Sun, Feb 17, 2008

Guy Benson | February 17, 2008

A tandem of blockbuster scandals and a gift for lofty rhetoric have vaulted Barack Obama from an obscure state legislator to a top-tier presidential candidate in a matter of four years.

Paul Jacob | February 17, 2008

Think of it as term limits in action: The end of an era. The old guard passes. And those preparing to march out throw a monkey wrench behind, into the gears of democracy.

Robert Bluey | February 17, 2008

Just when it appeared House Republicans had turned the corner on earmark reform, party leaders did the unthinkable. They picked pork-loving Rep. Jo Bonner (R-Ala.) for the vacant seat on the Appropriations Committee.

Ken Connor | February 17, 2008

You would think Rowan Williams, Archbishop of Canterbury and the head of the Anglican Communion would have enough to occupy his time.

Sat, Feb 16, 2008

Doug Giles | February 16, 2008

The victims, Gayle Dubowski, 20, Catalina Garcia, 20, Julianna Gehant, 32, Ryanne Mace, 19, and Daniel Parmenter, 20, were accomplished students full of life, hopes and dreams that were cut down before they ever hit their stride.

Michael Barone | February 16, 2008

It's appropriate that our two major political parties are depicted as different animals. Forty days and forty nights out from the Iowa caucuses, the elephant and the donkey seem very different indeed.

Jonah Goldberg | February 16, 2008

Less than five minutes. That's the total amount of time the United States has waterboarded terrorist detainees. How many detainees? Three.

Caroline Glick | February 16, 2008

It is quite possible that terror master Imad Mughniyeh was not killed Tuesday night in Damascus for his past crimes, but to prevent him from carrying out additional attacks in the future.

Carl Horowitz | February 16, 2008

"To serve God's law, one must break man's law." There's nothing new about this principle. Men throughout the ages have fought, killed and died for it.

Robert Novak | February 16, 2008

Strategists for Sen. Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign believe it is imperative to identify her high-flying opponent, Sen. Barack Obama, with the "McGovern wing" of the Democratic Party.

Fri, Feb 15, 2008

Kathryn Lopez | February 15, 2008

It's hard not to see the attraction. Obama talks about hope and change. Who is against hope and change? You? Not me.

Lyle H. Rossiter, Jr, MD | February 15, 2008

With pop psychology now decades old and a comfortable part of our everyday conversation, it is not surprising to find pundits and pollsters psychoanalyzing the current political scene.

Michael Gerson | February 15, 2008

Those clanking, sputtering and grinding sounds you hear are coming from the Clinton political machine.

Ed Feulner | February 15, 2008

Ask a conservative to name landmark dates in political history, and Jan. 20, 1981 (President Reagan’s inauguration) would be high on the list.

Lee Culpepper | February 15, 2008

While the mainstream media wallows in the unpleasant effect John McCain’s apparent nomination is having on the GOP, are liberals also intentionally ignoring the undeniable void of influence the two Democratic candidates pose in the Middle East?

Rich Tucker | February 15, 2008

This week, President Bush signed a $168 billion measure aimed at “stimulating” our supposedly sluggish economy. In effect we’re borrowing money from future taxpayers and giving it to Americans to spend today.

Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison | February 15, 2008

The right to keep and bear arms is secure in Texas, but in our nation's capital it has been taken away.

Amanda Carpenter | February 15, 2008

The House of Representatives has left for a full week of President’s Day recess without authorizing a law that permits the government to monitor terrorist communications that will expire Friday night.

John McCaslin | February 15, 2008

"Look at Hillary, she looks just like Miss America." Or at least that's what Miss America 2008 Kirsten Haglund said when she glanced down at the program cover for the Washington Press Club Foundation's 64th annual Congressional Dinner.

Rich Galen | February 15, 2008

In the Democratic Party there are 796 "Super Delegates." These are men and women who are delegates to the Democratic National Convention in Denver by virtue of their position.

John Hawkins | February 15, 2008

If even Paul Krugman is willing to publicly admit that Barack Obama is a human featherball, then who am I, a mere conservative blogger, to disagree?

Brent Bozell | February 15, 2008

In the past two weeks, the name Disney has come to mean something else: a tawdry corporation stocked with lawyers making ridiculous arguments suggesting that nudity and obscenity on television are to be lauded.

David Limbaugh | February 15, 2008

Political commentators from various points on the right-wing spectrum are still arguing about the McCain presidential candidacy, lecturing and scolding each other.

