Sat, Oct 16, 2010

Humberto Fontova | October 16, 2010

Wynton Marsalis and his Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra spent all last week as grateful guests of a Stalinist/Apartheid regime that murdered more political prisoners in its first three years in power than Hitler’s murdered in its first six, that jailed political prisoners at a higher rate than Stalin’s, and that came within a hair of nuking The Lincoln Center.

Doug Giles | October 16, 2010

Why does a large segment of the clergy run from these mondo issues and duties?

Ken Blackwell | October 16, 2010

Congressman Jim McGovern (D-Mass.) was being pressed in a live TV debate, so he may be excused for blurting out the truth.

David Harsanyi | October 16, 2010

It's comforting to know there is still one political party out there willing to battle the dark forces of misogyny.

Kathryn Lopez | October 16, 2010

The tea party may not be looking for a single spokesman or leader, but in Joe Miller it has its personification: an outsider, a constitutionalist and someone who's thoroughly fed up with the political system's disrespect for the common man.

Dan Gainor | October 16, 2010

We now return to Barack Obama’s America – the election edition. It’s not the “bipartisan,” “post-racial” place he promised. Thanks to the left and their media flunkies, it’s Character Assassination Nation.

Brian Birdnow | October 16, 2010

Well, he’s back! In his “White House Diary” Jimmy Carter engages in his latest attempt to burnish his historical reputation.

Fri, Oct 15, 2010

Caroline Glick | October 15, 2010

Israel's opposition leaders spent the past week trying to prove their relevance. On Tuesday, both former prime minister Ehud Olmert and Kadima leader Tzipi Livni accused Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu of wrecking Israel's relations with the US. Both Livni and Olmert claimed that Netanyahu is taking a knife to Israel's most valuable alliance by refusing to bow to US President Barack Obama's demand that the government extend the ban on Jewish building in Judea and Samaria for an additional 60 days.

Brian Walsh | October 15, 2010

In a futile attempt to fool voters on his reckless habits in Washington, Democrat Ben Chandler finds himself between a rock and a hard place.

Guy Benson | October 15, 2010

In an exclusive interview with, Carly Fiorina emphasized the issues of jobs and the environment while criticizing her opponent Barbara Boxer. Fiorina also professed her admiration for California's senior Senator, Democrat Dianne Feinstein.

Michelle Malkin | October 15, 2010

The White House attack on the U.S. Chamber of Commerce isn't about "disclosure."

Jonah Goldberg | October 15, 2010

Back in early 2009, President-elect Barack Obama was asked on "Meet the Press" how quickly he could create jobs.

Mike Adams | October 15, 2010

Officials on college campuses across the nation are alarmed at a wave of recent suicides involving Christians who have been harassed by homosexual activists.

David Limbaugh | October 15, 2010

Delaware Senate candidate Chris Coons cloaks his end-justifies-the-means pursuit in high-minded terms, but it is nothing more than his policy preferences guided by his worldview and absolutely untethered by constitutional constraints.

Mona Charen | October 15, 2010

Two great questions ricochet around the capital in the countdown to the midterms.

Ken Blackwell | October 15, 2010

Liberals sit down with the New York Times the way Catholics enter the confessional: To make a clean breast of their sins and to ask for absolution. Except that the Gray Lady offers no promise of confidentiality.

Oliver North | October 15, 2010

LAS VEGAS -- It has been an interesting "homecoming" from our most recent Fox News "embed" with U.S. and coalition forces in Afghanistan.

Pat Buchanan | October 15, 2010

For the fourth day running, France has been crippled by strikes. Airlines are canceling flights.

Michael Gerson | October 15, 2010

WASHINGTON -- Christopher Hitchens -- bald from cancer treatments, speaking between doctor's appointments -- has a special disdain for deathbed religious conversions.

Suzanne Fields | October 15, 2010

Education, like politics, is local. You want it close to home, the better to monitor it.

Matt Towery | October 15, 2010

A generation ago, the national Republican Party was under the command of the late Lee Atwater.

Linda Chavez | October 15, 2010

President Obama has finally admitted that a core premise of his nearly trillion-dollar stimulus package was false.

Diana West | October 15, 2010

All eyes are on the war on free speech, the one that Dutch powers-that-be are waging inside an Amsterdam courtroom. That's where Geert Wilders is standing trial for his increasingly popular political platform, based on his analysis of the anti-Western laws and principles of Islam, that rejects the Islamization of the Netherlands.

Donald Lambro | October 15, 2010

WASHINGTON -- Democrats and their campaign strategists have been underestimating the political power of tea- party activists ever since they packed into town halls in the summer of 2009 to protest Obamacare.

Thu, Oct 14, 2010

Michael Barone | October 14, 2010

Obama and his spokesmen on the campaign trail and on Sunday interview programs are charging that outfits like the Chamber of Commerce are smuggling foreign money into the campaign.

