Opinion

Time For DOD To Pull The Plug On North Korea-Connected Auto Shipper

Peter Roff
A worker bicycles past cars made by Hyundai Motor and affiliate Kia Motors at a port in Pyeongtaek

However deep the connection is, the contractor is failing to do the job.

Everybody Hates The Iowa Caucuses

Opinion | W. James Antle III
Former Governor of Alaska Sarah Palin arrives to speak at the Freedom Summit in Des Moines

But maybe they shouldn’t

They're Practically Giving Away Europe

Opinion | Bill Regardie
An employee poses in the Salon de Parfums in Harrods, London

‘They said Europe’s future depended on us doing our part.’

It's Not Just Tactics, Mr. Speaker

Opinion | Jenny Beth Martin
Boehner speaks to reporters at a news conference following a Republican caucus meeting at the U.S. Capitol in Washington in this file photo

Speaker Boehner goes after the Tea Party on ’60 Minutes’

Commonsense Economics: Capital = Consumer Spending

Opinion | Larry Kudlow
U.S. President Obama delivers his State of the Union address to a joint session of Congress on Capitol Hill in Washington

The GOP cannot outbid Dems for the middle class.

Tom Brady And The Liberal War On Success

Opinion | W. James Antle III
New England Patriots QB Tom Brady

But then they’ve never liked Patriots

The GOP's Unforced Error On Abortion

Opinion | Gary Bauer
Thousands participate in anti-abortion March for Life past U.S. Capitol and Supreme Court in Washington

Victory goes to the party willing to do what it takes. Democrats do, Republicans don’t.

Smart Meters: Energy In, Privacy Out

Opinion | Emma Bailey
An electrical line technician works on restoring power after tornado Vilonia, Arkansas

New energy-use meters are dangerous, but can they be stopped?

Republicans Must Stop Calling Keystone A 'Jobs Bill'

Opinion | David Benkof
A TransCanada Keystone Pipeline pump station operates outside Steele City, Nebraska

If we fight the battle on liberal turf, we lose

Remembering Churchill In The Age of Jihad

Opinion | Erin Rodewald
37.) Winston Churchill (PHOTO: Wikipedia)

People will follow if leaders will lead.

The Predictable Hysteria Of The Sexual Left

Opinion | Austin Ruse
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The facts don’t fit the narrative about LGBT repression in Russia

The FCC's De-Americanization of the Internet

Feature:Opinion | Scott Cleland
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‘The governments of the world are watching to see if the FCC officially votes to de-Americanize the Internet with a U-turn change in American Internet policy’

Going Ape With The Law

Opinion | Will Coggin
File photo of Giant Panda mother Bai Yun snacking on bamboo at the San Diego Zoo

The Nonhuman Rights Project equated human ownership of apes to African-American children held as slaves

Imagine The Republican Party With No Social Conservatives

Opinion | W. James Antle III

It’s easy for establishment Republicans

Our Therapeutic Culture And The Campaign Against 'Stigmatizing' Sex Offenders

Opinion | Bob Stump
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A war on language at the Colorado Sex Offender Management Board

Beware 'Conservative' Campaign Finance Reformers

Opinion | Paul H. Jossey
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Mark McKinnon splits with Lawrence Lessig, but still has it in for political speech

Unspecified Charges Of Voter Suppression Aren't A 'Better Politics,' Mr. President

Opinion | Jim Huffman
U.S. President Obama delivers his State of the Union address to a joint session of Congress on Capitol Hill in Washington

Loose talk about being denied the right to vote is precisely about “demonizing” the other side.

The Two Americas Of President Obama's State Of The Union

Opinion | Gary Shapiro
U.S. President Barack Obama waves as he walks towards Marine One on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington

The president showed no inclination to compromise, and stuck his thumb in Congress’s eye.

