Sat, Feb 12, 2011

Austin Hill | February 12, 2011

Think back a long time ago. Stretch your mind, and go all the way back to January 21st, 2011.

Dick Morris and Eileen McGann | February 12, 2011

Now is the time for the House Republicans to challenge President Obama to cut spending by voting to slash non-defense discretionary spending by the full $100 billion they promised in their 2010 campaign!

David Harsanyi | February 12, 2011

This week, the House failed to pass a one-year reauthorization of three provisions of the Patriot Act, even though the Republican leadership tried fast-tracking the effort without allowing the traditional airing of grievances.

Mike Needham | February 12, 2011

It’s been a long time since you could say this, but last week was a great week for conservatives in Washington.

Larry Kudlow | February 12, 2011

A week after Ronald Reagan’s 100th birthday celebration, comparisons between presidents Obama and Reagan continue.

Fri, Feb 11, 2011

Kathryn Lopez | February 11, 2011

She was "small, bubbly and joyful. She had a radiant smile," with a "sweet" face. And yet, she wept.

Brent Bozell | February 11, 2011

The top of the pop charts has become a low, low place indeed. Just last summer, the singer Cee Lo Green took popular culture one rung lower into the sewer with the release of his song titled "F--- You."

Oliver North | February 11, 2011

On Thursday morning, the heads of America's intelligence services went to Capitol Hill to testify before the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence on worldwide threats to the United States.

Michelle Malkin | February 11, 2011

Thanks to the persistent investigative work of young pro-life journalists, Planned Parenthood's ruthless, money-grubbing colors are on full, fresh YouTube display.

David Limbaugh | February 11, 2011

>While The New York Times is gloating over "turmoil" in the GOP House "ranks," internal disagreements over spending and other issues are a healthy development and should lead to more disciplined and aggressive action.

Mona Charen | February 11, 2011

Companies are quietly redesigning their products to accommodate the needs of (shh, don't say it aloud) aging baby boomers.

Cal Thomas | February 11, 2011

One of liberalism's many problems is that once an idea or program is proved wrong and unworkable, liberals rarely acknowledge their mistake and examine the root cause of their error so they don't repeat it.

Pat Buchanan | February 11, 2011

George W. Bush must have been the despair of the history department of every school his daddy managed to get him into.

Michael Gerson | February 11, 2011

For those who are prone to be prone to such things, recent events in Egypt are further evidence of declining American global influence.

Suzanne Fields | February 11, 2011

Democracy is more than a word. The protesting Egyptians and the watching world are learning that between the Egyptian army and the Muslim Brotherhood stand a lot to overcome.

Terry Jeffrey | February 11, 2011

When Ronald Reagan delivered his farewell address more than two decades ago, he cited one regret: a continuing deficit he had put the nation on track to eliminate.

Linda Chavez | February 11, 2011

House Democrats have been taunting Republicans to come up with concrete budget cuts ever since the GOP rode to victory last November on a platform of reducing spending.

Diana West | February 11, 2011

The "Supreme Guide" of the Muslim Brotherhood, Muhammad Mahdi Akef, while praising Osama bin Laden, urged teaching young people "the principles of jihad so as to create mujahidin who love to die as much as others love to live."

Matt Towery | February 11, 2011

Liberals and Democrats go nuts whenever any columnist dares to suggest that John F. Kennedy had more in common with Ronald Reagan than he did with, say, Kennedy's brother Bobby during the latter's bid for the presidency in 1968; or with another brother, Ted Kennedy, during most of his career in the U.S. Senate.

Donald Lambro | February 11, 2011

The Democratic-run investigative panel's 600-page report on what caused the financial crisis was promptly thrown onto a dusty shelf, where most congressional inquiries are soon forgotten, late last month.

Marc Levin | February 11, 2011

Along with scores of conservative Republicans, right-of-center values won the 2010 midterm elections, as the principles of limited government, reduced spending and public-sector accountability earned the frustrated public’s support.

Alex Cortes | February 11, 2011

Republicans have become a bit of a broken record when it comes to tort reform.

Thu, Feb 10, 2011

Floyd and Mary Beth Brown | February 10, 2011

On a beautifully calm winter day near the Sea of Galilee, Governor Mike Huckabee shared with a group of Americans his concern for the future of Israel.

Brian Birdnow | February 10, 2011

In a press conference last week New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg congratulated himself on having masterminded a sting operation wherein he sent undercover NYC agents to a gun show in Tucson, Arizona.