Cliff May | October 14, 2010

We should not accept the double standard scholar Bernard Lewis observed: "Islam enjoys an immunity from critical examination that Christendom has lost and Judaism never had."

Brian Walsh | October 14, 2010

Disturbing news has hit the race for Ohio’s Sixth Congressional District.

Katie Pavlich | October 14, 2010

Candidate Ruth McClung is presenting a challenge to a congressman who called for economic sanctions against his own state.

Victor Davis Hanson | October 14, 2010

Voters feel relieved when they can pay off debt and become chronically depressed when they cannot.

Jackie Gingrich Cushman | October 14, 2010

We have felt exhausted before as a nation, but our leaders have turned to God for solace and guidance, and have reminded Americans to be faithful.

Michael Reagan | October 14, 2010

I’m thinking of putting my family on food stamps because Nancy Pelosi, in her wisdom, has assured us that doing so will help the economy and as a concerned American I want to do my part.

Cal Thomas | October 14, 2010

Monday marked the world's first human clinical trial of a procedure developed from such a source.

Guy Benson | October 14, 2010

If you ask Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, Jaime Herrera shouldn’t exist. She’s a conservative, Hispanic woman who is the Republican nominee for Congress in Washington state’s 3rd congressional district.

Hugh Hewitt | October 14, 2010

Democrats are of course praying that the surge to the right breaks before 11/2 and begins to recede, but as every day goes by the evidence of a growing wave accumulates.

Larry Elder | October 14, 2010

If Republicans can seize just 20 or 30 percent of the black vote, the Democratic Party -- and its ability to pull the country to the left -- could be stopped, if not reversed.

Mike Adams | October 14, 2010

For years, I have been trying to get the Women's Resource Center to link the WRC website with the local Crisis Pregnancy Center website. But for ideological reasons you have refused to do so.

Michael Gerson | October 14, 2010

Christopher Hitchens -- bald from cancer treatments, speaking between doctor's appointments -- has a special disdain for deathbed religious conversions.

Debra J. Saunders | October 14, 2010

Californians do not face an easy choice in the race for governor -- as was clear in Tuesday night's debate at Dominican University in San Rafael.

Ed Feulner | October 14, 2010

Good news: President Obama has discovered an area of the federal budget where he wants to spend less money. Bad news: It’s defense.

Emmett Tyrrell | October 14, 2010

There were several foreign investors in American politics in the Clinton years, and I cannot see any supporting Republicans today.

Steve Chapman | October 14, 2010

Candidates are screaming hysterically at their opponents for allegedly suggesting anyone with white hair should ever be asked to sacrifice in the interest of fiscal balance, economic vitality or national survival.

Ross Mackenzie | October 14, 2010

The current Netanyahu government says it will agree to a limited moratorium on more building in land the Palestinians want back if the Palestinians will acknowledge Israel's existence.

Larry Kudlow | October 14, 2010

Believe it or not, with jobs falling for four consecutive months and unemployment stubbornly high near 10 percent, President Obama is out on the campaign trail bashing businesses and promoting class warfare.

Wed, Oct 13, 2010

Ann Coulter | October 13, 2010

If the Bush administration ever treated terrorism suspects the way Connecticut Attorney General Richard Blumenthal treats law-abiding citizens and small businesses, even conservatives would have blanched.

Allen Hunt | October 13, 2010

Obama appears to be breaking new ground in leadership: leadership by low expectations.

Scott Wheeler | October 13, 2010

Obama is out peddling this idea that "foreign interests" are backing the tea party movement. This is the same Obama that, to this day, refuses to disclose his own donors from his presidential campaign.

Eric Dickson | October 13, 2010

One out of every eight Americans is on food stamps!

Brian Walsh | October 13, 2010

With less than three weeks until Election Day, the campaign for Colorado’s Third Congressional District is in full swing. Recent polling show Republican Scott Tipton leading incumbent Democrat John Salazar by eight points.

Ken Blackwell | October 13, 2010

It is disheartening to hear recent questions from the education establishment elite about whether federal student aid is ending up in the coffers of the "right" schools.

Larry Kudlow | October 13, 2010

To be so completely disconnected from political reality and the investor class, the president must be from another planet.

Guy Benson | October 13, 2010

Dino Rossi must be weary of political rollercoaster rides. In 2004, he won the initial vote tally in Washington State’s gubernatorial race by a few hundred votes and maintained his lead after a recount.

Thomas Sowell | October 13, 2010

The question of whether the government is greedy almost never comes up, so most of us probably never think about it.

Michelle Malkin | October 13, 2010

After exporting U.S. jobs, importing foreign debt and kowtowing to global thugs shamelessly over the past two years, the Obama administration is now playing the America First card.

