Planned Parenthood's Anti-Women Agenda On Display In Colorado

Dustin Siggins
Planned Parenthood

More than one million abortions take place each year in America.

By Virtue Of Unalienable Right: Pope Francis And The American Idea

Opinion | Alan Keyes
Pope Francis talks during a special audience with nuns of Rome's diocese in Paul VI hall at the Vatican

The Declaration of Independence translates the Christian understanding of virtue into political terms.

Foster Parents Are Making Our Nation Stronger

Opinion | Gov. John Kasich
Kyrgyzstan Adoption Limbo.JPEG

Helping all children realize their God-given potential is the key to our future.

Privacy Protection And Security: We Can Have Both

Opinion | Lanny Davis
An undated aerial handout photo shows the National Security Agency headquarters building in Fort Meade, Maryland

We are again facing the fallacy of the false choice.

Phone Surveillance Must End

Opinion | Sheldon Richman
File photo of NSA data gathering facility in Bluffdale, south of Salt Lake City, Utah

Government must not be allowed to gather information on everyone simply because it has the technological means to do so.

Job Creator In Chief? It's Jeb Bush, By A Large Margin

Opinion | Travis H. Brown
Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush speaks at the Republican Party of Iowa's Lincoln Dinner in Des Moines, Iowa

Clearly, a state’s future depends upon the person who leads it, and a leader’s jobs record matters.

Medicaid Expansion Could Expand Federally Funded Abortions

Opinion | Michael New
Marilyn Tavenner, Administrator of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services at the Department of Health and Human Services, testifies during a US House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform hearing on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC, December 9, 2014. (Photo: SAUL LOEB/AFP/Getty Images)

Medicaid funding increases state abortion rates.

To The Graduating Class Of 2015...

Opinion | Ted Nugent
Students throw their hats after the graduation ceremony at the Hamburg School of Business Administration (HSBA) in Hamburg

The ball is now in your court. Hit it square, hit it often, hit it hard and hit it smart!

COULTER: Knowing What We Know Now, Would You Say Jeb Bush Is Retarded?

Ann Coulter | Ann Coulter

Our argument was: There were lots of reasons to get rid of Saddam Hussein, and none to keep him

Unilateral Disarmament Is Not The American Way: Save The Ex-Im Bank

Opinion | George Landrith
Fred Hochberg, chairman and president of the Export-Import Bank of the United States, testifies before a Senate Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Committee hearing on "Oversight and Reauthorization of the Export-Import Bank of the United States" on Capitol Hill in Washington on January 28, 2014. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts

Reagan understood that unilateral disarmament is the pathway to defeat – on the battlefield, and in the marketplace as well.

International Bureaucrats Undertake Stealth Transformation Of Global Tax Rules

Opinion | Andrew F. Quinlan
Greek Prime Minister Tsipras delivers a speech at  the OECD headquarters in Paris

Without input from Congress, the Obama administration has cheered on this overseas process at every stage.

EPA's Gift Horse -- Governors Have A Better Choice

Opinion | Luke Popovich
The Duke Energy coal-fired power plant is seen from the Dan River in Eden

Governors should call the EPA’s bluff: decline the state plan and let them try to impose costly conditions through a federal plan.

Congratulations, New Grads, And Welcome To Indentured Servitude!

Opinion | Bill Frezza
Obama in graduation regalia AFP Getty Images/Timothy A. Clary

Depressed about being the first generation of Americans unlikely to do as well as your parents? Don’t worry, there’s a pill for that!

Ensure Full Reciprocity In U.S. Trade Treaties

Opinion | J. G. Collins
Senate Major leader McConnell heads to the Senate floor for a cloture vote on Capitol Hill in Washington

U.S. companies doing business in China would enjoy no TPP reciprocation because China will not be a signatory.

Shootout At The Bab al-Mandeb Strait?

Opinion | James Zumwalt
Mideast Hormuz Strait Smugglers.JPEG

Law and order turns on a willingness to confront the bad guys.

Hillary Clinton Finally Takes Some Questions From The Press

Opinion | Bill Whalen
Former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton takes part in a roundtable of young Nevadans discussing immigration as she campaigns for the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination at Rancho High School in Las Vegas

Mrs. Clinton and her handlers may have poisoned the well with those chronicling the historical adventure.

It's Now Clear The Stunning Negligence That Led Up To Chris Stevens' Death In Benghazi

Daily Caller News Foundation | Geoffrey Ingersoll
A militia stands guard in front of the entrance to the February 17 militia camp after Libyan irregular forces clashed with them in Benghazi

Clinton passes operational information over an unsecure networks

Bailing Out The Highway Trust Fund Won't Fix America's Crumbling Infrastructure

Opinion | Neil Siefring
Digital traffic sign usually used for commuter travel information informs travellers southbound on interstate highway 5 to conserve water as they pass through Del Mar

The fund can operate at a deficit since Congress will always bail it out.

The Clintons' Mainstream Media Enablers

Opinion | Roger Stone
Hillary Clinton

Team Hillary even bragged about the war room that supposedly quelled any adverse impact on her presidential ambitions.

The Real Story Behind The Teddy Bear's Conservation

Opinion | Brian Seasholes
Campus Bear.JPEG

It is time for this country to shift away from Teddy Roosevelt “speak softly and carry a big stick” style-conservation.

BBC Journalists Jailed For Telling Truth In Qatar -- As PR Firms Spin For Dictators And Terrorists

Opinion | Ronn Torossian
Mideast Qatar .JPEG

Repressing press freedom is unacceptable, and its unacceptable to defend it.

Bankruptcy Protection, Not A Taxpayer Bailout For Puerto Rico

Opinion | Niger Innis
APTOPIX Puerto Rico Elections.JPEG

Allow a judge to settle the territory’s fiscal woes.

Candidates Win Evangelicals With Pro-American Worker Immigration Policy

Opinion | Ken Blackwell
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker

‘By a 12-1 margin, evangelical voters said it is “more moral” for new jobs to go to unemployed Americans and legal immigrants’

Will Anyone Ever Defend Banks?

Opinion | Larry Kudlow
The HSBC bank logo is pictured at the bank headquarters in Paris

Bank-bashing didn’t work in Britain, and it may not work here in 2016.

Bee Facts Changed -- Green Agendas Did Not

Opinion | Paul Driessen
File photo of honey bees swarming on a honeycomb at a farm in Jordan Valley

Activists and White House appear ready to present new justifications for unjustified policies

Seven Days In September? The Truth About Jade Helm

Opinion | Ray Starmann
Greg Abbott

Is it wrong to worry?

Radio Stations Are Not Responsible For The Music Industry's Business Challenges

Opinion | Peggy Binzel
Britain Digital Music.JPEG

Consumers have never had access to more music. That’s a good thing.

Drop And Give Me Twenty: Thoughts On The Strange State Of Exercise In America

Opinion | Michael C. Kerrigan
EPA gym/Office of Inspector General

We’re getting fit in weirder and weirder ways.

