It may seem incongruous with our supposed bootstrap mentality, but Americans worship wealth — and the wealthy — so much that they hold them to different standards.
For many Americans, February is tax time — or at least the time they are reminded of their need to pay taxes, now that the forms are all in. That means millions of people are starting to sift through piles of paper hoping they won’t owe more than they can afford.
On Sunday, journalists’ inboxes overflowed with politicians’ statements of admiration for the late U.S. Rep. Walter Jones and his consistent independence from party.
President Donald Trump’s candor Monday night was nothing short of endearing.
Last week, Mick Mulvaney said "nobody cares" about the nation's exploding debt.
When is a child worth less than a suitcase?
In 2017 we called for an amendment to Kansas Statutes to prevent so-called “seat swapping” in the state.
It’s one thing to beef about your pay; but it’s another to have critical data on your side.
The time has come to consider an official name change for the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau to reflect its true mission under the Trump administration.
I have now been on this earth 55 years and one thing I have learned during that time is that it is human nature to be compassionate, especially during times of suffering.