Von Spakovsky: Playing Politics Is Not Unconstitutional

There aren’t many issues the U.S. Supreme Court has managed to sidestep, but political gerrymandering is one of them. Until now.

Grassley Will Not Allow Senators to Use ‘Blue Slip Courtesy’ to Block Trump’s Judicial Nominees

Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-IA) announced Monday that he will not allow any senator to abuse the “blue slip courtesy” to block a judicial nomination.

Stalking Horses

White liberals ought to stop feeling guilty so that they can be more respectful in their relationships with black Americans.

Yes, Virginia, There Is Vote Fraud

If ever there were an election that proved the importance of accurate voter rolls, it was Virginia’s on Nov. 7.

Ninth Circuit Partially Reinstates New Trump Immigration Policy – For Now

President Donald Trump’s new immigration policy is partially back in force as of late Monday, but only until the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit can decide the case’s merits.

Hillary Clinton, the DNC and the Law

Did their arrangement violate legal limits on coordination between a candidate and a party?

Vote Fraud? What Vote Fraud?

Vote fraud endangers our democratic system. It’s easy to commit and hard to detect, and no one knows for sure how often it occurs. But once it’s committed it can’t be undone.

Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman: A Harbinger of Hope to Saudi Youth

Only time will tell if this transformation will take root, but what is clear is that Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman wants his people to know that he’s in this fight for better or worse.

Judiciary Committee Sends Katsas Nom for D.C. Circuit to Senate Floor

The Senate Judiciary Committee on Thursday sent President Donald Trump’s nomination of Greg Katsas for a prestigious federal appeals court to the full Senate floor for a confirmation vote.

The Bergdahl Liberals

The proffered solution of the Bergdahl progressives to any and all inequality is to make America more like the rest of the world, not less.