Sat, Nov 06, 2010

Doug Giles | November 06, 2010

According to the Progressives, women cannot be “real women” if they don’t fit the Progressives’ script.

Dick Morris and Eileen McGann | November 06, 2010

Now that President Obama has experienced the same baptism of fire as Bill Clinton did in the midterm elections, the obvious question is whether he will move to the center in a bid to save his presidency and win re-election.

Rob Schwarzwalder | November 06, 2010

This week, roughly twice as many blacks voted Republican as in 2008. Latino Republican voters also increased, albeit more modestly.

Kathryn Lopez | November 06, 2010

You win some, you lose some; We've seen that idea playing out in these midterm elections.

Fri, Nov 05, 2010

Caroline Glick | November 05, 2010

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu is playing with fire. And Israel is getting burned.

Jonah Goldberg | November 05, 2010

Rep. Barney Frank seems simply aggrieved during his victory speech that he was forced to take a race seriously.

Rich Galen | November 05, 2010

We're pretty much done with that pesky election of 2010, so here is my analysis about President Obama's chances to be re-elected.

Howard Rich | November 05, 2010

Mere days after winning the presidency on the strength of his proposed “middle class tax cuts,” U.S. President Barack Obama switched gears and began outlining his vision for a massive “economic stimulus” – one that he promised would create three million jobs.

Michelle Malkin | November 05, 2010

Do Americans share President Obama's desire to impose redistributive social justice on the well off?

Brent Bozell | November 05, 2010

On Election Day, the Supreme Court heard arguments in the case Schwarzenegger vs. Entertainment Merchants Association.

David Limbaugh | November 05, 2010

I take no great pleasure in having been correct in predicting Barack Obama's reaction to his Tuesday "shellacking."

Mona Charen | November 05, 2010

It's an occupational hazard of pundits to see what they want to see in election returns.

Oliver North | November 05, 2010

PIERRE, S.D. -- Next week, America will observe its 56th Veterans Day. It hasn't always been so.

Pat Buchanan | November 05, 2010

Barack Obama's dream of being a transformational president who alters the course of his country died 48 hours ago.

Suzanne Fields | November 05, 2010

Let's raise a cup o' cheer for robust, aggressive debate, especially for a democracy in an election campaign.

Linda Chavez | November 05, 2010

Tuesday was a great night for Republicans, but it would have been better yet had Sen. Harry Reid gone down to defeat.

Paul Greenberg | November 05, 2010

It's all over but the post-mortems as the politicos and pundits do their endless thing after every election, analyzing and re-analyzing the entrails to explain the results and predict the future.

Donald Lambro | November 05, 2010

WASHINGTON -- The new conservative majority in the House and at least six more Republicans in the Senate gives the GOP de facto control of Congress and its agenda for the next two years.

Bill Murchison | November 05, 2010

Well, look, the president said, while reflecting somberly on why he got "shellacked" at the polls.

Thu, Nov 04, 2010

Diana West | November 04, 2010

Will the GOP seize its historic mandate to legislate according to conservative principles, or, mistaking weakness for magnanimity in the pink clouds of victory, will it succumb to the siren song of "compromise"?

Cliff May | November 04, 2010

Last week, not for the first time, Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas said he was considering declaring a Palestinian state and asking the United Nations to recognize it.

Jonah Goldberg | November 04, 2010

The coming GOP congressional surge will inevitably lead to a lot of disarray on the right.

Janice Shaw Crouse | November 04, 2010

When words like “huge” or “massive” don’t seem big enough to describe the scale of the conservative victories of the midterm election of 2010, the pundits reach for words like “tsunami” and “hurricane.”

Shawn Ambrosino | November 04, 2010

The bottom line is, it’s been a lengthy, bitter, bloody and dirty race to the end, and I’m glad we won’t be seeing all the smears on TV anymore.

Matt Barber | November 04, 2010

The party will either return to the tried-and-true principles of unsullied Reagan conservatism, or the new Republican revolution will fizzle faster than you can say "Obama is a socialist."

Michael Barone | November 04, 2010

It seems that the 2010 elections have produced results that are unprecedented in the lifetimes of most readers.