North Carolina's Proposed Religious Freedom Law Protects Fundamental Freedoms

Opinion | Doug Wardlow
North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory arrives for a celebration for evangelist Billy Graham's 95th birthday in Asheville

Religious liberty means nothing if the government can punish you for expressing your beliefs in word or conduct.

Conservative Intellectual: Progressive Ideology 'Dehumanizes The Population'

Ginni Thomas | Ginni Thomas

Conservative Intellectual: Progressive Ideology ‘Dehumanizes The Population’

The Fifth Circuit Should Keep The Freeze On Obama's Executive Amnesty

Opinion | Ian Smith
U.S. President Obama arrives for  MSNBC/Telemundo town hall discussion on immigration at Florida International University in Miami

The administration’s claims are desperate attempts to satisfy their boss’s legacy.

Stop Economic Cronyism, Wind Down The Ex-Im Bank

Opinion | Ken Blackwell
Fred Hochberg, chairman and president of the Export-Import Bank of the United States, testifies before a Senate Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Committee hearing on "Oversight and Reauthorization of the Export-Import Bank of the United States" on Capitol Hill in Washington on January 28, 2014. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts

Speaker Boehner’s recent comments are an encouraging sign.

Beheaded Christian Doesn't Regret Faith

Opinion | Pete Hoekstra
Political blogger Geller speaks at the Muhammad Art Exhibit and Contest, which is sponsored by the American Freedom Defense Initiative, in Garland

Geller held a cartoon contest and they portray her as a monster. Something isn’t quite right here.

Fast Track Workers, Not Just Trade

Opinion | Aaron Johnson
U.S. Trade Representative Froman speaks during a news conference at the end the TPP Ministerial meeting in Singapore

The workplace changes by the second, so let businesses keep more of their money.

A Police Week Plea To President Obama

Opinion | Lt. Randy Sutton
NYPD officers salute as thousands of officers stand at attention while a hearse carrying the body of slain NYPD officer Brian Moore passes in a procession to St. James Roman Catholic Church for his funeral service in Seaford, New York

Your public pronouncements have consistently taken on an anti-law enforcement tone.

Kim Jong-un: North Korea's 'Terminator'

Opinion | James Zumwalt
KCNA picture of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un watching the test-fire of a strategic submarine underwater ballistic missile

Is the recent execution for real?

The UK Elections And Scottish Independence: A Test of British Government

Opinion | Randal Meyer
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron speaks after retaining his parliamentary seat at a count centre in Witney

Hopefully, Mr. Cameron will take the route of William Pitt, and move forward with an appropriate devolution compromise.

Celebrate Endangered Species And America's True Conservationists, Not The Endangered Species Act

Opinion | Brian Seasholes
SD Ferret Comeback.JPEG

62 percent of endangered species depend on private land for 81-100 percent of their habitat.

Seeing Is Believing: Ben Carson 2016

Opinion | Ben Walters
Republican U.S. presidential candidate Carson officially launches bid for the Republican presidential nomination in Detroit

There’s no question that Ben Carson’s entrance into the race has strengthened the GOP field immeasurably.

How I Explain My Conservative Views

Opinion | Alan Keyes
Ben Carson

‘The capacity for deliberate choice is one of the most distinctive fruits of human understanding.’

Obamacare Is Rapidly Imploding: Will the Republican Congress Finally Do Something About It?

Opinion | Seton Motley
Obama delivers remarks on the fifth anniversary of the Affordable Care Act on the White House campus in Washington

For what, exactly, are you people waiting?

COULTER: What Will The GOP Cave On Next?

Ann Coulter | Ann Coulter
Ann Coulter

Before sucking up to The New York Times, it would be really great if Republicans would read, so they’d know stuff.

Hollywood Traitors Supported Hitler And Stalin

Opinion | Brett M. Decker
Notorious Purges.JPEG

‘Hollywood no longer seems to be making pictures hailing the Soviet Union, but it is still turning out anti-American films’

Climate Alarmist John Kerry Invests Massively In Fossil Fuel Stocks

Opinion | Ron Arnold
United States Secretary of State Kerry delivers remarks at 45th annual Washington Conference on the Americas in Washington

Financial records of Kerry’s first year as Secretary of State, January to December 2013, are all gone.

Marco Rubio: The Commander-in-Chief We Need

Opinion | Josh Mandel
U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) addresses the 42nd annual Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) February 27, 2015 in National Harbor, Maryland. (Alex Wong/Getty Images)

America needs strength in the White House. America needs Marco Rubio.

Raising A Glass To The Great American Beer Aisle

Opinion | Rebecca Spicer
Happy Hour Beer

What other product has so much selection, sitting next to competing products?

The Media Is Losing The #WaronNerds

Opinion | Mytheos Holt

The War on Nerds is not won, but it has turned. And based on its current trajectory, it may soon not even be a war, but a rout.

Jeffrey Fiedler: The Manchurian Commissioner

Opinion | Peter Roff
US Casinos Macau Headache.JPEG

Fiedler’s activities on the U.S.-China Economic Security Review Commission should come as an embarrassment to Pelosi

Yes, Repealing The Medical Device Tax Really Would Be A Good Thing

Opinion | Erika Hanson Brown
Patient Navarro receives treatment from Doctor Yeh in the Emergency Room at OSF Saint Francis Medical Center in Peoria

Repealing this tax is essential to ensuring access to the right scan at the right time.

HUCKABEE: Why I Oppose Trade Promotion Authority For President Obama

Opinion | Mike Huckabee
U.S. Trade Representative Froman speaks during a news conference at the end the TPP Ministerial meeting in Singapore

I support free, fair trade, but I’m sick of America’s workers getting punched in the gut.

Title IX Expansion, Coming Soon To An Elementary School Near You

Opinion | Bill Frezza
Elementary school students

Few items of local politics are as explosive as school board politics.

What's Worse Than Government-Caused Uncertainty? Certainty The Government Is Against You

Opinion | Seton Motley
Obama And Biden Meet With Tech CEO's At White House

What we absolutely do not need is government artificially creating all manner of additional uncertainties.

It'll Take More Than Mockery To Get Texas To Trust The Federal Government

Opinion | Mark Meckler
Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott Votes In State's Primary

There is nothing wrong with the leader of a sovereign state monitoring the federal government.

A Talk, Not The Talk: On Useful Chats With Your Adolescent Son

Opinion | Michael C. Kerrigan
Teenage Boys

Do fathers even have “the talk” with their sons anymore?

Community Colleges Offer Low-Cost Path To Well-Paying Jobs

Opinion | Diana Furchtgott-Roth and Jared Meyer
State Of The Union Michigan.JPEG

For those who want to graduate debt-free and start a well-paying job, community college might well be the best choice out there.

KIRSTEN POWERS: Illiberal Left 'Silencing Important Debates'

Opinion | Kirsten Powers
Wall Street Las Cruces.JPEG

The silencing of dissenting speech should concern us all, left or right.

