Sat, Oct 09, 2010

Jillian Bandes | October 09, 2010

The Florida governor’s debate on Friday night took talking points and platitudes to a new low.

Doug Giles | October 09, 2010

Nada from the networks. Crickets folks … crickets.

Brian Walsh | October 09, 2010

As one of the few open U.S. House seats this cycle, Massachusetts’ 10th Congressional District has become an excellent opportunity for Republicans to pick up one of the 39 seats needed to gain control of the House.

Kathryn Lopez | October 09, 2010

These women are people that EMILY's List exists to drown out.

Larry Kudlow | October 09, 2010

Friday's unemployment report for September, the last before the election, brought more bad news for the Barack Obama Democrats.

Marvin Olasky | October 09, 2010

They are the winners in Manhattan's never-ending race to be working on stage and to have a role in the next musical when the one you're in closes.

Fri, Oct 08, 2010

Brian Walsh | October 08, 2010

There have been several breaking developments in the race for Alabama’s Second Congressional District in just the past few days, and incumbent Democrat Bobby Bright has found himself in a spot of trouble.

Michelle Malkin | October 08, 2010

Halloween isn't for another three weeks, but environmental ghouls are on the haunt.

Brent Bozell | October 08, 2010

America was horrified by the story that erupted in the national news that Rutgers college freshman Tyler Clementi threw himself off a bridge because his new roommate used a webcam to tape a homosexual encounter in which he'd engaged.

Jonah Goldberg | October 08, 2010

By now you may have heard that the man behind such heartwarming chick flicks as "Bridget Jones's Diary" and "Four Weddings and a Funeral" has come out with an environmental snuff film.

David Limbaugh | October 08, 2010

Just in case anyone mistakenly believes Obama has heard (or gives a rip about) the loud voice of the American people rejecting his socialism, appeasement, unconstitutional abuses of power and unpresidential combativeness and divisiveness, let me share a few tidbits.

Mona Charen | October 08, 2010

Three and a half weeks from now, Americans will decide whether to pull the emergency brake on a train that is headed to bankruptcy. Across the pond in Great Britain, the government attempts a very tardy, and accordingly much more painful, reversal.

Oliver North | October 08, 2010

HELMAND PROVINCE, Afghanistan -- For reasons not altogether clear to me, only brief snippets of Fox News Channel's broadcasts are carried on the satellite signals available on U.S. military installations here in Afghanistan.

Pat Buchanan | October 08, 2010

"The lessons of history ... show conclusively that continued dependence upon relief induces a spiritual and moral disintegration fundamentally destructive to the national fiber. To dole out relief in this way is to administer a narcotic, a subtle destroyer of the human spirit."

Suzanne Fields | October 08, 2010

Every generation seeks a hero or an anti-hero, a trend or counter-trend, a fashion or non-fashion to define itself in both politics and the culture, pop and otherwise.

David Harsanyi | October 08, 2010

It was recently reported that noted Democratic strategist James Carville urged candidates to hammer Republicans on the issue of trade.

Linda Chavez | October 08, 2010

If Republicans were smart, they'd be reaching out to Hispanic voters on issues like education.

Robert Knight | October 08, 2010

When you’ve got some dirt to deal with, you can do one of two things. You can take out the trash or sweep it under the rug. Most of us, being sinners all, use a variety of methods to get by.

Thu, Oct 07, 2010

Ashley Herzog | October 07, 2010

When a fire department lets a house burn down because the owners didn't pay a fee, Keith Olbermann says it's the result of "tea party ideals."

Diana West | October 07, 2010

How could the same officials charged with securing the nation against terrorism have possibly invited a known Hamas operative into a top-secret location as part of "outreach" to the Muslim community?

Cliff May | October 07, 2010

European police are searching for “hit teams” plotting attacks against civilians in Britain, France, Germany and Sweden. Why would al-Qaeda plan such strikes now? It's what they do.

Paul Kengor | October 07, 2010

Ted Kennedy had somehow concluded that Jimmy Carter was guilty of belligerence and that Leonid Brezhnev was committed to peace.

Brian Walsh | October 07, 2010

Latest polling in Pennsylvania's Third Congressional District polling has Republican Mike Kelly up by 13 points in a race that political handicapper Stu Rothenberg has rated as "Lean Republican".

Victor Davis Hanson | October 07, 2010

It's an ongoing parlor game now played among pundits over how President Obama will react to a probable shellacking of the Democrats in midterm elections next month.

Jillian Bandes | October 07, 2010

The winner of the best punch-line for last night's Florida Senate debate goes to Charlie Crist, who probably needs the humor more than anyone else.

Michael Reagan | October 07, 2010

Nobody questions Barack Obama’s talent as an effective orator -- it’s more a question of what he says than how he says it.

