Before spending trillions of dollars to fight climate change, a little humility might be a good place to start.
Crazy Rich Asians is earning its box office through solid acting, a solid screenplay, and first rate cinematography in Singapore and other Asian locals.
The repair costs have risen from $870 million to $1.1 billion and taxpayers should not be surprised if they rise still higher.
Whatever his performance on regulations, the president has failed to eliminate any federal agencies, however useless they might be.
The average total compensation of U.S. government workers is 17 percent higher than the average annual compensation of comparable private sector workers.
The sooner that nonprofit leaders realize the advantages of big data analytics, the sooner we can all reach a more healthy, educated, and peaceful world.
Taxpayers can be forgiven for seeing the bail “reform” as another payoff to government employee unions.
Local governments are now having to reduce needed services to the public to pay for the generous pensions of retired government employees.
With polarization has come intolerance: people abandon their friends and family when they seem to have the wrong political views.
Until the California Bullet Train project is canceled, the one thing that can be guaranteed is that its cost will grow even higher than the $77 billion it is slated to cost taxpayers today.