Sat, Jan 23, 2010

Doug Giles | January 23, 2010

In the latest edition of political correctness gone wild, Mikey Weinstein and the Military Religious Freedom Foundation are droning on about scope manufacturer Trijicon putting Scripture references on their gun optics that our troops use to kill Muslim maniacs.

Ben Shapiro | January 23, 2010

This was the best week for conservatism in modern memory. On Tuesday, Scott Brown won a tremendous victory for the Republican Party in his Massachusetts Senate race.

Carl Horowitz | January 23, 2010

The federal takeover of General Motors and Chrysler has produced its share of collateral damage, but perhaps no group of persons has been left in the lurch more than the roughly 15,000 nonunion salaried retirees of auto parts manufacturer Delphi Corporation who are unlikely to receive their promised benefits.

Fri, Jan 22, 2010

Dick Morris and Eileen McGann | January 22, 2010

A squishy, misguided, weak-kneed liberalism has emerged in Hillary Clinton's comments about the kind of sanctions that would work best in halting Iran's nuclear program.

Rich Tucker | January 22, 2010

Normally, parties stake out popular positions on issues. Even if they have no intention of following through on their promises, they vow to cut taxes, or reduce federal spending, or whatever.

Kathryn Lopez | January 22, 2010

Run a Web search on "anencephaly" and you'll get all varieties of cold, clinical Web sites. "Anencephaly is the absence of a large part of the brain and the skull."

Rich Galen | January 22, 2010

Ukraine was cold. Day after day was between -10 and -17 Celsius (14 and 1 degree Fahrenheit). Doesn't sound too awfully bad except Ukraine stays that cold for months at a time so the cold permeates everything: cars, buildings, souls … everything.

Dan Gainor | January 22, 2010

It’s January and we’re watching reruns. The clueless main character and his band of misfits are struggling through another groovy episode. Barack Obama’s playing the cool lead with V.P. Joe Biden filling the role of the balding, curmudgeonly father figure.

Janice Shaw Crouse | January 22, 2010

Everybody is talking about what Scott Brown’s victory in Massachusetts means for 2010 and 2012. Will the recent spectacular and surprising GOP victories be short-lived phenomena or a major revolution?

Thomas Sowell | January 22, 2010

During this election year, and in the presidential election year of 2012, Republicans will not only do battle with the Democrats but with each other. How they handle both battles may have more to do with the outcomes on election days than do the polls showing public disenchantment with the Democrats.

Michelle Malkin | January 22, 2010

Pay attention: In the afterglow of the Massachusetts Miracle, there are flickers of peril for the right. I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but like Paul Revere’s midnight message, consider this warning “a cry of defiance, and not of fear.”

Brent Bozell | January 22, 2010

When the cable network VH1 planned a news special called "The New Virginity," an abstinence backer might have felt optimistic that teenagers and young adults were going to get a refreshing jolt of publicity about the option of premarital celibacy.

Jonah Goldberg | January 22, 2010

Denial, arrogance and self-pity are ingredients for a pretty toxic cocktail. And yet it seems that the occupants of the White House bunker, shell-shocked by Scott Brown, are coping by mixing all three with a little Kool-Aid.

David Limbaugh | January 22, 2010

Reading excerpts of President Barack Obama's interview with ABC's George Stephanopoulos underscores how tone-deaf and self-absorbed Obama is -- and that his tone-deafness is a function of his self-absorption and rigid ideology.

Oliver North | January 22, 2010

"We are at war." So said the 44th president of the United States on Jan. 7. Those four words, a profound statement of the obvious, were uttered belatedly as our commander in chief transitioned from tropical sunsets on his "Hawaiian holiday" to klieg lights at the White House in the aftermath of the Christmas Day "near-miss" terror attack.

Pat Buchanan | January 22, 2010

If Republicans will study the returns from Massachusetts, then review the returns from Virginia and New Jersey, light will fall upon the path to victory over Barack Obama in 2012.

Suzanne Fields | January 22, 2010

Scott Brown arrives in Washington driving his famous truck, and he looks like a million dollars -- Jimmy Stewart playing Mr. Smith. President Obama polishes his State of the Union Address and suddenly he's looking discounted to more like a few thousand dollars. The two events are not unrelated.

Michael Gerson | January 22, 2010

If Tuesday had been a national election, Scott Brown's victory merely would have been the high-water mark of a Republican deluge. A five-point win in Massachusetts would have translated into blowout Republican victories throughout the country.