Mona Charen | February 15, 2008

It says a great deal about a liberal Democrat that he does not outrage conservative Republicans. To mention the Clintons, Howard Dean, Al Gore, Harry Reid, Nancy Pelosi or John Kerry to this crowd is to inflict hypertension.

Oliver North | February 15, 2008

When the Council of the District of Columbia enacted the toughest gun control law in the nation in 1976, the city fathers believed they were making our nation's capital a safer place.

Pat Buchanan | February 15, 2008

if history is about truth, not myth, that news coverage deserves another look, before the Jena Six enter the history books alongside Emmett Till and "the Scottsboro Boys."

Suzanne Fields | February 15, 2008

A friend dropped by for a cup of coffee the other day after a visit to her mother at Leisure World of Maryland, where the wealthy live in leisurely retirement.

Diana West | February 15, 2008

Condoleezza Rice and Robert Gates penned an op-ed this week to say it's time to negotiate "a basic framework for normalized relations with the Iraqi government."

Linda Chavez | February 15, 2008

You would have thought Congress was about to hear from a top al-Qaida operative or maybe a mafia kingpin, what with all the accusatory statements and self-righteous indignation being flaunted by members of Congress.

Paul Greenberg | February 15, 2008

Only last summer, John McCain, that stalwart defender of the war in Iraq and on terror in general, was finished. Down and out. Kaput. Another victim of the Bush malaise.

Jon Sanders | February 15, 2008

The rumor is, an overworked Democrat consultant was e-mailed the Declaration of Independence under the subject line "Don't forget this was written by a top Democrat!"

Burt Prelutsky | February 15, 2008

Recently, I hosted a book-signing here in Los Angeles. If you’ve never had the experience, my advice is that you not press your luck. For openers, there’s the matter of sending out invitations.

Charles Krauthammer | February 15, 2008

A silver-tongued freshman senator has found a way to sell hope. To get it, you need only give him your vote. Barack Obama is getting millions.

Lorie Byrd | February 15, 2008

There is definitely an enthusiasm gap in the 2008 presidential election. Obama has moved supporters to tears. John McCain has too, but for different reasons. Hillary moved herself to tears – just when it was needed most.

Michael McBride | February 15, 2008

There is a Perfect Storm of epochal proportions on the horizon for the Democrat Party, and there will be no escaping its impact. The forces set in motion by seven years of Bush Derangement Syndrome and this primary season will be impossible to mitigate or deflect.

Kathleen Parker | February 15, 2008

One does not have to be anti-Islam to be concerned as radical Islam clashes with Modern Europe.

Mike Gallagher | February 15, 2008

Watching Congressman Henry Waxman interrogate baseball’s Roger Clemens this week was maddening.

Thu, Feb 14, 2008

Rich Lowry | February 14, 2008

For two and a half months now, Democrats have been voting in primaries and meeting in caucuses to select their nominee for president.

Floyd and Mary Beth Brown | February 14, 2008

Obama seems to be able to stir up the passions and emotions of people while not revealing his policies. His voting record is one of the most liberal in the entire Senate and that is what makes him dangerous. But his charisma and ability to persuade people to vote for him don’t seem to be affected by his ideas. Conservatives, liberals and moderates are all equally entranced.

Paul Dinger | February 14, 2008

American soul is revealed in elections: Americans have chosen conservative Christian presidents for the last 230 years.

Salena Zito | February 14, 2008

Barack Obama faces an uphill climb to defeat Hillary Clinton in Pennsylvania and Ohio, according to a Quinnipiac University poll conducted in the state last week.

Marjorie Dannenfelser | February 14, 2008

You don’t hear anybody saying, “You know I want to be like Lincoln because he was white,” or “What I find most attractive and compelling about President Roosevelt was that he was a man – and white!”

Michael Reagan | February 14, 2008

In 1976 the Ford vs. Reagan campaign for the Republican presidential nomination got so heated it looked as if my father and Jerry Ford would never again talk to one another.

John McCaslin | February 14, 2008

Inside the Beltway has learned that the vendor for Sen. John McCain's official presidential campaign store has apologized for sending one of the Arizona senator's sons a John McCain for President fleece stamped "Made in Vietnam."

Cliff May | February 14, 2008

Negotiate with its elected leaders... who could be against that?

Brian Fitzpatrick | February 14, 2008

How top American journalists kowtowed to Candidate Clinton.

