Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich offered a “defense” of President Barack Obama during the closing day of the Conservative Political Action Conference on Saturday.Read More
Have you heard of the Jawbone Up? The Fitbit? The Nike Fuel Band?
Even if you don’t recognize the names of these fitness accessories that connect to your smartphone to track your daily exercise and sleeping patterns, chances are you’ve seen them. They’re suddenly on wrists everywhere.Read More
The United States has been rudely reminded that Russia is a major power with different values, ambitions and goals than America’s.
Putin’s brazen move to assert Russian interests, in Crimea in particular and Ukraine in general, seems to have come as a shock to many leaders in the Obama administration and to most of the American news media.Read More
I have been writing over the past several months about the conflict between pioneers of the future and prison guards of the past. As I describe in my new book, Breakout, there is an old order of bureaucrats, regulators, and lobbyists who use their power to prop up the past and block the future in field after field. Today, I want to share updates on two fronts: transportation and learning.Read More
Obama’s gutting of our armed forces could make us vulnerable to the greatest disaster for the U.S. military in half a century.
The Obama administration announced this week that it would shrink the Army to its smallest size since before World War II. This is a dangerous decision that projects weakness to our enemies and our friends alike.Read More
Obamacare so far has been a disaster of incompetence, with the federal government bungling critical parts of the implementation. This experience hasn’t shaken the left’s confidence in big government bureaucracy, however. Many liberals believe Obamacare is failing because the government takeover didn’t go far enough. What we really need, they explain, is a single-payer system–one run entirely by the bureaucrats.Read More