Political Correctness Has Destroyed The Army's Readiness And Morale

Opinion | Ray Starmann

The Army must once again rebuild itself. Women in the Army aren’t the problem. Political correctness is.

The Iceman Cometh? The Data Says Maybe, But Not If You Ask The Climate Alarmists

Opinion | Paul Driessen
A fisherman watches sunset in the  South China Sea, about 130 nautical miles from Scarborough Shoal in the coastal town of Masinloc

Could a quiescent sun portend a new little ice age: a chilly era for humanity and agriculture?

GOP Will Lose In 2016 Without Sensible Immigration Reform

Opinion | Larry Kudlow
Former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton takes part in a roundtable of young Nevadans discussing immigration as she campaigns for the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination at Rancho High School in Las Vegas

They must answer Hillary’s shot across the bow.

Ted Cruz's Gay Hosts Are Shunned, While Major Cult Leader Is Among Largest Donors To Broadway Cares

Opinion | Ronn Torossian

Will they refund the cult’s money?

Cuomo's Error Not The First In Targeting Fast Food Industry

Opinion | Ryan Williams
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo speaks to the media in Havana

The embarrassment was swift Governor Andrew Cuomo.

Baltimore's Criminal Justice System Is Corrupt, I Know Because I Was Imprisoned there

Opinion | Jason Fyk
A policeman opens the back of a police van to load those detained for defying a curfew in west Baltimore

We need to recognize the problems with law enforcement.

Pakistani ISI Death Squad Leader Attends Human Rights Meeting In Karachi

Opinion | Ahmar Mustikhan

Many human rights activists in Balochistan have been disappeared

Armenia And Azerbaijan Adapt To A New Geopolitical Reality In The Near East

Opinion | Alexander Murinson
Russia's President Putin attends commemoration ceremony marking centenary of mass killing of Armenians by Ottoman Turks in Yerevan

Azerbaijan is building bridges with European partners, while Armenia looks to Russia

Campaign Video Voyeur: Who Took Carly Fiorina Hostage?

Opinion | Garth Rogers
Former Hewlett-Packard Co Chief Executive and Republican U.S. presidential candidate Fiorina speaks during the TechCrunch Disrupt event in New York

If you can’t read lips, you might fear the Symbionese Liberation Army was back in business.

The Great Purple Issue Of Criminal Justice Reform

Opinion | Lanny Davis
Prison Cells

Let’s do the hard work to help our imprisoned people of color become productive citizens.

Addressing Baltimore With Hope

Opinion | Ed J. Pozzuoli
Former Florida Jeb Bush speaks during an interview at the 42nd annual Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) February 27, 2015 in National Harbor, Maryland. Conservative activists attended the annual political conference to discuss their agenda. (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images)

Jeb Bush’s charter school reforms are a blueprint for decaying urban areas

Without Action, DISH Will Walk With $3 Billion Tax Subsidy

Opinion | Mike Wendy
The sign in the lobby of the corporate headquarters of Dish Network is seen in the Denver suburb of Englewood, Colorado April 6, 2011. REUTERS/Rick Wilking

The FCC should not hold the bank vault open for these hoodlums.

On The Corruption Of Science Applied Beyond Its Limitation

Opinion | Alan Keyes
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie and his wife Mary Pat Christie visit the One Nucleus life science company headquarters in Cambridge

If our way of knowing requires that we deny His presence, what are we to make of it?

COULTER: Smart Policing: Lock Up Liberals

Ann Coulter | Ann Coulter

The New York Times’ working assumption is the only way to judge the criminal justice system is to ask if Al Sharpton is unhappy.

Governor Greg Abbott: The Real Successor To The Ron Paul Legacy

Opinion | Ray Starmann
Greg Abbott

Rand Paul looks pretty darn good compared to Hillary. But, Abbott looks a heck of a lot better.

De Blasio, The Champion Of The Minor Thug

Opinion | David Lawrence
New York City mayor Bill de Blasio speaks during a news conference at the Queens Library in the Queens Borough of New York

Please let that rumor that one of the most hated mayors in New York wants to run for president be an auditory hallucination.

The Jihadis Are Controlling Access To The Public Square

Opinion | Abraham H. Miller
Local police and FBI investigators collect evidence, including a rifle, where two gunmen were shot dead after their bodies were removed in Garland

We will survive the jihadis, but whether we will survive their apologists and the quislings in our midst is another question

Liberalism Is A Gallon of Gas And A Book Of Matches

Opinion | Ted Nugent
Baltimore Riots [Grae Stafford - Daily Caller] 15

The root cause of the riots and mayhem isn’t police brutality.

The Obama Administration Wants Non-Citizens Voting In Federal Elections

Opinion | Dale L. Wilcox
Voter Citizenship Law.JPEG

This threat has never been more serious than it is today.

Scott Walker And Mitt Romney: Different Signature, Same Candidate

Opinion | Terry Schilling
Potential Republican 2016 presidential candidate Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker speaks to local activists and elected officials in Derry

The governor’s inconsistent public record on abortion and missteps with Hispanics make him the Mitt Romney of the 2016 cycle.

The Right Way To Approach Hate And Discrimination

Opinion | Qasim Rashid
Local police and FBI investigators survey the scene where two gunmen were shot dead, after their bodies were removed in Garland

Hold yourself to a higher standard of speech than the bare minimum the law requires.

Campaign Video Voyeur: Huckabee's Pre-Anouncement Video

Opinion | Garth Rogers
Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee speaks at the Family Leadership Summit in Ames, Iowa

As for the drunken redneck vote? That’s the coalition that probably doesn’t vote in a primary anyway.

The Medicare Recovery Audit Program Works For Taxpayers

Opinion | Andrew F. Quinlan
Seniors Rush To Register For Medicare Part D Plan Before Deadline

The least that can be done for taxpayers is to ensure that providers are not benefiting from improper payments.

Shut Down Investors Using Influence To Undermine Trust In Government

Opinion | Ronnie Shows
The Herbalife logo is seen on a building housing some of their offices in downtown Los Angeles, California

The Herbalife shakedown will hurt people’s confidence

Latest Report On Global Free Trade Impediments Details The Ridiculousness

Opinion | Seton Motley
U.S. Trade Rep. Froman testifies on Capitol Hill in Washington

We have nearly a century’s worth of heinousness to undo.

Free Speech Under Threat: The Silencing Of Skeptics And Conservatives

Opinion | Paul Driessen
Environmental activists hold placards as they protest during the 19th conference of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP19) in Warsaw

Congressional Democrats and Vatican join White House and Leftist assaults on basic rights

I (Soni)Care About You -- Thoughts On Ending Things With Your Electric Toothbrush

Opinion | Michael C. Kerrigan
Earns Procter and Gamble.JPEG

Can I interest you in a gently used Sonicare toothbrush?

