Stop Burning Food During a Drought 08/31/2012 It is always foolish for a country to order the burning of its food supply, but it takes a special kind of depravity to do ... Read More Congress Has Real Work to Do in September 08/24/2012 When Congress returns to Washington in September, it needs to do more than hold a few political posturing votes before going home to campaign. Even ... Read More Medicare: Putting Seniors Before Bureaucrats 08/15/2012 Without reform Medicare will go bankrupt. So, it is not a question of “if” Medicare will be cut but “how.” President Barack Obama’s approach is ... Read More Farming For Food Stamps 07/27/2012 Can a piece of legislation be a "farm bill" if nearly 80 percent of its spending goes to food stamps? According the United States Congress ... Read More Medicaid Patients Not Uninsured Crowd Emergency Rooms 07/20/2012 Supporters of the president's unpopular health care mandate tax are now trying to justify it on the theory that those who go uninsured later impose ... Read More IRS Health Care Power Grab Tramples States 07/06/2012 A couple of weeks before President Obama's big immigration dictate, his IRS issued a more quiet but no less outrageous edict that attempts to up-end ... Read More Emotional Roller Coaster on the Supreme Court Steps 06/29/2012 Thursday morning's high drama was intense out front on the Supreme Court steps, where I had the honor of standing with my friends from the ... Read More Pipeline Death By a Thousand Studies 06/22/2012 There has never been a more "shovel ready" project in history than the Keystone XL pipeline, which has been exhaustively engineered, studied, reviewed, and re-reviewed ... Read More A Senate Referendum on Obama’s War on Coal 06/08/2012 If you’ve been understandably focused on the increase in prices at the pump, it’s time to focus on another pending energy policy disaster that will ... Read More ALEC bullying shows what DISCLOSE Act is about 06/01/2012 Senate Democrats are again making noise about the so-called DISCLOSE Act, S. 2219, legislation that would force non-profit advocacy organizations to disclose their donors if ... Read More Archives Phil Kerpen Phil Kerpen is the president of American Commitment and the author of "Democracy Denied." Kerpen can be reached at [email protected] Daily Newsletter Sign up for FREE! Get Cartoons Daily! Sign up for our free daily newsletter by entering your email and clicking on subscribe. Subscribe 14 of 15«‹1112131415› Close this module GET OUR FREE DAILY CARTOON EMAIL NEWSLETTER!All the best our sites have to offer – free in your email box! No hassle! No obligation! So cool! Just sign up!First NameJohnLast NameSmithYour email[email protected]SubmitNever see this message again.