Winner of Muhammed Cartoon Contest: "Once Free Speech Goes, It's Over" Winner of Muhammed Cartoon Contest: "Once Free Speech Goes, It's Over"

ISIS Takes Responsibility For Attack on Texas Muhuammed Art ExhibitISIS Takes Responsibility For Attack on Texas Muhuammed Art Exhibit

VIDEO: The Sackler Center For Feminist Art Is Presenting Miss Piggy With An AwardVIDEO: The Sackler Center For Feminist Art Is Presenting Miss Piggy With An Award

Thomas Sowell Thomas Sowell: Race, Politics and Lies

Among the many painful ironies in the current racial turmoil is that communities scattered across the country were disrupted by riots and looting because of the demonstrable lie that Michael Brown was shot in the back by a white policeman in Missouri -- but there was not nearly as much turmoil created by the demonstrable fact that a fleeing black man was shot dead by a white policeman in South Carolina.

John Hawkins John Hawkins: If Everybody Likes You, You're Doing Something Wrong

Do you know how to get lots of people to hate you in America? In the age when people seem to bend over backwards to let you know that theyre offended, its actually pretty easy.

Todd Starnes Todd Starnes: Muhammad Cartoon Contest: Note to Jihadists, in America, We Shoot Back

A pair of would-be jihadists learned a very important lesson over the weekend in America, we shoot back.

Michael Barone Michael Barone: Clinton Defenders Advance an Unpersuasive Argument

Some of Hillary Clinton's defenders have taken to saying that voters shouldn't pay attention to the latest Clinton scandals -- the gushing of often undisclosed millions to the Clintons and their organizations by characters seeking official favors -- because the charges are just one more in a long series: Whitewater, the Rose law firm billing records, the Buddhist temple fundraising, the Lippo Group.

David Limbaugh David Limbaugh: Leftist Media See Conservative Goblins Everywhere

Three more Republicans declare their intention to be presidential nominees, and the leftist media, as if on cue, pounce on their prey like panthers.

Cal  Thomas Cal Thomas: Unruly Britannia

They called it "Question Time," borrowing the term from the prime minister's weekly appearance in the House of Commons, but this was surprisingly and refreshingly different.

Dennis Prager Dennis Prager: Why the Left Won't Call Rioters 'Thugs'

Two months ago, The New York Times published an op-ed piece by a professor of philosophy titled, "Why Our Children Don't Think There Are Moral Facts."

Pat Buchanan Pat Buchanan: Killer Cops or Malicious Prosecutor?

Who killed Freddie Gray?

Scottie Hughes Scottie Hughes: Why Does the Left Encourage Hatred Toward Women?

Celebrities like Gwyneth Paltrow, Ted Danson, and Britney Spears have made segments of late night television go viral by reading some of the rude things tweeted about them. Even President Obama did it, so I thought I would too, but my motivation is not for comedy show laughs.

Debra J. Saunders Debra J. Saunders: Protest Brutality in Bosom of Social Justice

"Peaceful protest turns violent," read the San Francisco Chronicle headline about the May 1 protest in Oakland that ended badly. Police arrested about a dozen people after activists trashed new cars and smashed bank windows. I love that headline.

Bill Murchison Bill Murchison: The Silence of the Lambs

Here's how it stands with Western civilization -- what's left of it, I mean -- insofar as various Westerners are concerned.

Bryan Perry Bryan Perry: How Earnings and ‘Unicorns’ Point to the Future of the Markets

One of the fascinating aspects of earnings season is that it reveals which sectors and stocks are tomorrows market leaders. I incorporate the use of sectors because of the overcrowded trade in exchange-traded funds (ETFs), which are influencing the underlying components more than the component holdings are influencing the ETFs.

Brian and Garrett Fahy Brian and Garrett Fahy: Beyond Winning, Who Can Lead?

As the ever growing field of GOP presidential candidates storms the country seeking supporters and funds, each contestant has pledged to undo what President Obama has done and has sought to discredit Hillary Clintons record and her positions. All well and good; how the GOP candidates would handle the misbegotten policies of their progressive opponents is certainly an important question.

Political  Calculations Political Calculations: S&P Dividend Action Report: 2015-Q2 Off to Better Start Than 2015-Q1

According to Standard & Poor's Monthly Dividend Action Report [Excel Spreadsheet], the relative health of the private sector of the U.S. economy improved in April 2015 compared to the three preceding months.

Peter Morici Peter Morici: Trade Deficit Stifles U.S. Growth, China’s Yuan at Center of Controversy

Tuesday, the Commerce Department is expected to report the March deficit on international trade in goods and services was $42 billion, up from $37.8 billion in February.

Charles Payne Charles Payne: Stage Is Set and Rotation Begun

The Dow rebounded on Friday, keeping the index in the plus column for the year, but over the past week, it was unable to break the down-trend line of lower highs and lows.

Tom Purcell Tom Purcell: Where's Dad?

I didn't know it when I was young, but I was one of the luckiest young men on the planet. I had a father who loved me and imposed his will on me.

Daniel J. Mitchell Daniel J. Mitchell: Federal Reserve Easy-Money Policies: Impoverishing Savers and Endangering Investors

The standard argument against an easy-money policy is that it creates distortions in an economy that lead to either rapid increases in the price level, like we endured in the 1970s, or unsustainable asset bubbles, like we experienced last decade.

Mark Nuckols Mark Nuckols: The Dignitude Problem at the Root of Muslim Rage

Once again, Muslim religious fanatics are striking out against our values of freedom of speech and open expression.

Chuck Muth Chuck Muth: Conservative Merits Of Patent Reform Legislation

In the wake of the Great Recession, the American economy continues to face an anemic recovery as we attempt to return to a period of sustained growth. In fact, just this past week, the Bureau of Economic Analysis announced that the gross domestic product grew at a rate of just 0.2 percent between January and March. Businesses both large and small are grappling with significant uncertainty and unpredictable days ahead.

Armstrong Williams Armstrong Williams: Fear, Loathing and Moral Decay In the Streets of Baltimore

Lets face it. Baltimore has been a-riot for decades, and was looted long before its citizens finally rose up in glaring sad and pathetic anger before the global media world this week over the still unexplained death of Freddy Gray in police custody.

Robert Knight Robert Knight: Uncivil Rights and Wrongs

While the U.S. Supreme Court held an Alice in Wonderland session on the nature and value of marriage, one of the nations largest cities lay partly in ruins over the death of a black man in police custody.

Mike Shedlock Mike Shedlock: Robots About to Take Away 18 Million German Jobs, 59 Percent of Germany's Work Force?

I have seen many grim predictions regarding robots taking away human jobs, but one of the most dire predictions comes from a study commissioned by ING-Diba.

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