Obama’s head will spin from the new conservative agenda.
They may be unusually high, but not nearly as high as models had predicted.
Protestors are still calling for him to be charged despite what the autopsy shows.
If Republicans take the Senate, forcing Obama to sign tax reform would be the best thing they could do.
It’s not enough just to say perpetual war isn’t the answer.
New threats of disease and terrorism are exacerbated by Obama’s lawless entry policies.
Female voters aren’t as persuaded by Democrat abortion demagoguery as they think.
Here’s hoping the Supreme Court overturns the Ninth Circuit’s absurd ruling.
An experimental Ebola treatment gets fast-tracked while Americans are dying of other treatable things.
The Young Turks should change their name first.
Requests for data stored abroad have imperiled U.S. companies doing business internationally.
The tabloid website has all but promised to defame other former advertisers.
As recently as 2012, he was seen as a traditional marriage supporter
The export ban doesn’t even keep domestic prices or costs to producers down.
Scott Brown is taking on the slickest Democratic politician since John Edwards.
The same price can buy birth control in Peoria or a wife in Mosul. Guess which one the left is talking about?
It should come as no surprise to anyone who’s watched their lobbying for Ex-Im Bank funding.
On Snowden, a trial would be problematic but ‘there are things I would like see happen to him.’
…but the polling still shouldn’t look this close.
Good luck and godspeed, and don’t mix red wine and bourbon.
How the mayor bullied churches and her cronies rigged a petition drive
Terrorists prey on misery and desperation. We can change that dynamic.
At the current rate it will take 12 years to process them all.
The Urban Institute and Robert Wood Johnson Foundation try to obscure the facts.
‘the benefits offered by body cameras far outweigh any disadvantages’
Too liberal for Republican voters, too conservative for Democrats.
What Ramapo got right
The delay and ineffectual action is another sign of who the president is.
Pumpkin festivals and genuine community take a backseat to hooliganism
Francis reneging on the Council of Trent would destroy Papal infallibility
The new Indian prime minister has been criticized by protectionists
Stop politicizing a crisis.
The GOP should dare Obama to do more.
Bigger companies like Google see the writing on the wall, and they’re bailing out.
How agency officials and left-wing activists concocted a lawsuit to regulate the entire nation
Do we want someone Kate Hudson’s age to be Surgeon General?
The latest chemical weapons fiasco proves what a mistake it was to leave.
The number of cases is doubling with each generation of transmission
Most senior agency officials have handpicked successors in mind. That’s bad for accountability.
Neither side is prepared to make concessions; protestors want democracy, Beijing says they can’t have it.
President Obama is contemplating closing Guantanamo — but not for the right reason.
Young voters are disillusioned with President Obama. Voting this November would be a good way for them to show it.
Rather than improve the justice system, the laws leave the accused at the mercy of campus kangaroo courts.
A weekly update on polling from around the country
If its new rule comes into effect, property owners could be on the hook for costly Clean Water Act permitting
Six common air pollutants have declined by 62 percent since 1980.
Gas prices fall while electricity prices necessarily skyrocket
Everything the government says about this disease keeps being proved untrue — usually within a matter of days.
Relations have been fraying between our two countries, it’s time to acknowledge why.
American soldiers on the ground in Iraq could be ineligible for medals or other campaign honors.
Hubris causes blind spots.
It really is a matter of leadership.
Streamlining the approval process could save patients thousands of dollars per year
Supporters of same-sex marriage are growing twice as fast as opponents.
At one time, there were Kurds calling for unity and Salafists for secular government. Not anymore.
The Bishop of Rome’s pastoral example is one those of many faiths should follow.
In the end, Eisenhower was Patton’s friend, and the Stalin theory doesn’t match the facts.
But the end is not certain
How about spending less on studying Chinese prostitutes and rabbit massages instead?
Here are three Italians that deserve it more
Early signs are already showing growth in Sunflower State
The last ‘growing threat’ Obama talked about was global warming.
No matter what the mob says, it wasn’t that bad
I’m taking the bull case.
This New Jersey hospital is a success story, but insurance companies have tried to vilify it.
Public health officials still remember the days of big victories and settlements in the tobacco wars, and want to repeat it with e-cigarettes.
Let’s take a stroll down memory lane
You think Harry Reid’s spooky now…
Critiquing your own side is intellectually healthy.
America has had a relatively peaceful history of democratic transitions. Not so elsewhere.
How one professor’s vision became a reality.
Losing accreditation could mean students aren’t eligible for federal loans
A favorite ‘solution’ that doesn’t address the problem
Drug laws don’t exist to make drug users virtuous, they exist to protect civic virtue.
Republican AGs are the only thing standing between big green lawsuits and cozy settlements from the feds.
What the libertarian-leaning hopeful can learn from Bill Clinton and Marine Le Pen
Republican leadership has to choose between their voters and their donors.
It shouldn’t need to be said that wearing a sombrero is a constitutionally-protected act.
Support for executing apostates and adulterers is unsettlingly high across the Muslim world.
They’re not physical obstructions anymore, but no less dangerous for freedom.
If it’s a biased, corrupt system, democratic elections could lead to better outcomes for African-Americans.
It’s seeded a new company with $50 billion to acquire patents
The Court’s conservative justices may be wilier than we think.
Protestors Have A Point, But The Controversial John Adams Opera The Death Of Klinghoffer Has Redeeming Qualities
The Met’s decision to schedule the John Adams opera has been condemned by the ADL and Michelle Bachman.
There’s no reason each type should have a different insurance regime
Communist ascendance in the region cannot go unchallenged.
All of the left’s caricatures of the Gipper are embodied by one of their own.
A ruling on hospital admitting privileges for abortion doctors could mean stronger regulation of the industry.
Congress and the courts have all too willingly given up their constitutional duties.
Senator Durbin’s bill restricting access to for-profit schools is misguided
His health and education initiatives are basically Medicaid expansion and Common Core by another name.