Sat, Jul 12, 2014

John Hawkins | July 12, 2014

There was a time when you could afford to ignore insane ideas in America, but these days you can barely manage to blurt out, "Nobody can be that stupid," before some liberal starts calling for them to be made into laws on MSNBC.

John C. Goodman | July 12, 2014

Paul Krugman and others on the left routinely sneer at the idea that you can actually increase government revenues by cutting tax rates. (Turns out most of the time you can’t, but in some cases you can.)

Scottie Hughes | July 12, 2014

?Wouldn’t $3.7 Billion better be used to build a concrete wall across the border of the United States? The fence that the American people were promised when President George W. Bush signed the Secure Fence Act of 2006 saying “This bill will help protect the American people. This bill will make our borders more secure. It is an important step toward immigration reform."

John Ransom | July 12, 2014

According to Gallup Obama’s popularity with Muslims is just five percentage points below his average of 77 percent that he enjoyed from 2009 to 2014.

Chris Versace | July 12, 2014

Remember that investing is a process, and only by performing this autopsy-like analysis will you understand what went right and why.

Raymond Tanter | July 12, 2014

Consider the strategic value of Iranian dissidents in Iraq, current preparations and prior attacks by Iranian regime proxies, and responsibility to protect.

Ransom Notes Radio | July 12, 2014

The Federal Reserve seems to be completely abandoning its role as the reserve bank of the United States… And, of course, the rest of the government isn’t exactly doing a phenomenal job of boosting our economy. Steve Forbes spoke to John about the proper role of government in the free markets.

Night Watch | July 12, 2014

Ba'athist militants have started "a systematic assassination campaign" against ISIL commanders in areas under their joint control in Diyala Governorate.

Rob Schwarzwalder | July 12, 2014

Mr. Obama appears not to want to accept the Constitution philosophically, but his attitude toward Congress and, when it disagrees with him, the Supreme Court is more akin to that of a spoiled child who, told he cannot have multiple desserts, throws a fit as he considers how best – even if behind his parents’ backs – he can obtain them.

Peter Morici | July 12, 2014

Changes in technology and the economy that permit businesses to use capital far more efficiently will likely drive equities much higher.

Fri, Jul 11, 2014

Paul Greenberg | July 11, 2014

Is there any book so derided as being antiquated and irrelevant, and that remains so contemporary and pertinent as the never really Old Testament?

Paul Greenberg | July 11, 2014

It's an old saying: Be careful what you wish for; you just might get it. In spades. The latest illustration of that adage is provided by our own vice president, for Joe Biden is finally getting his wish.

Linda Chavez | July 11, 2014

Some 50,000 unaccompanied minors have crossed our borders in recent months, and those capable of helping resolve the crisis won't even talk to each other much less come up with a decent plan.

Bill Tatro | July 11, 2014

First let’s understand that impeachment is not removal. It is not even a trial. Impeachment, under Article II of the United States Constitution (Section IV), is analogous to indictment in regular court proceedings.

Ransom Notes Radio | July 11, 2014

Live from FreedomFest 2014! John joins the airwaves from beautiful Las Vegas, to talk about the President’s uncanny ability to avoid doing actual work.

Mallory Carr | July 11, 2014

?The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) released the employment situation for June last week and the outlook is not as worthy of cheerleading as some on the left would have you believe.

Jonah Goldberg | July 11, 2014

All you need to do is look at the headlines out of Central America to see why tens of thousands of children are ending up at our border.

Michael Schaus | July 11, 2014

Like many pet projects that are adopted by Liberal millionaire activists, Michael Bloomberg’s crusade against legal gun ownership has showcased the New Yorker’s disdain for average Americans… Again.

Humberto Fontova | July 11, 2014

Attorney General Eric Holder can hardly contain his tears when explaining his program titled “Justice AmeriCorps,” to provide emergency legal representation for the tens of thousands of Central American minors crashing our southern border.

Michelle Malkin | July 11, 2014

Some sore losers just don't know when to pick up their billion-dollar marbles and go away. Far, far away.

Michael Barone | July 11, 2014

Skitter, scamper, scuttle. That seems to be the mode of the Obama administration of late.

Brent Bozell | July 11, 2014

Dinesh D'Souza shocked the movie world in 2012 with his anti-President Barack Obama documentary "2016," which became the second highest-grossing documentary in U.S. movie history.