Yemen And The Lessons Unlearned

Opinion | Habib Al-Mullah
Southern Popular Resistance fighter walks on a tank in Yemen's southern city of Aden

Time and again, we’ve seen evidence that there is no more fertile ground for extremism than the failed state.

As The Smoke Clears In Baltimore, It's Time To Revive Compassionate Conservatism

Opinion | David Cohen
Protesters march down West North Avenue as they demonstrate against police brutality and celebrate the charges against the arresting officers in the death of neighborhood resident Freddie Gray in West Baltimore

Our inner cities must do better, and liberalism has run out of answers.

The United Nations Is A Major Threat To Press Freedom

Opinion | Drew Johnson
United Nations Secretary General Ban listens during a news conference with al-Jabouri, speaker of the Iraqi Council of Representatives, in Baghdad

This type of assault on the freedom of the press is nothing new for the UN.

Zero Inflation Is Holding The Economy Together

Opinion | Larry Kudlow
U.S. Trade Representative Froman speaks during a news conference at the end the TPP Ministerial meeting in Singapore

Free trade will give it a strong boost.

Ringside Seat To Hypocrisy

Opinion | John Steigerwald
Pacquiao of the Philippines covers his face as he is punched by Mayweather, Jr. of the U.S. in the first round during their welterweight WBO, WBC and WBA (Super) title fight in Las Vegas

The difference between Ray Rice and Floyd Mayweather

It's Time To Ban Armed Drones On American Soil

Opinion | Rep. Michael Burgess
Camera drone flown by Brian Wilson flies near the scene where two buildings were destroyed in an explosion, in the East Harlem section in New York City

This is a constitutional issue, not a partisan one.

Why Mayweather-Pacquaio Could Be Terrible For Boxing

Opinion | Jamie Weinstein
Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather pose at a news conference for their upcoming bout in Los Angeles

It could be a snooze-fest

Lessons For Journalists From Obama Insider David Axelrod

Opinion | Lloyd Billingsley

As a true believer, David Axelrod is not a man to speak the truth to power.

Lessons On How To Stage A Tea Party From British CEOs

Opinion | Manisha Singh
Britain's PM Cameron fields questions after delivering a speech on education at a Conservative Party event in Enfield

Corporate inversions, good or bad, are perfectly legal.

Bernie Sanders, Second Amendment Socialist?

Politics | W. James Antle III
Bernie Sanders

Hillary’s challenger has taken some surprising stands on guns

I Believe Hillary Clinton

Opinion | Gayle Trotter
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton delivers keynote address at the 18th Annual David N. Dinkins Leadership and Public Policy Forum at Columbia University in New York

I believe that the Clintons have nothing to hide.

Huckabee Faces An Uphill Climb

Opinion | Stewart Lawrence
Mike Huckabee

Can the GOP’s evangelical folk hero build a credible national campaign?

Spiro Agnew, Baltimore, And The Myth Of A 'Southern Strategy'

Opinion | Justin Coffey
Spiro Agnew -- Vice President under President Nixon and former Governor of Maryland from 1967-1969, Agnew remains the only VP in U.S. history to resign because of criminal charges.  In 1973, he pleased no contest to tax evasion with the condition that he resign the office of Vice President.  He had already been under investigation earlier that year by the U.S. Attorney's office in Baltimore on charges of extortion, tax fraud, bribery and conspiracy. Agnew died in 1996.

If Nixon really had a Southern Strategy he would have picked a politician who had opposed integration efforts.

Baltimore City: Who's In Charge There?

Opinion | Alan Keyes
Baltimore Riots [Grae Stafford - Daily Caller] 15

The city’s officials debase themselves by apologizing for violence.

Welfare Reform Gets People Back To Work, So Why Did Jay Nixon Veto It?

Opinion | Logan Pike
Richard McClure, co-Chair of the Ferguson Commission, speaks after being introduced by Missouri Governor Jay Nixon in St. Louis

Does he want to trap Missouri’s poor in a cycle of dependency?

COULTER: MSNBC Police Brutality Experts Are Incredible -- And Not In A Good Way

Ann Coulter | Ann Coulter
Ann Coulter

Did we elect this bumbling incompetent, then suddenly remember that we’re racists?

The First Rule Of Government: Don't Get Stuck On 'Stupid'

Opinion | Gary Shapiro
The U.S. Capitol building is seen before President Barack Obama arrives to deliver his State of the Union address on Capitol Hill in Washington

Once we stop choosing “stupid,” we can start working toward competency.

Did Liberalism Cause Any Of Baltimore's Problems?

Opinion | W. James Antle III
A Baltimore Metropolitan Police transport vehicle burns during clashes in Baltimore

Or is only racism to blame?

Can We Get This App(liance)?

Opinion | Michael C. Kerrigan
A Samsung Electronics Galaxy Note Edge smartphone is displayed at the company's headquarters in Seoul

My children, it’s good to be you — you get apps for the asking, while we got appliances for our birthdays!

Does Hillary Clinton Agree With DWS That Aborting Seven-Pound Babies Should Be Legal?

Opinion | Kate Bryan
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton smiles after delivering the keynote address at the Women in the World summit in New York

Clinton appears to be joining the most radical fringes of the pro-abortion movement. That would be a mistake.

Reducing Government Dependency Is A Good Thing

Opinion | Kristina Ribali
LePage Moving Out.JPEG

Its time to end waivers for work-for-welfare arrangements.

Will South Korea-Japan Tensions Prevent A United Front Against China?

Opinion | John Lee
U.S. President Obama greets Japanese Prime Minister Abe during a White House Oval Office meeting

The Koreans have hired a U.S. PR firm to help undermine Abe’s visit

What Are The Real Goals Of The White House's Task Force On New Americans?

Opinion | Mike Gonzalez
President Barack Obama pauses while s

Given the president’s record, and the strategy announced, greater scrutiny is warranted.

John Kasich's Ideological Detour

Opinion | Dan Smith
John Kasich

The Ohio governor’s tax hikes make no sense, for his state or his campaign

Gay Marriage: A Victory For 'Radical' Libertarians

Opinion | Trevor Burrus
Gay rights

The country, like President Obama, has mostly “evolved” on gay rights.

The Left Rushes To Defend Rioting

Opinion | W. James Antle III
Protests in Baltimore. (Photo: BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI/AFP/Getty Images)

Defending the indefensible in Baltimore

Is There Any Clinton Defender Who's Not Dishonest Or Corrupt?

Opinion | Roger Stone
U.S. presidential candidate and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton participates in a discussion in a classroom in New Hampshire

The Clintons greased the skids for Putin to seize control of 20 percent of American uranium.

Foreign Governments Increasingly Turning To Patent Assertion As Trade Influence Weakens

Opinion | Timothy Lee
The logo of Alibaba Group is seen inside the company's headquarters in Hangzhou

China, among other countries, is sponsoring patent trolls

Student Privacy Laws Need Strengthening

Opinion | Heather Kays
An illustration picture shows the log-on icon for the Website Twitter on an Ipad in Bordeaux

Lawmakers have a moral responsibility to protect children in their states.

