The Republican candidates need to speak again to the discontent of the middle class.
Common Core is a bellwether because the standards are demonstrably and fatally defective.
Lawsuits against unconstitutional mandates and subsidies are the last line of defense.
Fred Barnes, Katherine Webb, 10 Commandments Judge all make endorsements
Weekly Standard editor endorses Quin Hillyer in Alabama congressional election
As last pitch for energy panel, Barton offers detailed battle plan
Ask Matt Labash Vol. XXXIX - TheDC
How to avoid Thanksgiving dinner family dysfunction, and a very special Ask Matt lightning round
Eric Cantor, not John Boehner, should be speaker of the House if the Republicans take back Congress this fall.
“There is power in the accusation of racism against conservatives, one that liberals understand well.”
Left-wing bias in the media is nothing new. Regardless, journalists and the free press have been regarded as the peaceful guardians of America’s liberal democratic republic
Barnes responds to the targeted smear attack by members of Journolist
‘I thought it was a revealing insight in the attitude of one minor player in the D.C. world of journalism,’ Rove said
But when actual, genuine racism rears its ugly head within their own ranks (and make no mistake- it very often does), the radical socialists do everything they can to deflect, to distract, to evade, and- laughably- to denounce as racist anybody who points out and criticizes the racism of the radicals
An exclusive investigation by The Daily Caller unearthed a plan to cover-up the news about President Obama’s controversial minister during the 2008 campaign
DC on TV: Tucker Carlson talks free trade with Bret Baier - THE DAILY CALLER
On Thursday, Tucker Carlson joined Bret Baier’s All-Star Panel to discuss Obama’s SOTU promise to ‘double our exports over the next five years’ — all without mentioning pending free trade agreements with Colombia, Panama and South Korea
A victory by Republican Scott Brown Tuesday in Massachusetts could quickly turn into a legal battle over the man he would replace – Sen. Paul Kirk