Sat, Oct 02, 2010

Doug Giles | October 02, 2010

I thought the government wasn’t supposed to meddle with churches, especially in regard to pushing a particular policy?

Kathryn Lopez | October 02, 2010

"She's running the worst campaign in the country, and she could still win." That was James Carville talking about Nevada Republican Sharron Angle.

Paul Driessen | October 02, 2010

Here we are, long beholden to foreign powers for petroleum – and newly dependent on foreign powers for “green” energy.

Brian Walsh | October 02, 2010

For the past year-and-a-half, the good folks of Florida’s 8th Congressional District have been politically terrorized by Democrat Alan Grayson.

Carl Horowitz | October 02, 2010

Call it a paradox. The U.S. economy officially has been out of recession for 15 months. The stock market enjoyed a record-high September; durable goods orders are up; and consumer spending is growing.

Larry Kudlow | October 02, 2010

Am I the only one who saw weakness when President Obama and his departing chief of staff Rahm Emanuel gave each other big, fat, full-bore hug following their speeches at the resignation event in the White House’s East Room on Friday?

Fri, Oct 01, 2010

Rich Tucker | October 01, 2010

The reason Obama administration officials are running away from the stimulus because it’s fallen so far short of its promises.

Paul Greenberg | October 01, 2010

Ideology is a modern term (for ours is an age of ideology), and we even know just where, when and by whom it was first used.

Dan Gainor | October 01, 2010

Neil Young’s song “The Needle and the Damage Done” was written about heroin addiction, but it might as well have applied to the liberal crusade against science.

Karen Kerrigan | October 01, 2010

Letting the Bush tax cuts expire is only part of the problem for Democrats tax-wise this November.

Jonah Goldberg | October 01, 2010

Does anyone, anywhere, think legislators should vote for legislation they think is unconstitutional?

Sarah Longwell | October 01, 2010

Anyone who thinks teachers unions no longer affect elections is in for a rude awakening.

Guy Benson | October 01, 2010

Let's analyze the midterm election landscape within college football’s Big Ten conference—a region that may hold the key to potential Republican takeovers of the houses of Congress. Yesterday, we covered Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, and Michigan.

Michelle Malkin | October 01, 2010

Primetime liberal comedians have it made. All they need to do is spend a few hours with a politically correct minority and -- voila! -- they're transformed into instant congressional experts.

Brent Bozell | October 01, 2010

Don't read Newsweek magazine while drinking a beverage. A spit take is the obvious first reaction to a column by Julia Baird headlined "The Shame of Family Films." On the Internet, this article is coded as "Why Family Films Are So Sexist."

David Limbaugh | October 01, 2010

A couple of back-to-back statements by President Obama at a town hall rally in Des Moines, Iowa, tell us all we need to know about his economic philosophy and that we aren't going to climb out of his recession and begin to slow the growth of the national debt as long as he's calling the shots.

Mona Charen | October 01, 2010

Income inequality, we learn from the Census Bureau, has reached the highest level since data were first collected on the subject in 1967. Poverty has increased dramatically, with one of seven Americans now falling below the poverty threshold.

Ken Blackwell | October 01, 2010

Parents of the 216 students in Washington, D.C. who have seen Mr. Obama’s congressional cohorts gut the Opportunity Scholarship program must have found cold comfort from the President’s soothing words on NBC.

Oliver North | October 01, 2010

The mission: Take down an opium smuggler's compound before he could move his precious cargo across the nearby, increasingly tense Afghanistan-Pakistan border.

Pat Buchanan | October 01, 2010

"We're all on the same page until the polls close Nov. 2," Richard Viguerie, the longtime conservative strategist who has allied with the Tea Party, told The New York Times.

Suzanne Fields | October 01, 2010

Conservatives who love to hate moviemaker Oliver Stone, who has never found a particular reason to love America, won't find enough venom to abet their passion against him for his latest movie, "Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps."

Debra J. Saunders | October 01, 2010

"What did Meg Whitman know and when did she know it?" publicity hound attorney Gloria Allred asked Wednesday. It was a savvy close to a press conference at which client Nicandra Diaz-Santillan, who worked as a housekeeper for Whitman, alleged that Whitman knew that she was an illegal immigrant.

David Harsanyi | October 01, 2010

As a Jew, I'm often asked why my fellow tribesmen are so predictably left-wing.

Matt Towery | October 01, 2010

I must admit that I was taken aback when I recently watched an interview conducted by Christiane Amanpour, the new host of ABC-TV's "This Week," the long-running political talk show that airs on Sunday mornings.