How To Make Common Core Look Good

Opinion | Emmett McGroarty and Jane Robbins
Obama speaks next to Biden after touring the Community College of Allegheny West Hills Center in Oakdale, Pennsylvania

Welcome to a world where the privileged excel and the peasants settle for an education that’s “good enough.”

MSNBC's Maddow Now Rewriting Instant Replays

Ann Coulter | Ann Coulter
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By adding the simple article “the,” Rachel turned Chris Wallace from a garden-variety 1980s news reporter into Archie Bunker.

FLASHBACK: Remember 'Multiple Choice' Mitt Romney?

Opinion | W. James Antle III
Mitt Romney

What a long, strange trip it’s been

Bush 41 And The Credit He Is Due

Opinion | Lanny Davis
George H.W. Bush is brought into the auditorium where his son speaks talk about his new book titled "41: A Portrait of My Father" in College Station, Texas

‘Lou Gehrig and Atticus Finch — those are the two people George Bush 41 reminds me of.’

On Counterterrorism, The Blind Are Leading The Blind

Opinion | Michael S. Smith II
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The case for making more terrorism-related data available to the public

Energy Realities "At This Moment," And How We Got Here

Opinion | Mark P. Mills
U.S. Vice President Biden and Speaker of the House Boehner applaud as U.S. President Obama waves before delivering his State of the Union address to a joint session of the U.S. Congress on Capitol Hill in Washington

The president was right about booming energy production, but he had nothing to do with it.

Don't Even Think About Raising The Gas Tax

Opinion | Paul Blair
A man changes the price for a gallon of gasoline at a gas station in Medford

Americans are already taxed 48.3 cents per gallon, on average

Will Next Month's Nigerian Election Even Happen?

Opinion | Ayo Sogunro
Nigeria's President Goodluck Jonathan wave at supporters on Tuesday during his declaration to seek a second term in a February 2015 presidential election

Might still makes right in many parts of Nigeria today.

Denying The Problems In Islam Will Not Solve Them

Opinion | Morten Overgaard
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Political leaders sabotage Islam’s eventual progression to a modern and democratic religion.

Time To Revisit Trucking Regulations: Bigger Trucks Are Good For Roads And The Environment

Opinion | Steve Pociask
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The 1980s transportation deregulation produced nearly $100 billion in consumer benefits per year.

DON'T FORGET: Income Inequality Got WORSE Under Obama

Opinion | W. James Antle III

But hey, that was a great speech

Bourbon Politics And The State Of The Union

Opinion | Mark Will-Weber
U.S. President Barack Obama delivers his State of the Union address to a joint session of the U.S. Congress on Capitol Hill in Washington

Past presidents were no less partisan than Obama, but they could still have a drink

The 2010 DHS Memo That Obama Followed To The Letter On Executive Amnesty

Opinion | Ian Smith
An anti-deportation protester in the audience shouts against Obama during event on immigration reform in San Francsico

While Obama was saying he had to enforce the law, he was waiting for DHS to plot an end-run around it.

Why the FCC Needs Congress

Feature:Opinion | Scott Cleland
Wheeler testifies before a House Energy and Commerce Communications and Technology Subcommittee hearing on oversight of the FCC on Capitol Hill in Washington

Title II requires congressional approval.

How A 'Citizens' Mandate' Can Offer The GOP Winning Playbook For Obama's Last Two Years

Opinion | Gayle Trotter
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Congressional Republicans are the only thing standing in the way of Obama’s agenda, and they’re chickening out.

Thankfully, Obama's Dumb Capital Gains Plan Is Going Nowhere

Opinion | Chris Edwards
U.S. President Barack Obama speaks about his legislation proposal to offer paid sick leave for Americans while at Charmington's Cafe in Baltimore

Cutting tax rates, not raising them, is the real way to make economic policy work.

What If Martin Luther King, Jr's Work Wasn't About A Fundamental Right?

Opinion | Shoshana Weissmann
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Judges routinely decide not to provide real protection for non-fundamental rights.