John Stossel | October 13, 2010

The 2010 Index of Economic Freedom lowers the ranking of the United States to eighth out of 179 nations -- behind Canada!

Walter E. Williams | October 13, 2010

The National Transportation Safety Board has again recommended that airlines require a separate seat for all children, regardless of age, eliminating the current practice of permitting children under the age of 2 to fly for free on the lap of a parent.

John Thune | October 13, 2010

Here's an idea from the GOP that would would take the first necessary steps to get us back on the road to recovery.

Brent Bozell | October 13, 2010

A major part of the Barack Obama narrative when he ran for president was his international roots. So it's a little weird to watch Obama yelling from the campaign podium that foreigners are funding political commercials and stealing our elections.

Jonah Goldberg | October 13, 2010

The good news is that it's apparently not racist to call Obama arrogant anymore.

Tony Blankley | October 13, 2010

Based on the recent appointments of the two most powerful staff positions in the White House, it seems the White House is descending deeper into the bunker in anticipation of the expected shift in congressional majorities next year.

Michael Medved | October 13, 2010

In his campaign appearances, President Obama says little about a fresh agenda for the next two years, or a new direction for the country, and warns instead against the change in course those nasty Republicans propose.

Michael Gerson | October 13, 2010

Success in Afghanistan is beginning to come in the first muddy trickles after a long drought.

Dick Morris and Eileen McGann | October 13, 2010

The danger here is not overconfidence but underconfidence, and that Democratic incumbents who could be defeated will skate to victories.

Ben Shapiro | October 13, 2010

Look at how the administration is handling a serious problem now plaguing the nation: the rash of automobile accidents caused by drivers using cell phones.

Terry Jeffrey | October 13, 2010

The establishment media have launched a brutal attack on Carl Paladino, New York's Republican gubernatorial candidate, for this reason: Paladino spoke the truth about homosexual behavior.

David Harsanyi | October 13, 2010

The Obama administration's preposterous attack on the U.S. Chamber of Commerce does nothing to help Democrats and everything to reinforce the moderate voter's perception that the president's party has gone bonkers.

Austin Bay | October 13, 2010

Dissident Liu Xiaobo's Nobel Peace Prize has scared China's communist elites.

Donald Lambro | October 13, 2010

Nearly two years into Barack Obama's failed presidency, more than 7 in 10 Americans have a negative view of the government he promised to change for the better.

Jacob Sullum | October 13, 2010

Here is a quick summary of President Obama's recent debate with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.

Marybeth Hicks | October 13, 2010

A pop-psychology message has undermined the development of conscience and character for at least a generation.

Tue, Oct 12, 2010

Caroline Glick | October 12, 2010

Leftist groups have begun organizing frequent protests in the City of David around the time the Obama administration began pressuring Israel to curb its sovereignty in Jerusalem.

Harry R. Jackson, Jr. | October 12, 2010

Anti-coal campaigns like that of the Black Cross Alliance equate to many people in America and other countries going without lights or refrigeration.

Rachel Alexander | October 12, 2010

A gun club is under attack, and it's not the first time the prosecutor has brought a dubious lawsuit against someone where it was urged by a powerful member of the community.

Armstrong Williams | October 12, 2010

There are three primary reasons for this conclusion, including continued ethical lapses of House Democrats.

John Hawkins | October 12, 2010

Barack Obama is a petty little man whose grandiose sense of self importance has always far outstripped his abilities and accomplishments.

Guy Benson | October 12, 2010

One thing is clear: If Republicans hope to harness lightning in a bottle and win back the Senate, Illinois is a must-have race.

Thomas Sowell | October 12, 2010

One of a surprising number of old, well-established politicians being challenged in this year's election by some unknown newcomer is Senator Russ Feingold in Wisconsin.

Chuck Norris | October 12, 2010

When Barack Obama was elected president, he made claims that he would "go through our federal budget -- page by page, line by line -- eliminating those programs we don't need." He has done no such thing.

David Limbaugh | October 12, 2010

The most noteworthy aspect of President Barack Obama's slander of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce for allegedly "stealing our democracy" by laundering foreign corporate donations is that such disgraceful behavior is par for the course for this self-described post-partisan president.

Mona Charen | October 12, 2010

Ten months ago, when Liu Xiaobo was sentenced to 11 years for "inciting subversion of state power," the world response was muted.

Cal Thomas | October 12, 2010

I was preparing to applaud the Obama administration and specifically Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano for announcing the deportation of a record number of criminal aliens last year.

Dennis Prager | October 12, 2010

America's anomalous religiosity is very much worth celebrating -- not because it leads to affluence, but because it is indispensible to liberty.

