Commentary

California's Office of Administrative Law (OAL) recently made it official: Your morning cup of coffee won't give you cancer. Next week's newsflash probably will be, swallowing an orange seed doesn't cause a tree to grow in your stomach. After more than a year of legal wrangling, OAL...

Keeping up with the foolishness in California is not difficult. Just look to Berkeley, home of the University of California’s flagship campus. The city continues to go where no other has gone before, deep into pure Blue State madness. Writing last year in National Review, Alexander...

Opioids: Bad Science, Bad Policy, Bad Outcomes By Henry I. Miller, M.S., M.D. and Josh Bloom There’s an old joke about the drunk who’s hunting for his lost keys under the lamppost, not because he thinks they’re there, but because the light is good. Well, that’s what...

At the recent Democratic presidential primary debate, all 20 candidates agreed on something surprising — that Obamacare was a massive failure. They didn’t admit that outright. But all of them proposed big changes to our nation’s healthcare system. A handful called for abolishing private health insurance. Others advocated...

The weather isn't the only thing heating up in Washington. White House officials are feverishly negotiating with congressional leaders to raise the debt ceiling and reach a two-year budget deal that averts more than $126 billion in automatic spending cuts. Democrats want the deal to dramatically raise domestic...