If you want to get a real glimpse of the thought-tyranny of the academic Left, you should look at the case of Scott McConnell, who was recently expelled from Le Moyne College in Syracuse, N.Y., because his personal beliefs didn't fit within the school's indoctrination grid.
Critics of the Senate filibuster complain that it's undemocratic and obstructive. These are its two most appealing features.
A potpourri of comments and quotes on topics in the news. . .
The state of America's political discourse is such that the president has felt it necessary to declare that unbelievers can be good Americans. In last week's prime-time news conference, he said: 'If you choose not to worship, you're equally as patriotic as somebody who does worship.'
Let's talk about the rich -- those people who, according to former Congressman Richard Gephardt, are 'winners in life's lottery.' Or the people whom director Michael Moore preaches, in his book 'Dude, Where's my Country?' got rich off the backs of the poor.
Some smart 'netrepreneur' should get to work on a parody song titled 'Bloggers Killed the Newspaper Star.'
Those with weak hearts can feel comfortable reading this material. There are no surprises here, either in the data reported or in the recommendations made.
Some of the lingo used in the nation's capital during the recent debate over a federal budget resolution reveals the perverse perspective professional politicians have developed when it comes to spending taxpayers' money.
Gov. Jeb Bush of Florida is under fire once again for upholding traditional morality. And, once again, his detractors are citing the "right to privacy" to attack him.
On Fox's '24' action-drama show Monday nights, art doesn't imitate life.
The European ruling elite is having a collective nervous breakdown for fear the French will vote on May 29 and to reject the European Union constitution.
Two decades ago Hizballah pioneered suicide bombings. In the time since, Hizballah has become the main sponsor of terrorism in the Palestinian territories.