Increasingly, what passes for a national dialogue has devolved into a shouting match between the extreme wings of the major parties. According to an October 2018 study by the international nonprofit More in Common, only 14% of Americans are either hard-left or hard-right, yet those extremes dominate party politics.
Three towering hickory trees in Milford, are the latest casualties of America’s lawsuit culture.
The particular trees, part of a group that line Wildemere Avenue, spread their branches over the back yard of Una Glennon, a grandmother of 14 who recently put in a pool for their enjoyment.
This article originally appeared on Forbes.com on September 12, 2011.
President Obama’s job speech last Thursday made a bold statement about getting rid of unnecessary regulation: “We should have no more regulation than the health, safety and security of the American people require.
It’s Time to Clean House
America is basically run by dead people: We elect new representatives, but continue on with policy from decades ago.
A New Code for Reliable Justice
By separating valid claims from invalid ones, judges can finally give our legal system the predictability that it requires.
Candidates should focus less on their egos and more on fixing government
Most Americans believe that government is broken.
Bureaucracy Can’t Teach
Our K-12 education system doesn’t attract and keep enough good teachers.
Trust the Government?
The so-called “merit system” has evolved to become an “anti-merit system.”
The Civil Service System is Unconstitutional
By: Philip K. Howard
President Trump wants to overhaul the civil service.
How the U.S. Can Save $1 Trillion in 10 Easy Steps
Without cutting government oversight or reducing services.