Sat, Sep 25, 2010

Doug Giles | September 25, 2010

Herewith are the raisons d'être of why I cannot decry señor Hussein.

Humberto Fontova | September 25, 2010

The MSM regularly hosts "cuba experts" who endorse communist terrorism.

Brian Walsh | September 25, 2010

Indiana’s Second Congressional District may be best known as the home of the University of Notre Dame, but this fall it will be host to one of the most hotly contested Congressional races in the country.

Dick Morris and Eileen McGann | September 25, 2010

Everything may change in 2010 in the Empire State. From a blue state bystander, New York may emerge as the epicenter of a political earthquake.

Fri, Sep 24, 2010

Brian Walsh | September 24, 2010

With the political climate shifting to the GOP’s favor, we have a clear shot at victory in South Carolina’s Fifth Congressional District.

Mario Diaz | September 24, 2010

Much has been written trying to figure out if President Obama left out our Creator in the Declaration of Independence deliberately.

Chuck Colson | September 24, 2010

Before the Johnson Amendment, churches had a strong and vibrant voice in our political and cultural discourse. Their speech was not muzzled.

Rich Galen | September 24, 2010

Republican leader John Boehner (R-Oh) and his Republican House colleagues released their "Pledge to America" yesterday.

Brian Walsh | September 24, 2010

Today marks 39 days until Election Day. We have just 39 days to win at least 39 seats, retire Nancy Pelosi and to begin to put our nation back on track.

Suzanne Fields | September 24, 2010

Women comprise a slight majority at the tea parties, but that's because they've learned the importance of the issues within a family context of budgets and children.

Mona Charen | September 24, 2010

By declining to act decisively on Afghanistan, he is blundering into Johnson territory.

David Limbaugh | September 24, 2010

This pledge is their acknowledgment that the GOP has heard the grass roots, too.

Linda Chavez | September 24, 2010

Rep. Loretta Sanchez seems to believe her ethnicity entitles her to keep her congressional seat this election.

Michelle Malkin | September 24, 2010

Like millions of Americans, Delaware Republican Senate nominee Christine O'Donnell has had trouble covering her mortgage and other bills over the years. Her opponents consider this a scandal of disqualifying proportions.

Brent Bozell | September 24, 2010

The sexual revolution always seems to have another frontier. Indeed, the very idea of a "revolution" would be negated were there no frontiers to conquer.

Jonah Goldberg | September 24, 2010

On the political gimmickry scale, the GOP's new "Pledge to America" is worse than some, better than others.

Ken Blackwell | September 24, 2010

Fritz Mondale has weighed in. Jimmy Carter’s Vice President has surely not helped President Obama.

Oliver North | September 24, 2010

KABUL, Afghanistan -- Last week, our "War Stories" team was on the U.S.-Mexico border documenting the tidal wave of violence and illegal activity on America's "southern front."

Pat Buchanan | September 24, 2010

If you would understand why America has lost the dynamism she had in the 1950s and 1960s, consider the new Paycheck Fairness Act passed by the House 256 to 162.

Michael Gerson | September 24, 2010

WASHINGTON -- What is most disturbing about the coverage of Bob Woodward's "Obama's Wars" is not the juicy bits of conflict and infighting; it is the fact that the White House seems pleased with the image of President Obama that emerges.

Jillian Bandes | September 24, 2010

The West Virginia Senate race was blown wide-open by a new poll that put Republican John Raese’ ahead of Democratic Governor Joe Manchin, 46% to 43%.

Diana West | September 24, 2010

"In a mock Afghan village on the Quantico Marine base," the Washington Post reports, "Sloan Mann, a military contractor, guided several Marines into a sweltering concrete room.

Donald Lambro | September 24, 2010

WASHINGTON -- The 2010 midterm campaign push is turning into one of those rare wave elections where the outcome is taking shape long before the votes are cast.

Dan Gainor | September 24, 2010

Media respond to Obama's call for 'soldiers' with more bashing of tea parties.

Hadley Heath | September 24, 2010

President Obama recently proposed $50 billion in spending on infrastructure projects.

Thu, Sep 23, 2010

Paul Greenberg | September 23, 2010

Dear Movie Fan....

Michael Barone | September 23, 2010

Coming out of the election, Republicans are likely to be far ahead in governorships.

Doug Schoen and Bill McInturff | September 23, 2010

There has been much talk in Washington lately about what small business wants, how small business thinks and what needs to be done to stimulate the one sector of the U.S. economy responsible for so much new job creation.

Dan Kennedy | September 23, 2010

Real economics makes monkeys of Obama's assumptions.

