The Kentucky Derby will draw in millions of viewers, and thousands of people will travel to Churchill Downs to watch the race. But the Derby also brings in human traffickers,… read more Sex trafficking, the dirty side of the Kentucky Derby
Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi is being treated in hideout two months after attack while deputy leader Abu Alaa al-Afri runs terror group intent on revenge The leader of the Islamic State… read more Isis leader incapacitated with suspected spinal injuries after air strike
Can the New Jersey governor’s personal appeal keep campaign hopes alive after a friend’s guilty plea and two conspiracy indictments against allies? If he follows through on a planned campaign-style… read more Bridgegate baggage weighs down Chris Christie’s trip to New Hampshire
A young man named Chuck bought a horse from a farmer for $250. The farmer agreed to deliver the horse the next day. The next day, the farmer drove up… read more A Young Man Named Chuck Bought a Horse From a Farmer for $250. The Farmer Agreed To…
Mark Skousen, “The stock market and the economy are two different things.”– Milton Friedman The Nasdaq last week finally hit an all-time high, surpassing the 5,000 level achieved 15 years… read more Will a Weak Economy Derail the Bull Market?
John C. Goodman, At last count there were about three dozen potential candidates for president on the Republican side. Although Hillary Clinton is the expected Democratic nominee, should she falter,… read more Is There a Dime’s Worth of Difference between the Two Major Parties?
Paul Driessen, Our scientific method and traditions of free speech and open debate are under assault as never before, by intolerant inquisitors in our media, universities, government agencies, and even… read more Silencing Skeptics, Conservatives and Free Speech
Former President Bill Clinton and daughter Chelsea left earlier this week on a nine-day tour through Africa with a plane-full of family foundation donors and Hillary Clinton supporters in tow,… read more Loyalty Rewards? Clinton donors, allies on Africa ‘safari’ with ex-president
Rage turned to relief in Baltimore Friday when the city’s top prosecutor charged six police officers with felonies ranging from assault to murder in the death of Freddie Gray. State’s… read more Baltimore protesters breathe sigh of relief after officers charged in Freddie Gray’s death