Linda Chavez | January 22, 2010

President Obama needs to give a few more speeches, maybe get his face on TV more often, give a few more interviews to friendly journalists and everything will be all right, despite Democrats' stunning defeat in the Massachusetts Senate race this week.

Charles Krauthammer | January 22, 2010

On Jan. 14, five days before the Massachusetts special election, President Obama was in full bring-it-on mode as he rallied House Democrats behind his health care reform.

John Boehner | January 22, 2010

Over the last few months, the Administration has signaled that it will not only bring 9/11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and his co-conspirators to New York City for trial in civilian federal court - rather than continuing their military tribunals at Guantanamo Bay - but it is also proposing to house Guantanamo terrorists at a prison in Illinois.

Thu, Jan 21, 2010

Larry Kudlow | January 21, 2010

Sen. Scott Brown's epic victory in Massachusetts on Tuesday night dealt a crushing blow to Obamacare, cap-and-trade, card check (and other union favors) and, most importantly, all the tax hikes that are lingering on the table. But does Washington really understand the Scott Brown message?

Donald Lambro | January 21, 2010

The day after Republican Scott Brown's decisive win in Massachusetts, President Obama and the Democrats were still trying to get a grip on reality about his unpopular healthcare bill.

Diana West | January 21, 2010

"Do you believe in 'radical Islam'?" the famous Dutch parliamentarian Geert Wilders once asked me.

Paul Kengor | January 21, 2010

Given the somber anniversary of Roe v. Wade—source of 40 million abortions since 1973—I thought I’d share an excellent but forgotten speech by President Ronald Reagan.

Floyd and Mary Beth Brown | January 21, 2010

During the War for Independence from the British rule, Massachusetts led the colonies. Tuesday night, with the victory of Republican Scott Brown, the revolutionary fires of Boston were reignited; the message is as clear Paul Revere's.

Mario Diaz | January 21, 2010

Most reasonable people can understand why President Obama felt extremely confident after his victory just a year ago. No one can dispute that he defied enormous odds to become the 44th President of the United States. But the arrogance permeating throughout his entire Administration — from the President down — has really taken everyone by surprise.

Matt Barber | January 21, 2010

So much for that whole “hopey-changey” thing; cute while it lasted, but the American people – like Bernie Madoff investors – now realize they’ve been duped. “Change” for the mere sake of change is simply chump change.

Humberto Fontova | January 21, 2010

Che Guevara is celebrated as a “revolutionary” by the Left and the uninformed masses. But the truth is that he was a brutal killer and tyrant with a fetish for death and destruction—especially of the innocent.

Armstrong Williams | January 21, 2010

Nonunion workers of America unite and defeat health care reform legislation before you are screwed.

Cliff May | January 21, 2010

In 2001, the monumental 6th century Buddhas of Bamiyan were dynamited on orders from Taliban leader Mullah Mohammed Omar. The United States and other Western governments issued protests. Afghanistan's Islamist rulers shrugged them off.

Hugh Hewitt | January 21, 2010

The extraordinary suffering of the people in Haiti dwarfs any political story, even the single most significant non-presidential election of my lifetime and the most surprising one period, which is how I describe Scott Brown's triumph in Massachusetts on Tuesday.

Thomas Sowell | January 21, 2010

If the Republicans think that they are simply "due" to start winning elections, perhaps buoyed by the recent polls showing the public turning against Democrats in general and the Obama administration in particular, then they may neglect to do the things they need to do if they are to turn their hopes into realities.

Jackie Gingrich Cushman | January 21, 2010

You'd have to be eligible for Social Security to remember the last time a Republican sat in the Senate seat made vacant last year when Ted Kennedy died. Scott Brown is the first Republican to win the seat since Henry Cabot Lodge Jr. won it in 1946.

Victor Davis Hanson | January 21, 2010

Like Plato's all-knowing elite, Obama seems to feel that those he deems less informed will "suddenly" learn to appreciate his benevolent guidance once these laws are pushed through.

Michael Barone | January 21, 2010

The final percentages aren't in as this is written, but it's plain that Republican Scott Brown defeated Democrat Martha Coakley by a substantial margin in the race for the remainder of the late Edward Kennedy's Senate term.

Larry Elder | January 21, 2010

On Tuesday, Jan. 19, 2010, Brown defeated Coakley by 5 points. This astonishing Republican win in Massachusetts is a flat-out repudiation of President Barack Obama.

