Puerto Rico isn’t America’s Greece, and Greece will be lucky to become Europe’s Puerto Rico.
Giving patients access to drugs they demand regardless of the science can be good politics, but it’s bad medicine.
The administration says it will not pay kidnappers, but hostages’ families may do so. To a terrorist banker, that’s just as good.
A business can operate outside the law and succeed – but not indefinitely.
Despite denials, bigotry and hypocrisy permeate the dissents in the Supreme Court action that legalized gay marriage nationwide.
The Greek soap opera seems to be reaching its climax, making way for a new tale in which the euro is replaced by the drachma.
The Supreme Court has again saved Obamacare. Now voters will have the last word, in next year’s presidential election.
The South finally capitulates, 150 years after Appomattox.
Taking politics out of IRS tax enforcement ought to be noncontroversial, but don’t count on it.