War, War, What is it Good For?

  By Andrew P. Napolitano September 5, 2013   President Obama’s request for express congressional authorization for a limited aerial invasion of Syria raises profound legal and constitutional questions. For starters, there is simply no legal basis in international law to support an American invasion of Syria. Yet, notwithstanding that, federal law permits the president to […]

Bold New Vision of the Same Old Thing

Bush’s Education Program Repeats Past Failures by Marshall Fritz  January 30, 2001 Every year, Lucy would convince Charlie Brown that this time she’d let him kick the football. After a bit of cajoling, good ol’ Charlie Brown would try again and “AAARGH!!”, our hero lies flat on his back.   So it is with “education reform.” […]

The Return of Big Government

by DAVID BOAZ JANUARY 1, 2009 It’s been a long time since a U.S. election generated feelings of actual joy beyond the ranks of partisan activists. If Barack Obama hasn’t yet ushered in a new “era of good feelings,” all Americans can take pride in the demise of yet another glass ceiling in a nation conceived […]