Mike Adams | January 21, 2010

I work with a number of anti-Christian bigots at UNC-Wilmington. But few are as angry and irrational as Gary Faulkner – a leftist “non-theist” who shows (publicly) why sociologists are considered by so few people to be legitimate scientists.

Mona Charen | January 21, 2010

You cannot lead solely by following election returns. But some members of the Democratic Party are now testing the proposition that you can ignore them.

Ken Blackwell | January 21, 2010

I don’t know what Scott Brown’s religion is. Seven weeks ago, I didn’t know anything at all about Scott Brown. But his amazing victory in yesterday’s special election for the U.S. Senate was about as unlikely as a Protestant being elected Pope.

Cal Thomas | January 21, 2010

In his first comment following Scott Brown's stunning victory in the Massachusetts special election to fill the seat of the late Sen. Edward Kennedy, President Obama told the losing candidate, Martha Coakley, "you can't win them all."

Debra J. Saunders | January 21, 2010

There are two ways to look at Republican Scott Brown's pivotal victory in the Senate race to represent Massachusetts.

Emmett Tyrrell | January 21, 2010

With Scott Brown's election to the senatorial seat held by Edward Kennedy for 47 years, a few things are suddenly clear. Americans in large numbers fear a further government encroachment on our private health care system. There are other means of reforming it.

Steve Chapman | January 21, 2010

The nice thing about elections is that they give you a choice not only of people but of policies. In the 2008 primaries, for instance, Hillary Clinton offered a health care plan that required everyone to get insurance, while Barack Obama’s blueprint had no such mandate.

Howard Rich | January 21, 2010

It’s been a time of Tea parties throughout America, but did anyone really believe that the limited government movement that’s sweeping across the country would arrive at the site of the original Tea party so soon?

Ami Horowitz | January 21, 2010

When I received the call from Raul Niño Zambrano from the International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam (known internationally as IDFA) asking us if we would screen our film U.N. Me in the competition, I was unsure how to receive this news. You see, this is my first film and I haven't really been involved in the documentary community until recently.

Ross Mackenzie | January 21, 2010

Who could have imagined a month ago, when polls had Martha Coakley leading Scott Brown by more than 20 points, that a massive earthquake was in store not only in Haiti -- but also in Massachusetts?

Wed, Jan 20, 2010

Michael Reagan | January 20, 2010

On Tuesday, the voters of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts sent an incredibly powerful message to the Democrats in Washington that their out-of-control spending and efforts to rush through healthcare legislation will not be tolerated by the electorate.

Ann Coulter | January 20, 2010

Once again, the people have spoken, and this time they quoted what Dick Cheney said to Pat Leahy. Now, merely one year of Obama and a Democratic Congress has given us the first Republican senator from Massachusetts in 31 years.

Bill Murchison | January 20, 2010

"Understand what's at stake here, Massachusetts," said Barack Obama, campaigning last Sunday for fellow Democratic senatorial aspirant Martha Coakley. "It's whether we're going forwards or backwards."

Ben Shapiro | January 20, 2010

On Nov. 4, 2008, America bought into a grand vision. That vision promised a unified America, brought together by racial content, defined by renewed optimism and hewn together by pragmatic policymaking.

Marvin Olasky | January 20, 2010

Some pundits say that at this near-midnight hour in the healthcare debate we need a Jefferson Smith, the fictional filibusterer played by Jimmy Stewart in Mr. Smith Goes to Washington. Right movie, wrong character, since Senate rules do not allow such filibusters anymore.

Laura Hollis | January 20, 2010

The election of Scott Brown on January 19th is truly a remarkable moment in American politics. But unlike some, I was not surprised. Too many political pundits seem not to understand Americans. (And yes, even Massachusetts voters are Americans.)

Rich Galen | January 20, 2010

I am writing this at about two AM, Ukraine time, awaiting the results of the Senate election in Massachusetts between Democrat Martha Coakley and Republican Scott Brown. The result is important on the technical point of whether Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid will have 60 votes to block a filibuster for the rest of this year.

Paul Greenberg | January 20, 2010

Those folks in Massachusetts have a way of starting revolutions, and they're still at it. The Spirit of '76 seemed to morph into a new Spirit of '10 Tuesday night as an obscure state senator up there prepared to become a U.S. one. And, at least for 24 hours, the very emblem of American independence.

Congressman Peter Roskam | January 20, 2010

As Democrats reconcile health care behind closed doors, negotiations have taken a particularly cynical and destructive turn. President Obama and Pelosi Democrats made concrete promises to the American people that they cannot keep.

