By Dr. Paul Kengor
Editor’s note: This article first appeared at The American Spectator.
It was October 19, 1984--30 years ago this week. A gentle, courageous, and genuinely holy priest, Jerzy Popieluszko, age 37, found himself in a... More ›
By Drew Johnson
America's largest environmental group just admitted to earning millions of dollars each year from oil.
The Nature Conservancy routinely guilt trips Americans about using... More ›
There are now more job openings in the United States than at any point since January 2001. Across the country, there were 4.8 million open positions (according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics--BLS) as of the end of August. That figure is almost... More ›
By Sheldon Richman
A 19-year-old Chicago-area man was arrested last weekend for attempting to help the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS). The U.S. government says Mohammed Hamzah Khan,... More ›
Overall Texas earnings are rising faster than those of any other state. For the second quarter in a row, the Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA--part of the US Department of Commerce) found that... More ›
By Dr. R.B.A. DiMuccio
Most conservatives instinctively and correctly oppose Common Core. The issue becomes muddy when a few high-profile conservatives appear to be in favor of it. Such support... More ›
By Dick Resch
Looking to get rich? Try welding.
For the third consecutive year, positions in the skilled trades are the hardest to fill, according to a Manpower Group survey of American... More ›
By Dr. Earl Tilford
In the early morning of September 23, 2014, American air forces--joined by the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, and Jordan--began striking targets in Syria as part of ongoing operations against the terrorist group... More ›
The current oil surge is generating millions of jobs across the United States. One of the key drivers of activity is the opening of unconventional oil- and natural gas-bearing formations through... More ›