Hugh Hewitt | October 07, 2010

Two audio clips have received more air time on my radio show this year than any others.

Emmett Tyrrell | October 07, 2010

On Monday, I declared my candidacy for mayor of Chicago while on Sean Hannity's show.

Jonah Goldberg | October 07, 2010

A recent "Rock the Vote" survey found that the Democratic Party's advantage among young people has been cut in half.

Larry Kudlow | October 07, 2010

A blockbuster poll lights a fire under markets.

John Thune | October 07, 2010

Part of the foundation of American Exceptionalism is at risk: our economic freedom.

Jackie Gingrich Cushman | October 07, 2010

We have less than four weeks to midterm elections, and for those who follow politics, they're like the lead up to the Super Bowl or the World Series.

Humberto Fontova | October 07, 2010

Let's compare these comments from Sanchez with those of The Daily Beast columnist Norman Birnbaum.

Cal Thomas | October 07, 2010

We are in the midst of another national funk and there is a new cultural rescue boat coming just in time to save us...

Ken Klukowski | October 07, 2010

The U.S. Supreme Court addressed the issue of whether the First Amendment protects a radical religious group protesting the funeral of a fallen U.S. Marine.

Matt Towery | October 07, 2010

Republicans should be particularly wary of a developing media theme in the weeks and even final days or hours before the election on Nov. 2.

Larry Elder | October 07, 2010

Obamalism: a political/social/economic philosophy that combines socialism, collectivism and redistributionism wrapped around a killer smile.

Howard Rich | October 07, 2010

According to the Congressional Budget Office, TARP will cost taxpayers “only” $66 billion.

Ken Blackwell | October 07, 2010

I have no idea whether Rahm Emanuel’s departure was his own idea or whether he suddenly discovered a life-long desire to run for mayor of Chicago to cover for the fact he was being asked to walk the plank.

Guy Benson | October 07, 2010

Who was our last moustached President? John Bolton is quick to recall William Howard Taft. Bolton is also hinting that he is considering trying to be our next moustached President.

Michael Barone | October 07, 2010

It's pretty clear that Democrats are less enthusiastic about voting this year than Republicans.

Debra J. Saunders | October 07, 2010

President Obama killed the climate change bill.

Wed, Oct 06, 2010

Jeff Jacoby | October 06, 2010

Affordable imports are a godsend, not grounds for a trade war.

Ann Coulter | October 06, 2010

Joe Sobran was the "G.K. Chesterton" of our time.

Ben Shapiro | October 06, 2010

I write to you today because I am concerned that you do not understand what jobs are.

W. Thomas Smith, Jr | October 06, 2010

Perhaps it sounds groupie-like that a 51-year-old field-grade officer like me would be emotionally stirred by such an opportunity to serve such a man.

Kevin McCarthy | October 06, 2010

America loves a great comeback--the 1980 “Miracle on Ice,” the 2004 victory of the Boston Red Sox in the World Series, the 1997 return of founder Steve Jobs to Apple, and the recent resurgence of 88-year-old actress Betty White’s career.

Larry Kudlow | October 06, 2010

At a small, informal breakfast in Midtown New York Tuesday morning, House Republican leader John Boehner said the lame-duck Congress, scheduled roughly for November 15 through December 22, will pass a bill that extends all the Bush tax cuts.

Brian Walsh | October 06, 2010

In what is becoming the go-to theme for vulnerable Democrats this cycle, Congressman Mark Schauer is trying to run from the liberal voting record he’s accumulated in Washington since January 2009.

Jonah Goldberg | October 06, 2010

Does Anwar al-Awlaki deserve to die?

Thomas Sowell | October 06, 2010

Some of the longest-serving members of Congress, whose party has overwhelming majorities in both houses, are having far closer election races than they are used to.

Michelle Malkin | October 06, 2010

Two first ladies will hit the campaign trail for Democrats this month: Michelle Obama, champion of ordinary Americans, and Michelle Obama, money-grubber for the liberal elite.

John Stossel | October 06, 2010

When Obamacare was debated, we free-market advocates insisted that no matter what the president promised, the laws of economics cannot be repealed. Our opponents in effect answered, "Yes, we can."

Walter E. Williams | October 06, 2010

One of President Obama's campaign promises was not to raise taxes on middle-class Americans. So here's my question: If there's a corporate tax increase either in the form of "cap and trade" or income tax, does it turn out to be a middle-class tax increase?

Brent Bozell | October 06, 2010

It's a topsy-turvy, upside-down political world out there for people who thought Barack Obama would be cruising at a 70 percent approval rating while crushing the Republicans like bugs.

Tony Blankley | October 06, 2010

Unlike most elections, in 2010, as in the 1850's, the public sees Washington corruption not as something to be lived with

Michael Medved | October 06, 2010

A recent television interview with President Obama’s beloved “Auntie” exposes the fraudulent nature of liberal claims to superior compassion for the poor and downtrodden.