Donald Lambro | January 20, 2010

Once again, President Obama accused the big banks last week of selfishness and greed, as his advisers were dishing out fictitious jobs numbers in a desperate attempt to distract our attention from his failed economic policies.

Tony Blankley | January 20, 2010

As a general rule, diagnosis should precede treatment. But last week, we saw in both the legislative and executive branches examples of the "treatment before diagnosis" mentality.

David Harsanyi | January 20, 2010

Generally speaking, would you favor smaller government with fewer services or larger government with more services?

Robert Knight | January 20, 2010

Now that the big drama is over, and Massachusetts Republican Scott Brown has taken what was for four decades Ted Kennedy’s U.S. Senate seat, Americans can sit back and watch more high drama.

George Will | January 20, 2010

If the Democrats' congressional leaders are determined to continue their kamikaze flight to incineration, they will ignore Massachusetts' redundant evidence of public disgust. They will leaven their strategy of briberies with procedural cynicism.

Michael Tanner | January 20, 2010

Scott Brown’s stunning upset in the Massachusetts special election may have done what the best policy arguments could not – defeat the Democrats' plans for a massive government takeover of the U.S. health care system.

Thomas Sowell | January 20, 2010

Some people say that there is no real difference between Republicans and Democrats.

Michelle Malkin | January 20, 2010

By early afternoon on Tuesday, several hours before the polls closed on the special Senate election in Massachusetts, the Democrats had already thrown in the towel and started throwing punches. At each other.

John Stossel | January 20, 2010

When you gas up your car, do you think that you're doing something evil? After all, I'm told that burning gasoline helps "murder the Earth," not to mention fills the coffers of terrorists and despots.

Walter E. Williams | January 20, 2010

Some expect Haiti's 7.0 earthquake death toll to reach over 200,000 lives. Why the high death toll? As tragic as the Haitian calamity is, it is merely symptomatic of a far deeper tragedy that's completely ignored, namely self-inflicted poverty.

Brent Bozell | January 20, 2010

By the time the networks arrived with just a handful of days remaining, Martha Coakley, the Democrat, had fairly well sunk, and there was nothing more to do than the tiresome "bad candidate, not faulty ideology" spin control.

Jonah Goldberg | January 20, 2010

The images from Haiti are, if anything, only getting worse. What was left of an already fragile society is starting to break down, as violence and chaos take over.

Mike Adams | January 20, 2010

Christianity ended slavery and it ended segregation. It is even powerful enough to end feminist anger and reverse the decline in female happiness.

Michael Medved | January 20, 2010

Even if the GOP challenger falls short in his bid to bring off one of the most significant political miracles of recent years, the unexpectedly close nature of the race in the Bay State conveys important messages to all Americans who care about the nation’s political future.

Dick Morris and Eileen McGann | January 20, 2010

Scott Brown has won Ted Kennedy's old Senate seat, which means any Republican can win at any time in any place. Such are the fortunes to which the Democratic Party has fallen under the ministrations of President Barack Obama.

Michael Gerson | January 20, 2010

Martinsville, Virginia, is a good candidate for Anywhere, USA. There is bingo at the Elk's Lodge every Monday night. Bowling is a blood sport. But Martinsville also has an unwanted distinction -- a 20 percent unemployment rate, the highest in Virginia. And from this town I learned: It is not easy to make a living while a way of life collapses around you.

Terry Jeffrey | January 20, 2010

A great cultural and political battle is underway in America between people who want government to take care of them and people who want to take care of themselves.

Austin Bay | January 20, 2010

The game hit the Internet on July 25, 2007. With a title reminiscent of a Bruce Lee epic or -- a much more dangerous allusion for Beijing bureaucrats schooled in tumultuous history -- an echo of "Outlaws of the Marsh" (tales of 12th century Chinese Robin Hoods), "Incorruptible Fighter" riveted Chinese cyber-audiences who had an angry yen (or a yuan) for tarring, feathering and then executing corrupt government officials.

Ed Feulner | January 20, 2010

Suppose you made 10 trips to the ATM, but three of those times it was out of order. Or if, in 10 visits to a fast-food place, the milkshake machine was broken three times.

Jacob Sullum | January 20, 2010

President Obama's proposed tax on especially expensive medical benefits, which he last week agreed to modify in response to complaints from labor unions, breaks at least three of his promises. It still may be the best aspect of a health care plan that otherwise does little to control costs, ostensibly one of Obama's main goals.