Obama's Plan: Repeal The Private Sector -- Replace With Government

Opinion | Seton Motley
U.S. President Barack Obama and British Prime Minister David Cameron (not pictured) deliiver opening remarks during a joint press conference in the East Room of the White House

Net Neutrality and Obamacare flow from the same big-government mentality.

Unraveling Martin Luther King's Political Allegiance

Opinion | W. James Antle III
Martin Luther King Jr / Wikimedia Commons

Does it matter if he was a conservative?

NASA Hedges: 2014 Is The Hottest Year On Record... Or Is It?

Opinion | PierreGuy Veer
Earth From Space

Why do climate-change advocates spend more time attacking their opponents instead of their arguments?

Does Obama Want a Second-Term Legacy Beyond Saying 'Soak The Rich'?

Opinion | David Benkof
U.S. President Barack Obama delivers his State of the Union speech on Capitol Hill in Washington

His wasted State of the Union will be about politics instead of policy

California's Public Health Lies About E-Cigarettes Will Kill Smokers

Opinion | Dr. Gilbert Ross
An e-cigarette sits in a tray on the bar at the Henley Vaporium in New York City

Are they really this stupid?

The State Of The Union Is A Mess: Honesty Would Be A Good Start

Opinion | Scott Powell
U.S. President Barack Obama smiles as he arrives to deliver his State of the Union speech on Capitol Hill in Washington

The president lives in an Alice in Wonderland alternate universe.

The 114th Congress Can Restore Conscience Rights, Right-To-Life

Opinion | John-Henry Westen
The U.S. Capitol building is seen through a snow covered trellis at the start of the 114th Congress on the Capitol grounds in Washington

Since Congress didn’t pass the Weldon Amendment last year, they must make it permanent.

You Won't Believe The Conspiracy Against Ron Paul

Opinion | W. James Antle III
Ron Paul

Just asking questions

Jindal's Brilliant Take On Radical Islam

Opinion | Larry Kudlow
Louisiana Governor Jindal speaks at the Family Leadership Summit in Ames

The problem and solution reside with the people of the Islamic religion themselves.

Wisconsin Is Ground Zero In The Voter ID Fight

Opinion | Robert Knight
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‘When banks ask for photo IDs to cash checks or to open accounts, are they engaging in banking suppression?’

Congressional Republicans Have The Power, Now They Have To Wield It

Opinion | Mark Kennedy
U.S. Speaker of the House John Boehner listens as U.S. President Barack Obama hosts a bipartisan meeting of Congressional leaders in the Cabinet Room of the White House in Washington

Time to show the GOP “deserves victory”

Civil Rights Are Too Important To Leave To Special-Interest Advocates

Opinion | Jonathan Bean
Martin Luther King Jr / Wikimedia Commons

How the Civil Rights Commission’s state committees were captured by groupthink.

How The GOP Can Beat Obama On Immigration While Sticking To Conservative Values

Opinion | Allan Stevo
President Obama speaks about immigration reform during a visit to Del Sol High School in Las Vegas

‘No recourse to public funds’ — a good idea from the UK

Pope Francis Says Freedom Of Speech Has 'Limits' Gets It Wrong Again

Opinion | Justin Haskins
Pope Francis smiles as he delivers his messages during a mass at the Cathedral church in Manila

If we cave to censorship, the terrorists win.

Libertarians Are Taking Over The Republican Party

Opinion | W. James Antle III

A non-libertarian politician says that might be OK

Sinise Surrenders To The LGBT Lobby -- What Would Lieutenant Dan Say?

Opinion | Austin Ruse
Gary Sinise

He pulled out of a Catholic conference within hours of facing criticism.

Americans Are Not at Risk From Runaway Drug Prices

Opinion | Stephen DeMaura
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The same folks who brought us Obamacare are sensationalizing prescription costs.

Environmental Groups' Keystone XL Whooping Crane Whopper

Opinion | Brian Seasholes
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Rail transit and wind turbines are already much bigger threats.