Cliff May | February 10, 2011

Amid a harmattan of news, analysis and commentary blowing out of Egypt, one Twitter post stands out.

Hugh Hewitt | February 10, 2011

The number of Republican Members of Congress who appeared on my radio show between their “thumpin’” in 2006 and their return to power in 2010 who admitted with apparent remorse that “We lost our way” is easily in double digits.

Jackie Gingrich Cushman | February 10, 2011

What was the takeaway from last weekend's Super Bowl experience? It's time to get back to the basics.

Michael Barone | February 10, 2011

Political pundits of a certain stripe have been lamenting the disappearance of Republican moderates for years. It's time now to lament the disappearance of moderate Democrats.

Victor Davis Hanson | February 10, 2011

California Gov. Jerry Brown must rapidly close a $25 billion budgetary shortfall. But right now it seems almost a hopeless task since the state's disastrous budget is a symptom, not the cause, of California's much larger nightmare.

Ken Blackwell | February 10, 2011

Bill Bennett engaged in a fine discussion of strategy on his radio talk show recently. Marc Thiessen, a visiting fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, came on Bill’s Morning in America show to directly contradict the host.

Cal Thomas | February 10, 2011

One of liberalism's many problems is that once an idea or program is proved wrong and unworkable, liberals rarely acknowledge their mistake and examine the root cause of their error so they don't repeat it.

Debra J. Saunders | February 10, 2011

In one of her many iterations, Arianna Huffington targeted "corporate greed" as a force undermining America. That was during one of her populist phases, which frequently are followed by Huffington morphing into what she once scorned.

Humberto Fontova | February 10, 2011

Time Magazine just listed Che Guevara among the world’s top 25 political icons. Che ranks number 9, between Adolph Hitler (8) and Ronald Reagan (10.) Mao Tse Tung ranks 3rd, Genghis Khan 5th, and Mohandas Gandhi 1st.

Sandy Rios | February 10, 2011

With the constant invocation of “what would Reagan do,” the amnesia about what he actually did do and say about conservatism is amazing.

Steve Chapman | February 10, 2011

America doesn't feel much like the champion of the world these days. Everywhere we look, we see other countries outdoing us -- in economic growth, educational performance and men's soccer.

Kyle Olson | February 10, 2011

Few school districts in America rival the dire condition of Detroit Public Schools: staggering dropout rates, functionally-illiterate high school graduates, a dysfunctional school board and a sea of red ink.

Emmett Tyrrell | February 10, 2011

The other night while watching the Super Bowl, I became increasingly aware that the Angry Left might have a point about the Giant Corporations.

Howard Rich | February 10, 2011

Have recent elections taught Republicans nothing?

Larry Kudlow | February 10, 2011

The January employment report was a complete snow job. Abominable winter blizzards across the country caused 886,000 workers to report "not at work due to bad weather," according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Timothy Riley | February 10, 2011

The egg that is the president’s health care reform legislation is starting to crack.

Helen Whalen Cohen | February 10, 2011

When someone goes to Capitol Hill, it’s usually to ask for a favor. But Babies Go to Congress, an event sponsored by Heartbeat International, is about bringing a message to lawmakers-that pregnancy centers are good for America.

Wed, Feb 09, 2011

Ann Coulter | February 09, 2011

Based on what I've heard from the mainstream media, I'm pretty sure the conservative movement is now being led either by Jared Loughner or GOProud's president, Chris Barron.

Jeff Jacoby | February 09, 2011

Free and democratic societies take chances. They guarantee freedom of speech and of the press, despite the risk that harmful, foolish, or depraved ideas may be promoted.

Rich Galen | February 09, 2011

Here's what's likely to happen in Egypt: It will evolve into a Turkish-like government with the civil side adopting a pro-Islamic stance, while the military makes certain the place doesn't turn into Afghanistan under the Taliban.

Thomas Sowell | February 09, 2011

While everyone's attention seems to be focused on the crisis in Egypt, a bombshell revelation about the administration's foreign policy in Europe has largely gone unnoticed.

Michelle Malkin | February 09, 2011

At Philadelphia's 30th Street Station on Tuesday, lifelong government rail promoter Vice President Joe Biden unveiled a $53 billion high-speed train initiative and half-joked: "I'm like the ombudsman for Amtrak." As with most gaffetastic Biden-isms, the remark should prompt more heartburn than hilarity.