Janice Shaw Crouse | February 14, 2008

Whenever my brothers and sisters are together, someone always tells one of the stories about mother and daddy. Mother was only 15 when they married, and Daddy was just 19.

Karin Agness | February 14, 2008

The “women’s vote” matters. Women made up a majority of voters in 2004. According to the Census Bureau, women currently comprise 52% of the electorate and women are known to be more likely to show up on Election Day.

Amanda Carpenter | February 14, 2008

The six-member Senate Ethics Committee issued a letter of public admonishment for Republican Sen. Larry Craig (Idaho) for engaging in improper conduct in the bathroom of a Minnesota airport last summer.

Hugh Hewitt | February 14, 2008

The upheaval --genuine, deep-seated upheaval-- is underway within the Democratic Party.

Thomas Sowell | February 14, 2008

Those who put a high value on words may recoil at the title of Jonah Goldberg's new book, "Liberal Fascism." As a result, they may refuse to read it, which will be their loss -- and a major loss.

Victor Davis Hanson | February 14, 2008

In these uncertain times, the relatively new Sen. Barack Obama has become America’s “change” candidate. But how different in real terms is the Obama candidacy?

Larry Elder | February 14, 2008

Why do so many Republicans pound the table and shout, "I'd rather vote for a Democrat than the 'insufficiently conservative' John McCain!"?

Ken Blackwell | February 14, 2008

It’s an amazing time to be alive in America. We’re in a year of firsts in this presidential election: the first viable woman candidate; the first viable African-American candidate.

Cal Thomas | February 14, 2008

As Americans begin a two-year celebration of the bicentennial of Abraham Lincoln's birth, another anniversary approaches with far more significant and immediate implications.

Suzanne Fields | February 14, 2008

It's too early for conservatives to kiss and make up with John McCain, Valentine's Day or not. We're not ready to give him our unconditional hearts (or minds).

Matt Towery | February 14, 2008

What possible use do we have for a blowhard Congress that ducks every critical issue that impacts all our economic and personal well-being in favor of putting on silly shows designed to create television ratings for its own members?

Donald Lambro | February 14, 2008

There has been little debate about national-security and foreign-policy issues between Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama beyond who would pull our troops out faster from Iraq.

Rebecca Hagelin | February 14, 2008

Now that Mitt Romney is out of the presidential race, it’s the perfect time to discuss what we should have learned from all the chatter about his faith.

Robert Novak | February 14, 2008

Louisiana politicians grumble that the flow of around $120 billion from Washington is insufficient and mourn for some 180,000 New Orleanians who have left the area.

George Will | February 14, 2008

Many Republicans hope, against three decades of evidence, that Democrats can be sufficiently sensible to nominate Barack Obama.

Marvin Olasky | February 14, 2008

It's Valentine's Day, so what better day to give a present to my fans (you in the balcony, I see you) and my critics.

William Rusher | February 14, 2008

Let me begin by acknowledging that I was one of the many who thought that Mitt Romney, rather than John McCain, would be the Republican presidential nominee in 2008.

Emmett Tyrrell | February 14, 2008

Islam has a new convert. Some will be surprised, but I am not.

Joel Mowbray | February 14, 2008

In the week since Sen. John McCain’s high-profile speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference, movement activists and icons have debated the merits of the man who has charted the most unusual path to the GOP nomination in recent history.

Debra J. Saunders | February 14, 2008

This month, opponents of scientific research set off an incendiary device at the home of Edythe London to protest her medical research at UCLA.

Wed, Feb 13, 2008

Dick Morris and Eileen McGann | February 13, 2008

Hillary Clinton has blown an almost sure shot at the Democratic presidential nomination. Having surrendered the lead to Obama, she is not likely ever to regain it.

Ann Coulter | February 13, 2008

A few more primary wins and B. Hussein Obama will be able to light up a cigarette during a televised speech and still get the nomination. It looks like the only thing that can stop him now is an endorsement from Al Gore.

Douglas MacKinnon | February 13, 2008

Speak with the governments of Colombia and Mexico. They will tell you that Mr. Chavez is not only funding various guerrilla movements in the region; he is also extending his power throughout Latin America, either directly with arms and military assistance or by bribing weak or needy leaders with oil or cash.

Larry Kudlow | February 13, 2008

Some things in life are quite simple. Here's one of them: Sen. John McCain is going to be our next president.

Amanda Carpenter | February 13, 2008

As Congress debates giving immunity to phone companies that assisted the government in tracking terrorist communications, trial lawyers prosecuting those phone companies have poured money into the coffers of Democrats.