Media's Rush-To-Judgment Culture Slammed Roger Goodell

Opinion | Lanny Davis
NFL Commissioner Goodell speaks at a news conference to address domestic violence issues and the NFL's Personal Conduct Policy in New York

No real evidence the NFL had known of the Ray Rice videotape

How To Get Rid Of Obamacare

Opinion | W. James Antle III
Stop the Obamacare Nightmare

Obama’s health care law ends here

COULTER: As Long As Obama Brought Up The Cost of College...

Ann Coulter | Ann Coulter
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‘Americans are being bamboozled into paying any price for a college degree’

The Future Belongs To Islam

Opinion | Theo Caldwell
Safi al-Kasaesbeh, father of Jordanian pilot Muath, speaks on a telephone as he follows the news of his son in Amman

Do we even know what freedom means?

Why Is The West Blatantly Ignoring Iran's Sanctions Violations In Sending Troops To Iraq?

Opinion | Kenneth Maginnis
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The Quds Force and various militias are fighting the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria

37 Years From The DC Hanafi Hostage Situation To The Charlie Hebdo Massacre -- What Have We Learned?

Opinion | Joanne Butler
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Back then, Islamic leaders talked down the extremists personally.

Is Right About The Middle Class, But Her Ideas Would Make It Worse

Opinion | Milton Ezrati
Senate Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Committee member Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) questions Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Director Richard Cordray in the Dirksen Senate Office Building on Capitol Hill June 10, 2014 in Washington, DC. Cordray was delivering the CFPB semi-annual report. (Photo: Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)

More government favoritism would just tilt the playing field more.

France Needs A Second Amendment, And So Do We!

Opinion | Ken Blackwell
A gun rights supporter carries his Ruger model SR9 pistol on his hip during a rally in support of the Michigan Open Carry gun law in Romulus

France lets only the police have weapons – except when it even disarms them

The Story Behind The Break-Up Of The Biggest Conservative Group In Congress

Opinion | W. James Antle III
Gohmert gathers with fellow members of Congress to elect the speaker on the first day of their new session at the U.S. Capitol in Washington

Now what?

Congress Can End The Threat Of Internet Taxes In 2015, And They Should

Opinion | Michi Iljazi
A T-Mobile G1 Google phone running Android is shown in Encinitas

Last year’s ban on access taxes stands a good chance of passing this year.

President Obama's Rip-Off Of Tennessee Promise Misses the Mark

Opinion | Rep. Diane Black
Obama speaks about community college education during a visit to Pellissippi State College in Knoxville

The big difference is Tennessee can afford subsidizing college, Washington can’t.

Will The Jeffrey Epstein Pedophile Case Snare Clinton?

Opinion | Roger Stone

Only time will tell.

What Congress Can Learn From Lawsuits Defending African Hair Braiders

Opinion | Shoshana Weissmann
Boehner gathers with fellow members of Congress to elect the speaker on the first day of their new session at the U.S. Capitol in Washington

It’s hard to get people worked up about regulations — here’s how.

Why Conservatives Should Cheer Romney, Bush And Christie Running For President

Opinion | Christopher Bedford

Just sit back and break out the popcorn

Jeb Bush's Toaster Problem

Opinion | Daniel Oliver
Former Florida governor Jeb Bush addresses the Wall Street Journal CEO Council in Washington

What does this year’s model have to offer conservatives?

Ashton Carter's Caucasus Challenge: Azerbaijan Needs Reassurance, Steadiness In Washington

Opinion | Alex Vatanka
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The new Pentagon chief can’t take Azerbaijani commitments and contributions for granted.