David Limbaugh | July 11, 2014

Only if we understand that Wednesday was "Opposite Day" can we comprehend President Obama's bizarre remarks in Texas concerning our border crisis.

Mona Charen | July 11, 2014

Two University of Miami football players have been arrested and dismissed from the university after being criminally charged with sexual battery on a 17-year-old girl. According to ESPN, the two admitted to buying drinks for the girl and then bringing her back to a dorm room where they engaged in nonconsensual sex acts with her.

Pat Buchanan | July 11, 2014

Can the "Great Silent Majority" of yesteryear be replicated?

Suzanne Fields | July 11, 2014

We weep for Gilad Shaar, Naftali Frenkel, Eyal Yifrach, the three Jewish teenagers whose lives were brutally cut short because they chose to walk home from their religious school, hoping to catch a ride like teenage boys safely do in the civilized neighborhoods of the world.

Diana West | July 11, 2014

Dear Members of Congress: Here's an assignment for you: Watch the 1939 classic "The Wizard of Oz" and pay particular attention to the part in which Dorothy realizes that in her ruby red slippers, she had the magic power she needed all along.

John Ransom | July 11, 2014

Obama played pool and drank a beer with Colorado's Governor Irrelevant, John Hickenlooper. The last time Hickenlooper saw his shadow, he was admitting he didn't understand the legislation that May Michael Bloomberg of New York city had passed in Hick's state of Colorado.

Donald Lambro | July 11, 2014

If you watched MSNBC"s "The Daily Rundown" Monday, you might have been shocked to hear a panel of liberal journalists say some uncomplimentary things about Barack Obama's presidency. With his job approval polls falling, the economy in first gear, incomes in decline, inflation on the rise, good jobs in short supply, and a thicket of administration scandals, the news media has begun to turn against Obama.

Rebecca Hagelin | July 11, 2014

In our culture, we don’t particularly love the thought of rules. We tend to think of them as restrictive, or binding, if you will. But sometimes that binding element is exactly what we need to get our hearts to stay where we need them to in order for them to grow properly.

Rich Tucker | July 11, 2014

The shoot-out requires entirely different skills than the game that’s preceded it, of course. “The match proper is a team game, but a penalty kick is a lone endeavor,” as The Economist explained recently.

Erick Erickson | July 11, 2014

Speaker John Boehner intends to draft legislation in the House of Representatives that would authorize a suit against the president of the United States. The legislation would only pertain to the House, so it would not need the Senate's consent. Given the partisan composition of the House, the legislation will pass. Speaker Boehner will use taxpayer dollars to sue President Obama over President Obama's use, or disuse, of his powers.

Larry Provost | July 11, 2014

In the last year, past civil rights successes have been honored. Yet one of the biggest successes of the movement , the redemption of Governor George Wallace, is intentionally omitted and keeps division alive.

David Williams | July 11, 2014

The American people are continuing to struggle with economic uncertainty and are perplexed as to what it’s going to take to turn the economy around. Recent Department of Commerce (DOC) figures are depressing and don’t help for optimism as consumer spending suffered a 0.1 percent decrease in May, adjusting for inflation.

Brian and Garrett Fahy | July 11, 2014

As far as first times go politically, he was supposed to be perfect. Charming, self-confident, kind-hearted and strong. A guy with an easy smile and an easy way with words. No baggage, thankfully. The kind of guy you thought you could trust. Not like those other guys, with their fake smiles and cheesy pick-up lines. You’d seen that type before, and this guy was different.

Thu, Jul 10, 2014

Rich Galen | July 10, 2014

It is one thing for Republicans to point fingers at President Barack Obama. It is something else for a Democrat to point a finger at Barack Obama.

Victor Davis Hanson | July 10, 2014

No one knows just how many tens of thousands of Central American nationals -- most of them desperate, unescorted children and teens -- are streaming across America's southern border. Yet this phenomenon offers us a proverbial teachable moment about the paradoxes and hypocrisies of Latin American immigration to the U.S.

Derek Hunter | July 10, 2014

It took 5 1/2 years, but we’ve finally found a law President Obama is willing to enforce as written.

