Sat, Aug 02, 2008

Doug Giles | August 02, 2008

Is anyone else out there in what’s left of traditional America sick of the election yet?

Michael Barone | August 02, 2008

Just when you think you've got the presidential race figured out, something comes along to upend your carefully wrought conclusions.

Wayne Winegarden | August 02, 2008

Gas prices may have retreated from their recent peak, but they are still outrageously high. More worrisome, current gas affordability levels (perhaps un-affordability level is more apt) may be just the beginning.

Fri, Aug 01, 2008

Kathryn Lopez | August 01, 2008

You've already heard about the pregnant man. But what about the she-man fish?

Hugh Hewitt | August 01, 2008

The blast-off didn't materialize, and the Dalibama found his numbers falling in Ohio, Pennsylvania an Florida.

Dick Morris and Eileen McGann | August 01, 2008

When is the McCain campaign going to get serious? It seems to be marking time with softball ads, more appropriate to the soundbites campaign media spokespeople exchange with one another than to strategic paid media hits.

Rich Tucker | August 01, 2008

Halfway through the busy summer driving season, gas prices are finally starting to come down a bit.

Amanda Carpenter | August 01, 2008

Members of a pan-African socialist group squared off against Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama during a town hall meeting Friday.

John McCaslin | August 01, 2008

Sen. Ted Stevens, Alaska Republican, learned of his federal grand jury indictment charging him with seven felony counts of making false statements.

Caroline Glick | August 01, 2008

After the dust settled on Prime Minister Ehud Olmert's surprise announcement Wednesday evening that he will resign from office after Kadima's leadership primary on September 17.

Amanda Carpenter | August 01, 2008

Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama wants domestic energy producers to forfeit profits to the government in order to issue $500 and $1,000 checks to consumers to help them keep up with rising energy costs.

John Hawkins | August 01, 2008

In an election cycle where Republicans are reviled and the GOP candidate, John McCain, seems to inspire less excitement than a Droopy marathon.

Jonah Goldberg | August 01, 2008

It's an old story. Loving parents provide a generous environment for their offspring. Kids are given not only ample food, clothing and shelter, but the emotional necessities as well.

David Limbaugh | August 01, 2008

I suppose I have to accept the insanity that some glassy-eyed Republicans are considering voting for Barack Obama, but I don't have to like it.

Linda Chavez | August 01, 2008

Here's a question: Which U.S. president has done the most in history to help Africa? President Clinton, you say?

Diana West | August 01, 2008

Strange, the apparent lack of public alarm in Britain over an extensive new poll showing that significant minorities of Muslim students at some of Britain's better colleges and universities embrace the most threatening aspects of Islam.

Paul Greenberg | August 01, 2008

Barack Obama is back from his BOFFO European tour, having wowed 'em in Berlin and Paris and points east, notably Kabul and Baghdad-on-the-Tigris.

Burt Prelutsky | August 01, 2008

Considering how much the left-wing media adores this guy -- and let us never forget that Obama has managed to send shivers up Chris Matthews’ leg -- I suppose nothing should surprise me.

Lorie Byrd | August 01, 2008

Republicans are well aware that serious consequences accompany the loss of the House and Senate in 2006, and the possibility of losing the White House in 2008.

Kathleen Parker | August 01, 2008

The tabloid story that everybody's talking about -- but almost no one is writing about -- has created an interesting debate on the Internet about the dueling roles of old/new media and what constitutes legitimate news.

Charles Krauthammer | August 01, 2008

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi opposes lifting the moratorium on drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge and on the Outer Continental Shelf. She won't even allow it to come to a vote.

Matt Towery | August 01, 2008

I can hardly believe what I am seeing on television and reading in newspapers.

Oliver North | August 01, 2008

This place should have had real appeal to Sen. Barack Obama.

Suzanne Fields | August 01, 2008

"Hollywood conservative" is regarded in most places as an oxymoron, and in Hollywood a "conservative" is an alien from outer space. But a few aliens are prospering.