Bring Your Gun To Synagogue

Opinion | Matthew Chase
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Israeli Jews know what American and French ones don’t: Guns in pews save lives

Reacting To #CharlieHebdo -- Two Extremes

Opinion | Kashif Chaudhry
Thousands of Montrealers march to the French Consulate, in tribute to the victims of the shootings by gunmen at the offices of the satirical weekly newspaper Charlie Hebdo in Paris, in downtown Montreal

Muslims must unconditionally condemn violence, but the ‘new atheists’ shouldn’t forget Ahmed Merabet.

Paris Anti-Terrorism Rally Offers Political Cover To Terror Allies

Opinion | Paul Miller
French President Francois Hollande is surrounded by heads of state attends the solidarity march (Marche Republicaine) in the streets of Paris

Representatives from Qatar, Turkey, and Palestine mar the solidarity demonstration

Ezekiel Emanuel Sees The Light Too Late On Annual Physicals

Opinion | Vik Khanna
Ezekiel Emanuel

They’re not really “free,” and cost billions annually for next to no purpose.

Conservatives, Get Ready For Your Punishment

Opinion | W. James Antle III
U.S. House Speaker Boehner steps away from the lectern after addressing reporters following a House Republican caucus meeting at the U.S. Capitol in Washington

Five things we learned about the state of the GOP

It's Time For Real Talk About What's Going On In Paris

Opinion | W. James Antle III
French intervention police take up position near the scene of a hostage taking at a kosher supermarket in eastern Paris

Don’t ‘downplay the religious dimension’ of violence in France

Corker's Folly: Cheap Gas Is A Good Thing

Opinion | Larry Kudlow
Senator Bob Corker (R-TN) speaks to reporters

Raise the federal gas tax? Here’s a better idea.

Terror Has No Rights: Time To End Legal Limbo For Violent Extremists

Opinion | Keith Naughton
A bullet's impact is seen on a window at the scene after a shooting at the Paris offices of Charlie Hebdo, a satirical newspaper,

The way to stop terrorists and rogue states is a disproportionate response.

Dodd-Frank Relief Is A Better Deal For Homeowners Than Obama’s FHA Folly

Opinion | John Berlau
Obama speaks about the housing market during a visit to Phoenix

How regulations are making it harder to get a mortgage, even for people with good credit

Amanda Marcotte: The David Duke Of Feminism

Opinion | Mytheos Holt
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The only men she doesn’t hate are John Edwards and Ted Kennedy

It's Time To Fight For Our Freedoms

| David and Jason Benham
A placard and candles are placed as a tribute to the victims following a shooting by gunmen at the offices of Charlie Hebdo in Paris, during a candlelight vigil in Hong Kong

By bullets abroad, and speech-silencing campaigns at home, freedom is under attack.

Let's Be Careful When Shouting Cronyism: TRIA Is Good Policy

Opinion | Jerry Rogers
Speaker of the House Boehner wields the gavel for the first time after being re-elected as the Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives at the start of the 114th Congress at the U.S. Capitol in Washington

The CBO scored the bill as costing taxpayers exactly zero dollars.

Two Things Pope Francis Will NOT Say In His Encyclical On The Environment

Opinion | Jennifer Roback Morse
Pope Francis attends the New Year mass in Saint Peter's Basilica at the Vatican

Don’t expect population control to be part of his planetary prescription

An Energy Security Trust Fund Should Be A Bipartisan Priority

Opinion | Ken Blackwell
An oil pump, owned by Rosneft company, is pictured in the settlement of Akhtyrskaya in Krasnodar region

Gas prices are low, but we can’t get complacent.

Here's How We'll Remember The Departing California Senator

Opinion | W. James Antle III
U.S. Senator Boxer, chairman of the Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works, speaks during the nomination hearing for McCarthy to be administrator of the EPA, in Washington

5 things we’ll remember her for

Gawker Outraged By The Most Trivial Thing You Can Think Of

Opinion | Christopher Bedford
Bikini Atoll nuclear bomb test. U.S. Government.