Jackie Gingrich Cushman | November 04, 2010

What advice would Newt Gingrich give John Boehner?

Ken Blackwell | November 04, 2010

As the new Congress looks for ways to cut federal spending, let’s hope that the U.S. contribution to the UN budget comes under the closest scrutiny.

Mike Adams | November 04, 2010

There can be little doubt that most contemporary First Amendment problems are caused by self-proclaimed liberals.

Matt Kibbe | November 04, 2010

America must seek to promote free market environmental solutions that will add jobs to our economy.

Victor Davis Hanson | November 04, 2010

On Tuesday voters rejected President Obama's attempt to remake America in the image of an imploding Europe.

Larry Elder | November 04, 2010

Politicians take contradictory pledges because voters send contradictory signals.

Tony Blankley | November 04, 2010

Removing the snake from the garden with a stick was a rejection of the snake, but should not be seen as particularly an endorsement of the stick.

Cal Thomas | November 04, 2010

The cynic in me says that Democrats will learn nothing from the midterm election.

Debra J. Saunders | November 04, 2010

At his post-victory news conference Wednesday morning, Governor elect Jerry Brown showed why he won the election with a million votes to spare.

David Harsanyi | November 04, 2010

If you're not angry, you haven't been paying attention.

Matt Towery | November 04, 2010

Those who've followed this column over the years know that when President Obama was first elected, I tried valiantly to give him the benefit of the doubt.

Ed Feulner | November 04, 2010

Nobody enjoys paying taxes. Not the ones the government deducts from every paycheck. Not sales taxes. And certainly not the check that millions of us write to the IRS every year.

Steve Chapman | November 04, 2010

There are lots of metaphors flying around to describe Tuesday's Republican victory. Landslide. Earthquake. Tsunami.

Emmett Tyrrell | November 04, 2010

Liberals are having a difficult time explaining what happened to them Election Day.

Ross Mackenzie | November 04, 2010

Now that the elections are over, will the Republicans go back to their old ways and be just as bad as they were before?

Willie Soon and David Legates | November 04, 2010

Bjorn Lomborg, author of The Skeptical Environmentalist and Cool It, is right about the need to focus on critical health and economic priorities. But he is wrong about human carbon dioxide emissions causing what is now being called “global climate disruption.”

Larry Kudlow | November 04, 2010

Momentous events this week -- the Republican House sweep and the Fed's QE2 -- moved the stock market needle only a little over Tuesday and Wednesday, although the net impact was a gain of about 90 points.

Wed, Nov 03, 2010

Ann Coulter | November 03, 2010

After Tuesday's election, the fresh new faces of the Democratic Party are ... Harry Reid and Jerry Brown!

Jillian Bandes | November 03, 2010

President Obama smacked his lips repeatedly and declared his love for Slurpees in a wide-ranging press conference on Wednesday that highlighted his charisma and unwillingness to compromise.

Ken Klukowski | November 03, 2010

Many newer video games depict graphic violence, such as torturing and defiling women and children. These games are sold to kids. The Supreme Court is considering whether the First Amendment forbids states from restricting the sale of these games to minors.

Frank Gaffney | November 03, 2010

It seems that, thanks to Saudi Arabia, the latest effort to kill Americans with sophisticated bombs failed. Thanks to Saudi Arabia, we are certain to be subjected to more such attacks in the future.

Michael Reagan | November 03, 2010

Our country was founded on a revolutionary concept -- a new kind of government both empowered and controlled by its citizens. This idea, the very foundation of our great experiment in democracy, was betrayed with enactment of the new healthcare act. Every poll showed that a majority of Americans rejected this legislation and yet Congress ran right over the majority will of the American people and enacted it into law.

Hugh Hewitt | November 03, 2010

States that have hemorrhaged jobs and opportunities over the past many years of misrule by Democratic governors and Democratic majorities have to take quick and decisive action on three fronts.

Guy Benson | November 03, 2010

Marco Rubio. Nikki Haley. Tim Scott. Amidst nonstop accusations of racial prejudice from the MSM, Republicans elected a diverse cast of conservatives in key races last night, which should put to rest the canard that opposition to Obama-Pelosi Dems is fueled by race.