Brent Bozell | August 01, 2008

If one could imagine the most unlikely Carnegie Hall sensation ever, "Jerry Springer: The Opera" might be it.

Thu, Jul 31, 2008

Rich Lowry | July 31, 2008

Jesse Jackson must have been forgiven by the Obama campaign and welcomed into its inner circle. Because it sure seems as if he's giving the campaign advice.

Matt Purple | July 31, 2008

A compilation of data by the Center for Immigration Studies released Wednesday found that since the immigration bill failed to pass the Senate last June.

Michael Reagan | July 31, 2008

In the latest example of sheer looniness that has marked the current Democrat-controlled Congress, surely the worst if not the craziest Congress in all U.S. history.

Amanda Carpenter | July 31, 2008

The longest serving Republican in the Senate pled “not guilty” to seven criminal charges of making false statements in federal court Thursday.

John Stossel | July 31, 2008

On Thursday, July 31, 2008, John Stossel participated with a live chat with his readers, sponsored by and the Young America's Foundation.

Lisa A. Rickard | July 31, 2008

During these tough economic times, the roughly 50% of all Americans who have their retirement and other investments tied up in the stock markets have a lot to worry about.

Bill Steigerwald | July 31, 2008

Economic journalist and author Garet Garrett (1878-1954) is largely forgotten by history.

Floyd and Mary Beth Brown | July 31, 2008

The clock read 2:40 a.m. A 54-year-old man with perfectly coiffed hair slipped quietly out of a Beverly Hills hotel room. He jumped on an elevator for a ride down to the ground floor.

Amanda Carpenter | July 31, 2008

John McCain’s presidential campaign believes their rival Barack Obama shamefully played the “race card” against McCain while stumping in Missouri.

Ross Mackenzie | July 31, 2008

What I’m not particularly interested in is watching — and going ooh and aahh at — an Olympics staged by one of the great weird and repressive regimes in the history of mankind.

John McCaslin | July 31, 2008

MSNBC "Hardball" host Chris Matthews confirms that he is contemplating a run for the U.S. Senate in his native Pennsylvania.

Andrew Tallman | July 31, 2008

It is core doctrine of pro-gay orthodoxy that homosexuals are born gay. Though science has yet failed to affirm or deny this, the vast majority of gays and their supporters are convinced of it.

Amanda Carpenter | July 31, 2008

Immigration and Customs Enforcement is launching a new program designed to give fugitive illegal aliens the opportunity to self-deport and avoid jail time.

Paul Weyrich | July 31, 2008

Earlier this week the White House announced that the projected Fiscal Year 2009 deficit will be $490 billion, an amount much higher than originally anticipated and also a record for the national deficit.

Victor Davis Hanson | July 31, 2008

There is a growing confidence among officers, diplomats and politicians that a constitutional Iraq is going to make it.

Larry Elder | July 31, 2008

Oh, no, not another "blacks in America" news special! One of the cable networks recently put together another one of these "specials" on what it's like to be black in America.

Ken Blackwell | July 31, 2008

Nancy Pelosi wants to the save the planet. That was the House speakers answer to why she is not allowing a vote on expanding domestic oil drilling.

Cal Thomas | July 31, 2008

Most inhumanities start small, like the beginning of a tsunami, but then build, as they head toward inevitable and unstoppable destruction.

If soccer moms determined the outcome of the 1996 presidential race and security moms tipped the balance in 2004, it is beginning to look as if older moms are the key to the 2008 contest.

Debra J. Saunders | July 31, 2008

I'll say this for John McCain -- he doesn't hide behind his staff.

Rebecca Hagelin | July 31, 2008

It used to be called “shacking up.” Now it’s just another lifestyle choice.

Andrew P. McIndoe | July 31, 2008

Few men have had such a profound impact on the world’s economy as Milton Friedman. Though he passed away on November 16, 2006, he left behind an unparalleled legacy of freedom.