Michael Gerson | February 13, 2008

For European leftists, apparently the only thing worse than dead white men is live white men talking about death.

Ken Connor | February 13, 2008

With last Tuesday's voter turnout, American voters appear on pace to break primary turnout records this 2008 election season. It seems that citizens are finally beginning to take their civic responsibilities more seriously.

Amanda Carpenter | February 13, 2008

Presumptive GOP presidential nominee John McCain expressed optimism regarding his ability to unite the Republican Party, progress in Iraq and the prosecution of terrorists in Guantanamo Bay in a conference call Wednesday morning.

Paul Weyrich | February 13, 2008

There is finally some potential good news on the immigration front.

Allison Kasic | February 13, 2008

On campus Valentines Day has become a more ominous occasion, serving as a striking reminder of just how dysfunctional the collegiate dating scene has become.

John McCaslin | February 13, 2008

One Republican presidential candidate we don't hear much about is former Reagan administration ambassador Alan Keyes, who yesterday released a none-too-glowing assessment of leading Republican Party contender Sen. John McCain.

Rich Galen | February 13, 2008

According to CNN, Barack Obama took the lead in elected delegates as the result of the primary election in Virginia last night.

Matt Barber | February 13, 2008

Through a carefully crafted, decades-old propaganda campaign, homosexual activists have successfully cast homosexuals — many of whom enjoy positions of influence and affluence — as a disadvantaged minority.

Michelle Malkin | February 13, 2008

The most anti-conservative rhetoric against conservative talk radio these days is coming from supposedly free-market conservatives. It's disgusting.

John Stossel | February 13, 2008

The hottest buzzword of the day is "economic stimulus." Virtually every politician and pundit agrees the government must act quickly to forestall a recession by increasing consumer spending.

Walter E. Williams | February 13, 2008

Anti-tobacco zealots don't have a monopoly on tyrannical designs. There are those who wish to control what we eat, and the successful attack on smokers has provided a template for their agenda.

Brent Bozell | February 13, 2008

It's a little strange to see Hillary appearing so upset over MSNBC reporter David Shuster suggesting that Chelsea Clinton was being "pimped out" by Hillary's campaign.

Jonah Goldberg | February 13, 2008

Obama insists that his is the campaign for those who want to move "beyond race," and, let the record show, there is a powerful thirst for a post-racial America, not least among conservatives.

Tony Blankley | February 13, 2008

With the accelerated metabolism of the frenzied fight for Super Tuesday now behind us, the two parties are settling in for the more discreet political pleasures of late winter and early spring.

Terry Jeffrey | February 13, 2008

One thing Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton and John McCain all have in common is that they voted to give retroactive Social Security benefits to illegal aliens who committed document fraud.

Ben Shapiro | February 13, 2008

There's plenty to question about John McCain, but there's one thing conservatives can't question: McCain is better than Hillary Clinton. He's better than Barack Obama. And it's not close.

Austin Bay | February 13, 2008

On Feb. 1, two remotely detonated terror bombs killed 99 shoppers in Baghdad's pet and bird markets. It was Baghdad's biggest mass murder since April 2007.

Jacob Sullum | February 13, 2008

Canada's national and provincial human-rights commissions were established in the 1970s to vet complaints about discrimination in employment, housing, and the provision of goods and services.

Kathleen Parker | February 13, 2008

If anyone still doubts the correlation between obese America and our fast-food culture, consider Oklahoma City, where the mayor has asked residents to join him on a diet.

Michael Medved | February 13, 2008

With the two Democratic candidates nearly tied in the number of delegates they’ve amassed, and the prospect of months more of ferocious competition, party leaders yearn for them to settle the struggle by joining together in a “dream ticket” of Clinton-Obama or even Obama-Clinton.

Mike Adams | February 13, 2008

Campus feminists seek the right to engage in vulgarity by sponsoring The Vagina Monologues. They avoid responsibility for spreading negative messages by enforcing speech codes.

Tue, Feb 12, 2008

Robert Knight | February 12, 2008

With Valentine’s Day looming, USA Weekend, the colorful Sunday insert that has an estimated 49 million readers in 23 million households, featured actor Matthew McConaughey holding a red rose.

Paul Weyrich | February 12, 2008

Every year Family Research Council (FRC) Action issues a report card detailing how our elected officials in Congress vote on pro-family issues.