Jillian Bandes | November 03, 2010

Tea partiers won some and lost some last night, but their influence was strong enough to make a statement: the movement has made a difference.

Herb London | November 03, 2010

In what can only be described as the corruption of politics, Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert had a “sanity rally” recently to energize Democrats and counter the Glenn Beck “Restoring Honor” rally.

Jonah Goldberg | November 03, 2010

After Barack Obama's election in 2008, the phrase was on the lips of progressive prognosticators everywhere.

Michael Medved | November 03, 2010

In the wake of sweeping Republican gains in yesterday’s elections, the biggest question facing President Obama is whether to act like Clinton did when faced with changing political realities.

Michelle Malkin | November 03, 2010

No more compromising deals behind closed doors. No more compromising bailouts in times of manufactured crisis.

John Stossel | November 03, 2010

It's exciting to know that by the time you read this, the Republicans will have probably retaken the House.

Walter E. Williams | November 03, 2010

One tragedy of war is that its victors write its history and often do so with bias and dishonesty. That's true about our War of 1861, erroneously called a civil war.

Brent Bozell | November 03, 2010

On The Daily Show, Obama claimed," Obama claimed he had done so much, "We have done things that some folks don't even know about!"

Michael Gerson | November 03, 2010

WASHINGTON -- In the history of badly timed book titles, Los Angeles Times reporters Tom Hamburger and Peter Wallsten hold a distinguished place.

Ben Shapiro | November 03, 2010

The 2010 midterm election represented the first glimmers of America's political maturation.

Austin Bay | November 03, 2010

New congressional leaders will demand Obama exhibit the resolve of a committed commander in chief.

Paul Greenberg | November 03, 2010

The best idea some public officials ever have is to resign, effective immediately. Resignation remains the sincerest form of apology.

Jacob Sullum | November 03, 2010

Does a zombie count as "an image of a human being"? What about an android or a shape-shifting alien? If his arm regenerates when you hack it off, does that still amount to "maiming"?

Marybeth Hicks | November 03, 2010

We traditional, conservative Americans started paying closer attention. We realized that despite the liberal media’s portrayal of us, we’re not alone, we’re not stupid, we’re not unsophisticated and we’re not victims.

Tue, Nov 02, 2010

Paul Kengor | November 02, 2010

In 2008, the American voter decisively elected as president a man that the widely respected, non-partisan National Journal had named the “most liberal member of the Senate” in 2007, to the left of even Barbara Boxer, Ted Kennedy, and Hillary Clinton.

Caroline Glick | November 02, 2010

Since the Obama administration has barred US officials from referring to terrorists as terrorists, John Brennan simply referred to the Islamic terrorists in Yemen who tried to send bombs to synagogues in Chicago as "individuals."

Andrew Tallman | November 02, 2010

One of the challenges in approaching any complicated topic is to deal with each particular slice of the discussion on its own merits.

Donald Lambro | November 02, 2010

The 2010 midterm elections will go down in history as a major grassroots rebellion against the liberal ruling class.

Janice Shaw Crouse | November 02, 2010

Two-thirds of Americans believe country is on the wrong track.

Brian Walsh | November 02, 2010

I want to thank you for reading this column daily and for all the support you’ve shown Republican candidates across the country over the past two years.

Armstrong Williams | November 02, 2010

Remember, GOP: Govern, don't goad. It's pretty simple, voters didn't so much as vote Republicans in than they voted Democrats out.

John Hawkins | November 02, 2010

If you ask the Left, they'll give you every excuse in the book for why they're going to get their brains beaten out today. The economy is bad, Obama cooperates too much with the Republicans, the American people are irrational, it's Bush's fault -- it goes on and on.

Guy Benson | November 02, 2010

A number of Illinois GOP operatives have expressed concerns about an eleventh-hour development in the Senate race: A $1 million cash infusion from the DNC into the state late on Saturday.

Thomas Sowell | November 02, 2010

Guess who said the following: "We have tried spending money. We are spending more than we have ever spent before and it does not work." Was it Sarah Palin? Rush Limbaugh? Karl Rove?