John Stossel | February 09, 2011

At last month's State of the Union, President Obama said America needs more passenger trains. How does he know?

Walter E. Williams | February 09, 2011

Sam Kazman's "Drug Approvals and Deadly Delays" article in the Journal of American Physicians and Surgeons (Winter 2010), tells a story about how the U.S. Food and Drug Administration's policies have led to the deaths of tens of thousands of Americans. Let's look at how it happens.

Brent Bozell | February 09, 2011

Those censorious liberals who truly hate the very existence of the Fox News Channel denounce it for being a political organization, not truly a news network. Behind that line is decades of liberals being able to strangle, smother and spike news stories they didn't like.

Tony Blankley | February 09, 2011

Last Sunday, the media were reporting that the Muslim Brotherhood was sitting down with Egyptian Vice President Omar Suleiman, in a completely unrelated story, the BBC reported that British Prime Minster David Cameron announced that "State multiculturalism has failed": "David Cameron has criticized 'state multiculturalism' in his first speech as prime minister on radicalization and the causes of terrorism.

Michael Medved | February 09, 2011

With America's chief Arab ally teetering on the brink of chaos and collapse, with unemployment stubbornly stuck above 9 percent, will President Barack Obama persist in his feeble efforts to rally the nation with expensive programs for solar panels and high-speed rail?

Ben Shapiro | February 09, 2011

Obsessed with Egypt coverage and the Super Bowl, the media has ignored David Cameron's speech completely.

Debra J. Saunders | February 09, 2011

The Army consistently gave Hasan positive evaluations and promoted him to major in 2009, says the Senate Homeland Security and Government Oversight Committee in a report released last week.

David Harsanyi | February 09, 2011

When will you wing nuts stop referring to our economic restructuring as "socialism"? Winning the 21st century is all about business.

Austin Bay | February 09, 2011

This week, the Pentagon published a national military strategy document, its first revision since 2004. The National Military Strategy, 2011" (NMS 2011) begins with the assertion that the U.S. has reached a "strategic inflection point."

Rich Galen | February 09, 2011

Here's what's likely to happen in Egypt: It will evolve into a Turkish-like government with the civil side adopting a pro-Islamic stance, while the military makes certain the place doesn't turn into Afghanistan under the Taliban.

Kyle Olson | February 09, 2011

Even though the condition of the Oakland Unified School District is so bad that the state of California had to take it over, don’t expect the Oakland Education Association to be bothered with such trivialities.

Ed Feulner | February 09, 2011

“I’m from the government, and I’m here to help.” Ronald Reagan called those “the nine most terrifying words in the English language” -- and with good reason.

Jacob Sullum | February 09, 2011

Ronald Reagan famously summarized the federal government's attitude toward the economy this way: "If it moves, tax it. If it keeps moving, regulate it. And if it stops moving, subsidize it."

Marybeth Hicks | February 09, 2011

Civility is making the headlines lately, but if you dig a bit deeper, barbarism is the real story.

Carrie Schwab Pomerantz | February 09, 2011

Dear Carrie: My fiance and I are tying the knot in April. We're in our late 30s and are really looking forward to our new life together. My big concern is that we haven't spent much time talking about our finances because I know money differences are a big cause of marital problems. What can we do to avoid this?

Tue, Feb 08, 2011

Donald Lambro | February 08, 2011

There are plenty of reasons to be dubious about President Obama's forced fence-mending efforts with the business community as he begins his 2012 campaign for re-election.

Bill Murchison | February 08, 2011

Here's a chunk of the problem with the proposed reconciliation of business and the Obama administration...

Katie Gage | February 08, 2011

When a president nominates someone to a position in a Federal agency, that person goes before the United States Senate, which undertakes its Constitutional responsibility of “advice and consent” under Article II Section II.

Jonah Goldberg | February 08, 2011

One of the few things that critics and friends of Israel can agree on is that Israel is different, a special sort of nation representing a special idea.

Ken Connor | February 08, 2011

One of the hallmarks of contemporary Liberalism is an embrace of multiculturalism. A truly progressive society, so the thinking goes, is one in which people from all walks of life – all racial, ethnic, religious, and cultural backgrounds – can coexist harmoniously, even though they have radically different world views and conflicting notions about how to order themselves in society.

