Who’s right about Islam, Pope Francis or the Grand Mufti?
Bergdahl will face a jury of his peers who will likely show little sympathy.
Did the same media calling for full disclosure own up to getting Whitewater all wrong?
March Madness isn’t just for basketball anymore.
If Muir didn’t know Johnson was lying, then he doesn’t even have a passing familiarity with the news.
It’s a matter of trust
The agency argues they don’t need the authority to search without a warrant because they already are.
Maybe Lewinsky, not Hillary Clinton, is the real success story of our time.
While we may not be willing to admit it, what people view on TV matters, and it can have an impact.
Rep. Grijalva has taken $78,854 from environmental lobbying groups.
And other exercises in liberal logic
How much more difficult will Obama’s decisions make it for the next president?
Independence isn’t the answer, unless you want the Internet to work like FIFA
Non-citizen voting has long been a priority for the “progressive” wing of the city council.
The president should stand behind world leaders speaking the truth about Sharia-ism
Lindsey Graham’s RAWA would not ‘restore’ the Wire Act.
The imaginations Cruz needs to capture
No so much like the Gipper, more like the current skipper
For Reagan Republicans, a crisis is a teaching moment for reforming government to cost less.
Why does Sabato insist on offering such a tendentious analysis of the current scandal?
Somaliland deserves a chance to determine its own future
‘It’s high time for Congress to investigate the violations of the rule of law that festered in Fanniegate.’
Facebook surveys with gift cards for incentives aren’t good polling.
It takes guts to call out the Cowboys in Dallas
A disturbing and scary incident
The American left vs. the Israeli right
Former general splits with Obama; says Iran, not ISIS, is the real enemy.
‘Americans need greater scrutiny of the trillions spent on entitlement programs.’
State and federal regulators are conducting a 21st Century bureaucratic war against American Indian tribes.
U.S. Jews are already starting to split over the acceptability of warning of Arabs voting “in droves”
The next phase of Schock’s life will be as a defendant in prosecutions of his various frauds.
The solution to these challenges is not manufactured inflation.
He was playing politics then, and is playing politics now.
Where all your rights are mandatory
‘Where our fences of presumed innocence and due process have been torn down, we should rebuild them.’
‘Hillary Clinton’s hero Saul Alinsky lives and his entire putrid gang stinks.’
Democrats can’t bank on a growing Hispanic population that won’t materialize
Obama’s enmity toward Israel is of a piece with his enmity toward the Constitution and liberty.
We can’t make good legislation without good information.
‘Apparently, the new national sport is destroying the lives of young people.’
You were probably a fetus back then
As the Psalmist said, our days are numbered. One hopes this list helps us make the most of our time.
The mullahs are upset about Azerbaijan’s close relationship with the U.S. Jewish community.
Planned Parenthood would rather see relief for trafficking victims fail than limit taxpayer abortion funding.
The Obama administration is also on the hook for Oregon’s failure.
The freedom movement in Iran is alive and well, and not swayed by the sham negotiations.
We’ve come a long way from Ted Kennedy
‘Trafficking is not just a crisis ‘somewhere else.’’
‘It was good to be a flush wildcatter, again.’
When we look at the big picture, who can blame them?
#Changethecover? Change the record.
In Chicago and New York, districts are shaking off the legacy of No Child Left Behind.
The obituaries for social conservatism are already being written
The question is on the order of ‘Is the Pope Catholic?’
A single threat of hate connects mid-20th Century Arab boycotts and those of today.
A strong greenback is a very good thing indeed.
If Ronald Reagan were president today, in this emergency he would fire FAA bureaucrats.
Her biggest challenge is convincing voters of her youthfulness and vigor.
Some Westerners and moderate Muslims are playing into the terrorists’ hands.
Conserve, the root of both conservative and conservation, means “to watch over or protect.”
Obamacare has meant choosing between new investments and quality care.
Where wrong is imposed by abusing the power of government, there is not law but tyranny.
Let’s debate issues, not innuendos
How does she know the Church is ready for a radical pope?
‘Secretary of State Jefferson kept almost all his records using his own pen and personal paper’
Congressmen on Capitol Hill are raising questions about Russia’s involvement in circumventing sanctions.
How about 40 days without the offensive propaganda?
America doesn’t need the president’s flimsy promises about what might happen in the future.
The Supreme Court is one vote from reversing the ‘physical nexus’ standard.
If Jeffrey Epstein's Non-Prosecution Agreement Is Overturned, Clinton Ties To Teen Sex Ring Could Be Exposed
Big Bubba Bill could have to testify.
Should Justices Kagan and Ginsburg recuse themselves from the same-sex marriage case?
One could say, “The British are coming,” but Obama’s way is so much better.
Was Tim Allen always right?
Setting The Terms Of Debate: Read This Senator's Letter To The Editor The Washington Post Refused To Publish
When it comes to climate, not even a senator gets to have his say.
The gay lobby’s “tolerance” message is just slick PR
Yes, they have more power
He ran the Indianapolis News, started the National Journalism Center, and helped start CPAC.
How far is the president willing to go to stay in office?
Hillary’s judgment problem
‘Far from outrageous’
DOJ Attorneys Tell District Court Amnesty Benefits Are Legal, Temporary -- Other Officials Say The Opposite
Obama himself said the GOP will have a difficult time revoking benefits.
The intrinsic value of these children cannot be measured by the length of their lives.
Author explains what the heck that term means
A Roe II would be a death blow to the integrity of the Supreme Court.
Has America failed to raise a generation that understands its greatest treasures?
If federal agencies can sue in court, legislatures should be able to defend their prerogatives too.
In today’s world, message moves medium.
The left-wing rabbi called Dr. Mark Christian, a former Muslim, an ‘Islamophobe’
“We are not providing any additional information to you.”