Paul Edwards | February 12, 2008

The Religious Left is successfully redefining what it means to be a conservative evangelical by misrepresenting what it means to be a conservative evangelical.

Salena Zito | February 12, 2008

Hillary Clinton faces the daunting challenge of halting Barack Obama's momentum today, as voters head to the polls in three Democratic primary contests in which her opponent is considered a strong favorite.

John McCaslin | February 12, 2008

Maybe — the emphasis here being on the word maybe — Christine Jennings will finally concede defeat now that the Government Accountability Office says it, too, couldn't find anything wrong with the touch-screen voting machines.

Amanda Carpenter | February 12, 2008

Although earmark hawk Rep. Jeff Flake (R.-Ariz.) may be a long-shot for the spot, he’s is still in the running to be appointed to the House Appropriations Committee.

Thomas Sowell | February 12, 2008

Even before Mitt Romney bowed out -- with class, by the way -- supporters of John McCain, and Republican party pooh-bahs in general, were chastising those conservatives in the media who had criticized Senator McCain.

David Limbaugh | February 12, 2008

Here we are -- the non-McCainiacs -- just minding our own business and contemplating such lofty ideals as party unity while the McCainiac cabal lobs yet more rhetorical cruise missiles our way.

Cal Thomas | February 12, 2008

Reagan always spoke about the future and its possibilities. Today's conservatives, however, can't seem to break with the past and the nostalgia for the Reagan years.

Dennis Prager | February 12, 2008

The love relationship between a man and a woman is unique. There is no love like it for two primary reasons: First, it is the love of equals -- all other love relationships are between unequals.

Oliver North | February 12, 2008

Sen. John McCain stood before the annual Conservative Political Action Conference and asked the assembled activists to support his bid for the White House.

Pat Buchanan | February 12, 2008

During his speech to the Conservative Political Action Conference, among the best he has delivered, Mitt Romney suspended his campaign, so as not to imperil GOP prospects in the fall.

Debra J. Saunders | February 12, 2008

Rowan Williams, the archbishop of Canterbury, endorsed adopting some aspects of Sharia law for Muslims, lest, he told the BBC, British Muslims be forced to choose.

Paul Greenberg | February 12, 2008

National heroes are national touchstones. Martin Luther King Jr., George Washington, Abraham Lincoln. They are more than history; they have entered into myth.

Ed Feulner | February 12, 2008

Even the strongest military powers are often paralyzed by an age-old weakness: They tend to focus on past threats rather than on future ones.

William Wilson | February 12, 2008

While many Americans of various political persuasions had serious points of disagreement with Justice Douglas, his love and respect for the First Amendment stands out as admirable to most citizens.

Chuck Norris | February 12, 2008

Did you catch the great showdown this past week? No, not Super Tuesday but the late-night television comedian battle over who discovered and "made" GOP presidential candidate Mike Huckabee.

Bill Murchison | February 12, 2008

Americans will be learning a lot about themselves as six Islamist terror "suspects" (I guess we have to say, technically) held at Guantanamo Bay finally face trial on murder and war crimes charges connected with 9/11.

Mon, Feb 11, 2008

Dick Morris and Eileen McGann | February 11, 2008

I believe that Barack Obama will defeat Hillary and win the Democratic nomination.

Janet M. LaRue | February 11, 2008

Sen. Barack Obama is highly intelligent, likeable, articulate (no racism intended), dynamic, well-educated and witty. He is receiving virtually worshipful coverage from the news media.

Lee Culpepper | February 11, 2008

There are many heroes in this world, but the word “hero” itself has become a hackneyed label. Time and again it is circumstance that brings out an individual’s heroic qualities.

Rich Lowry | February 11, 2008

This small, rural village in the Diyala Province north of Baghdad experienced a revolution a month ago. It had been controlled by al-Qaida and its band of teenage killers who terrorized the place.

Bill Steigerwald | February 11, 2008

With the Democrat presidential primary looking like it will have to be decided at the party's national convention in Denver on Aug. 25-28, it’s a good time to revisit the country’s last contested political convention.

Jack Kemp | February 11, 2008

I'm writing to you soon after Mitt Romney suspended his campaign and Sen. John McCain addressed the Conservative Political Action Conference, not to calm you down, but to put McCain's campaign and career in historical perspective.

Amanda Carpenter | February 11, 2008

As Barack Obama shows signs of pulling away with the Democratic nomination, it appears he’s trying to find some wiggle room in his support of a firm withdrawal date from Iraq.