Marybeth Hicks | January 20, 2010

The television hanging above my head in the waiting room airs an episode of the syndicated talk show “The Doctors.” The topic? Sex.

Tue, Jan 19, 2010

Donald Lambro | January 19, 2010

Once again, President Obama accused the big banks last week of selfishness and greed, as his advisers were dishing out fictitious jobs numbers in a desperate attempt to distract our attention from his failed economic policies.

Jillian Bandes | January 19, 2010

Republican Scott Brown has won the Massachusetts special Senate election. Early returns showed an 53 percent lead for the low-key Republican, with Democrat Martha Coakley falling behind at 46 percent.

Chuck Norris | January 19, 2010

While White House press secretary Robert Gibbs was announcing Friday all that the present administration was doing to save lives in Haiti, he reported that President Barack Obama was meeting with both the House and Senate Democrats to resolve how they could provide federal funds via Obamacare to terminate more American lives in the womb.

John Hawkins | January 19, 2010

Barack Obama's first year in office was one long string of gaffes, foreign policy blunders, and domestic disasters strung together in a long, terrible line.

Mike Adams | January 19, 2010

You and I have something in common. Whether you are black or white, male or female, gay or straight, Mike Adams fan or unhinged lunatic we still have something in common: We are little more than the sum total of the choices we have made.

David Limbaugh | January 19, 2010

This past Sunday marked the first time President Barack Obama graced a Washington, D.C., church with his presence since Oct. 11, but apparently it was not to sit in a pew and worship. Instead, he was doing the sermonizing and politicking -- gloriously intermingling church and state as only liberals are allowed to do in this country.

Mona Charen | January 19, 2010

Oh, how different the world would look if Martha Coakley were a Republican! If a Republican candidate in such a high-profile contest put out campaign literature that misspelled the name of her state, it would be worth, let's see, mentions on every Sunday gabfest and two, maybe three, jokes on the late-night shows. Dan Quayle's misspelling is the stuff of legend. Coakley's? Not so much.

Cal Thomas | January 19, 2010

After several weeks of heavy snow and sub-freezing temperatures, the sun came out and the snow began to melt in Richmond last Saturday for the inauguration of Republican Bob McDonnell as Virginia's new governor.

Dennis Prager | January 19, 2010

Every society has to answer a few basic questions in order to succeed and even in order to survive. One of them is, "How do we make good men?"

Pat Buchanan | January 19, 2010

Whether or not Republican Scott Brown captures the Senate seat in Massachusetts today, his surging and successful campaign is a fire bell in the night for the Party of Government.

Phyllis Schlafly | January 19, 2010

Let me share with you an interesting article from The Washington Post about the teacher of an all-black class in a high school in Alexandria, Va., who expressed his frustration at how poorly the students were performing.

Thomas Sowell | January 19, 2010

After the Republicans went from being the dominant party, at both the state and national levels, just a few years ago, and got clobbered at the polls by the Democrats two elections in a row, some people think the Republicans are "due" to make a comeback in this fall's elections.

Mon, Jan 18, 2010

Sally C. Pipes | January 18, 2010

As the New Year unfolds and congressional Democrats meet with the President behind closed doors trying to reconcile the differences between the House and Senate versions, they also appear to have lost a good deal of the optimism they had just a few weeks ago about health reform's prospects.

Richard Olivastro | January 18, 2010

Who wins Tuesday’s special election to serve out the remaining U.S. Senate term of the late Ted Kennedy is important to every American. That person will be every citizen’s 3rd U.S. Senator in Washington.

Armstrong Williams | January 18, 2010

Nonunion workers of America unite and defeat health care reform legislation before you are screwed.

Rob Schwarzwalder | January 18, 2010

A Google search of the phrase “drum circle” comes up with some interesting entries. It’s linked to such things as “occult meet-ups,” “PaganSpace” and “New Age Connections.” “Drumming” is an occult practice used in pagan rituals.

Michael Fumento | January 18, 2010

That's right: The great American swine flu epidemic - which led to two proclaimed national emergencies and thousands of spooky news stories - has ended with a whimper.

Joseph C. Phillips | January 18, 2010

Harry Reid is not racist and Republican calls for his resignation are misguided. There I said it.

Ashley Herzog | January 18, 2010

Martha Coakley is a crank. If this were the year 1692 in Massachusetts, the Democrat Senate candidate would fit in perfectly with Puritan hysterics accusing innocent women of witchcraft.

