Is the Left taking over sports, too?

Sports | Matt K. Lewis
Middle-aged hippies protesting the Redskins. AP.

And it’s not just because Keith Olbermann is back at ESPN

Conservative commentator R. Emmett Tyrrell: Liberalism is dead - TheDC

Politics | Jamie Weinstein

Funeral forthcoming for liberalism: ‘We are holding a small ceremony at the Roosevelt Memorial. I hope well wishers will attend.’

Wisconsin freshman senator: We need more 'citizen legislators' - TheDC

Politics | Alex Pappas

Sen Ron Johnson: ‘We need far more people like I think our founding fathers envisioned’

Palin responds to report she's making 2012 decision soon - TheDC

Politics | Alex Pappas

‘Really? Hmm…’

Ann Coulter not on board Donald Trump's birther crusade - TheDC

Politics | Jeff Poor

‘Now they will have a chance to find out this is Donald Trump’s Pierre Salinger moment’

Iraq war supporters weigh in on whether it was all worth it - TheDC

Politics | Chris Moody

Analysts who supported the initial attack on the Middle Eastern country told The Daily Caller that they were ‘pleasantly surprised’ by the outcome to date

10 Questions with 'Duped America' author - TheDC

US | Jamie Weinstein

Richard Bernstein, former Democrat turned Republican, describes himself as ‘not a professional pundit, politician or celebrity, but rather an ordinary American very concerned about the future of our country’

Traditional marriage conservatives: Moderate, reasonable and right

Opinion | John Guardiano

Indeed, if liberty means anything, it means that the people have the right to self-determination and self-rule. It means that the right to define marriage is and always has been an inherently legislative, and not judicial, responsibility

Social Security to start running deficit within 2 years - The American Spectator

Politics | Pat McMahon

Original estimate had the program making it until 2018 without running a deficit, but poor economy hastened the decline in revenue

David Frum is a conservative

Opinion | John Guardiano

Most conservatives – including Right Wing News’ John Hawkins and the American Spectator’s R. Emmett Tyrrell, Jr. – are wrong about David Frum; and their intolerance for Frum’s dissent is hurting the right

Lies, damn lies, and statistics

Opinion | Kristen Soltis

While this most recent scandal has certainly rocked the polling industry, I am hopeful that the end result will be a demand for quality over quantity when it comes to survey research

Weigel resigns after e-mails released - The Daily Caller

Politics | Jonathan Strong

Washington Post reporter David Weigel resigns amid political e-mail revelations

GOP bailing on bailout supporters

Opinion | W. James Antle III

TARP was a bipartisan initiative. In the heat of the 2008 presidential campaign, both Barack Obama and John McCain supported it. The leaders of both parties ended up voting for it. George W. Bush signed it into law. Since then, both the Bush and Obama Treasury Departments have spread the wealth around.

There’s work to be done before November

Opinion | Kristen Soltis

The opportunity is there to make this election big—really big. Big elections are usually based around big ideas. It is becoming increasingly clear that Americans are thirsty for a viable, credible alternative to the status quo

The last time health care was repealed

Feature:Opinion | W. James Antle III

In 1988, members of Congress thought they were passing catastrophic care. They ended up with a catastrophe. Repeal is always a possibility when their political health is at stake

Generation O and the switch to Generation GOP

Opinion | Kristen Soltis

When young voters helped lift Barack Obama to the presidency in November 2008, pundits pointed to the “wave” of Millennials that showed up to the polls as proof of a permanent sea change in politics. It was the dawn of Generation O and, for Republicans, the beginning of a potentially long, unpleasant period of wandering in the woods.