Readers: Caution

Egypt's Al-Sisi Wants An Islamic 'Revolution' - The Good Kind

Opinion | Abraham Cooper and Yitchok Adlerstein
Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi delivers a statement at the Elysee Palace in Paris

His groundbreaking New Year’s Day speech urged imams to change

Far-Right Parties And Europe's Very Real Public Discontent

Opinion | W. James Antle III
A woman attends a vigil to pay tribute to the victims of a shooting by gunmen at the offices of weekly satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo in Paris at Republique square

Only the ‘far right’ is talking about immigration, assimilation

The Leeches Of Wall Street

Opinion | Bill Regardie
A Wall Street sign is pictured in the rain outside the New York Stock Exchange

A dispatch from the National Association of Wall Street Enablers

The Administration Says The Paris Attack Is A War On Civilization, But Which Side Is It On?

Opinion | Abraham H. Miller
File photo of a policeman standing guard outside the French satirical weekly "Charlie Hebdo" in Paris

Workplace violence in Paris

Climate Duckspeakers And Relearning The Lessons Of Orwell's 1984

Opinion | Tom Harris
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Ducks dominate climate debate

A Misuse Of The Courts -- There Must Be A Better Way

Opinion | Lanny Davis
This image from the website of the Florida Department of Law Enforcement shows Jeffrey Epstein's permanent status as a registered sex offender.

Alan Dershowitz is right to fight the false accusations against him.

COULTER: Dying For A Cigarette In New York

Ann Coulter | Ann Coulter
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Cops don’t want to enforce these nonsense revenue-generating laws, but it’s their job.

Mass-Murdering Terrorists And UN Agree: We Need Stronger Hate Speech Laws!

Opinion | Robert Mariani
Candles and a placard which reads "I am Charlie" are pictured as tributes to victims of the Charlie Hebdo shooting, at the French embassy at Pariser Platz in Berlin

Speech-banners and the Paris murderers have the same goals in mind.

Most Thin Models Are Healthy -- Get Used To It

Opinion | Ameena Schelling
Shoppers are pictured outside a Urban Outfitters store in Pasadena

Censoring an Urban Outfitters photo hurts women rather than helping them

The Scalise Ordeal Shows The Media Will Bury Facts To Fit Its Narrative About Racist Southerners

Opinion | Ellen Carmichael
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There’s no evidence he was even aware of the EURO Conference.

The NYT Editorial Board's Schizophrenic View Of Police Enforcement

Opinion | Dustin Siggins
NYPD officers carry a protester detained after a fight during a march in support of the protests against the killing of unarmed black teenager Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, in Manhattan, New York

The Times whines about lax enforcement after decrying police brutality just weeks ago

The LGBT Community's 'Suicide Strategy' Killed Leelah Alcorn

Opinion | David Benkof
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The “higher rates of gay teen suicide” claim is a lie

The Washington-Havana Deal Doesn't Mean More Freedom For Cubans, But Lifting The Embargo Would

Opinion | Alvaro Vargas Llosa
Vintage cars drive near a banner with image of Cuban late rebel revolutionary Camilo Cienfuegos and Cuba's former president Fidel Castro in Havana

Game, set, and match for Castro. For now.

Of Snow Jobs And Global Warming: How Confirmation Bias Caused DC's Traffic Jams

Opinion | Patrick Michaels
The U.S. Capitol building is seen through a snow covered trellis at the start of the 114th Congress on the Capitol grounds in Washington

Why did forecasters ignore their own prognostications?

What Are The Chances We'll Have A Conservative House Speaker?

Opinion | W. James Antle III
Louie Gohmert arrives for House Republican leadership elections in the Longworth House Office Building on Capitol Hill in Washington

Inquiring Republicans want to know

Congress Should Clear The Legal Fog Of Cyber-War

Opinion | Mattie Fein
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The legality of private retaliation or declaring war over cyber-attacks is still murky.