Linda Chavez | October 01, 2010

Members of Congress have now returned home to try to save their own jobs, never mind helping the millions of Americans who have lost theirs.

Meredith Turney | October 01, 2010

There are very few political issues that can unite conservatives and liberals. The political polarization has reached such an intractable state that it seems the two sides will never agree on solutions for society’s pressing problems.

Brian Walsh | October 01, 2010

Throughout the country there are a number of Democrats who claim to be conservative enough to represent deeply Republican districts, and in North Carolina’s 7th, Mike McIntyre is definitely one of them. Don't be fooled.

Thu, Sep 30, 2010

Paul Kengor | September 30, 2010

Think about how critical dupes were to American communists: Communists were always a tiny minority in this country, even at the height of their party membership in the 1930s, which peaked at about 100,000 members.

Dan Kennedy | September 30, 2010

Regrettably, Obama is not as amivalent towards his war on the ambitious as he is to the war on terror.

J. T. Young | September 30, 2010

The biggest political potential for the GOP this November isn't in Washington.

Brian Walsh | September 30, 2010

Dina Titus rode the Democrat wave to victory in 2008, narrowly defeating Republican Jon Porter with just 47 percent of the vote. Titus is in for a rocky re-election.

Cliff May | September 30, 2010

Molly Norris is not as well known as Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf or Pastor Terry Jones. But you should know who she is -- even though she is no more.

Victor Davis Hanson | September 30, 2010

When America votes for a liberal candidate, it is redeemed by the left as intelligent -- and derided as dense when it does not.

Guy Benson | September 30, 2010

Will Republicans win back the House? What are the odds the Senate changes hands? Could Democrats squander their advantage in governorships? These questions are of utmost importance in Big Ten country.

Hugh Hewitt | September 30, 2010

Meg Whitman easily bested Jerry Brown in a debate over the future of California on Tuesday night.

Cal Thomas | September 30, 2010

"Waiting for Superman" is the new film by documentary filmmaker Davis Guggenheim, director of "An Inconvenient Truth," and it should be mandatory viewing for every member of Congress.

Jackie Gingrich Cushman | September 30, 2010

The latest midterm presidential campaign tactic is for President Barack Obama to meet ordinary Americans in their backyards and dens to discuss the happenings of our country.

Debra J. Saunders | September 30, 2010

I've known smart people who thought they were following the law in demanding documentation, only to find out later that they were duped.

Emmett Tyrrell | September 30, 2010

The race for the United States Senate in Delaware is a splendid example of what is called Kultursmog , and the smog spreads untreated.

Steve Chapman | September 30, 2010

If we came up with a sure cure for lung cancer, we wouldn't withhold it because it might encourage people to smoke.

Howard Rich | September 30, 2010

There may be no such thing as a silver bullet in public policy, but universal parental choice is the closest thing we have to one — assuming our politicians summon the courage to run with it.

Ross Mackenzie | September 30, 2010

What does the hoo-ha about the proposed Cordoba Mosque 600 feet from Ground Zero in Lower Manhattan say to you?

Wed, Sep 29, 2010

Ann Coulter | September 29, 2010

No liberal has standing to call any Republican stupid as long as Patty Murray remains in the U.S. Senate.

Vincent Vernuccio | September 29, 2010

In what only can be described as pure stubborn selfishness, a United Auto Workers local in Indiana voted this week to close a General Motors (GM) parts supplier employing 650 workers.

Michael Medved | September 29, 2010

Visit any major league baseball game, and it can help place America's present predicament in proper perspective.

Katie Pavlich | September 29, 2010

If America's youth want any chance at having a stable economic future, they should put down the Kool-Aid and start drinking some tea.

Marybeth Hicks | September 29, 2010

Social scientists use the parable of the "floating babies" to remind us that we can't solve a problem until we know its source.

Rich Galen | September 29, 2010

While everything else has been going on, two senior Democratic Members of Congress, Maxine Waters and Charles Rangel have been, essentially, indicted by the House Ethics Committee for violation of House rules.

Michelle Malkin | September 29, 2010

The Service Employees International Union plans to send 25,000 rank-and-file workers on 500 buses to Washington this weekend to protest the tea party movement, Republicans and Fox News.

John Stossel | September 29, 2010

Progressives want to raise taxes on individuals who make more than $200,000 a year because they say it's wrong for the rich to be "given" more money.

Walter E. Williams | September 29, 2010

Christine O'Donnell, U.S. Senate candidate from Delaware, has faced considerable criticism and news media attention about her youthful association with witchcraft.

Brent Bozell | September 29, 2010

NBC Universal is getting ridiculous with its shameless courting of President Obama.