Jackie Gingrich Cushman | February 11, 2008

In the Christian tradition, the Lenten period is a time of fasting and prayer, preparation and reflection in anticipation of Easter, which commemorates the death and resurrection of Jesus.

Tom Borelli | February 11, 2008

CEOs frequently base business strategies on faulty assumptions and unrealistic expectations. This is especially true when business plans involve government regulation.

Phyllis Schlafly | February 11, 2008

Several months ago when the news broke about poisonous pet food and lead-laden toys from China, I asked my local pharmacy to give me a letter stating it is not selling me any prescription drugs imported from China.

Douglas MacKinnon | February 11, 2008

Nobody cares. If this primary season has taught us anything, it’s that almost no one really cares. Time and again, we have borne witness to the truth being sacrificed for the greater good of liberalism.

Chuck Colson | February 11, 2008

Last month, the president announced his intention to sell Saudi Arabia some of our most sophisticated weapons. This is a bad idea, and you should let your representative know it right away.

John McCaslin | February 11, 2008

Something must have creeped into the drinking water on Capitol Hill, because it wasn't the first time in recent weeks that a Democratic congresswoman forgot who she was grilling.

Rich Galen | February 11, 2008

As a matter of family pride, my favorite cousin, Lisa Heller, is the Vice President of non-fiction programming at HBO and, I assume, had at least some responsibility for green-lighting the production of "Band of Brothers."

Star Parker | February 11, 2008

Suppose I tell you that the government will design a product and make you buy it. If you say no thanks, that's too bad. The government will decide what you need and what you will buy.

Sgt. Seth Conner | February 11, 2008

Like my Marine brothers who fought alongside me in the Battle of Fallujah, I know a little something about choices.

Suzanne Fields | February 11, 2008

They're the best of stereotypes; they're the worst of stereotypes. The three candidates still standing tall.

Paul Greenberg | February 11, 2008

Tuesday's election returns continue to reverberate: Mitt is now moot, Mike Huckabee is running stronger than ever (for vice-president), and John McCain, now the GOP's presidential nominee-in-waiting, is in trouble.

Donald Lambro | February 11, 2008

There are many reasons why Sen. John McCain has become the presumptive Republican presidential nominee, reasons that have effectively stymied all of his opponents.

Burt Prelutsky | February 11, 2008

Some people simply have an affinity for groups. They are those who like attending meetings and serving on committees.

Robert Novak | February 11, 2008

Which Democrat really won Super Tuesday? Thanks to the Democratic Party's proportional representation, it is not easy to say a week later.

Mike Adams | February 11, 2008

Last week, I wrote about a situation at NC State University involving interference with the dissemination of Christian literature on the grounds that it amounted to “thought solicitation.”

Harry R. Jackson, Jr. | February 11, 2008

Last week I participated in a press conference on Capitol Hill with Congressman Mike Pence, Chuck Colson Of Prison Fellowship, best-selling author and pastor Rick Warren, and a host of others who are concerned about the future of the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR).

Dinesh D'Souza | February 11, 2008

Pope Benedict has a favorite rabbi, none other than the distinguished Jewish scholar Jacob Neusner. At first glance this is a puzzle.

Sun, Feb 10, 2008

Carol Platt Liebau | February 10, 2008

Mike Huckabee’s 3:1 win over John McCain in Kansas this weekend sends a loud warning to the Arizona senator – and allows the glib Arkansan to justify remaining in the presidential race.

Debra J. Saunders | February 10, 2008

There are elements in the Republican Party who are trying to turn the GOP into the victim party. No matter how much they've won, they want to see themselves as losers.

Paul Driessen | February 10, 2008

“People of color and low-income populations are disproportionately impacted by pollution,” argues Leslie Fields, Sierra Club director of environmental justice.

George Will | February 10, 2008

Coconut Road near Fort Myers looks like any other concrete ribbon near housing developments, golf courses and shopping malls in this state's booming southwest.

Austin Hill | February 10, 2008

Attention Republicans: An entire division of the party is faltering. Has anybody noticed?

Salena Zito | February 10, 2008

As their campaigns head down the stretch, it's going to be one heck of a road trip. The prospects for each:

David Stokes | February 10, 2008

Against the backdrop of the current trend of roller-coaster/whiplash politics, I venture a few thoughts making a case that it really aint over until the formerly fat guy sings.

Paul Jacob | February 10, 2008

Which is worse, idiotic tyranny or tyrannical idiocy?