If the deficit 'super committee' is serious about finding $1.5 trillion in cuts over the next decade, they will have no choice but to do as the Founding Fathers would have done – bring the troops home and drastically reduce America's foreign military presence.
The US current shortage of jobs isn't from a lack of spending, it's from a lack of private investment.
Readers write about the meaning of the Constitution's 'common good,' why Iran is right to be wary of the US, and why India will be watching Hillary Clinton's visit to China.
Readers write about whether the US economy will do better if its left alone, and why Africa needs property rights laws as well as enterprise.
A lesson from Great Depression, historians say, is that Roosevelt didn't spend enough to jolt economy into recovery.