Dick Morris and Eileen McGann | October 06, 2010

As hard as pollsters try, it is almost impossible to glean a sample of actual likely voters in an off-year election.

Terry Jeffrey | October 06, 2010

American presidents have advanced redistributionist policies before, but none has used Marxist class-war rhetoric as routinely as Barack Obama.

David Harsanyi | October 06, 2010

At the risk of sounding melodramatic, I just wonder: If a president, any president, has the authority to order the assassination of a U.S. citizen without oversight

Jillian Bandes | October 06, 2010

Crazy old Alan Grayson is enjoying the spoils of a third party candidate who insists that she’s not a third party candidate.

Austin Bay | October 06, 2010

The November 2008 Mumbai, India, assault was a massacre-by-gunfire attack left 166 people dead and over 300 wounded.

Jacob Sullum | October 06, 2010

With a month to go before California voters decide whether to legalize marijuana, Proposition 19's opponents have pinned their hopes on desperate arguments.

Marybeth Hicks | October 06, 2010

Tragedy on a college campus came about not because of anti-LGBT sentiment but because two students have no conscience.

Steve Everley | October 06, 2010

Last week Congress had the opportunity to prevent tax increases. Unfortunately, liberals in Congress only want tax cuts for some people and want to raise taxes on the rest.

Carrie Schwab Pomerantz | October 06, 2010

Dear Carrie: I'm thinking of taking a distribution from my Roth IRA. What are the concerns?

Tue, Oct 05, 2010

Donald Lambro | October 05, 2010

The bleak economic forecast facing Democrats as they head into the final four weeks of the midterm elections is that the so-called recovery has come to a halt.

Paul Greenberg | October 05, 2010

A board of trustees at a state university has finally acted as if it had a moral trust to guard.

Caroline Glick | October 05, 2010

The situation in Judea and Samaria is one where there are two sets of rules -- one for the Arabs, one for the Jews.

Diana West | October 05, 2010

Directing not only Obama's wars, but also America's, is a veritable military junta.

Brian Walsh | October 05, 2010

It’s only June and the race for Oregon’s Fifth Congressional district is already being called the “best congressional race this state has seen in years”.

Lisa A. Rickard | October 05, 2010

Some in Washington are actually considering the creation of a new special interest tax break.

Dennis Prager | October 05, 2010

I am writing to you as a concerned and sympathetic American who is a Republican. My sentiments do not represent every American -- that would be impossible.

Armstrong Williams | October 05, 2010

One thing is certain, liberals have no idea who their opponent is, and they and the mainstream media are desperate to find out.

John Hawkins | October 05, 2010

What do conservatives want? They want to see ethical conservative leadership from politicians who listen to the people and have the courage of their convictions.

Frank Turek | October 05, 2010

Obama misunderstands what we mean by American exceptionalism.

Rebecca Hagelin | October 05, 2010

Scientists are making our smallest humans, embryos, are subjects for experimentation.

Rachel Alexander | October 05, 2010

A message must be sent to the establishment sore losers in the GOP.

Hadley Heath | October 05, 2010

Two hot topics stand out as key motivators in this midterm election: the economy and health care reform.

Thomas Sowell | October 05, 2010

In an election year, this is the time for an "October surprise"-- some sensational, and usually irrelevant, revelation to distract the voters from serious issues.

Guy Benson | October 05, 2010

Ryan Frazier's goal is to focus on issues, work hard to introduce himself to voters, and to defeat incumbent Democrat Ed Perlmutter.

Chuck Norris | October 05, 2010

But will we show ourselves to be misguided by allowing certain Washington bureaucratic bandits to stay in office?

David Limbaugh | October 05, 2010

I realize it's unfair and, according to some, even racist to hold President Obama accountable for his failed economic policies and cynical campaign promises, but could we at least raise a question or two about his foreign policy boasts?

Mona Charen | October 05, 2010

It is Pelosi's legislation, her attitudes, and her legacy on which we will vote a month from now.

Cal Thomas | October 05, 2010

The House Minority Leader sits in his spacious Capitol Hill office contemplating an upgrade to larger digs should his party live up to expectations and win a majority of congressional seats in the midterm elections this November.

Pat Buchanan | October 05, 2010

After John McCain's defeat, even amateur political analysts could see a trend ultimately fatal to the Republican Party.

Debra J. Saunders | October 05, 2010

Last week, CNN fired anchor Rick Sanchez after he called Jon Stewart a bigot in a radio interview during which he also questioned whether Jews face discrimination.

Phyllis Schlafly | October 05, 2010

We look forward to the 2010 elections in the hope that we can decisively reject Barack Obama's plans to "fundamentally transform the United States." Here are some questions voters can ask all candidates to help decide whom to vote for.