Frank Turek | July 31, 2008

Barack Obama’s recent op-ed in the New York Times declares, “It’s time to end this war.” (You remember that Senator McCain tried to respond, but the Times apparently wanted to give McCain his opinion)

Larry Elder | July 31, 2008

Oh, no, not another "blacks in America" news special!

Emmett Tyrrell | July 31, 2008

The summer vacation is a perfect time to read a book, possibly two books.

Wed, Jul 30, 2008

Ann Coulter | July 30, 2008

The mainstream media really seem to imagine they can prevent Americans from knowing information by refusing to mention it in newspapers or on TV.

Maggie Gallagher | July 30, 2008

This past Monday, Nancy Pelosi was all over your television set, penetrating as many American living rooms as she could with her new message: Girl Power Forever.

David Strom | July 30, 2008

Well, the secret is out. Conservatives' willingness to destroy Mother Earth in pursuit of financial gain now makes sense.

Amanda Carpenter | July 30, 2008

One of Barack Obama’s favorite rappers is calling Hillary Clinton an offensive, derogatory word for females in his new song.

Amanda Carpenter | July 30, 2008

John McCain’s presidential campaign wants you to know there’s a difference between a “global leader” and the “global celebrity” their rival Barack Obama has become.

Matt Barber | July 30, 2008

I'm always mystified when allegedly intelligent, bottom-line-obsessed corporate types abandon the fiscally secure milieu of political neutrality and take sides, officially, on deeply polarizing, socio-cultural issues of the day.

Janice Shaw Crouse | July 30, 2008

The crime of human trafficking is now the world’s second most prevalent crime (behind drug trafficking).

Larry Kudlow | July 30, 2008

There will be no more business as usual for housing lenders Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac if John McCain is elected president.

Paul Weyrich | July 30, 2008

I have been feeling rather blue. Those who know me know that I never give up without a fight. My problem is with the so-called "Fairness Doctrine," which represents the opposite of fairness.

Michelle Malkin | July 30, 2008

You couldn't pass a grocery store line this weekend without seeing the picture-perfect smiles of the Obama family. There were Barack Obama's young daughters.

John Stossel | July 30, 2008

The Associated Press and other media used similar words: "indicted polygamist sect leader Warren Jeffs ... charges of felony sexual assault of a child."

Walter E. Williams | July 30, 2008

Let's face it. The average individual American has little or no clout with Congress and can be safely ignored. But it's a different story with groups such as Environmental Defense Fund, Sierra Club and The Nature Conservancy.

Brent Bozell | July 30, 2008

Newsweek's love for Barack Obama knows no bounds. After Obama's speech in Berlin, Newsweek published a headline that suggests an editor who's spent six days drunk on a merry-go-round.

Jonah Goldberg | July 30, 2008

Earlier this month, ESPN awarded Tommie Smith and John Carlos the Arthur Ashe Courage Award at the ESPYs for their once infamous, and now famous, black power salutes from the medal platform at the 1968 Mexico City Olympics.

Mike Adams | July 30, 2008

The Atlanta-Journal Constitution (AJC) may have taken the place of The New York Times as both the most liberal and least credible paper in America.

Tony Blankley | July 30, 2008

Reading Obama's Berlin speech, I see dangerous suggestions that he doesn't share that happy view of American prosperity.

Michael Gerson | July 30, 2008

It is my intention to celebrate a legislative and moral victory -- the reauthorization and expansion of America's massive effort to fight global AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria -- with an apology.

Terry Jeffrey | July 30, 2008

Barack Obama has joined the party of war.

Ben Shapiro | July 30, 2008

Barack Obama's messianic tour of Europe is over. And, like Jesus, he has risen again -- in the polls.

Austin Bay | July 30, 2008

Oil and unemployed testosterone don't mix, they collide -- with war the likely result.

Paul Greenberg | July 30, 2008

Sample some of the obituary tributes/denunciations written after Jesse Helms' death at 86, and you'd think the five-term senator from North Carolina must have been twins. And not identical ones.