Rebecca Hagelin | February 08, 2011

No matter how successful our children are—in terms of the arts, sports, and academic achievement—it matters little if we’ve failed to set their moral compass for life.

Armstrong Williams | February 08, 2011

Egypt looms largely in the Christian psyche...

Thomas Sowell | February 08, 2011

Now that two different federal courts have declared ObamaCare unconstitutional, the administration's answer is to call the courts guilty of "judicial activism."

Byron York | February 08, 2011

Last year, the Pew Research Center Global Attitudes Project conducted a survey of opinion in several Muslim countries.

Chuck Norris | February 08, 2011

Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and Google services all have been disrupted by Egyptian governing authorities in pursuit of clamping down on protests. And we don't think the U.S. government would do the same?

John Hawkins | February 08, 2011

Liberal luddites who hate capitalism and industry have spent billions to spread global warming propaganda, despite the fact that it looks more like a fraud, a scam, and a hustle every year.

David Limbaugh | February 08, 2011

Republicans look strong each time President Obama assaults the treasury or the democratic process, but people seem more willing to forgive his infractions than they are with other politicians.

Mona Charen | February 08, 2011

As Egypt staggers toward an uncertain future, a familiar complaint is making the opinion rounds in the United States -- namely that Egypt's current predicament is at least in part traceable to the supposed American fondness for propping up corrupt dictators around the globe.

Cal Thomas | February 08, 2011

Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke seemed to be channeling Chicken Little when he warned congressional Republicans that any delay in raising the debt ceiling beyond the current $14.3 trillion cap could have "catastrophic" consequences.

Dennis Prager | February 08, 2011

A few days after this column appears, I will be visiting my 100th country -- Cambodia. I am writing this column aboard a ship on the South China Sea on my way there along with 200 of my radio listeners.

Caroline Glick | February 08, 2011

As the threats against Israel mount from all directions, the job of the IDF Chief of General Staff is becoming more challenging by the day.

Pat Buchanan | February 08, 2011

When a nation fights for its life, ideology goes by the board. With Egypt now comes now the acid test of democratist ideology.

Michael Gerson | February 08, 2011

When Nancy Mitford asked novelist Evelyn Waugh how he could behave so atrociously while claiming to be a practicing Catholic, he responded, "You have no idea how much nastier I would be if I was not a Catholic."

Paul Greenberg | February 08, 2011

Their faces are a mirror of hope, pride, exhilaration ... in short, youth! Direct from Liberation Square in Cairo, they crowd our television screens here in the West, perfectly articulate in a language not their native tongue.

Phyllis Schlafly | February 08, 2011

The liberals have unjustly blamed Sarah Palin for many things, but there's one thing for which she is probably responsible: making feminism the hot topic that it has become today.

Kyle Olson | February 08, 2011

Somewhere back in our school days, we all had a special teacher who made learning fun or who pushed us into achieving more than we thought possible. If you were lucky, you had several teachers like that.

Marvin Olasky | February 08, 2011

The first video to go viral this year (see YouTube) starred Ted Williams, not the hitter but "the man with the golden voice," a 53-year-old homeless guy who has spent the past two decades doing drugs and committing crimes.

Robert Knight | February 08, 2011

Years ago, when I was a Media Fellow at the Hoover Institution at Stanford University, I got to sit down with Martin Anderson, one of Ronald Reagan’s closest advisers.

Craig Shirley | February 08, 2011

Being here in Simi Valley this weekend at the Reagan Library, looking at all the displays, all the history, all the memorabilia, all the testimonies and all the thousands of people who travel off the beaten path to journey to this, his last resting place, it suddenly dawned on me. There is no one Reagan legacy.

Mon, Feb 07, 2011

Paul Kengor | February 07, 2011

This February marks the birth centennial of Ronald Reagan. As a Reagan biographer, I’m often asked how Reagan was different from his predecessors, Republican and Democrat, and especially in the area of foreign policy.

Robert Morrison | February 07, 2011

Christiane Amanpour is ABC News’ highly touted host of This Week. She came from CNN, where she made a reputation as a fearless foreign correspondent.

Rachel Marsden | February 07, 2011

Actor Charlie Sheen has been all over the news this week in the wake of yet another porn "star" and cocaine bender.

Rachel Alexander | February 07, 2011

The Super Bowl is the most-watched television program in America. It draws an average audience of 106.5 million viewers.