Byron York | November 02, 2010

"I mean, it would be one thing if they had kind of gone away and gone off into the desert," President Obama said recently about the Republican Party.

Chuck Norris | November 02, 2010

The fact is the tax man cometh for us all unless we cut him off at the pass (read: at the polls) by not electing or re-electing tax-increasing candidates.

Mike Adams | November 02, 2010

Dear Eric, Right now as you are reading your email a suspect is being rounded up on the outskirts of Quito, Ecuador.

David Limbaugh | November 02, 2010

I'll never forget how Al Gore's Democrats tried to steal the 2000 presidential election and then spent the next eight years complaining about Republicans stealing their "democracy."

Mona Charen | November 02, 2010

As we head to the polls, it's a good time to recall the wisdom of Milton Friedman. "There are four ways in which you can spend money..."

Cal Thomas | November 02, 2010

For newly empowered congressional Republicans, priority one must be an extension of the Bush tax cuts. There should be enough votes not only from a new Republican majority, but also from some of the decimated and dispirited (and even newly elected) Democrats. If President Obama is smart, he won't veto the bill.

Dennis Prager | November 02, 2010

There is an American tradition of voting not for the party, but "for the man." Unlike Europeans, who are more ideologically driven, Americans have prided themselves in assessing individuals of both parties, and then voting for the more personally impressive candidate.

Pat Buchanan | November 02, 2010

Though Obama "may lose control of Congress," says columnist David Broder, he "can still storm back to win a second term in 2012."

Debra J. Saunders | November 02, 2010

If you are a big fan of Comedy Central's Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert, you probably got a big kick out of the title of Saturday's "Rally to Restore Sanity and/or Fear" on the National Mall in Washington.

Phyllis Schlafly | November 02, 2010

When the liberals and the feminists, including Hillary Clinton, began saying the "village" should raise the child, most people recognized village as a metaphor for government.

Bill Murchison | November 02, 2010

I write before the election has even been held. Wouldn't you know it? -- obliged to traffic in certainties while lacking Final Certainty.

J. T. Young | November 02, 2010

There are two stories in this election: the President and the Tea Party. That a third party could so quickly emerge and share the political storyline with the President is indeed news. However, this is hardly the first time a third party has had an impact on American politics. What makes the Tea Party novel is that it is fundamentally different from any of the third parties of the last 100 years.

Carrie Lukas | November 02, 2010

Voters won't just be sending a new set of political insiders to Washington. Many of the newly elected will come from outside of the political arena.

Mon, Nov 01, 2010

Sandy Rios | November 01, 2010

From jumping up and down making loud, simultaneous noises to listening to the familiar strains of “Love Train” and the wit of Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert, Saturday’s “Rally to Restore Sanity” merits comparison to the Land of Oz.

Paul Kengor | November 01, 2010

The fourth of five installments in a series of weekly interviews with Dr. Paul Kengor, author of "Dupes: How America’s Adversaries Have Manipulated Progressives for a Century."

Rachel Alexander | November 01, 2010

The biggest contributors to political campaigns come from the left. Many of these organizations are closely tied to government

Rachel Marsden | November 01, 2010

Just because something is popular in the realm of unlawful behaviour doesn’t mean that it has run rampant, or that anyone other than those currently using it would want to be exposed to it.

Brian Walsh | November 01, 2010

In Ohio’s 18th Congressional District, the race is quickly heating up between Pelosi Puppet Zack Space and Republican Bob Gibbs.

Rick Berman | November 01, 2010

The scariest Halloween costume on the racks this year wasn't a Twilight or Harry Potter getup.

Rich Galen | November 01, 2010

The story changed. After attempting to convince us for the past nine months that Democrats were merely taking a breath, playing rope-a-dope, biding their time, and just gathering themselves for the final push in which they would really surprise us, we are now being told that Republicans are not going to do as well as they should have done.

Laura Hollis | November 01, 2010

We cannot vote Obama out of office this year. But we can thwart his crippling agenda if we remove his minions.

Michael Barone | November 01, 2010

Heading into what appears to be a disastrous midterm election, the Obama Democrats profess to be puzzled.