'ObamaAir' Is Coming Unless Congress Stops It, And It Could Crash The Electrical Grid

Opinion | David Stevenson
File of steam rising from the stakes of the coal fired Jim Bridger Power Plant outside Point of the Rocks, Wyoming

Relying more heavily on natural gas during winter is a recipe for blackouts.

France's Multiculturalist Agenda Makes Jews Pack Their Bags

Opinion | Ryan Girdusky

Left-wing government must stop enabling anti-Semitic attacks

Speedy And Vocal Disapproval May Yet Save Modi From The BJP

Opinion | Dinkar Jain
Indian PM Modi addresses an election campaign rally at Kathua

The PM is a pragmatic man, but voters need to hold his feet to the fire.

Did Anyone At University Of Iowa Apologize To Serhat Tanyolacar After They Got The Whole Story?

Opinion | DC Larson
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The artist whose piece sparked outrage has a long history of anti-racist activism

Let's Make A Deal With The Middle Class

Opinion | Daniel Oliver
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End the war on poverty.

Six Tiny Non-Partisan Steps For Reviving Congress

Opinion | John Linder
A general view of the U.S. Capitol dome can be seen to the carriage entrance to the U.S. Senate in Washington

Spending and transparency reforms everyone should agree on

Obama Rolls Dice With American Lives Over GITMO Releases

Opinion | J. D. Gordon
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Nearly one in three have returned to terrorism.

Among Washington's 'Best And Brightest'

Opinion | Milton Ezrati
U.S. President Barack Obama departs at the conclusion of his end of the year press conference in the briefing room of the White House in Washington

The know-it-all pretensions behind phrases like ‘we at State’

What Will Happen After The Latest Keynesian Bubble Bursts?

Opinion | Bill Frezza
Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange as a television displays news about the Federal Reserve announcement

The next crisis could be capitalism’s last.

Optimism For 2015

Opinion | Larry Kudlow
File photo of a view of the City hall building in Scranton

America is better than it has shown.

Will FCC Grant Congress Legislative Deference?

Feature:Opinion | Scott Cleland
Wheeler takes his seat to testify before a House Energy and Commerce Communications and Technology Subcommittee hearing on oversight of the FCC on Capitol Hill in Washington

Isn’t Congress due the same deference from the FCC that the FCC expects from the courts?

Steve Scalise Should Resign -- Right After Obama Does

Opinion | Ben Johnson
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Unlike David Duke, Al Sharpton’s incitement has been tied to the death of a Jew.

The Islamic State's Golden Rule

Opinion | Felix Imonti
Militant Islamist fighters take part in a military parade along the streets of northern Raqqa province

They claim to want to create a gold-backed currency. But would it work?

A New Year�s Resolution: Moving Beyond The Heliocentric Doctrine Of Health Insurance

Opinion | John R. Graham
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Patients and insurers shouldn’t switch dance partners annually.

COULTER: Liberals: If The Shoe Doesn't Fit, Make Everyone Wear It

Ann Coulter | Ann Coulter
Ann Coulter

‘The only new rule we really need is one to stop these infernal liberal hoaxes.’

The Seven Biggest Liberal Fails Of 2014

Opinion | W. James Antle III
President Barack Obama attends the 2nd ASEAN-USA Summit in Naypyitaw

Democrats liked the Senate majority they had, but couldn’t keep it

UN Security Council Vote Means Israel Can't Choose Democracy

Opinion | David Benkof
The United Nations Security Council unanimously votes on a resolution authorizing humanitarian aid access into rebel-held areas of Syria, during a United Nations Security Council meeting at U.N. headquarters in New York

Only the United States and Australia voted to protect Israel.

Top 5 Wins And Losses For Taxpayers In 2014

Opinion | Lee Schalk
Internet access taxes could cost consumers and businesses billions. (Photo: Flickr/Creative Commons)

Next year looks like an even bigger year for tax reform

Andrew Cuomo's Fracking Ploy Hurts New Yorkers

Opinion | Jason Stverak
Governor of New York Cuomo arrives for NYPD officer Ramos' funeral at Christ Tabernacle Church in the Queens borough of New York

Punting on opening drilling in his state will come back to haunt him.