The Pro-Terrorist Front Groups On American Campuses

Opinion | David Horowitz
Ohio State University

This worries me even more than the Somali volunteer from Minnesota.

Dear White Women ...

Opinion | Patrick Howley
Former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton speaks with her husband former U.S. President Bill Clinton at the 37th Harkin Steak Fry in Indianola

Howley unloads on white chicks

A Message For Pope Francis On Climate

| Paul Driessen
Pope Francis arrives to attend the funeral service for the late Italian Cardinal Roberto Tucci in Saint Peter's Basilica at the Vatican

It’s not climate change, but energy restrictions based on climate fears, that threaten the poor

Sheldon Adelson Is A Role Model And American Hero

| Ronn Torossian
Las Vegas Sands Corp Chairman and CEO Sheldon Adelson points a reporter during a news conference in Tokyo

He built himself up on his own, and is a tremendous philanthropist, humanitarian and executive.

The Libya Dilemma: As In Syria, Confusion About Who To Support

Opinion | Bill Cowan
Civilians and security personnel stand at the scene of an explosion at a police station in the Libyan capital Tripoli

Tripoli’s National Salvation Government represents hope for the country.

Lippy Machines In The Post-Gas Station Attendant Era

Opinion | Michael C. Kerrigan
A woman pumps gas at a station in Falls Church

Mandatory gratitude, is it? Who programmed this thing, Emily Post?

Snarking About Hillary Is Not The Way To The White House

Opinion | Larry Kudlow
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton delivers the keynote address at the Women in the World summit in New York

A positive vision for economic growth is.

Martin O�Malley�s Terrible Fiscal Record

Opinion | Chris Edwards
Martin O'Malley

He increased taxes so much that even this heavily Democratic state revolted at the ballot box.

History Shows Clintons And Bushes Are NOT Electoral Juggernauts

Opinion | Eric Owens

The Tudors and Stuarts these families definitely ain’t

Has Tim Tebow's Christian Faith Hurt His NFL Career?

Opinion | W. James Antle III
Tim Tebow (YouTube)

Does he have a prayer in Philly?

Is Baseball Too White?

Opinion | John Steigerwald
Bryce Harper (photo: Reuters Pictures)

Chris Rock might need to adjust his focus.

Who Are The Kings And Queens Of America?

| Alan Keyes
Here's the brand new 'Game of Thrones' trailer that aired during the Apple watch event.

Of ‘Game of Thrones’ and the Declaration

No Nuclear Iran Must Be A Litmus Test For Pro-Israel Money

Opinion | Ronn Torossian
Negotiators of Iran and six world powers face each other at a table in the historic basement of Palais Coburg hotel in Vienna

George Pataki is right.

What Fresh Hell Is This? A Poem For The White House Correspondents Dinner

Opinion | Craig Shirley

O, hard is the struggle (with an iPhone)

Will Senate Republicans Put Lobbyists Ahead Of Hometown Voters?

| Ken Hoagland
Doctor Nurse

The medical device tax repeal effort puts big companies ahead of ordinary citizens hit by Obamacare.

Walker Self-Deports Right Out Of The 2016 Race

Opinion | The Tech Guys
WASHINGTON - JUNE 20: Governor of Wisconsin Scott Walker listens during the 2011 Governors Summit of U.S. Chamber of Commerce June 20, 2011 in Washington, DC. The summit was to focus on policies that help states to attract businesses and to improve the economy. (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images)

University of Wisconsin graduation is May 15. We recommend Governor Walker staple a plane ticket to the diplomas.

Three Reasons Scott Walker Is Still The Likely Nominee

Opinion | Christian Whiton
Governor Scott Walker (Wi-R) prepares to take on challenger Mary Burke (D) in the second of two debates before the Nov. 4th elections for Wisconsin Governor at the WMVS-TV studios, October, 17, 2014 in Milwaukee. (Photo: Darren Hauck/Getty Images)

If you want to win a revolution, wouldn’t it be handy to have a leader who has already won one?

Americans Spend 114 Days Of The Year Working For The Government, And That's Unacceptable

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

We need tax reform now.

The Clintons' 'Vast Right-Wing Conspiracy' Excuse Won't Work This Time

Opinion | W. James Antle III

Unless The New York Times is right-wing

The White House And Soros-Backed Open Borders Group Strategize About Bribing Immigrants To Naturalize Before 2016

Opinion | Ian Smith
Demonstrators seeking change in immigration policy march on May Day in Los Angeles, California, May 01, 2013. Some 2,000 demonstrators marched in May Day rallies calling for immigration reform, a key issue just north of the US-Mexican border. (Photo: JOE KLAMAR/AFP/Getty Images)

Hey, it worked for Tony Blair.

Even A U.S. Senator Is Entitled To Due Process And The Presumption of Innocence

Opinion | Lanny Davis
U.S. Senator Robert Menendez arrives to the Federal court in Newark, New Jersey

Who leaked the news about Sen. Menendez’s indictment?

Making A Breakthrough Mistake With Medical Devices

Opinion | Joseph Gulfo
File photo of Margaret Hamburg, Commissioner of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, speaking during the 2013 Reuters Health Summit in New York

Why the wasted effort in drafting and publishing superfluous guidance documents for medical devices?

COULTER: Still No Reports Of 'Hillary Fever' Outbreaks

Ann Coulter | Ann Coulter

No Democrat dares state the obvious.

Confronting The Root Cause Of The Islamic State

Opinion | Brian Fox
A destroyed building with a wall painted with the black flag commonly used by Islamic State militants, is seen in the town of al-Alam

The administration must address the ever-widening political fractures in Iraq and Syria.

FCC-ville's Kangaroo Court

Opinion | Scott Cleland

Expect that our federal courts will hold the FCC accountable to due process, rule of law and the Constitution.

Behind Calgary Comic-Con's Freeze-Out Of The Honey Badger Brigade

| Patrick Bissett

CalEx organizers responded generically that the incident was ‘a police matter.’

Do White Lives Matter? Obama's Medal Of Freedom Honoree Says 'No! Kill 'Em Too!'

Opinion | Jim Hughes
Novelist Morrison smiles with President Obama as he prepares to award her a 2012 Presidential Medal of Freedom at the White House in Washington

Toni: It all happens to us whites — and to everybody else — too.

The Dark Side Of Earth Day

Opinion | Richard Morrison

“Mankind is the biggest blight on the face of the earth.”

The Killing Of Muslim Lawyers: An Unrecognized Problem

Opinion | Richard Horowitz
Afridi, lawyer for a Pakistani doctor who helped U.S. officials find al-Qaeda chief Osama bin laden, speaks to the media in Peshawar

In several different Muslim countries, a common problem.

Public Lands Are Vital To Preserving Our Hunting And Fishing Heritage

Opinion | Robin Hayes

For the sake of our sport, and the values we want to pass on, we must be vigilant in protecting it.

