The TIGTA report underscores the false notion of tyrannical taxation that some libertarians have been fixating on for years.
The latest entry in a special project in which business and labor leaders, social scientists, technology visionaries, activists, and journalists weigh in on the most consequential changes in the workplace.
The whole idea of a democracy is that the majority is generally supposed to get its way. But time and again, it’s not the majority but a potent minority that drives—or prevents—progress.
Will the mid-term elections settle anything? And who will the 2016 presidential candidates be?
From the Supreme Court-mandated date for California to relieve prison overcrowding to the New York City Marathon, events you should be aware of.
Constituents in Tea Party districts demanded conservative stances from their elected officials, but that didn't need to include destructive or potentially catastrophic tactics.
Or will the majority of voters have moved on to other issues by the time we reach the mid-term elections?
What’s the good news that might come out of the current IRS scandal? It might rip the veil off of entities that, since the Citizens United decision, wrap themselves in the protective layer of the IRS code only to operate in the shadows.