Authors
Ted Hadzi-Antich

The Supreme Court will hear its first oral argument during the October 2018-2019 term in the case of Weyerhaeuser Co. v. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, which involves a smorgasbord of issues focusing on whether a federal government agency has…

TOM BETHELL’s “Black Plight: Conflict With Unions” (TAS, April 2013) touches on something very important: human nature. The human nature that the Founders of our country and the authors of the U.S. Constitution clearly understood and feared. The fears of those great…

Correspondence: I SUBSCRIBE TO MANY magazines, and try to read most of them. Of course, I’m saving up National Geographic until I’m paralyzed, retired, or dead. I’ve noticed that my favorites, like The American Spectator, National Review, Weekly Standard, and…

Good evening. I’m Marco Rubio. I’m blessed to represent Florida in the United States Senate. Let me begin by congratulating President Obama on the start of his second term. Tonight, I have the honor of responding to his State of…

I speak to you tonight from Washington, D.C. The state of our union is no doubt strong. Our people remain the greatest example of freedom and prosperity the world has ever known. People say America is exceptional. I agree, but…

The first State of the Union address of President’s Obama’s second term is almost upon us. And while most conservatives aren’t exactly savoring another harangue from our scold-in-chief, we decided there must be some insight, and perhaps even some optimism,…

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