But maybe they shouldn’t
‘They said Europe’s future depended on us doing our part.’
Speaker Boehner goes after the Tea Party on ’60 Minutes’
The GOP cannot outbid Dems for the middle class.
But then they’ve never liked Patriots
Victory goes to the party willing to do what it takes. Democrats do, Republicans don’t.
New energy-use meters are dangerous, but can they be stopped?
If we fight the battle on liberal turf, we lose
People will follow if leaders will lead.
The facts don’t fit the narrative about LGBT repression in Russia
‘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’
The Nonhuman Rights Project equated human ownership of apes to African-American children held as slaves
It’s easy for establishment Republicans
A war on language at the Colorado Sex Offender Management Board
Mark McKinnon splits with Lawrence Lessig, but still has it in for political speech
Loose talk about being denied the right to vote is precisely about “demonizing” the other side.
The president showed no inclination to compromise, and stuck his thumb in Congress’s eye.
Welcome to a world where the privileged excel and the peasants settle for an education that’s “good enough.”
By adding the simple article “the,” Rachel turned Chris Wallace from a garden-variety 1980s news reporter into Archie Bunker.
What a long, strange trip it’s been
‘Lou Gehrig and Atticus Finch — those are the two people George Bush 41 reminds me of.’
The case for making more terrorism-related data available to the public
The president was right about booming energy production, but he had nothing to do with it.
Americans are already taxed 48.3 cents per gallon, on average
Might still makes right in many parts of Nigeria today.
Political leaders sabotage Islam’s eventual progression to a modern and democratic religion.
The 1980s transportation deregulation produced nearly $100 billion in consumer benefits per year.
But hey, that was a great speech
Past presidents were no less partisan than Obama, but they could still have a drink
While Obama was saying he had to enforce the law, he was waiting for DHS to plot an end-run around it.
Title II requires congressional approval.
Congressional Republicans are the only thing standing in the way of Obama’s agenda, and they’re chickening out.
Cutting tax rates, not raising them, is the real way to make economic policy work.
Judges routinely decide not to provide real protection for non-fundamental rights.
Net Neutrality and Obamacare flow from the same big-government mentality.
Does it matter if he was a conservative?
Why do climate-change advocates spend more time attacking their opponents instead of their arguments?
His wasted State of the Union will be about politics instead of policy
Are they really this stupid?
The president lives in an Alice in Wonderland alternate universe.
Since Congress didn’t pass the Weldon Amendment last year, they must make it permanent.
Just asking questions
The problem and solution reside with the people of the Islamic religion themselves.
‘When banks ask for photo IDs to cash checks or to open accounts, are they engaging in banking suppression?’
Time to show the GOP “deserves victory”
How the Civil Rights Commission’s state committees were captured by groupthink.
‘No recourse to public funds’ — a good idea from the UK
If we cave to censorship, the terrorists win.
A non-libertarian politician says that might be OK
He pulled out of a Catholic conference within hours of facing criticism.
The same folks who brought us Obamacare are sensationalizing prescription costs.
Rail transit and wind turbines are already much bigger threats.
No real evidence the NFL had known of the Ray Rice videotape
Obama’s health care law ends here
‘Americans are being bamboozled into paying any price for a college degree’
Do we even know what freedom means?
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?
Back then, Islamic leaders talked down the extremists personally.
More government favoritism would just tilt the playing field more.
France lets only the police have weapons – except when it even disarms them
Last year’s ban on access taxes stands a good chance of passing this year.
The big difference is Tennessee can afford subsidizing college, Washington can’t.
Only time will tell.
It’s hard to get people worked up about regulations — here’s how.
Just sit back and break out the popcorn
What does this year’s model have to offer conservatives?
The new Pentagon chief can’t take Azerbaijani commitments and contributions for granted.
Israeli Jews know what American and French ones don’t: Guns in pews save lives
Muslims must unconditionally condemn violence, but the ‘new atheists’ shouldn’t forget Ahmed Merabet.
Representatives from Qatar, Turkey, and Palestine mar the solidarity demonstration
They’re not really “free,” and cost billions annually for next to no purpose.
Five things we learned about the state of the GOP
Don’t ‘downplay the religious dimension’ of violence in France
Raise the federal gas tax? Here’s a better idea.
The way to stop terrorists and rogue states is a disproportionate response.
How regulations are making it harder to get a mortgage, even for people with good credit
The only men she doesn’t hate are John Edwards and Ted Kennedy
By bullets abroad, and speech-silencing campaigns at home, freedom is under attack.
The CBO scored the bill as costing taxpayers exactly zero dollars.
Don’t expect population control to be part of his planetary prescription
Gas prices are low, but we can’t get complacent.
5 things we’ll remember her for
His groundbreaking New Year’s Day speech urged imams to change
Only the ‘far right’ is talking about immigration, assimilation
A dispatch from the National Association of Wall Street Enablers
Workplace violence in Paris
Ducks dominate climate debate
Alan Dershowitz is right to fight the false accusations against him.
Cops don’t want to enforce these nonsense revenue-generating laws, but it’s their job.
Speech-banners and the Paris murderers have the same goals in mind.
Censoring an Urban Outfitters photo hurts women rather than helping them
There’s no evidence he was even aware of the EURO Conference.
The Times whines about lax enforcement after decrying police brutality just weeks ago
The “higher rates of gay teen suicide” claim is a lie
Game, set, and match for Castro. For now.
Why did forecasters ignore their own prognostications?
Inquiring Republicans want to know
The legality of private retaliation or declaring war over cyber-attacks is still murky.
Relying more heavily on natural gas during winter is a recipe for blackouts.
Left-wing government must stop enabling anti-Semitic attacks
The PM is a pragmatic man, but voters need to hold his feet to the fire.
The artist whose piece sparked outrage has a long history of anti-racist activism
End the war on poverty.
Spending and transparency reforms everyone should agree on
Nearly one in three have returned to terrorism.
The know-it-all pretensions behind phrases like ‘we at State’
The next crisis could be capitalism’s last.
America is better than it has shown.
Isn’t Congress due the same deference from the FCC that the FCC expects from the courts?
Unlike David Duke, Al Sharpton’s incitement has been tied to the death of a Jew.
They claim to want to create a gold-backed currency. But would it work?
Patients and insurers shouldn’t switch dance partners annually.
‘The only new rule we really need is one to stop these infernal liberal hoaxes.’
Democrats liked the Senate majority they had, but couldn’t keep it
Only the United States and Australia voted to protect Israel.
Next year looks like an even bigger year for tax reform
Punting on opening drilling in his state will come back to haunt him.
Where’s their fighting spirit?
The ACA is designed to complicate healthcare delivery in the name of streamlining it.
Teen smoking in Colorado is down
From sparkly penis ornaments to vandalism, abortion activists are often crude.
In prison, you’re there to be ignored.
The “pause” in global warming is now old enough to vote or to serve in the military.
“Do you think Mark Zuckerberg cared about ads when he started Facebook?”
The Sondheim play looks inward
A man with many conflicts tells the president’s critics to shut up
Conservative passed over for key chairmanship
Where were you when we needed you?
Only white liberals take Kwanzaa seriously. American blacks celebrate Christmas.
What could go wrong?
The energy boom is good for everyone, especially America’s families.
Effective tomorrow, all columns related to Christmas have been banned
Is today’s Hollywood up to the same standard?
Isolating Cuba has failed. Openness is the real get-tough policy.