Saudi Arabia at UN: Hypocritical but Justified

To place violent criminals alongside police officers on a council tasked with upholding the law would be contrary to justice and good sense alike. To grant both the officers and the criminals the ability to veto one another’s proposals would only be worse, as only the criminals could benefit from such a system. The officers … More Saudi Arabia at UN: Hypocritical but Justified

Obama’s Advantage in the Government Shutdown

In recent weeks, the Republican Party, whatever the flawed analysis of American intellectuals and intelligentsia, has behaved admirably throughout the budgetary and debt ceiling battles. They began with the goal of halting the impending train wreck of Obamacare in its tracks by defunding its implementation. When Harry Reid’s Senate rejected the proposal, the Republicans instead … More Obama’s Advantage in the Government Shutdown

Obama Exploits, Not Assists, Youths Through Obamacare

From the earliest days of Obamacare, the president and his supporters touted the bill as being a godsend for American youths. In addition to mandating that insurance companies keep young people on their parents’ plans until the age of twenty-six, the bill mandates coverage for persons with preexisting conditions and mandatory coverage for contraception in … More Obama Exploits, Not Assists, Youths Through Obamacare

Senator Cruz’s Call to Principle

Sen. Ted Cruz’s stand on the Senate floor has officially concluded after twenty-one hours and nineteen minutes, cementing his speech’s place as the fourth longest in the history of the US Senate. More importantly, Sen. Cruz’s speech has solidified his place among the GOP’s emerging young leadership. His speech began at 2:41pm on Tuesday afternoon … More Senator Cruz’s Call to Principle

Constitutional Crisis: Syria and Congress’s War Power

“The President does not have power under the Constitution to unilaterally authorize a military attack in a situation that does not involve stopping an actual or imminent threat to the nation.” – Senator Barack Obama, 2008 Five years removed from the lofty rhetoric of the 2008 presidential election, President Obama has all but turned his … More Constitutional Crisis: Syria and Congress’s War Power