destruction, has gotten much louder in recent months. The planet, we are lectured, faces an apocalypse brought on by carbon and capitalism. We must repent for our industrial age sins, preferrably by surrendering our freedoms and electing socialist politicians.
We're not shy about criticizing federal spending, and the growing bipartisan lack of political will to restrain it.
The federal government's debt-fueled spending spree is much bigger than even the government is willing to admit (at least without a lot of digging).
Democratic presidential candidate Beto O'Rourke's quest to regain a hint of relevance in the party primary has taken him down the road to gun confiscation. It's an extremely risky proposition, and one gun control advocates have largely tried to avoid over the years.
A couple of items that may get lost in the flood of stories about the attack on Saudi Arabia's oil fields...
The Government Accountability Office found the Interior Department violated federal law when it re-opened national parks during the most recent government shutdown:
Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren made headlines recently when she promised to ban fracking in the United States if she's elected president.
Buried in the recent Democratic talk-a-thon about climate change was a question posed to Sen.
There are times when self-parody goes beyond humor, and becomes pathetic. San Francisco's politicans have done just that. Writing in the Wall Street Journal, Walter Olson tells how the local board of supervisors declared the NRA and its members a domestic terrorist group.