Tony Blankley | September 29, 2010

Not long after the tea party sprang into being in the spring of 2009, America's elites started vilifying the movement.

Michael Gerson | September 29, 2010

If there is one area where the Obama administration and the American people seem in fundamental agreement, it is in their contempt for Washington, D.C.

Terry Jeffrey | September 29, 2010

President Barack Obama said on NBC on Monday he would like American children to spend more time in public schools.

Ben Shapiro | September 29, 2010

President Obama's old sloganeering has worn thin. It's time for a new motto for the most powerful man in the world.

David Harsanyi | September 29, 2010

If polls reflect a growing appetite for legalization of marijuana, why is it that so few elected representatives of note -- and by "so few" I mean "no" -- support it?

Austin Bay | September 29, 2010

he domestic ills suggest China is on the verge of another revolution, this one caused by its failed communist regime's inability to transform itself into a more accommodating system that can satisfy (and shape) China's growing economic and political needs.

Jillian Bandes | September 29, 2010

A new poll shows Florida Democratic Congressman Alan Grayson 7 points behind Republican challenger Dan Webster. This development warrants a little review of Grayson's, uh, colorful history.

Jacob Sullum | September 29, 2010

In the "Pledge to America" they unveiled last week, House Republicans promise they will "launch a sustained effort to stem the relentless growth in government that has occurred over the past decade."

Brian Walsh | September 29, 2010

With the retirement of long-time incumbent David Obey in Wisconsin’s 7th District, Democrats knew they were in for a tough election this fall as liberal state senator Julie Lassa competes against Republican Sean Duffy.

Meredith Turney | September 29, 2010

There are very few political issues that can unite conservatives and liberals. School choice may be the rare issue that forces each side to ignore political influence.

Dick Morris and Eileen McGann | September 29, 2010

This year, the Democrats will lose at least 80 House seats and control of the Senate. The modern record is 74.

Laura Hollis | September 29, 2010

Few people really understand the actual founder of a company...

Tue, Sep 28, 2010

Donald Lambro | September 28, 2010

Many economists, and virtually the entire business community, have told the Democratic Congress that postponing a vote to keep the Bush tax cuts jeopardizes our fragile economy's future health and stability.

Bill Murchison | September 28, 2010

A nation of 300 million souls needs a wide turning radius...

Jonah Goldberg | September 28, 2010

Who, exactly, is Colbert parodying here?

Armstrong Williams | September 28, 2010

Are banks and state governments unwittingly colluding to prevent millions of Americans from being able to afford to pay their bills or profitably run their small businesses?

Brian Walsh | September 28, 2010

When we last covered this race between the long-time incumbent Paul Kanjorski and local mayor Lou Barletta, we didn’t quite realize just how much Kanjorski’s time in Congress has warped his view of reality.

John Hawkins | September 28, 2010

You may not have a chance to take this seat again in our lifetimes...

Cal Thomas | September 28, 2010

Let's talk about individuals demonstrating more responsibility for their lives and ensuring their own retirement...

Ed Feulner | September 28, 2010

So, are you ready to comply with the federal government’s ban on incandescent light bulbs?

Thomas Sowell | September 28, 2010

One of the many slick tricks of the Obama administration was to insert a provision in the massive Obamacare legislation regulating people who sell gold.

Chuck Norris | September 28, 2010

Just in case you missed the news, it's official: The recession is over. Or so say the Business Cycle Dating Committee of The National Bureau of Economic Research and the Obama administration media machine.

David Limbaugh | September 28, 2010

With news of President Obama's plan to swarm the heartland this week to re-energize his base, one wonders whether he's finally heard the message that mainstream America is repulsed by his agenda.

Mona Charen | September 28, 2010

The poverty rate in the United States, reports the Census Bureau, increased to 14.3 percent last year, up from 13.2 percent in 2008, bringing the number of Americans living in poverty to its highest levels since 1994. This is not the change on which Obama voters were counting.

Dennis Prager | September 28, 2010

All Americans, including conservatives, understand why any leftist would vote Democrat this year.

Pat Buchanan | September 28, 2010

The Chinese have just made a serious strategic blunder. They dropped the mask and showed their scowling face to Asia, exposing how the Middle Kingdom intends to deal with smaller powers, now that she is the largest military and economic force in Asia and second largest on earth.

Debra J. Saunders | September 28, 2010

The House Republicans' "Pledge to America" calls for an extension of the Bush tax cuts for all; a rollback of government spending to pre-stimulus, pre-bailout levels; "strict budget caps," an end to the Troubled Asset Relief Program and the rest of the Obama stimulus package. What's not to like?

