Former Sec-State would be disastrous veep choice.
Daniel J. Flynn
The DirecTV-Viacom cable war is intense because nothing of value
is at stake.
As it discovers new “disorders,” the DSM guidebook for
psychotherapists should dispose of Post-Traumatic Stress.
Andrew B. Wilson
There’s no reason the states should participate in the
president’s Bernie Madoff-type scheme.
What’s behind the Republican surge against vulnerable Democrat
Bill Nelson in Florida Senate race.
The real problem is how they misdirect and misallocate economic
George H. Wittman
Breaking up with Assad is costing Prime Minister Erdogan big
As far back as the 1920s, a huge cut in the highest income tax
rate led to a huge increase in the amount of tax revenue collected
by the federal government. Why?
(Editor’s Note: Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy, a
Reagan appointee, has over decades traveled a winding path
from solid jurisprudence to judicial shenanigans. Yet in the
court’s recent ruling on Obamacare, he sided with those willing to
strike down the law entirely. Has Kennedy’s pendulum swung
home for good?)
| from the February 1993 issue
Is it the Greenhouse Effect that has turned Anthony Kennedy into
the Harry Blackmun of our time — that is, a Justice who