Donald Lambro | July 30, 2008

Barack Obama, who went to Iraq in search of foreign-policy experience, came home last week sounding a bit more like John McCain.

Jacob Sullum | July 30, 2008

Unable to muster the 60 votes needed to overcome Coburn's opposition, Reid castigated the Republicans who had sided with the obstreperous obstetrician.

Kathleen Parker | July 30, 2008

In McCain's universe, the planets rotate around the sun in a predictable pattern. In Obama's universe, he is the sun.

Michael Medved | July 30, 2008

The fact that so many middle income homes managed to find the money to buy the Grand Theft Auto IV indicates that the middle class is in no imminent danger of disappearance.

Tue, Jul 29, 2008

Harry R. Jackson, Jr. | July 29, 2008

Two weeks ago, more than two-dozen civil rights, African-American, agriculture, senior citizen, and veteran advocacy groups came together to begin the Stop The War On The Poor Campaign.

Robert M. Duncan | July 29, 2008

With the cost of gas weighing on our minds and wallets, Americans desperately need the continuing leadership of a President who will help lift us out of this crisis.

Bud Weinstein | July 29, 2008

Every few years since the mid-1970s, it seems, the United States undergoes an “energy crisis.” With crude oil up nearly 100 percent over the past year, and gasoline and diesel prices hitting new highs every week, the usual finger pointing is underway.

Jon Sanders | July 29, 2008

A new study analyzes the fifty states' economic competitiveness against free-market principles and sixteen factors they identify as affecting a state's competitiveness .

Chuck Colson | July 29, 2008

Presidents can say the strangest things in front of an open microphone, especially if he thinks the mic is not on.

Paul Weyrich | July 29, 2008

It was an unusually warm January day in Washington as President-elect Barack Hussein Obama took the oath of office administered by longtime Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens.

Thomas Sowell | July 29, 2008

Anyone who is honest with himself and with others knows that there is not a snow ball's chance in hell to have an honest dialogue about race.

David Limbaugh | July 29, 2008

Democrats were no doubt looking to capitalize on the Iraq issue before it became apparent that the success of the surge had exceeded all but our most optimistic expectations.

Cal Thomas | July 29, 2008

There is a reason the psalmist warned, "Put not your trust in princes, nor in the son of man, in whom there is no help." (Psalm 146:3)

Dennis Prager | July 29, 2008

To better understand Sen. Barack Obama, his speech before 200,000 Germans in Berlin is one good place to start. As we shall see, however, it does not leave one secure as to the senator's understanding of history.

Pat Buchanan | July 29, 2008

Obama -- and John McCain, who has endorsed the build-up -- should, before committing any more combat brigades, explain how and when this war ends in an American victory.

Ed Feulner | July 29, 2008

Next month, the greatest athletes in the world will visit Beijing for the Olympic Games. Undoubtedly they’ll set new records in plenty of sports.

Bill Murchison | July 29, 2008

There had better be something to this "divinely anointed'' business, because if there isn't, Barack Obama is setting himself up for the biggest political spill in recorded history.

William Rusher | July 29, 2008

As the world's population approaches 7 billion, with no end in sight, it is perfectly obvious that mankind must find ways of generating more and more energy to fuel both human and technological growth.

Chuck Norris | July 29, 2008

Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., an avid opponent of offshore drilling, vows to block a drilling vote and even dialogue from occurring on the House floor.

Mon, Jul 28, 2008

Rich Lowry | July 28, 2008

If elected, Barack Obama might make history in more ways than one. He will be the country's first black president, but also -- perhaps as consequentially -- could be its first transnational president.

Amanda Carpenter | July 28, 2008

Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama’s weeklong trip abroad doesn’t have a happy ending.

Lisa A. Rickard | July 28, 2008

Every summer, I suspect that those who work at garden supply stores are inundated by people looking for advice on how to fight back against invasive vines and weeds that creep into their yards.

Phyllis Schlafly | July 28, 2008

The nation's largest teachers union, the National Education Association, attracted 9,000 delegates to its annual convention in Washington, D.C. over the Fourth of July weekend.