Larry Elder | July 10, 2014

The stock market reached a record high last week, closing over 17,000 for the first time. Good news, of course. As President John F. Kennedy famously said, "A rising tide lifts all boats." But it sure helps if you own a boat.

Judge Andrew Napolitano | July 10, 2014

In what appears to be one of Edward Snowden's final revelations, the former CIA and NSA agent has demonstrated conclusively that the National Security Agency has collected and analyzed the contents of emails, text messages, and mobile and landline telephone calls from nine non-targeted U.S. residents for every one U.S. resident it has targeted.

Cal Thomas | July 10, 2014

Frank Sinatra's song about Chicago, "My Kind of Town," "a the town that won't let you down," seems dated in light of last weekend's shooting spree that left 16 dead and dozens wounded in 53 separate incidents.

Jackie Gingrich Cushman | July 10, 2014

Based on this fiscal year's eight-and-a-half months of activity so far, the number of unaccompanied alien children from Honduras apprehended by the U.S. Border Patrol will increase 22 times from what it was in 2009.

Scottie Hughes | July 10, 2014

Students will be lied to. About the victimization of women at the hands of Republicans. About the God-given differences between men and women. About the importance of the family.

Debra J. Saunders | July 10, 2014

Rep. Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah, told MSNBC's Chris Matthews he thinks that Mitt Romney will run for president in 2016 and that "he will be the next president of the United States." The former Massachusetts governor lost the GOP primary in 2008 and then the general election in 2012. What would his 2016 slogan be, "the third time's a charm"?

John Ransom | July 10, 2014

Reforming illegal immigration or the 74,000-page tax code would be way too burdensome. Think of how fair that would be for Obama to enforce then.

Austin Bay | July 10, 2014

I doubt Barzani intentionally echoed Woodrow Wilson's post-World War I call for political self-determination. Kurdish nationalists believe, with good cause, they were grievously wronged after World War I.

Matt Towery | July 10, 2014

Not long ago, Republican Florida Gov. Rick Scott had been written off as politically dead. Just several months back, the incumbent Scott trailed in the polls to Democrat Charlie Crist.

Steve Chapman | July 10, 2014

It's a classic Orwellian nightmare: The government decides to deny you a right it extends to other people, but it won't tell you why and it won't tell you what you can do about it.

Emmett Tyrrell | July 10, 2014

On the day after his 82nd birthday, on Independence Day to be precise, a giant passed away, Richard Scaife. The man had style.

Kristan Hawkins | July 10, 2014

Tuning into coverage of last week’s Hobby Lobby HHS Mandate Supreme Court decision would have generated countless photos and videos of young women cheering the Court’s decision that gave Hobby Lobby and other closely held companies the right to refuse to purchase life-ending drugs that they held were morally reprehensible.

Michael Schaus | July 10, 2014

Christiana Figueres has suggested that only communism is capable of successfully fighting global warming and “climate change”. Of course it’s a strange statement, given the Soviet Union’s abysmal record on environmental issues, and red China’s horrific display of environmental abuse.

Night Watch | July 10, 2014

ISIL is acting quickly to eliminate rivals and malcontents, especially their leaders. The so-called Caliph is reported to have had 13 imams executed over the weekend in Mosul.

Wed, Jul 09, 2014

Ann Coulter | July 09, 2014

Chris McDaniel, candidate for the U.S. Senate from Mississippi, lost the Republican runoff to incumbent Sen. Thad Cochran last month, and now he is being led down a primrose path to political oblivion. McDaniel's passionate supporters think that a moment of crisis for the country is a good time to treat control of the Senate as if it's a prom queen election.

Todd Starnes | July 09, 2014

Pastors and churches have been banned from helping the thousands of illegal immigrant children housed in border detention facilities run by U.S. Customs and Border Protection, clergy in Texas and Arizona tell me.

Jeff Jacoby | July 09, 2014

The law that Hillary Clinton and the others find so disturbing now was, of course, signed by President Bill Clinton in 1993.

John Kass | July 09, 2014

Prominent Chicago Democrats have had an easy time with the national media for decades -- as easy as shaking a ring of keys to distract an anxious child in church.

Michelle Malkin | July 09, 2014

The American Dream is dying for tens of millions of unemployed, underemployed and long-term jobless citizens.