Cliff May | September 23, 2010

At an off-the-record gathering of foreign policy mandarins and opinion mongers recently, the former head of an allied nation said he was advising President Obama to push as hard as possible for a speedy settlement of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict.

Larry Kudlow | September 23, 2010

Fed head Ben Bernanke and the FOMC dropped a new policy bomb at their meeting this week. Now they say inflation is too low. Fed head Ben Bernanke and the FOMC dropped a new policy bomb at their meeting this week. Now they say inflation is too low.

Cal Thomas | September 23, 2010

A proposed new rule by the U.S. Department of Education "would place private colleges and universities under the ultimate control of state government," according to one institute.

David Stokes | September 23, 2010

It was this speech that signaled the beginning of our ever-since fascination with the television.

Hugh Hewitt | September 23, 2010

Lost among the coverage given to the exchange between the president and Velma Hart was this stunner from the president...

Guy Benson | September 23, 2010

Author and columnist David Limbaugh’s latest offering Crimes Against Liberty: An Indictment of President Barack Obama offers a comprehensive and damning critique of the Obama Administration’s ongoing Left-wing romp through American politics.

Jackie Gingrich Cushman | September 23, 2010

President Abraham Lincoln fought to keep the union together, then fought to end slavery. We value unity and equality.

Victor Davis Hanson | September 23, 2010

The public is seldom told that 1 percent of taxpayers pay 40 percent of the income taxes collected.

Brent Bozell | September 23, 2010

Jimmy Carter is out with his 26th book, so that means he is on his 26th round of slavish liberal-media interviews hailing him as a genius and a peacemaker.

Larry Elder | September 23, 2010

What happens when an Australian Muslim cleric calls for the beheading of a Dutch politician?

Debra J. Saunders | September 23, 2010

The Democratic Party has become the entrenched self-preservation party. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid is its Pied Piper.

Matt Towery | September 23, 2010

Is Obama throwing Pelosi and Reid under the bus? Yes, this column is a real exercise in cynicism.

Steve Chapman | September 23, 2010

No one spends money like the federal government. This year alone, it will shovel out $3.7 trillion, which works out to $7 million a minute.

Emmett Tyrrell | September 23, 2010

Christine O'Donnell, the tea party-supported Republican candidate for U.S. Senate in Delaware, has no secrets.

Ross Mackenzie | September 23, 2010

The MSM is reduced to haranguing teapartiers charging forward in the political vanguard and sealing the end of an era.

Wed, Sep 22, 2010

Ann Coulter | September 22, 2010

Washington elites' heads exploded when Christine O'Donnell won the Republican Senate primary in Delaware last week. Luckily they were all reading The New York Times' op-ed page at the time, so the mess their exploding heads created was minimal.

Michael Reagan | September 22, 2010

In his recent town-hall appearance, President Obama sought to pin the blame for the nation's economic troubles on the so-called Bush tax cuts enacted in 2001 and 2003.

Michael Medved | September 22, 2010

All week I’ve been haunted –possessed, really– by an eighty-year-old song I can’t put out of my mind.

Humberto Fontova | September 22, 2010

Several celebrities have joined with Castro's propaganda ministry....

Jonah Goldberg | September 22, 2010

Among the Republican leadership or the "conservative establishment," you will not find a single full-throated critic of the tea parties.

Thomas Sowell | September 22, 2010

For more than 200 years, the political left has been coming up with reasons why criminals should not be punished as much, or at all.

Michelle Malkin | September 22, 2010

The White House believes it can win back depressed and economically stressed voters by turning President Obama into the storyteller-in-chief again.

John Stossel | September 22, 2010

For most of the life of America, and when it grew fastest, government spent just a few hundred dollars per person.

Walter E. Williams | September 22, 2010

People always act surprised by revelations of political corruption but the Philadelphia Housing Authority corruption is highly probably in nonprofit entities such as government.

Brent Bozell | September 22, 2010

Jimmy Carter is out with his 26th book, so that means he is on his 26th round of slavish liberal-media interviews hailing him as a genius and a peacemaker.

Tony Blankley | September 22, 2010

Entitlement reform has become a leading issue in this year's Republican primaries.

Caroline Glick | September 22, 2010

You have to hand it to Turkey's Islamist leaders. They sure know how to get their way.

Michael Gerson | September 22, 2010

While it is great, tempting fun to write about tea party excess -- when, since Cotton Mather was young, has witchcraft been so relevant to the national debate?

Dick Morris and Eileen McGann | September 22, 2010

The MSNBC cameras unwittingly -- and probably unwillingly -- captured a Joe the Plumber moment during Monday's town hall meeting called by President Obama to discuss the economy.

