Clinging to polarizing ideologies is comfortable, sometimes profitable. But you can find persuasive arguments on both sides of the divide. And, like me, you might find that some of your political opposites' ideas make sense.
Even economists don't fully understand the complicated global economy. .
Capital punishment is vengeance masquerading as justice. No matter how heinous the crime, we lose our moral highground when we allow killing as a punishment for murder.
If China wants less American influence in the region, it must rein in the North Korean regime.
And it is. Ireland has resisted European pressure to raise its 12.5 percent corporate tax rate as part of a debt bailout deal. The rate is what fed this now weakened 'Celtic tiger' in the first place. The US could learn from this.
After the North Korean attack on a South Korean island, Obama sends an aircraft carrier to the Yellow Sea -- irritating China, which may be the point. Beijing needs to rein in its wily ally.
‘But I need them!’ I exclaimed. Gently, my wife asked, ‘When did you last use them?’
Last-ditch, often far-fetched, use of military force alone won’t bring resolution to the complexities of conflict and genocide prevention in Africa.
A new poll shows 70 percent of Americans support profiling that singles out terrorist suspects for extra screening. What's the best way to profile?
The North Korean attack on a South Korean island not only killed soldiers but injured civilians. The provocation comes 60 years after the North invaded the South. What is the North's aim this time?
Despite sensational scandals, antidoping efforts – and a shift in values – are restoring integrity.
He reminds us that Thanksgiving is a time to 'lay aside the troubles and disagreements of the day and bow our heads in humble recognition of the providence bestowed upon our Nation.'