The latest revelations about National Security Agency surveillance outside the United States have caused quite an uproar overseas.
Much like the Tea Party, David Frum wants to make the GOP tent smaller.
The Air Force will now allow pregnant women and single parents to join.
Last month, a retired Navy SEAL came out as transgender. Those still in uniform, however, must serve in silence.
NSA Metadata coming to a courtroom near you?
Legendary country music singer George Jones has died, aged 81.
The American people no longer seem to care if their political leaders are divorced.
Ross Douthat bemoans the evolution of American cultural norms over the past fifteen years.
The Defense Of Marriage Act didn’t fare very well during today’s Supreme Court oral arguments.
Is the answer to the same-sex marriage debate as simple as getting the government out of the marriage business, or is it more complicated?
Applications to America’s Law Schools are down, because the nature of the legal profession is changing.
Yet another case of breathless media reporting on academic research findings.
Not surprisingly, a new study finds that repealing Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell has not caused any harm to the military.
Doug Saunders makes the counterintuitive claim that things are better for Britons than ever.
Microsoft sold its cable stake in MSNBC years ago; now, it’s ending ties with the MSNBC.com website, too.
A third of Americans under the age of 30 doubt the existence of God, compared to 14 percent 25 years ago.
There are advantages to cash that electronic transactions cannot replicate.
Andrew Sullivan wants the Catholic Church to give up its hatred of homosexuals. There’s another alternative.
Rick Santorum would do well to listen to the words of the last Catholic to be President of the United States.
Maggie Gallagher’s anti-gay marriage argument is an example of pure conservative thinking.
The entire above-the-fold of Drudge Report is devoted to anti-Gingrich stories, which continue on scrolling.
Domestic dispute or criminal act?
Gingrich is rising in the polls for reasons that help him in the primary race, but may hurt in a General Election.
A new look at Clarence Thomas’s 20 years on the Supreme Court, from a critic, is surprisingly positive.
Does a family court have the authority to tell a parent to delete a blog critical of his ex-wife?
It won’t go anywhere this year, but after 15 years someone is finally trying to repeal a bad law.