Terry Jeffrey | September 22, 2010

The liberal Democrats of just 50 years ago would never have imagined, let alone embraced as a kindred spirit, the type of politician we are supposed to accept as a "moderate" Republican today.

Ben Shapiro | September 22, 2010

In writing my weekly column, I often get a lot of flack for being so pro-Republican.

David Harsanyi | September 22, 2010

Yes, the economy is in atrocious shape. Yes, what's happening has terrible real-life consequences for millions.

Austin Bay | September 22, 2010

Al-Qaida has always been a propaganda power. Its dark genius has been to connect the Muslim world's angry, humiliated and isolated young men with a utopian fantasy preaching the virtue of violence.

Harry R. Jackson, Jr. | September 22, 2010

What the Congressional Black Caucus really stands for...

Paul Greenberg | September 22, 2010

The office is a kind of second family for those of us who work in one, with just as wide a range of characters.

Donald Lambro | September 22, 2010

President Obama has a real problem with wealth and people who have it.

Jacob Sullum | September 22, 2010

As Democrats head for what promises to be a midterm election fiasco of historic proportions, a pre-emptive excuse has begun to circulate: It's all because of Citizens United.

Carrie Schwab Pomerantz | September 22, 2010

Dear Carrie: If you max out your 401(k) and make over $176,000, can you contribute the $6,000 limit into a Roth or traditional IRA with after-tax funds?

Marybeth Hicks | September 22, 2010

It says something — draw your own conclusions — when the president’s attendance at church makes national headlines.

Larry Kudlow | September 22, 2010

Fed head Ben Bernanke and the FOMC dropped a new policy bomb at their meeting this week.

Brian Walsh | September 21, 2010

Despite its right-leaning tendencies, New York's 19th congressional district is represented by ultra-liberal Democrat John Hall.

Thomas Sowell | September 21, 2010

Few things have captured in microcosm what has gone so painfully wrong, where racial issues are concerned, like the recent election for mayor of Washington, D.C.

Chuck Norris | September 21, 2010

The surprise victory of Christine O'Donnell in Delaware's U.S. Senate primary confirms what we've suspected all year: This year's critical midterm elections are going to bring real change to Congress.

John Hawkins | September 21, 2010

There are plenty of old school Republicans who don't hate the Tea Party movement -- they simply don't understand it.

Mike Adams | September 21, 2010

I used to like Mike McIntyre. For a Democrat, he really wasn’t that bad – at least not for the first few terms of office. Not only was he consistently pro-life but he also put a copy of the Ten Commandments on his office wall – this is a big deal for a Democrat, mind you. But, recently, McIntyre has forgotten the meaning of the Ninth Commandment.

David Limbaugh | September 21, 2010

My immediate response to liberals who emerge from their Ouija boards to denounce Christine O'Donnell as a one-time dabbler in witchcraft is: At this point in our history, I'd vote for Elmira Gulch before I'd vote for another statist masquerading as a Republican.

Mona Charen | September 21, 2010

Democrats chose to indulge their spending spree just when Americans were sobering up about past overspending in their private lives.

Ken Blackwell | September 21, 2010

Gen. Powell still considers himself a Republican. He says Obama must provide a “razor blade” focus on the economy, on bringing down the 9.6% unemployment rate.

Cal Thomas | September 21, 2010

The Tea Party Express roared through several primary elections last Tuesday, shaking the foundations of the Republican and media establishments.

Pat Buchanan | September 21, 2010

In Washington Mayor Adrian Fenty's political obit, it was said, he devoted too much time and gave too many appointments to non-blacks in a rapidly gentrifying city where black folks are still the majority.

Debra J. Saunders | September 21, 2010

California voters are looking for two things -- a strong economy and a stable government. The new governor can start by working on a solid budget.

Phyllis Schlafly | September 21, 2010

New York City's billionaire mayor, Michael Bloomberg, has decided he wants to be a political kingmaker, using his own deep pockets plus his rich friends.

Paul Driessen | September 21, 2010

It may be useful to address some basic issues, before going further down the road to Renewable Utopia.

Ed Feulner | September 21, 2010

Did you know the White House has gone so far as to put Arizona “on report”to the United Nations?

Rebecca Hagelin | September 21, 2010

Children and teens who lack religious connections today will be the spiritually indifferent adults of tomorrow.

Bill Murchison | September 21, 2010

Assuming, no doubt, our anxious world could use a good laugh, Stephen Hawking undertakes to provide one. He says the universe created itself.

