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Sen. King: Haha Just Kidding Guys, I Now Support Mike Michaud For GovernorSen. King: Haha Just Kidding Guys, I Now Support Mike Michaud For Governor

Ann Coulter Ann Coulter: Hysterical Media Tells Us To Calm Down

In the past week, The New York Times has ridiculed Gov. Andrew Cuomo and Gov. Chris Christie for having "fed panic" by ordering quarantines for health workers arriving from Ebola-plagued countries.

Michelle Malkin Michelle Malkin: The Spectacular Self-Immolation of Wendy R. Davis

Wendy Russell Davis is on fire. And I don't mean that in a good way.

Mark Davis Mark Davis: Kaci Hickox, Self-Absorbed Hero

There is something uniquely jarring about a display of selfish insolence from someone who is so praiseworthy in other respects. Maddening traits usually come from maddening people, as their true character surfaces.

Jackie Gingrich Cushman Jackie Gingrich Cushman: Getting Stuff Done

Prognosticators are predicting a Republican takeover of the United States Senate, and a pickup of a few seats in the House of Representatives. Driven in large part by the unpopularity of President Barack Obama (latest Gallup poll 42 percent approve, 53 percent disapprove of Obama), this potential change in control provides both an opportunity and a risk for Republicans.

Victor Davis Hanson Victor Davis Hanson: Our Make-It-Up World

Do bothersome facts matter anymore? Not really. This is an age when Americans were assured that the Affordable Care Act lowered our premiums. It cut deductibles. Obamacare allowed us to keep our doctors and health plans, and lowered the deficit. Those fantasies were both demonstrably untrue and did not matter, given the supposedly noble aims of health care reform.

Derek Hunter Derek Hunter: Environmentalists: The World Could Use A Good Pandemic Or War

In the late 1960s through the 1970s, there was a panic that the Earths population, if not controlled, would lead to mass food shortages, water shortages, death, wars and the end of civilization as it existed. But much like the global cooling movement during the same period, it was proven to be horribly, horribly wrong.

Larry Elder Larry Elder: PunditFact Lies Again

PunditFact strikes again. For the second time.

Jeff Jacoby Jeff Jacoby: A Clinton vs. Bush Race? Again?

Democracies and dynasties don't mix.

Judge Andrew Napolitano Judge Andrew Napolitano: The Presumption of Liberty

In the years following the adoption of the Constitution, before he was Secretary of State under President Thomas Jefferson and then president himself, James Madison, who wrote the Constitution, was a member of the House of Representatives. During that period of his life, he gave illuminating speeches and wrote elegant essays and letters about human freedom.

John Ransom John Ransom: Can the Pope Shut Up Too?

Like similar comments by Francis on the economy and homosexuality, those on the Left will seize upon the Pope's words to demoralize and degrade believers in the Christian Church.

Todd Starnes Todd Starnes: Houston Mayor Drops Bid to Subpoena Pastors' Sermons

Subpoenas issued to five Houston pastors demanding all sermons and correspondence dealing with homosexuality, gender identity and the city's Equal Rights ordinance have been withdrawn, the citys first openly lesbian mayor announced at a Wednesday press conference.

Cal  Thomas Cal Thomas: Jeb Bush and Taxes -- Ready my Lips, Part II

Gov. Jeb Bush (R-FL.) is thinking seriously about running for president in 2016, according to his son, George P. Bush.

Debra J. Saunders Debra J. Saunders: Trying to Silence Bill Maher in the Cradle of Free Speech

"The students at the University of California at Berkeley represent a diverse array of students from all walks of life," begins the student petition. Somehow you just know that before the end, the document will demand that the administration muzzle someone -- for the sake of diversity. The spirit of far-left censors trumps exposure to novel ideas. Hence the petition, titled "Stop Bill Maher from speaking at UC Berkeley's December graduation."

Austin Bay Austin Bay: Tunisia: From Arab Spring to Carthaginian Summer?

On Oct. 26, Tunisia's secularist party, Tunisian Call (Nidaa Tounes), won a parliamentary plurality. By winning at least 35 percent of parliament's seats, Tunisian Call now has the opportunity to form a new coalition government. The Islamist Ennahda Party, which leads Tunisia's current coalition government, won 25 percent. That represents a marked decline from the last national election when Ennahda won around 40 percent.

Harry R. Jackson, Jr. Harry R. Jackson, Jr.: Does the Republican Party Have a Prayer in 2014?

With the midterm elections rapidly approaching, candidates around the country are scrambling to make their case to voters. Republicanswhose brand has been weakening for at least a decadeare hoping to make big gains, particularly in the Senate. Polls indicate that many races are still tight, so the outcome is far from certain.

Paul Greenberg Paul Greenberg: A Name to Remember

It is painful, with a heavily contested race for the U.S. Senate here in Arkansas entering its last days, to review some of the lowlights of the long-time incumbent's years on the public payroll. It is hard to decide which has been the lowest in Mark Pryor's all too long tenure as he fights to retain his seat in the Senate, this time against a promising young comer.

