Editorials: Peter Ferrara

Obamacare Shows America Suffers From A President Dangerously Disconnected From Reality

The population of the U.S. is 314 million. On the day Obamacare was passed, the estimate of the uninsured was 60 million.

The Period Of No Global Warming Will Soon Be Longer Than the Period of Actual Global Warming

If you look at the record of global temperature data, you will find that the late 20th Century period of global warming actually 

America's Constitutional Crisis

President Obama famously has a pen and a phone.

If You Work Full Time, You Will Not Be Poor

President Obama said in his 

Obama's State Of The Union Formula For Economic Stagnation

In a piece last month, I explained that Presid

Why Economic Growth Is Exponentially More Important Than Income Inequality

In 1900, we had no airplanes, no computers, no cellphones, no internet. We had only rudimentary versions of cars, trucks, telephones, even cameras.

Barack Obama's Presidency Is A Complete Failure By His Own, Self-Imposed Standards

At the end of 2013, after serving five years, Barack Obama is a complete failure as President, by his own standards, as reflected in his own words.

Obama's Slow Growth Policies Have Stacked The Deck Against American Workers

President Obama told us in his December 4 economic coming out speech on inequality, which the Huffington Post called the most important speech of his presidency:

Two and a Half Cheers for Ryan-Murray

My life’s work is devoted to cutting the federal government in half.

Obama's Inequality Fallacies

President Obama veered hard left last week, trying to change the subject from Obamacare to “inequality.” Obama and his Obamabots reflect a lot of confusion whenever they start using this word.