Jeff Sessions' Revenge

Opinion | W. James Antle III
Governor Scott Walker (Wi-R) prepares to take on challenger Mary Burke (D) in the second of two debates before the Nov. 4th elections for Wisconsin Governor at the WMVS-TV studios, October, 17, 2014 in Milwaukee. (Photo: Darren Hauck/Getty Images)

Meet the senator behind Scott Walker’s pro-worker stand

Earth Day Heroes: Top 10 Countries With The Lowest Carbon Emissions

Opinion | PG Veer

We should all live like these countries, right?

The Whitehouse-White House Climate Inquisition

| Paul Driessen
sheldon whitehouse getty

Big Green companies, foundations and pressure groups give politicians millions of dollars

Illinois Flirts With Losing Federal Funding In Order To Trample On Conscience

Opinion | Daniel McConchie
Illinois Pensions.JPEG

A tall price to pay just to ensure women hear about abortion from the first doctor they encounter after pregnancy.

'Buy Locally': Horse And Buggy Advice From The Green Movement

Opinion | Steve Goreham
Screen Shot 2015-04-21 at 3.01.13 PM

We’d expect such advice from an out-of-touch grandparent, but not our intellectual leaders.

Lumber Jack And Jill

Opinion | Michael C. Kerrigan
tree hugger Getty Images

You might wonder how a man can be brought so low, made to feel primal rage over a plaid sleepshirt…

Connecting The Dots On Rising Gang Violence In Denver

| Brian Joondeph
A thriving marijuana plant is seen at a grow operation in Denver

Occam’s razor says legalization is playing a role.

Growing Coalition To Congress: End The Export-Import Bank

Opinion | Christine Harbin Hanson
Fred Hochberg, chairman and president of the Export-Import Bank of the United States, testifies before a Senate Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Committee hearing on "Oversight and Reauthorization of the Export-Import Bank of the United States" on Capitol Hill in Washington on January 28, 2014. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts

‘We, the undersigned organizations, urge you to oppose reauthorizing the Export-Import Bank.’

Someone Should Ask Hillary Clinton These 9 Questions

Opinion | Jamie Weinstein
Former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton speaks during a press conference at the United Nations in New York

If she ever submits to an interview

Does Hillary Clinton Suffer From 'Uh-Huh' Syndrome?

Opinion | Derek Hunter
Clinton listens to remarks as she takes part in a Center for American Progress roundtable discussion on "Expanding Opportunities in America's Urban Areas" in Washington

During one meeting she said “Uh-huh” 88 times.

New Israel Fund Critics See BDS Lawsuits Coming In Wake Of Israeli Supreme Court Ruling

Opinion | Edwin Black
Israel boycott. Creative Commons/Mohamed Ouda

A new ruling could open the door to sue BDS proponents.

Dick Cheney Knows What Republican Voters Want To Hear

Opinion | Bill Whalen
Former Vice President Dick Cheney

Republican presidential candidates should read Cheney’s book.

A Challenge For Hillary Clinton: Return To A JFK Growth Agenda

Opinion | Larry Kudlow
Former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton talks with reporters as she campaigns for the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination at Kirkwood Community College in Monticello, Iowa

But it looks like she’s going the wrong way.

I'm On TV And You're Not

Opinion | John Steigerwald
ESPN's Britt McHenry (Instagram)

Just remember, the next time you see Britt McHenry back at work on ESPN, she’s on TV and you’re not.

Net Neutrality Is Just As Stupid Internationally As It Is Here

| Seton Motley
Pro-net neutrality Internet activists rally in the neighborhood where U.S. President Obama attended a fundraiser in Los Angeles

Net Neutrality mandates that bandwidth hog companies never be charged anything ever.

This Young, Self-Made Billionaire PROVES The American Dream Is Alive And Well

Ginni Thomas | Ginni Thomas

This Young Self-Made Billionaire Proves The American Dream Is Alive And Well

My Three Objections To The Iran Deal

Opinion | Rep. Bill Johnson
Iranian President-elect Hassan Rohani gestures to the media during a news conference in Tehran

America’s security will be jeopardized if President Obama gets this wrong – we must ensure he doesn’t.

Did Christie's 'Bromance' With Obama Deal A Fatal Blow To His Presidential Hopes?

Opinion | Stewart Lawrence
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie speaks at an event in Belmar two years after Hurricane Sandy on October 29, 2014 in Belmar, New Jersey. (Photo by Kena Betancur/Getty Images)

He’ll need more than an entitlement reform plan to win back the base.

Hillary Clinton's Libya Disaster

Opinion | W. James Antle III
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton speaks during a during a round table event to launch the 'Talking is Teaching: Talk Read Sing' campaign at the Children's Hospital Oakland Research Institute on July 23, 2014 in Oakland, California. (Photo: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

Another reason she shouldn’t be president

Charitable Foundations Have Fallen Far From The Family Tree

Opinion | Will Coggin
9.) Henry Ford (1863-1947): $199 billion. (Photo: Wikipedia)

Some of the biggest charities started by industrialists now donate to radical environmentalist causes.

A Promising Step Forward For Arctic Drilling

Opinion | David Holt
Shell Arctic Drilling Problems.JPEG

Its time to use our offshore energy resources — all of them.

Obama Mounts His High Horse Over 'Less Than Loving Expressions,' Ignores Anti-Christian Violence

Opinion | Gary Bauer
Obama delivers remarks at the dedication ceremony for the Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the United States Senate, in Boston

It is becoming increasingly clear that Obama believes he also has a corresponding duty to tear down Christianity whenever possible.

What's The Score? An Unexpectedly Loaded Question At A Kids' Soccer Game

Opinion | Michael C. Kerrigan
File photo of players wearing Puma and an Adidas soccer shoes before a friendly soccer match in Herzogenaurach

I’m just saying that if you don’t keep score, it ain’t soccer, it’s performance art.

Get The List: Time To Find Out Who's Burrowed Into The Bureaucracy

Opinion | Joanne Butler
US Embassy Security.JPEG

Do you want a Republican president to succeed? It won’t happen if Obama landmines burrowed in the federal bureaucracy.

April 15 Should Be Lincoln's Day, Not Tax Day

Opinion | Alan Keyes
Abraham Lincoln public domain

Why some in the Washington State Republican establishment wanted to boycott me

The Big Idea Of The GOP Field For 2016

Opinion | Lanny Davis
U.S. Senator Rubio waves to crowd after announcing bid for the Republican nomination in the 2016 U.S. presidential election race during speech in Miami

Bash Hillary. That’s it.

COULTER: We Need An Ankle Bracelet For The New York Times

Ann Coulter | Ann Coulter

Next time, you guys should produce one of the real cases.

Keeping Hillary Under Wraps -- Don't Open 'Til Election Day

Opinion | W. James Antle III
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton testifies before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee about the September 11 attacks against the U.S. mission in Benghazi, Libya, on Capitol Hill January 23, 2013 in Washington, DC. Lawmakers questioned Clinton about the security failures that led to the death of four Americans, including U.S. Ambassador Christopher Stevens. (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images)

Is this presidential campaign for real?