Even Republicans And GMO-Friendly Executives Are Caving To Insane Anti-GMO Demands

Opinion | Mischa Popoff
Employees stock shelves near a sign supporting non genetically modified organisms (GMO) at the Central Co-op in Seattle, Washington

Where’s their fighting spirit?

Patient Centered Medical Homes And The Hidden 'Fundamental Transformation' Of Obamacare

Opinion | Joe Herring
Acosta, patient care coordinator at AltaMed, speaks to a man during a community outreach on Obamacare in Los Angeles

The ACA is designed to complicate healthcare delivery in the name of streamlining it.

Legalized Marijuana Hasn't Caused The Sky To Fall

Opinion | Paul Armentano
Marijuana plants for sale are displayed at the medical marijuana farmers market in Los Angeles

Teen smoking in Colorado is down

7 Ways Abortion Advocates Avoided Discussions In 2014 By Talking About Genitals Instead

Opinion | Kristan Hawkins
WASHINGTON, DC - JANUARY 22: Pro-choice activists hold signs as marchers of the annual March for Life arrive in front of the U.S. Supreme Court January 22, 2014 on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. (Photo: Alex Wong/Getty Images)

From sparkly penis ornaments to vandalism, abortion activists are often crude.

I Always Respected The Police, Even In Prison

Opinion | David Lawrence
Prisongeneric

In prison, you’re there to be ignored.

2014: The Year Of Futility In The Fight Against Climate Change

Opinion | Steve Goreham

The “pause” in global warming is now old enough to vote or to serve in the military.

Cable Is So Yesterday

Opinion | Bill Regardie
Earns Time Warner Cable

“Do you think Mark Zuckerberg cared about ads when he started Facebook?”

Into The Freudian 'Woods'

Opinion | David Benkof
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The Sondheim play looks inward

The Tribal Politics Of Cass Sunstein

Opinion | Keith Naughton
Cass Sunstein

A man with many conflicts tells the president’s critics to shut up

Will Jeff Sessions Strike Back In 2015?

Opinion | W. James Antle III
Jeff Sessions (R-AL) speaks to the media after the Senate Judiciary Committee voted on the Kagan confirmation during a markup hearing July 20, 2010 on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. (Photo: Alex Wong/Getty Images)

Conservative passed over for key chairmanship

Merry Christmas, Kim Jong-Un

Opinion | Daniel Oliver
File photo shows North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un holding up his ballot during the fifth session of the 12th Supreme People's Assembly of North Korea in Pyongyang

Where were you when we needed you?

COULTER: Happy Kwanzaa! The Holiday Brought To You By The FBI

Ann Coulter | Ann Coulter
Ann Coulter

Only white liberals take Kwanzaa seriously. American blacks celebrate Christmas.

The Obama Administration And Race-Baiting Pundits Are Paving The Way For National Policing

Opinion | Deputy Matt
A protester hold up sign at makeshift memorial at site where two police officers were shot in Brooklyn borough of New York

What could go wrong?

Lower Gas Prices, Stronger Families

Opinion | Jennifer Stefano
A woman pumps gas at a station in Falls Church

The energy boom is good for everyone, especially America’s families.

The Last Christmas Column On Earth

Opinion | Ulf Kirchdorfer
Christmas carolers

Effective tomorrow, all columns related to Christmas have been banned

Charlie Chaplain Versus Sony: Two Responses To Intimidation

Opinion | Stephen Smoot
Charlie Chaplin

Is today’s Hollywood up to the same standard?

The Conservative Case For A New Cuba Policy

Opinion | Sen. Jeff Flake
File picture shows a car driving past the building of the the U.S. diplomatic mission in Cuba, The U.S. Interests Section, (USINT), in Havana

Isolating Cuba has failed. Openness is the real get-tough policy.