Pat Buchanan | October 12, 2010

Janet Napolitano, secretary of homeland security -- Big Sis to regular readers of the Drudge Report -- held a press conference last week that might cause critics to reconsider their views.

Debra J. Saunders | October 12, 2010

Even though America is fighting wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, members of President Obama's Cabinet are three times more likely to have attended law school than boot camp.

Phyllis Schlafly | October 12, 2010

The attack on the institution of marriage is not only the biggest cultural but also the biggest fiscal issue of our times, and political and judicial attacks by gays are only part of the problem.

Bill Murchison | October 12, 2010

Those of a certain age -- meaning we recall where we were when Kennedy was shot and the size of Jerry Lee Lewis' pompadour -- know the venerability of the question of how much government is too much government and how much the answers vary over time.

Frank Gaffney | October 12, 2010

Republicans are gleeful at the prospect that - with just three weeks to go to the November 2nd mid-term elections - they are poised to make significant gains in both the House and Senate.

Brian Walsh | October 12, 2010

As more and more news surfaces on Michigan Democrat Gary McDowell, voters have been painted a disturbing picture.

Mon, Oct 11, 2010

Dick Morris and Eileen McGann | October 11, 2010

The mainstream media is peddling the line that the Democrats are staging a comeback, slicing Republican leads. It is absolute nonsense.

Paul Kengor | October 11, 2010

Communists have cynically, contemptuously targeted the Religious Left. And it’s downright depressing to see the success they had.

Byron York | October 11, 2010

The nation's biggest, richest and most powerful labor unions spent months organizing the "One Nation Working Together" rally at the Lincoln Memorial on Oct. 2. With midterm elections approaching, they hoped to put on a show of political strength to energize struggling Democratic candidates.

Paul Greenberg | October 11, 2010

Whenever some politician portrays himself as the source of all blessings (thanks to your tax money, sucker), a scene from the movie "Lawrence of Arabia" comes to mind.

Katie Gage | October 11, 2010

Since the beginning of the 2008 cycle, Big Labor has donated more than $500 million to political campaigns, with an overwhelming majority of that going to Members of Congress and candidates for Federal office who support their job-killing policies.

Brian Walsh | October 11, 2010

We know that there's an exciting race between John Adler, a career tax-and-spend politician, and Republican outsider Jon Runyan. Runyan is ahead.

Guy Benson | October 11, 2010

Robert Dold, the GOP's hopeful candidate in Illinois' 10th district, is a successful small businessman. "We do pest control, which a lot of people think is perfect for Washington, DC," Dold jokes.

Salena Zito | October 11, 2010

When voters walk into their precincts in 20-odd days for the midterm election, they won’t think about "saving" Democrats or "helping" Republicans. They will think about themselves.

Joseph C. Phillips | October 11, 2010

Had Republicans eschewed big-government conservatism in favor of traditional conservatism, there would have been no need for Tea Party activism.

Michael Barone | October 11, 2010

I've known Mitch Daniels since he was a staffer for Sen. Richard Lugar in the 1980s, and for years he struck me as one of the least likely candidates for public office.

Mike Adams | October 11, 2010

There’s an exhibit in a Colorado art gallery, which is stirring up outrage from observers who say it depicts Mohammad in a sexual act.

Star Parker | October 11, 2010

Atlantic Magazine journalist and blogger Jeffrey Goldberg is trying to understand why blacks are such “very forgiving people.”

Lurita Doan | October 11, 2010

Nearly every Obama administration initiative demands new, more complicated reporting and compliance filings on small businesses and entrepreneurs.

Bruce Bialosky | October 11, 2010

California has 12% of America’s population. The results of the upcoming election will determine the future not only of the state, but likely the nation as well.

Sun, Oct 10, 2010

Caroline Glick | October 10, 2010

The man who stole his office and then killed his countrymen to protect his crime will be greeted as a conquering hero.

Kevin McCullough | October 10, 2010

The media and the radical activists are attempting to "Matthew Shepard" Clementi's story and reputation.

Austin Hill | October 10, 2010

If you're Obama, here's how you react to multiple crises...

Ken Connor | October 10, 2010

The quest for victory in politics and the power it brings often brings out the worst in people, as with Alan Grayson's recent attack ad.

Debra J. Saunders | October 10, 2010

There aren't a lot of walls around Carly Fiorina.

Steve Chapman | October 10, 2010

Spending huge sums of money and getting no results to justify the expense: That's the relentless, and accurate, Republican critique of President Barack Obama's efforts to revive the U.S. economy.

Brian Walsh | October 10, 2010

Within two short years of taking office, Arizona’s unemployment has jumped from 6.7 percent to an unacceptably high rate of 9.6 percent under Ann Kirkpatrick’s failed agenda of more spending and fewer jobs.

Paul Jacob | October 10, 2010

For politicians, its never duck season, it's voters' rights season.