Bill Steigerwald | July 28, 2008

Ronald Reagan said famously, “In this present crisis, government is not the solution to our problem; government is the problem.”

Amanda Carpenter | July 28, 2008

Veteran journalist Bob Novak has been diagnosed with a brain tumor, according to a statement released by his publisher Monday afternoon.

Amanda Carpenter | July 28, 2008

The conservative-leaning Committee for Justice is trying to rile supporters with a “Top 10” list of things to expect from the Supreme Court should Barack Obama be elected president and appoint his desired justices.

Dinesh D'Souza | July 28, 2008

To listen to Richard Dawkins, or read his book The God Delusion, you would get the idea that belief in God is a dangerous delusion, even a kind of virus of the mind.

Frank Gaffney | July 28, 2008

Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama’s single most illuminating statement in the course of a just-completed overseas tour was his self-description during the stop in Berlin as a “citizen of the world.”

Richard H. Collins | July 28, 2008

Is Senator Barack Obama the next John F. Kennedy or Richard Nixon? This may seem like an odd question given their party affiliation.

Paul Greenberg | July 28, 2008

Why do politicians pride themselves on being working class, or at least having working-class origins? For the same reason 19th-century presidential candidates were almost required to have been born in a log cabin.

Burt Prelutsky | July 28, 2008

Because December 7, 1941, was when the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor, FDR quite aptly called it a day that would live in infamy. For Israel, July 15, 2008, is just such a date.

Robert Novak | July 28, 2008

Obama's lead in the polls over McCain is fragile because he so far has not won the support of a majority of American voters.

Star Parker | July 28, 2008

The headline on the website of German magazine Der Spiegel about Barack Obama's speech in Berlin: "Huge Crowds Left with Mixed Feelings."

Phil Harris | July 28, 2008

If you live under the false premise that doomsday will never come, some basic laws of nature (concerning energy) may be appropriate for you to note.

Carol Platt Liebau | July 28, 2008

Even with the "we are the world" euphoria attending Barack Obama’s international tour last week, Democrats have reason to be worried.

Mike Adams | July 28, 2008

I have one simple goal for the 2008-2009 academic year: I want to organize more federal lawsuits against universities in one year than I have in the last four years.

Nina May | July 28, 2008

The person who steps forward with a working solution to this energy crisis is the person who is best equipped to lead the country.

Sun, Jul 27, 2008

Kevin McCullough | July 27, 2008

Thus Barack Obama is reported to have prayed at the Wailing Wall in Jerusalem this past week.

David Stokes | July 27, 2008

The International Spy Museum in Washington, D.C. displays a list of what are called Moscow Rules – commonly accepted guidelines for the good guys during the Cold War.

Jackie Gingrich Cushman | July 27, 2008

“She’s lost in a book, just like her mother,” noted my mother. She was referring to my daughter and to me. Growing up, I spent hours curled up with books.

Austin Hill | July 27, 2008

So now that you know that the rest of the world loves Obama, how about you?

Debra J. Saunders | July 27, 2008

Clearly the 200,000 Germans who gathered to watch Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama at Berlin's Tiergarten on Thursday thought so.

Steve Chapman | July 27, 2008

I came into the office the other day, wearing an "Obama 2008" cap, a "Yes We Can" button, a "Team Obama" T-shirt, and carrying an "Obama for Change" tote bag filled with Obama bumper stickers.

Ken Connor | July 27, 2008

Notwithstanding the adverse ruling the District of Columbia received from the U. S. Supreme Court for its unconstitutional ordinance restricting the rights of citizens to keep and bear arms, bureaucrats in the Federal City continue their efforts to gnaw away at the Second Amendment.

Salena Zito | July 27, 2008

John McCain does not need Pennsylvania to win the White House, but Obama sure does.

Paul Jacob | July 27, 2008

Politicians in Florida are hell bent on sending an anti-tax crusader to prison, for the crime of mailing a public document to his neighbors.