Walter E. Williams | July 09, 2014

During last year's budget negotiation meetings, President Barack Obama told House Speaker John Boehner, "We don't have a spending problem." When Boehner responded with "But, Mr. President, we have a very serious spending problem," Obama replied, "I'm getting tired of hearing you say that."

Dr. Ben Carson | July 09, 2014

It's fortunate the Supreme Court of the United States saw it fit last week to rule that corporations could not be coerced into covering religiously objectionable forms of birth control for their employees.

Brent Bozell | July 09, 2014

MSNBC host Chuck Todd assembled a panel of liberal-media veterans on his morning show "The Daily Rundown" Monday and joked that the assembled heavyweights presented "a nightmare scenario for Brent Bozell." But what these journalists proceeded to issue was a devastating indictment of the Obama presidency and a real nightmare for this president.

Jonah Goldberg | July 09, 2014

While conservatives refuse to celebrate, or even notice, how much of the popular culture is on their side, numbers at the box office prove that many successful movies are actually ones promoting conservative values.

Bob Barr | July 09, 2014

Below are the top five liberal myths about the Hobby Lobby case, and how one might explain why they are wrong.

Ben Shapiro | July 09, 2014

"You never want a serious crisis to go to waste," President Barack Obama's former chief of staff, Rahm Emanuel, once infamously stated. He never bothered to spell out the unspoken corollary to that appalling statement: And if there is no serious crisis available, manufacture one.

Terry Jeffrey | July 09, 2014

Shortly before Richard Nixon was going to formally announce that he would be running again for president in 1968, Pat Buchanan and Rose Mary Woods, two of his closest aides, presented him with an idea.

John Ransom | July 09, 2014

Libertarian alert. More righteous indignation from people who think that covering our eyes and plugging our ears and singing la, la, la, la is a national defense strategy.

Rachel Marsden | July 09, 2014

Humanitarianism and charity can't always be taken at face value, if only because there is no better front for less-than-altruistic endeavors. Most people simply assume that charity automatically equates to goodwill.

Donald Lambro | July 09, 2014

Barack Obama was named the worst president since World War II, according to a survey of the American people who were asked to rate the nation's chief executives over the past 69 years. Obama's unpopularity will come as no surprise to those who've been closely following his big spending presidency. But the really big news was the man who topped the best presidency list: Ronald Reagan.

Jacob Sullum | July 09, 2014

As an Illinois senator running for president in 2008, Barack Obama promised there would be no more "wiretaps without warrants" under his administration.

Michael Schaus | July 09, 2014

Hooray! Higher gas prices! And this hike in prices, of course, will conveniently coincide with increased inflation, stagnating wages, record joblessness, and anemic economic growth. (Haven’t we seen this movie before?)

Night Watch | July 09, 2014

The government and the Palestinian leaders are under pressure to escalate the crisis. Hamas has challenged the Palestinian Authority to join the fight.

Robert Knight | July 09, 2014

?Hillary Clinton thinks it’s a “hard choice” to take a human life.

Ken Connor | July 09, 2014

While its understandable that conscientious Christians are heartened by the outcome of the Hobby Lobby case, we must understand that the Court's ruling in the Hobby Lobby case had virtually nothing to do with the Justices' personal beliefs about the morality of abortifacient drugs, and everything to do – as should be the case – with the law.

Larry Provost | July 09, 2014

Leftist leadership tries to shame America into believing we are perpetrators of oppression, putting ordinary people on the defensive in order to give their failed policies a free pass. In doing so, they have underestimated the people of this great and beautiful land.

Tue, Jul 08, 2014

Mona Charen | July 08, 2014

Could the flood of underage, would-be immigrants over the southern border be "Obama's Katrina" as Susan Page of USA Today warned? No, it's worse. Even the most virulent George W. Bush denigrator would not suggest that the former president actually created the hurricane. This president, by contrast, bears a heavy responsibility for creating the deluge of unaccompanied minors who have recently crashed ashore.

John Stossel | July 08, 2014

Wars, plane crashes, mass murder -- it's easy to report news that happens suddenly. Reporters do a good job covering that. But we do a bad job telling you about what's really changing in the world, because we miss the stories that happen slowly. These are usually the more important stories.

Dennis Prager | July 08, 2014

That insight is pretty much all an American needs to know in order to understand why the American Founders considered religion — specifically ethical monotheism rooted in the Hebrew Bible — indispensable to the American experiment; and why the America we have known since 1776 is in jeopardy.