The IMF and WTO have rules, but they have never been enforced.
It is we the people who will get to pay for Bradley Manning’s hormone therapy.
More like the ‘Department of Homeland Surrender’
The GOP should not receive unconditional support from pro-lifers.
It’s the GOP’s history too
Time for a military man in the White House?
Harry ‘The Head’ brings together Travis Kupcake and David Piffle
Zionists should not fear the newly-united Arab party, which will amplify the voices of non-Jewish Israeli citizens
Islamist rebels in Syria may turn against the Islamic State
If the ‘king of the wild frontier’ hadn’t died at the Alamo, America wouldn’t be what it is today.
A subcommittee hearing is scheduled for next week to get answers.
How quickly can they be blamed?
A UC Berkeley scientist sat on data for years
Without a common standard, what becomes of the United States?
Consider the facts about how exceptionally integrated Google has become with the U.S. government
America’s air quality is better than it has been in decades and is significantly better than Europe.
A claim against the oil company falls apart in fraud and collusion
‘Telling the truth about McCarthy was a lifetime hobby of Stan’s.’
Krugman once again lets politics overcome what he must surely know about economics.
Their personal insults mock compelling concerns about America’s security and Israel’s survival.
Scarce, expensive rounds means less training for police officers.
The major popularizer of bowhunting, Fred Bear was an even better human being.
You have to wonder how the Republicans keep managing to lose to these people.
ATR received a letter from the George Speaker of the House accusing them of illegal lobbying.
‘I am personally outraged by the way things are now’
Amnesty ‘fight’ followed familiar GOP script
Does the ACLU want the hospital to pressure women into abortions?
He would have smashed ISIS without a second thought.
The biggest danger to Islamic extremists is not defeat, it’s irrelevance.
The new congressman from California is going to feel right at home in Washington.
If the exchanges get struck down, millions will lose subsidized coverage.
Tea party favorites with White House dreams
A new book about the big problem with big government
I didn’t find out until 25 years after he died that my grandfather managed the operation.
The worker was suspended for speaking out against unionization.
Foreign governments, Jeffrey Epstein, and the Newsmax founder are all betting on Hillary.
He couldn’t get gun control through Congress, so the president is going around it.
Republicans attacking Janet Yellen should be careful what they wish for.
‘Pedal-to-the-metal, wall-to-wall conservatism’
Fight for freedom, wherever there’s trouble
The proposed XL extension runs through solid red states.
Asian Americans don’t generally play the “race card.”
Technology has already changed how we think about crypto-currencies.
The future of the Internet will come when the government gets out of the way.
‘The fact that we live in a society where we are afraid to speak concerns me.’
‘You would think these people would get tired of being wrong all the time.’
Leading Republicans are starting to course-correct.
Good or evil is a choice, both sides agree on that.
‘Politicians only want to give us war, while aiding the enemy in the war we’re already in’
White Liberals Are Learning That No Amount Of Privilege-Checking Can Save Them From The Folly They Have Unleashed
‘Rahm is all about the 1 percent’
Essays defending a superintended were allegedly written when the kids were eight.
‘This is supposed to be a bad story for Clinton and for America?’
However long the president stalls, oil is still moving. Just more dangerously.
Kindness must never create vulnerabilities for our nation or our citizens.
Every court that’s heard the issue has upheld it.
We need new laws for new industries, not old regulatory frameworks.
More than four million people weighed in on the measure.
They’re regressive and hurt minorities disproportionately.
Forget Obama’s 2004 Democratic convention speech
The Democratic Party has been influenced by the hardcore left for decades.
What do they have to gain by supporting it?
(They’ll want to join in, too)
More regulators and a death tax hike spells bad news for the elderly.
The more things change, the more they stay the same.
Consider this predictably unpredictable sequence of coming events
Maybe this Springsteen fan wasn’t born to run
There was more to that dinner than Rudy Giuliani.
Sharia without freedom of conscience isn’t Islamic.
Medicaid coerces the states more than the state exchange subsidies.
It’s going to take more than government action to curb online piracy
They could change American politics
Reporters are more interested in creating news than reporting it
Do we really want to make our patent system more like China’s?
I don’t remember seeing any Arab names on the Declaration of Independence.
The administration is setting taxpayers up to assume more risk.
With friends like these, who needs enemies?
Watts believes that tackling law abiding citizens in big box stores is a virtue.
Would he have insisted the Dred Scott decision be implemented too?
The president just doesn’t understand terrorism.
Rand Paul and Carly Fiorina have the most to gain.
‘Well, this has been interesting. I think I’ll just call CNN.’
‘It kind of looks like they’re intentionally throwing the fight on amnesty.’
Mercedes Carrera: ‘Arthur Chu needs to see a psychiatrist; I’m not kidding’
Vik Khanna’s new book is a call to personal responsibility
Bans on speech and behavior aren’t an easy way out of vexing social problems
His apology is as embarrassing as his steroid use.
Economics has an inconvenient way of destroying political fantasies.
Just don’t say it’s illegal
Some myths never die
It’s almost as if there is affirmative action for criminals.
Agency’s lack of neutrality will taint its eventual court case over Title II
The movement should denounce its most extreme allies.
The environmental lobby doesn’t want to talk about the trade-offs of trains and pipelines.
The case for nominating Flavor Flav to be the U.S. Ambassador to the Islamic State
Has the administration been squirreling away money to pay for it?
It’s important to communicate freedom in provocative ways.
We’re fortunate to be living in a golden age of energy, fueled by petroleum.
The agency has 82,982 full time employees
Understanding the Islamic State
Blake-Gate is so lame
What the Oregon Governor did is far from out of the ordinary, he just happened to get caught.