A one-time denizen of Blogger’s Row at CPAC has come a long way.
The newspaper of record radically altered a column and then misrepresented it.
While the drumbeat for impeachment of the President continues on the left, political reality suggests caution.
Just a day before he is scheduled to arrive in the city for a State Visit, London’s Mayor is denouncing President Trump.
The transatlantic rejection of elite consensus that began with Brexit continues.
It’s possible to conclude that Pete Buttigieg is smarter than Elizabeth Warren for reasons having nothing to do with sex.
Critics on both the Left and the Right rightly see an injustice here but the US Supreme Court allowed it to happen.
One year after Charlottesville, it’s clear that President Trump still doesn’t understand what happened there, or that he just doesn’t care.
Rebutting the President’s routine prevarications merely spreads them. Is there an alternative?
Andrew Sullivan wonders, “Will there always be an England?”
The FBI committed gross malfeasance in building a case against the widow of Omar Mateen. She nonetheless bears significant blame for 53 deaths.
POLITICO buries the lede in making the case for “Donald Trump’s bubble presidency.”
After skipping such events in his first thirteen months in office, the President tried his hand at stand-up last night to mixed reviews.
It’s now the most hated man in the Senate’s turn in the sun. Can it last?
While a brilliant and accomplished man, he’s absolutely clueless about politics and world affairs.
Rick Perry is sounding for all the world like a candidate for President, and says he’s a different candidate this time, but initial perceptions are hard to overcome.
Coming across as uncaring doesn’t help advance your political arguments.
The latest news on the marijuana legalization front has led David Brooks and others to go into a completely pathetic panic.
The Air Force is telling airmen to take common sense steps to “avoid becoming a victim” of sexual assault.
The very definition of a miscarriage of justice.
It’s time to panic over anonymous guys in Philadelphia again, at least if you work at Fox News Channel.
The Wall Street Journal publishes a screed aimed at those about to graduate college.
We need a lot less fake empathy in politics.
Sure, he routinely uses gender-specific slurs against conservative women. But he’s not a misogynist!
The Postal Service announced another round of service cutbacks today that are likely to just make the rapidity of its decline increase
Ahead of his big foreign policy speech, Mitt Romney has unveiled his “Foreign Policy and National Security Advisory Team” which “will assist Governor Romney as he presents his vision for restoring American leadership in the world and securing our enduring interests and ideals abroad.”
The first two months of Rick Perry’s campaign are a good example of why it helps to start a Presidential campaign early.
The Hoover Institution’s Henry I. Miller, MD takes to National Review to take on the subject of “Gardasil and the GOP.”
Schools of education attract the weakest students and give out the highest grades on campus.
A survey of three studies demonstrates consistently that exposure to certain pesticides used in farming diminishes mental development.
There’s still time for Sarah Palin to burnish her political reputation. But she probably won’t.
It appears that full body scanners, operated by leering yahoos under the cover of government authority, may finally be rousing the sheep who have meekly submitted to the absurd delays and indignities that have been piled on since 9/11 and sundry botched attempts.
Attempts to capture the speech patterns of the American South in written dialogue should be approached with extreme caution.
Great news, everybody: The biggest economic calamity since the Great Depression has been over for well over a year.