Phyllis Schlafly | September 28, 2010

Already tasting victory in November, Republicans in Congress issued "A Pledge to America" setting forth their goals.

Rebecca Hagelin | September 28, 2010

A recent survey suggests that Americans are more accepting than ever of homosexual "families". Does growing acceptance make it right?

Larry Kudlow | September 28, 2010

President Obama is crowing about his small-business bill, signed into law on Monday.

Mon, Sep 27, 2010

Michael Reagan | September 27, 2010

It's should be called the law of unintended consequences, and Congress should learn to abide by it, taking enough time to discover whether the road they choose to follow is smooth or filled with ruts.

Byron York | September 27, 2010

Are you a financial adviser? You may not know it, but you've got a green job. Are you a wholesale buyer? You've got a green job, too. Or maybe you're a newspaper reporter. You, too, have a green job -- at least according to the Obama administration.

Katie Gage | September 27, 2010

On occasion, Congress votes on matters that have a serious and meaningful impact on people’s lives and workplaces across the country.

Frank Gaffney | September 27, 2010

Last week, Republicans in the House of Representatives unveiled with much fanfare their "Pledge to America." It is intended by the GOP leadership to serve as both a campaign platform for winning a new majority and as a program for governing should they succeed.

Caroline Glick | September 27, 2010

Following the example of its counterparts in the West, for decades the Israeli Left has carefully cultivated its image as the fun side of the political divide.

Terry Paulson | September 27, 2010

The choice voters made in 1994 made a difference. Will yours in 2010?

Michael Barone | September 27, 2010

The Pledge to America addresses two central economic issues and makes commitments that will embarrass House Republicans if they gain a majority but fail to deliver.

Star Parker | September 27, 2010

Banter continues about the Republican Party being pushed to the right by “ideologues.”

Mike Adams | September 27, 2010

During the 1990s, “seeker-friendly” churches began popping up everywhere. The fact that many are now struggling has less to do with the economy than the culture.

Lurita Doan | September 27, 2010

Barack Obama has a credibility problem. Obama has overpromised and under-delivered on countless issues such as the economy, job creation, healthcare reform and transparency.

Bruce Bialosky | September 27, 2010

If you doubt the prescience of Ayn Rand, turn to page 744 of Atlas Shrugged to read about a doctor who no longer practices his profession.

Jillian Bandes | September 27, 2010

Comedian Jon Stewart's "Restoring Sanity" rally pokes fun at overzealous political activism, but it's hard not to see how it doesn't attack the Right more than it attacks the Left.

Brian Walsh | September 27, 2010

Having to run a real campaign for the first time in a long while, Democrat Loretta Sanchez also faces a Hispanic independent candidate on the ballot.

Mary Grabar | September 27, 2010

Finally, a Kennedy has come out to denounce, albeit in a very small way, one of the privileged professors who have worked, both inside and outside the classroom, on behalf of murderous revolution.

Janice Shaw Crouse | September 27, 2010

The issue of violence against women has a sketchy past, where facts are obscured by emotional accounts of battering and other violence

Sun, Sep 26, 2010

Steve Chapman | September 26, 2010

If you watched a lot of TV news recently, you would quickly reach this conclusion: Americans hate Muslims, and Muslims hate America.

Salena Zito | September 26, 2010

In the place of a once-robust pottery industry, a museum is dedicated to the area’s ceramic plants. The 300 factories of old are now down to one that produces popular, colorful Fiestaware.

Austin Hill | September 26, 2010

As a remedy for rising gasoline prices, Obama wanted to raise taxes on oil companies, and use that “extra” tax revenue to give “working Americans” a thousand-dollar voucher that they could use to make gasoline purchases.

Debra J. Saunders | September 26, 2010

I don't understand why San Francisco District Attorney Kamala Harris wants to be California's next attorney general. Then again, it's hard to understand why she even ran for DA.

Brian Walsh | September 26, 2010

Deep in the heart of Texas lies the state’s Seventeenth Congressional District. For the past 19 years, this seat has been held by Democrat Chet Edwards, who, despite several close elections in recent years, has managed to maintain his grip on this culturally conservative district.

Ken Connor | September 26, 2010

As the midterm elections rapidly approach and Tea Party candidates continue to gain ground in primary battles across the country, the Republican establishment is beginning to feel the sand shift beneath their feet.

Paul Jacob | September 26, 2010

In most states, voters are about to get a chance to make a difference.

Kevin McCullough | September 26, 2010

The Democratic Leadership in the Congress made a pretty big strategic mistake on Thursday.