Harry R. Jackson, Jr. | January 18, 2010

Transforming America’s racial and cultural dynamics is a lot like running a marathon. The only major differences are time and course.

Matt Barber | January 18, 2010

Kyle and Christina – casual acquaintances fresh out of college – are interviewing for the same job. It's a position each desperately wants and needs, so competition is intense.

Floyd and Mary Beth Brown | January 18, 2010

The one-year anniversary of the inauguration of Barack Obama is upon us. After only 12 months he is struggling for political survival. The cause is his economic policies.

Mike Adams | January 18, 2010

You certainly came to the right place for advice.

Douglas MacKinnon | January 18, 2010

Sadly for the good people of the Bay State and for all those who care about transparency in the election process, Massachusetts could easily wrest the crown of corruption off the head of the Chicago Democratic machine.

Star Parker | January 18, 2010

Again, this January 22, hundreds of thousands of pro-life Americans will converge on Washington for the March for Life. The March has taken place every year since 1974 to protest the Supreme Court's Roe v. Wade decision on January 22, 1973, which legalized abortion.

Terry Paulson | January 18, 2010

Do you think America needs a vibrant economy with a private sector that can compete in today’s global economy or a bigger government that has to take more from citizens to feed its expanding entitlements? It’s time for choices, because America’s wakeup call is just beginning.

Michael Barone | January 18, 2010

Year One of the Obama administration ends Wednesday. Another era may come to an end the day before, when Massachusetts voters -- or at least those of them motivated enough to vote -- choose a senator to fill the three years remaining in the term of Edward Kennedy, who held the seat for 47 years.

Bruce Bialosky | January 18, 2010

On Wednesday, Barack Obama will have completed his first year as our President. In almost every regard, his actions and the actions of his administration have been disastrous for the long-term future of this country.

Jillian Bandes | January 18, 2010

Here are ten things you should know about Democrat Martha Coakley going into Tuesday’s Massachusetts Senate election.

Allen Hunt | January 18, 2010

Scott Roeder, meet Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Perhaps the two of you have never met.

Katie Gage | January 18, 2010

As Congress shifts its attention to the economy and a jobs bill, Richard Trumka, the new and controversial president of American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO), the largest federation of unions in the United States and Canada, wants a piece of the action and is set to push his job-killing agenda, which is harmful to workers.

Byron York | January 18, 2010

When Republicans discuss party Chairman Michael Steele, it often comes down to a conversation about Good Michael versus Bad Michael.

Ken Blackwell | January 18, 2010

It is hard to know which one of 500,000 names on a “watch list” will be the one who makes a move to kill thousands of Americans.

Cheryl Felicia Rhoads | January 18, 2010

In the past few days, I have been thrilled to see the groundswell of excitement in Massachusetts over the senatorial candidacy of Scott P. Brown.

Sun, Jan 17, 2010

David Stokes | January 17, 2010

Here we go again. While the world watches unspeakable horror unfolding in the wake of the beyond-words tragedy in Haiti, and as millions of people sift through the rumble searching for their loved ones and lives, the predictable idiocy of self-anointed neo-prophets is ever present to tell us exactly why God “did” this.

Austin Hill | January 17, 2010

“…I only care about the moral issues…” Have you ever heard this line before? I heard it repeatedly on my radio talk show during the 2008 election cycle.

Debra J. Saunders | January 17, 2010

Former U.S. Rep. Tom Campbell announced Thursday that he is dropping out of the California GOP gubernatorial primary and instead will run against Democratic Sen. Barbara Boxer.

Ken Connor | January 17, 2010

Less than a month ago, on December 19, 2009, all eyes in Washington were fixed on one man: Senator Ben Nelson, Democrat from Nebraska.

George Will | January 17, 2010

You know the foreboding you feel while watching the steamier Greek tragedies, when dynasties are falling and sons are marrying their mothers and everyone is behaving badly and you are thinking: Really, things cannot continue like this.

Kevin McCullough | January 17, 2010

In a simple display of misguidedness Ted Olson, fellow Fox News Contributor Margaret Hoover, and the "American Foundation for 'Equal' Rights'" are wrong in the assumption that all three argue in stating that California's Proposition 8 is unconstitutional.

Salena Zito | January 17, 2010

Wise strategists on both sides of the political aisle know they need look no further than U.S. House races in Pennsylvania to gauge the country’s political temperature.

Paul Jacob | January 17, 2010

The end is in sight. But in this end is there anything other than an old beginning?