Rich Galen | February 07, 2011

Katie Couric (D-CBS), Brian Williams (I-NBC), Anderson Cooper (?-CNN), and Christiane Amanpour (Christian Democrat-ABC) all bailed out of Egypt when their corporate masters decided that having them in Cairo was not adding enough news value to offset the risk of physical harm.

Lee Habeeb | February 07, 2011

Repeal and replace. Those were the two words that captured the imagination of Americans who opposed the lumbering leviathan known as ObamaCare. We turned out by the millions at the polls to help make those two words a reality.

Romina Boccia | February 07, 2011

Centuries ago, revolutionaries exchanged secret letters and waited for messages carried on horseback to provide news of how comrades fared on other fronts. Today, the world is captivated by the news, images, and video on global events, which are shared over the Internet by people all over the world instantly.

J. T. Young | February 07, 2011

The difference between shareholders and citizens is the reason business reforms and government doesn’t. The difference explains why a virtuous cycle of savings prevails in the former and a vicious cycle of spending prevails in the latter.

Michael Barone | February 07, 2011

Most campaign rhetoric and political punditry is underpinned by an assumption that perfect solutions are possible, if only people would have the good sense to adopt the candidate's or the pundit's course of action.

Mike Adams | February 07, 2011

An atheist reader has asked that I devote a column to explaining what he sees as my contempt for atheists.

Star Parker | February 07, 2011

Watching the wave of unrest in the Middle East, there are lessons to consider regarding how we view the world and how we manage our lives here at home.

Lurita Doan | February 07, 2011

Obama deserves some credit for his recent interest in innovation and the creative abilities of American entrepreneurs. Now, if only Team Obama would change their tune and review the many White House initiatives and policies that are killing innovation and punishing entrepreneurs.

Bruce Bialosky | February 07, 2011

Hollywood often makes heroes out of undeserving people in order to further their unenlightened agenda. Ten years ago, it was “Erin Brockovich” that received Tinseltown’s royal treatment.

Mike Needham | February 07, 2011

It's only February and we already have a strong contender for the most substantively offensive quote of 2011.

Carol Platt Liebau | February 07, 2011

Big Labor is reaping the rewards for having poured a billion dollars into the Democrats' coffers during the 2008 elections – and spending millions more last November.

Frank Gaffney | February 07, 2011

Like ordinary folks, presidents of the United States are known by the company they keep. It is a test of their character. Often it shapes their policies. In the case of Barack Obama, it may blight his legacy and our nation’s security interests.

Kyle Olson | February 07, 2011

Former American Federation of Teachers President Albert Shanker made teachers' unions what they are today. He was hard-nosed defender of teachers' rights, but he also came clean about public school performance.

Jeff Jacoby | February 07, 2011

Why do so many Americans fear that the Chinese are eating our lunch?

Sun, Feb 06, 2011

Doug Giles | February 06, 2011

What’s interesting to me is listening to the Left explain this Muslim mayhem, murder and demolition.

David Stokes | February 06, 2011

As Egypt continues its lurch toward dystopia and while the rest of the world watches, there are a couple of stories from history that should be remembered.

Salena Zito | February 06, 2011

“It sucked, it sucked, and it was terrific.” That’s a remarkably blunt answer to a question posed to Republican pollster Neil Newhouse about the GOP’s generic-ballot poll numbers in the last three congressional election cycles.

Austin Hill | February 06, 2011

Imagine -California emerges from its’ state of denial, and admits that it is addicted to government spending. And then, after acknowledging its’ addiction, envision the government of California coming to believe that a power greater than itself (the private sector) could restore its’ sanity.

Debra J. Saunders | February 06, 2011

After receiving at least $43 million in aid from the state of Massachusetts, Evergreen Solar announced last month that it would be closing its manufacturing plant in Devens, Mass., laying off its 800 workers and moving its manufacturing operations to China.

Steve Chapman | February 06, 2011

If you want proof that America is a conservative country, Ronald Reagan provides it.

Janice Shaw Crouse | February 06, 2011

Former President Ronald Reagan’s centennial is just around the corner--February 6, the date of this year’s Super Bowl Sunday. It is appropriate to review some of the reasons for his greatness.

Paul Jacob | February 06, 2011

In politics, the spitball ain't off limits.

Kevin McCullough | February 06, 2011

When it comes to your own personal beliefs about slavery, human trafficking, and the exploitation of children, do you realize that you are involved in those practices?