Scott W. Johnson uncovers a previously unknown document by Walter Mondale from 1956, when as a law student he argued against
campaign finance reform.
We need to recover an idea that goes beyond smaller government. We shall have to understand once again what are the limits upon government, limits that are written in our own natures, limits shared by those who rule as much as those who are ruled, writes Larry P. Arnn.
A primer on how the civil rights gains of the 1960s strayed from the noble idea of equality of opportunity to the corrupted notion of equality of outcomes, and what can be done about it.
Liberals need to learn that although the right to free exercise of religion is indeed sacred, it is both appropriate and necessary for government to limit abuses of religious liberty, and to support sound religious convictions, in a nation that means to remain free, writes senior fellow Thomas G. West.
A balanced look at both sides of the debate surrounding quotas, preferences, and affirmative action, as applied to California's Proposition 209, the California Civil Rights Initiative.