Steve Chapman Steve Chapman: Obama and the Virtues of Inaction

In responding to the Ebola crisis, President Barack Obama is being his usual self: passive, detached, unable or unwilling to lead. So say his critics, who accuse him of being an idle observer of his own presidency.

Emmett Tyrrell Emmett Tyrrell: After the Wave Comes the Liberation

Nate Silver, the left-leaning psephologist, says the Republicans have a better than even chance to win both houses. He puts their chances of capturing the Senate at 63 percent. Remember, too, that the mainstream media is full of uncertainty. That seals it. Republicans are headed for another election wave much like 2010.

Steve Chapman Steve Chapman: Obama and the Virtues of Inaction

In responding to the Ebola crisis, President Barack Obama is being his usual self: passive, detached, unable or unwilling to lead. So say his critics, who accuse him of being an idle observer of his own presidency.

Cliff May Cliff May: Israel and the War of Words

Joshua Muravchik, a fellow at the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced Studies, has been studying the growth of anti-Israelism. He presents his analysis in a cogent and valuable book: Making David into Goliath: How the World Turned Against Israel.

Michael Brown Michael Brown: President Obama vs. Franklin Graham on Islam

According to President Obama, this figure of three million Muslims would make us one of the biggest Muslim nations. Was he accurate? Not by a mile. Not by many, many miles. In fact, he was embarrassingly wrong and inaccurate.

Nick Sorrentino Nick Sorrentino: Black leaders in Chicago call out crony urban political machine

This is encouraging. If there is any place where free market reforms can help people practically immediately it is in the inner cities of the United States.

Night Watch Night Watch: Afghanistan: As America Moves Out, the Taliban Moves In

In some provinces, the Taliban appear to be trying to make substantial gains before winter sets in. In others, they are probing and testing the strength and reaction time of Afghan forces.

Jerry Newcombe Jerry Newcombe: An Appeal to Christians Who Plan to Sit Out This Election

In polite society, youre not supposed to talk about politics, sex, or religion. Sorry, but this column will discuss all three, directly or indirectly.

D.W. Wilber D.W. Wilber: Ferguson, the Insurgency Grows

Listening to the recent rhetoric from some of the protestors coming out of Ferguson, Missouri might lead one to wonder: is this still about justice for Michael Brown, or is there something more at play ?

Bob Goldman Bob Goldman: Taking a Vacation from Vacations

It's sad. Used to be, you'd spend 50 weeks a year waiting for your vacation -- two blissful weeks without ringing telephones, raging bosses, insane assignments, bottomless responsibilities, weirdo co-workers, and life-threatening paper cuts. Now, you don't get two weeks vacation and 50 weeks work. Now, you get 52 weeks of vacation and, if you can squeeze in a day or two of work, well, what kind of sucker are you?

Political  Calculations Political Calculations: Divining Median Household Income from Payroll Tax Data

Can we use monthly payroll tax collection data to reasonably approximate the median income being earned by U.S. households?

Ashley Pratte Ashley Pratte: The Un-Affordable Care Act

Remember Obamas now infamous line, If you like your healthcare, you can keep it? If it only had been true, because many Americansespecially our nations young people are suffering as a result of the Presidents signature legislation.

Daniel J. Mitchell Daniel J. Mitchell: Are Well-Meaning but Misguided Conservatives Being Seduced by the Value-Added Tax?

Libertarians are sometimes accused of being unrealistic and impractical because we occasionally talk about unconventional ideas such as competitive currencies and privatized roads.

Robert Knight Robert Knight: Connecting the Dots to Despotism

Recently, I wrote a column suggesting that we are living in an age of insanity. Events since then show the madness morphing into soft despotism, which may harden into outright tyranny.

Mike Shedlock Mike Shedlock: Goodbye Retail Associates, Hello Robots

Not only do robots cost less than humans, they don't complain, they speak multiple languages, and most importantly, by scanning aisles they know where every item is in the store and can take you straight to it.

Michael Schaus Michael Schaus: Restaurant Chain Makes Karl Marx Look Like a Capitalist Pig

Stop the planet, please. I would like to get off the ride now.

Charles Payne Charles Payne: Are all the Parties Over?

Facebook joined Twitter after taking a nosedive following the posting of its earnings that, for the most part, beat the street, but offered guidance that gave investors pause. This will rekindle talk of a tech bubble...

Walter E. Williams Walter E. Williams: Africa: A Tragic Continent

Ebola threatens the very existence of the West African nations Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea. Moreover, the deadly disease is likely to spread to neighboring nations.

Charlie Kirk Charlie Kirk: Which Way Will Millennials Turn?

Republicans have a chance to reach young people by sharing a message of true individual freedom. Democrats might like to but they cant bring themselves to say the words. They dont believe in individual freedom. They believe in collective decision making.

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