Mike Adams | November 01, 2010

The 2012 presidential election is fast approaching. The five Republican candidates are participating in a nationally televised debate. One of the questions read by the moderator is selected from among dozens submitted by audience members.

Star Parker | November 01, 2010

In most elections, we’re all pretty much on the same page about who we are as a nation. The debate is about details concerning how it’s going to be managed. This year the debate is about what page we’re on.

Ken Blackwell | November 01, 2010

Sen. John Kerry recently complained that we are in “a period of know-nothingism in the country, where truth and science and facts don’t weigh in. It’s all short-order, lowest common denominator, cheap-seat politics.”

Lurita Doan | November 01, 2010

Regardless of the outcome of Tuesday’s election, the close of the 111th congress punctuates Nancy Pelosi’s tenure as, arguably, the worst Speaker of the House in the history of the United States.

Dick Morris and Eileen McGann | November 01, 2010

Signs of an unmistakable Republican trend are brightening the chances of a GOP takeover of the U.S. Senate.

Joseph C. Phillips | November 01, 2010

For decades the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People fought the good fight against racial discrimination.

Bruce Bialosky | November 01, 2010

Millions of Americans still wonder why our current President remains so utterly clueless on economic policy. There is certainly a good argument that his leftist agenda, illustrated by his tiresome class-warfare blather and his continuing scorn for our most productive – and most job-creating – citizens, is the crux of the problem.

Jillian Bandes | November 01, 2010

Republican Bill Johnson has an uphill battle in the Buckeye State. But if he can pull it off, Republicans everywhere can rest easy on Election Day.

Carol Platt Liebau | November 01, 2010

For those who might be wavering, here are a few reasons why Election 2010 is so important. Tomorrow, I will be voting a straight Republican ticket because...

Paul Greenberg | November 01, 2010

There is the party of hope and there is the party of memory, and often enough they are the same party just a couple of years removed.

Janice Shaw Crouse | November 01, 2010

Stanley Kurtz’s new book, “Radical-in-Chief: Barack Obama and the Untold Story of American Socialism,” is a detailed look into the forces that shaped Barack Obama.

Sun, Oct 31, 2010

Brian Walsh | October 31, 2010

Although many think of Florida as a state of beaches and amusement parks, the area around the state’s capitol is a unique combination of lowland history and Dixie tradition.

Ken Connor | October 31, 2010

The Tea Party phenomenon, in particular, has the likes of Matthews, Maddow, and Olbermann sputtering with outrage and confusion.

David Stokes | October 31, 2010

As the nation prepares to mark the second anniversary of Barack Obama’s election to the presidency with widespread repudiation of his hope and change agenda, theories abound as to what has caused the wheels to fall off what was once a formidable political juggernaut. Here’s my take—Mr. Obama, unlike most of the previous residents at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, decided to skip his first term and govern like a second term president.

Salena Zito | October 31, 2010

When the unwashed masses head to voting booths in less than two days, they will be thinking about how our growing government has affected their lives.

Austin Hill | October 31, 2010

With a staunch rejection of Barack Obama’s transformational agenda at hand, let’s consider how the President and his “friends” might try to target and blame Americans for it all.

Debra J. Saunders | October 31, 2010

Former Gov. Pete Wilson is the only politician to have beat Jerry Brown in an election. Now Wilson serves as Meg Whitman's campaign chairman.

Steve Chapman | October 31, 2010

Divided we stand, united we fall. I know, I've got the old adage backward. But when it comes to solving one of the biggest problems looming over the nation -- the federal budget deficit -- backward could be the best way to go.

Michael Prell | October 31, 2010

If it is true that, as America goes, so go the Yankees, then what has changed about America and the Yankees since the days of Babe Ruth?

James Allen | October 31, 2010

In the 2010 elections, Arizona has the chance to be an important part of the Republican take-back of Congress, providing the opportunity to flip five House seats to the type of conservative Republicans the country needs.

Frank Turek | October 31, 2010

While Jesus was often more diplomatic, he knew that sometimes you need to be blunt with people. Sometimes you need to be direct instead of dancing around the issues.

Paul Jacob | October 31, 2010

Horrors! Doing the right thing will be scary for a lot of people.