President Barack Obama faced a tough political decision this week on the proposed Keystone XL oil pipeline from Canada to Texas. He could order the State Department to approve it, thus alienating his environmental activist supporters, or he could kill the pipeline, thus angering his union allies.
Obama chose to do what he had done 130 times while he was in the Illinois state Senate. He voted present. Read More
Twenty-five states are considering “copycat” immigration laws similar to the one passed in Arizona last year. Read More
Peaks and valleys are facts of life, but in many ways, former St. Ignatius High School quarterback Zac Lee’s football career has been defined by them.
He’s served in nearly every role possible at the position: under-recruited prep standout, community college phenom, injury-prone quarterback, Division I starter, third-string backup. Read More