Jeb And Hillary: The Two-Edged Sword of 'Inevitability'

Opinion | Rod D. Martin
2016 Politics.JPEG

There’s a world of people who will have to wait their turn if Bush or Clinton win.

Why The UN's Prosecution Of Karma Khayat Will Have A Chilling Effect On Free Media

Opinion | Ernest Sagaga
Karma Khayat of Lebanon poses for a photograph during an interview with Reuters in London

Other journalists might feel reluctant to criticize international tribunals

No Criminal Charges For Targeter-In-Chief Lois Lerner

Opinion | Mark Meckler
U.S. Director of Exempt Organizations for the IRS Lerner is sworn in to testify before a House Oversight and Government Reform Committee hearing in Washington

Citizens for Self-Governance is preparing a class-action lawsuit.

More Export Import Bank Corruption: Time To Let It Expire

Opinion | Brent Gardner
Fred Hochberg, chairman and president of the Export-Import Bank of the United States, testifies before a Senate Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Committee hearing on "Oversight and Reauthorization of the Export-Import Bank of the United States" on Capitol Hill in Washington on January 28, 2014. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts

It’s time to break the bank.

Clinton's "Inevitability" Is Deceiving

Opinion | Ryan Girdusky
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton talks with reporters as she campaigns for the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination at Kirkwood Community College in Monticello, Iowa

Don’t be deceived by Hillary’s national numbers

Killing The Death Tax Is Good Economics

Opinion | Christine Harbin Hanson
Estate Tax

Congress should seize this opportunity to kill the death tax. It’s good economics and good morals.

Yes, Immigration Will Hurt Rubio In Primaries

Opinion | W. James Antle III
Marco Rubio Launches Presidential Bid In Miami

Gang of Eight? Not so great

Amnesty Advocates Enable Social Security, Identity Fraud, Overwhelmingly Hurting Children

Opinion | Ian Smith
U.S. President Obama greets host Diaz-Balart after taping of MSNBC/Telemundo town hall discussion on immigration at Florida International University in Miami

The Social Security Administration estimates 75 percent of illegal immigrants already have SSNs

The Kafkaesque Horror Of Tax Day

Opinion | Cameron Smith
A man walks out of an Internal Revenue Services office after filing his taxes on Tax Day in New York

The upside is that you earned money. The downside is that you just realized how much of it the federal government took.

The Taxman Cometh

Opinion | Gary Wolfram
Romney 2012.JPEG

Tax Day reminds us all how broken the current system is. The time for reform is now.

How To Get To Yes On Trade Promotion Authority

Opinion | Manisha Singh
U.S. Trade Representative Froman speaks during a news conference at the end the TPP Ministerial meeting in Singapore

President Obama needs to convince his allies he’s the president they voted for.

Tax Day: Not Painful Enough

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

Fiscal illusions embolden politicians to spend money on activities that make no economic sense.

How To Become A Member Of A Protected Class

Opinion | Bill Frezza
Demonstrators in Michigan protesting an anti-affirmative action measure, promoted by Ward Connerly, an African American anti-affirmative advocate who successfully sponsored similar measures in California and Washington state. The measure passed in Michigan in November 2006. AP.

At some point, doesn’t it get easier just to identify the groups not designated to get special treatment?

Here Comes Trouble For Scott Walker

Opinion | W. James Antle III
U.S. Senator Rubio waves to crowd after announcing bid for the Republican nomination in the 2016 U.S. presidential election race during speech in Miami

How will the governor handle it?

Hillary Clinton's Credibility Problem

Opinion | Roger Stone
Hillary Clinton delivers remarks during the 2015 Toner Prize for Excellence in Political Reporting award in Washington

She’s not as inevitable as everyone thinks.

Can Marco Rubio Build A Rainbow On The Right?

Opinion | David Cohen
Marco Rubio

And can he become the Republican John F. Kennedy?

Campaign Video Voyeur: Hillary Enlists The Hoi Polloi

Opinion | Garth Rogers
Former U.S. Secretary of State Clinton holds up a book while she attends the early childhood development initiative "talk to you baby" in Brooklyn, New York

Martin O’Malley should run a background check on the ‘real people’ in the video.

American Entrepreneurship Stifled By Patent Trolls

Opinion | Chuck Muth
The US Patent and Trademark Office is sh

Predatory litigation has no place in a free market.

Live Gluten-Free Or Die

Opinion | Michael C. Kerrigan
FDA Gluten Labeling.JPEG

The more you resist, the more the Glutenistas want you within their ranks.

The Obama Climate Monarchy

Opinion | Paul Driessen
File photo of EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy announcing steps to cut carbon pollution in Washington

Using the EPA, CEQ and other federal agencies to fundamentally transform America

Medicare Doc Fix Bill Is IPAB-Lite

Opinion | David Hogberg
Marilyn Tavenner, Administrator of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services at the Department of Health and Human Services, testifies during a US House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform hearing on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC, December 9, 2014. (Photo: SAUL LOEB/AFP/Getty Images)

The new payment system MACR creates for Medicare is eerily similar to the IPAB model.

Ready For Hillary (To Retire)?

Opinion | W. James Antle III

Clinton has been a household name for years, and that may be a problem

Tougher Sanctions Necessary To Force Iran To Change Its Terrorist Ways

Opinion | Larry Kudlow
Iran's Foreign Minister Javad Zarif gestures as he speaks during a news conference in Lausanne

Obama’s grand-bargain Iranian vision is creating a powder keg.

Conservative Writer: Liberalism Is 'Totalitarianism Masquerading As Tolerance'

Ginni Thomas | Ginni Thomas

Conservative Journalist: Liberalism Is ‘Totalitarianism Masquerading As Tolerance’

What If Nobody In Washington Knows How To Stop Iran Nukes?

Opinion | W. James Antle III
Officials wait for a meeting with officials from P5+1, the European Union and Iran at the Beau Rivage Palace Hotel in Lausanne

Deal or no deal

Five Reasons Tennessee's New Gun Law Should Be Repealed

Opinion | Dustin Siggins

Tennessee’s new gun law is an unnecessary intervention of activist government

Therapists Must Be Allowed To Help Kids Struggling With Gender

Opinion | David Benkof
SF Gay Pride Parade Bolstered By Recent Supreme Court Rulings

Transgender girls usually grow up to be gay men — and that’s OK

Senators Cruz And Paul May Have Joined The 2016 Race, But Governors Are Going To Define It

Opinion | Fred Malek
Senators Cruz and Paul talk to reporters as they arrive to speak at the Tea Party Patriots 'Exempt America from Obamacare' rally on the west lawn of the U.S. Capitol in Washington

Voters are already tired of the Clinton way, and this group of GOP candidates is fully capable of winning.

