David Laska Archive
Published September 26, 2013
Ted Cruz's message is one the American people need to hear, especially in the 20 states voting with Democratic Senators whose terms expire at the end of next year.
Published August 27, 2013
As Americans, we can and should have a good faith conversation about the appropriate means of determining eligibility to vote.
Published July 01, 2013
Mandatory paid sick leave sounds like a nice idea. It’s not. And as states and municipalities around the country consider similar legislation, it’s worth taking a critical look at the policy.
Published May 21, 2013
Democrats, writes David Laska, have coupled identity politics with a strong narrative to build a fashionable but unrepresentative coalition of ethnic minorities, the young and the economically disadvantaged.
Published April 18, 2013
Hispanics, writes Laska, need to hear that the Republican Party wants no less for them than for any other American.
Published April 04, 2013
According to Marist, a full 60 percent of Americans believe the country is moving in the wrong direction, up from 55 percent in December.
Published March 21, 2013
With Obama’s record of open hostility to Israel, it’ll take more than a wreath laying and a museum visit to convince our closest ally in the Middle East that we’re still on their side.
Published March 09, 2013
Obama devoted his energy less to negotiating with House Republicans than to casting them as stubborn trolls bent on destroying the nation via the sequester.
Published February 25, 2013
Raising the minimum wage is bad for jobs and the economy generally, but for minority youths, it's an immoral disaster.
Published February 11, 2013
The president’s speechwriters and spin team are frantically trying to create an economic agenda out of nothing.