The uproar over liberal writer Jonathan Chait's denunciation of political correctness resembles a horror film in which a mad scientist is devoured by a monster of his own creation. (Am I permitted to use a male pronoun to describe a scientist, even a mad one?)
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This Super Bowl should be a great game between two fantastic teams, but because of nonstop talk about deflated footballs the New England Patriots will be the the heels on Sunday.
Has Jeb Bush scored his first win of the 2016 Republican presidential primaries?
Indiana Gov. Mike Pence opened the week by launching a government-run state news service. Now we know why: he needs somebody to sell his "conservative" version of government-run health care.
Republican presidential candidates are already talking about a constitutional amendment to reverse the Supreme Court's upcoming gay marriage decision.
Barack Obama is ready to turn the page on the $1 trillion deficits that once defined his presidency. That's easy for him to say -- he'll no longer be in office when everything blows up.
The Iowa caucuses are the opposite of the sitcom dad played by Ray Romano. Everybody loves Raymond, but everybody hates the Iowa caucuses.
Can we be honest for a minute about the latest liberal crusade gripping the country like a deflated football?
Imagine no social conservatives in the Republican Party. It's easy if you try.
Early in the State of the Union address, Barack Obama asked, "Will we accept an economy where only a few of us do spectacularly well? Or will we commit ourselves to an economy that generates rising incomes and chances for everyone who makes the effort?"
Dinesh D'Souza uncorked a Martin Luther King Day thought experiment. The conservative author wrote on Twitter that as "MLK was targeted by J. Edgar Hoover, an unsavory character; I was targeted by the equally unsavory B. Hussein Obama."
Is the Ron Paul Institute for Peace and Prosperity a false flag operation designed to discredit its namesake and the liberty movement he launched?
Former Michigan Republican Rep. Thaddeus McCotter says his party's future belongs to the libertarians.
Conservatives hate Obamacare. Most Americans seem to agree. But as the law gets ready to turn five, where is the plan to do something about it?
The Beatles broke up. So, eventually, did Led Zeppelin. The biggest conservative caucus in Congress appears to be next.
If you are a conservative unsatisfied with the current direction of the Republican Party, GOP leaders have two words for you: pound sand.
The lede of this news story about the violence gripping Paris has to be read to be believed.
California Democratic Sen. Barbara Boxer is calling it quits after four terms. What will the liberal heroine --- less charitably described by Dennis Miller as "bat-guano crazy, she sleeps up-side down" --- be remembered for?
Immigrants, it is often said, do the dirty jobs a country's natives won't do.