State Lawmakers Should Pump The Brakes On Gas Tax Hikes

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

There’s plenty of money to save without hiking taxes.

Laurence Tribe: A 'Traitor' To The Environmental Agenda

Opinion | Jim Huffman
EPA Administrator McCarthy speaks at the Center for American Progress' 2014 Policy Conference  in Washington

Losing arguments and dissenting opinions are not the pronouncements of traitors.

Targeting Sugar Is An Oversimplified Approach To The Complex Problem of Obesity

Opinion | Courtney Gaine
Sugary Drinks.JPEG

All-natural sugar in moderation can be a part of a balanced diet and healthy lifestyle.

Obama Should Have 'Boned Up' On Foreign Policy Seven Years Ago

Opinion | Ben Collins
President Obama speaks about the framework agreement on Iran's nuclear program during a statement in the Rose Garden of the White House in Washington

The president lectures Scott Walker, but his own record is not pretty.

EPA Wants To Monitor Your Hotel Showers

Opinion | Justin Haskins
shower feet/Getty Images

The idea that hotels need shower monitoring devices to help pay water bills is absurd.

Dems Misuse Supreme Court Precedent In Pro-Amnesty Court Brief

Opinion | Ian Smith

What’s going on here then is a battle of the amnesty-enabling class against the American people.

Listen To The Addicts: The 12-Step Model Works

Opinion | Ari B.

The collective wisdom of millions trumps scientists in a lab

Natural Law, Moral Will, And Remembering The Past

Opinion | Alan Keyes

History is the product of a mind that remembers the past in the sense that Santayana speaks of.

Freedom From Couples Showers

Opinion | Michael C. Kerrigan

There are two kinds of men in the world, those who don’t want to be at couples showers, and liars.

Is Indiana's RFRA Really A License To Discriminate?

Opinion | Robert Levy
Pence talks with reporters as he departs a meeting about debt ceiling legislation with fellow Republicans at the U.S. Capitol in Washington

No statewide Indiana law expressly legalized refusal to serve gays.

COULTER: Can The Left Come Up With One True Story?

Ann Coulter | Ann Coulter

The UVA fake rape is even worse than the Duke lacrosse team fake rape.

The 144th NRA Freedom Party Erupts In Nashville This Weekend

Opinion | Ted Nugent
Attendees line-up to meet musician Ted Nugent at a book signing event during the National Rifle Association's annual meeting in Houston, Texas

The real risk to America is punks who assault freedom through lies and subterfuge.

Making Good On Our Commitment To High Standards

Opinion | Gov. Jan Brewer
classroom Getty Images

Rigorous education standards are too important to renege on the good work we’ve started.

Private Companies Are Pre-Empting Government Wage Mandates

Opinion | Jamie T. Richardson
The Walmart logo is pictured in Los Angeles

Walmart, Panera, and TJ Maxx are jumping ahead of mandated hikes

The LGBT Bait-And-Switch On Religious Freedom

Opinion | David Benkof
Gay rights

Same-sex marriage laws were fraudulently sold as “religious freedom” measures

Peak Narrative: The Iranian Nuke Deal That Wasn't

Opinion | Bill Frezza
President Obama speaks about the framework agreement on Iran's nuclear program during a statement in the Rose Garden of the White House in Washington

Each side hears what it wants to hear, and tells its gullible citizens whatever it wants to tell them.

Will Churches That Do Not Recognize Same-Sex Marriage Lose Their Tax-Exempt Status?

Opinion | W. James Antle III
Pope Francis kisses a child as he leads a special audience for members of UCIIM, Italian catholic association of teachers, school managers, educators and trainers, in Paul VI's hall at the Vatican

If you like your tax exemption, you can keep your tax exemption

How American Environmentalists Are Fighting Russia's New Cold War

Opinion | Paul Driessen
Russian President Putin walks on the stage during a festive concert marking the first anniversary of the Crimean treaty signing in Moscow

Putin pays radical environmentalists to undermine the U.S. agricultural sector and economy

Just Buy Iran's Nukes

Opinion | David Benkof
Mideast Iran.JPEG

Call their “peaceful purposes” bluff and offer cash

A Tale Of Two Bakeries

Opinion | Brian Joondeph
A slice of the Duke and Duchess of Windsor's wedding cake from 1937 sold for $29,900 in 1998. (Photo: Getty Images)

It’s a war on Christians and their beliefs, but not against other religious beliefs.

Campaign Video Voyeur: Rand's Rollout

Opinion | Garth Rogers
Senator Rand Paul of Kentucky speaks at the Conservative Political Action Conference at National Harbor in Maryland

Paul’s supporting cast is chock full of liberal pundits

Americans Deserve The Truth About Egypt

Opinion | Michael Morgan
Church representatives conduct mass at the Coptic Orthodox Patriarchate in Amman

The Obama administration should stop supporting the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt and beyond.

Obama's Objective: Nationalize California's Government-Made Water Disaster

Opinion | Seton Motley
Water shoots from an active sprinkler in Golden Gate Park in San Francisco

President Obama takes California’s terrible water policy, and makes it even worse.

Monica Lewinsky's Right-Wing Campaign

Opinion | Patrick Howley

‘We have to shame this terrible person’

What's So Liberal About Liberalism?

Opinion | W. James Antle III
Rolling Stone Magazine

Guilty until proven innocent

Tim Cook Doesn't Care About Diversity, Let Alone Religious Freedom

Opinion | Larry Alex Taunton
Apple CEO Tim Cook speaks at the WSJD Live conference in Laguna Beach

The RFRA does not force anyone to believe what Christians believe.

Impaired Vision Quest

Opinion | Michael C. Kerrigan
Camping: Whether your preferred spot is a designated campsite or a more remote and wild location, you're sure to have a blast. Bathe in a stream, don't shave, and forget about all the cares of the "real world."

Next time Standing Bear and his daughter will enjoy the s’mores and then head to the nearest Hampton Inn.

Obama And Iran: Let's Make A Deal At Any Cost

Opinion | James Zumwalt
Iran's Foreign Minister Javad Zarif gestures as he speaks during a news conference in Lausanne

Obama’s Iran strategy represents a complete capitulation of U.S. interests.

Obamacare's Calorie Mandate Takes A Bite Out Of Consumers Wallets

Opinion | Will Coggin
Terry Cheung prepares a pizza pie to be served to students at Everglades High School on November 18, 2011 in Miramar, Florida. Monday evening the United States Congress passed a spending bill with a provision that would allow schools to count pizza as a vegetable. (Photo: Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

Who is going to pick up the tab for the FDA’s enormous regulatory bill? You, the consumer.

Whose Right Is It Anyway?

Opinion | Patrick Bissett
Indiana Pizza

The First Amendment is supposed to protect against this. An RFRA shouldn’t be necessary.

Conservative Leader: Obama Makes Sure 'We Can't Root For America'

Ginni Thomas | Ginni Thomas

Conservative Leader: Obama Makes Sure ‘We Can’t Root For America’