Ed Feulner | October 05, 2010

Here's a pop quiz for you college students out there. When handling controversial issues, whether modern-day or historical, do your professors present both sides?

Bill Murchison | October 05, 2010

California remains, in many respects, a wonderful state, and I don't have the slightest interest in bashing it. How could a state that nurtured Ronald Reagan not have wondrous, praiseworthy attributes?

Larry Kudlow | October 05, 2010

John Boehner’s prescription could rocket business and the economy higher.

Mon, Oct 04, 2010

Byron York | October 04, 2010

Sean Bielat, the Republican candidate for Congress in Massachusetts' 4th District, has had just one conversation with his Democratic opponent, Rep. Barney Frank.

Paul Greenberg | October 04, 2010

Is there a fad that the educationists have not embraced over the years, much to the detriment of education?

Brian Walsh | October 04, 2010

Over the summer, the race for Mississippi’s First Congressional District has continued to develop into one of the must-watch contests of the year.

Shawn Ambrosino | October 04, 2010

What may have seemed like a small detail can blow up in your face at the slightest provocation, and that’s exactly what is happening now with China’s virtual monopoly on the “Rare Earth” elements market.

Allen Hunt | October 04, 2010

While many merely focus on the football, the story of Michael Vick is worth celebrating.

Salena Zito | October 04, 2010

All along the country’s “blue highways” (those secondary roads marked blue on U.S. maps) Americans spoke about their disappointment in the change they so proudly supported in 2008.

Dick Morris and Eileen McGann | October 04, 2010

Just as when the Republican establishment wrote off Scott Brown's effort to capture "Ted Kennedy's" seat in the Senate, the Washington Republicans may be underestimating the number of seats the GOP can capture in the House of Representatives.

Joseph C. Phillips | October 04, 2010

I am curious to see what happens when President Obama invites Molly Norris to the White House for a beer.

Rich Galen | October 04, 2010

Here's what I hate: When reality overtakes your favorite theory and you look like a blithering moron.

Michael Barone | October 04, 2010

It happened late Wednesday night, so it didn't get much coverage: Speaker Nancy Pelosi cast the deciding vote when the House voted, 210-209, to adjourn.

Star Parker | October 04, 2010

Keeping government limited is a practical approach to governing that opens the door to growth and prosperity.

Mike Adams | October 04, 2010

City officials in Indianapolis are investigating a bakery that refused to take an order from an Indiana University student group seeking rainbow-colored cupcakes for their National Coming Out Day.

Ken Blackwell | October 04, 2010

Two Marines may give the Democrats an "October surprise" in key House races.

Lurita Doan | October 04, 2010

Obama, the self-designated "post-racial" president, has once again used race as a standard for privilege and has shown preference for certain minority groups, such as Alaskans and Hawaiians, over others.

Bruce Bialosky | October 04, 2010

Steven Greenhut may be the most annoying man in America. No, it’s not because he’s a mean guy or that he has created some silly reality show like Jersey Shores.

Frank Gaffney | October 04, 2010

With the recent departures of OMB Director Peter Orszag, Economic Policy Advisor Lawrence Summers and White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel, the next senior Obama administration official expected to quit is the National Security Advisor to the President, James Jones.

Carol Platt Liebau | October 04, 2010

Last week’s New York Times piece about Democrats resorting to negative, personal attacks on their political opponents was an amazingly open admission of desperation.

Sun, Oct 03, 2010

Paul Jacob | October 03, 2010

Sometimes doing the right thing is as easy as not clicking a remote control.

Kevin McCullough | October 03, 2010

President Obama had it backwards.

David Stokes | October 03, 2010

Our enemies have been aided and abetted by liberal dupes.

Ken Connor | October 03, 2010

It's hard to imagine how the American public's opinion of Congress could get much worse than it is already, but last week, Representative Zoe Lofgren tested this notion when she invited Comedy Central comedian and faux pundit Stephen Colbert to testify on Capitol Hill.

Austin Hill | October 03, 2010

Did you see President Obama’s recent speech at the University Of Wisconsin? It made me want to ask him “how’s this ‘hope’ and ‘change’ thing workin’ out for you, Mr. President? And how, exactly do you define ‘progress’, anyway?”

Debra J. Saunders | October 03, 2010

There hasn't been an execution in California since January 2006. In February of that year, federal Judge Jeremy Fogel essentially ordered a de facto moratorium on California's three-drug lethal-injection protocol because there was "undue risk."

Marvin Olasky | October 03, 2010

What should be the evangelical frame of mind as we slouch toward this crucial election on Nov. 2?

Brian Walsh | October 03, 2010

Voters in Indiana have lately had quite a few chances to see the true colors of Baron Hill – and the clearest lesson is that he doesn’t seem to like them.