Joel Mowbray | September 21, 2010

In Israel, politics is the national pastime. Israelis follow politics the same way certain New Yorkers absorb every statistic, past and present, about the Yankees.

Mon, Sep 20, 2010

Byron York | September 20, 2010

Imagine for a moment that Republicans were not consumed with the various faults of the party's newly chosen Delaware Senate candidate, Christine O'Donnell.

Paul Greenberg | September 20, 2010

It had to happen. At a time when we've seen the birth of Government Motors and even Government Hedge Fund, aka AIG, it was only a matter of time before it was seriously proposed that we have a Government Press, too.

Peter Sprigg | September 20, 2010

Senators need to understand homosexual conduct, not free speech, is the issue.

Brian Walsh | September 20, 2010

Wisconsin has been on a different political trend than the rest of its fellow Great Lake states recently—its more conservative voters are concentrated in the suburban areas, while its more rural parts tend to vote Democratic.

Allen Hunt | September 20, 2010

Caroline Glick | September 20, 2010

The current flurry of diplomatic activity with regard to Israel and Palestine is deeply disturbing.

Rich Galen | September 20, 2010

For those of you who may have missed the official Mullings bio (which is mostly true, by the way), Dr. Robert Hill, Professor Emeritus of Political Science at Marietta College, Marietta, Ohio 45750 once introduced me as "What you get when you get when you cross a political hack with a philosopher."

Scott Wheeler | September 20, 2010

Unfortunately, many elected Republicans see a wave of anxiety as their ticket to the reins of power.

Michael Barone | September 20, 2010

My subject today is the civil war raging in one of our great political parties, as highlighted in recent primary elections.

Star Parker | September 20, 2010

Those who dismiss or disparage Tea Party candidates as ideologues really miss the point of what is driving this movement.

Mike Adams | September 20, 2010

There are a couple of terms I need to stop using in my columns. One of those terms is “liberal” - most of the self-described liberals I write about in my columns are not tolerant enough to be called liberals.

Lurita Doan | September 20, 2010

Democrats in congress have become addicted to stimulus-type legislation as the cure to all ills.

Joseph C. Phillips | September 20, 2010

The absurdity of race continues to rear its ugly head and once again, the succubus appears in Mississippi.

Bruce Bialosky | September 20, 2010

You have to love these people who argue that border enforcement is counterproductive because it keeps illegal aliens from leaving the country.

Jillian Bandes | September 20, 2010

MLK, Glenn Beck, and racism: these themes are still echoing long after the conclusion of Beck's monumental rally on the anniversary of King's "I Have A Dream" speech last month.

Carol Platt Liebau | September 20, 2010

Left with no other plays in his book, President Obama has taken to personal attacks – seeking to tar as an elitist Republican Congressman John Boehner, who stands to become the Speaker of the House if Republicans succeed in winning a majority in November.

Frank Gaffney | September 20, 2010

The United States Senate is scheduled to vote Tuesday on a motion to proceed to debate on the annual defense authorization bill. Normally, such a step is a routine mechanical one.

Ben Cannatti and Ford O'Connell | September 20, 2010

Just ahead of redistricting, Republicans are in prime position to win the governor’s mansion and both chambers in the Pennsylvania General Assembly.

Carol Platt Liebau | September 20, 2010

Left with no other plays in his book, President Obama has taken to personal attacks

Sun, Sep 19, 2010

Salena Zito | September 19, 2010

Given the current political climate, it is almost as if the rest of the country has embraced its inner West Virginia.

James Allen | September 19, 2010

The Republican Party is in serious trouble if its leadership continues the habit of disparaging conservative tea-party candidates. This is one reason why I believe people have become disillusioned, left the Republican Party and are looking for a third party that represents their values, no matter how damaging this may be when it comes to defeating Democrats in the general election. November 2010 could be either a sweeping and historic conservative victory or a permanent and perhaps fatal blow to the Republican Party establishment.

Ken Connor | September 19, 2010

Austin Hill | September 19, 2010

The news of a threatened “Koran burning ceremony” to be held in Florida was being widely reported at the time, and a journalist had asked the Officer for comment.

Debra J. Saunders | September 19, 2010

About 40 percent of Americans have tried Mohammed. In March, the Partnership for a Drug- Free America reported that 38 percent of ninth- through 12th-graders studied in 2009 reported consuming marijuana in the past month.

Steve Chapman | September 19, 2010

Communism has been proclaimed dead more than once in the past couple of decades. But today, it's safe to say, it is really dead.

Paul Jacob | September 19, 2010

A 16-year-old idea comes back, new and improved.