The Weekly Standard Should Apologize For Its Anti-Catholic Ad

Opinion | Mary Powers
A woman displays a plastic fetus as she takes part to a demonstration to protest against the government's law about abortion on October 17, 2009 in Madrid. (PEDRO ARMESTRE/AFP/Getty Images)

Catholics for Choice is possibly the most astroturfed organization of all time, and The Weekly Standard gave them a platform.

David French: 'American People Have Such A Dreadful Choice' In U.S. Election

Politics | JP Carroll
Supporters of Democratic U.S. presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, who came to her rally in costume as Republican presidential candidate Trump and as Mrs. Clinton attend her Super Tuesday night party in Miami

National Review writer almost ran for president

David French Not Making Presidential Run

Elections | Blake Neff
Conservative writer David French (screen grab from CSPAN).

Spent 5 days as a contender

Fmr. WH adviser: Psychiatrists would say Obama has mastered art of 'projection' - TheDC

Politics | Neil Munro
President Barack Obama making a point. Photo: AP.

Washington Post, New York Times, Politico glaze over attacks, contradictions

Bill Kristol: Komen controversy proof it's not just 'the economy, stupid' [VIDEO] - TheDC

Politics | Jeff Poor

‘This I think was a very good wake-up call that the culture issues remain pretty important to an awful a lot of Americans’

Bill Kristol declares Obama 'a born-again neo-con' - TheDC

Politics | Jeff Poor

‘What’s the joke – they told me if I voted for McCain, we’d be going to war in a third Muslim country? I voted for McCain and we’re doing it’

Bill Kristol: Obama administration's response to Libya 'humiliating' - TheDC

Politics | Jeff Poor

‘How can you stand up as President of the United States and say that Gaddafi must go, and then do nothing about it?’

Ask Matt Labash - TheDC

Ask Matt Labash | Matt Labash

Am I a music snob? And throwing out the fly fishing rulebook

Donald Rumsfeld - secret critic of the neoconservatives? - TheDC

Politics | Jonathan Strong

Former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld, honored Thursday at CPAC, discusses his reluctance toward some Bush administration policies

CBO: Obamacare will reduce employment by 0.5 percent by 2021 - TheDC

Politics | Laura Donovan

Congressional Budget Office Director Doug Elmendorf says Obamacare would reduce employment by 0.5 percent by 2021 during hearing

Bill Kristol in rare MSNBC appearance defends challenging Beck - TheDC

Politics | Jeff Poor

Weekly Standard editor maintains it’s not the duty of elected Republicans to monitor outspoken conservative personalities

Ask Matt Labash Vol. XLV: Dogs to Michael Vick and Obama: 'Bite me' - TheDC

Ask Matt Labash | Matt Labash

Dogs to Michael Vick and Obama: ‘Bite me’

Ask Matt Labash Vol. XLII - TheDC

Ask Matt Labash | Matt Labash

Julian Assange – hero or sainted hero? – the please don’t hack me edition, and catch-and-release Jesus

Ask Matt Labash Vol. XLI - TheDC

Ask Matt Labash | Matt Labash

How to hate healthily, Liechtensteinian mail-order brides, and existential wisdom

Barton's final bid for Energy chair - TheDC

Politics | Jonathan Strong

As last pitch for energy panel, Barton offers detailed battle plan

WaPo takes a 'Right Turn' - TheDC

Politics | Jamie Weinstein

10 questions with new conservative Washington Post blogger Jennifer Rubin

WikiLeaks and the dangers of zealotry

Opinion | Christopher Hartman

The internet has empowered irresponsible zealots like Julian Assange.

Ask Matt Labash Vol. XXXIX - TheDC

Ask Matt Labash | Matt Labash

How to avoid Thanksgiving dinner family dysfunction, and a very special Ask Matt lightning round

Ask Matt Labash Vol. XXXVIII - TheDC

Ask Matt Labash | Matt Labash

Fly fishing with Oprah and why she must be stopped, an open letter to open-letter writers, and how to ask a question

Coburn: earmark-supporting Republicans beware - The Weekly Standard

Politics | wrahn
The proposed earmark moratorium that the Republican Senate caucus will vote on tomorrow has pitted Oklahoma's two conservative senators against one another