Michael Schaus | July 08, 2014

Don’t forget what John Maynard Keynes pointed out when advocating for increased government spending: “In the long run, we’re all dead.” Of course, he never said we’d be able to afford the coffin.

Katie Pavlich | July 08, 2014

"Women of America, you are being lied to. Manipulated. Used. By the mainstream media and the Democratic Party – as if there’s a difference – both of which tell you they have your best interests at heart. They don’t."

John Hawkins | July 08, 2014

1) No matter what they fail at, it's always someone else's fault. George Bush did it, the Republicans are mean, the dog ate Obama's homework. It's not his fault that he's flunking every class!

Thomas Sowell | July 08, 2014

Back in the heyday of the British Empire, a man from one of the colonies addressed a London audience.

Ron Paul | July 08, 2014

This week, supporters of religious freedom cheered the Supreme Court's ruling in the Hobby Lobby case. The Court was correct to protect business owners from being forced to violate their religious beliefs by paying for contraceptives. However, the decision was very limited in scope and application.

Chuck Norris | July 08, 2014

Most everyone knows about America's 1776 Declaration of Independence. But did you know that on July 6 a year earlier, Congress initiated a Declaration of the Causes and Necessity of Taking Up Arms?

Michael Barone | July 08, 2014

The American Anthropological Association states that race "is a recent human invention" and "is about culture, not biology."

David Limbaugh | July 08, 2014

Do we conservatives really mean it when we say that we need to promote our ideas in the popular culture through books, movies and other media?

Cal Thomas | July 08, 2014

The cab driver taking me to the Washington Nationals baseball game on July 4 is from Bangladesh. I ask him how he got here. He said his father "won the immigration lottery" some years back, was admitted under U.S. immigration law and eventually became a citizen, as did his son. He is proud to be an American and said after he dropped me off he was going to a traditional Fourth of July party to celebrate America's independence.

Pat Buchanan | July 08, 2014

"So sue me."

Debra J. Saunders | July 08, 2014

In January, President Barack Obama outlined his strategy for 2014. "I've got a pen, and I've got a phone," he said. The president planned on using his pen to sign executive and administrative orders and his phone to call outside groups -- not Congress -- to rally behind his pet programs.

John Ransom | July 08, 2014

What black people in Chicago need is their very own Tea Party. And a Republican Party that has just a hint of imagination when it comes to helping the historic black constituency that it was first formed to protect.

Phyllis Schlafly | July 08, 2014

Americans are waking up to how bad Common Core really is for education, but its nightmare does not go away quickly. Liberal education bureaucrats ("educrats") are now trying to enforce Common Core through the courts, with one lawsuit already filed in Oklahoma and another likely in Louisiana.

Bill Murchison | July 08, 2014

What this country almost certainly doesn't need right now is more laws and regulations; but it doesn't necessarily need fewer laws and regulations, either. What we appear to need above all else is a deeper -- and that's not saying much -- understanding of the purposes for which a civilized society passes laws and enacts regulations. We need, in essence, moral instruction.

Tom Purcell | July 08, 2014

?Ah, summer is here. We all know what that means: The rights crowd will demand that our politicians pass new federal laws to make paid vacation mandatory.

Bill Tatro | July 08, 2014

Most recently we’ve learned that the Federal Reserve has discussed “Gating” bond funds. Apparently, in their quest to keep the persona of American wealth and recovery alive and well, they are suggesting that the stock market and not the bond market is the place to be for everyone.

Jerry Bowyer | July 08, 2014

Last week I attempted to ignite a debate (not a revolt) about the State of America now compared to 238 years ago, when we abolished the authority of the British government over our affairs.

Marvin Olasky | July 08, 2014

For the sake of the children, must we abandon Genesis?

Ransom Notes Radio | July 08, 2014

Katie Pavlich joined the program to talk about the “war on women” and her new book… Stunningly, she doesn’t seem to buy into the Obama-style gender wars…

Jack Kerwick | July 08, 2014 recently published an article by Jonah Goldberg in which the latter identifies patriotism with belief in what he calls “American Exceptionalism” (AE)—i.e. the doctrine that America is the only nation ever to have been founded upon the idea of the “inalienable” rights of all people.

Night Watch | July 08, 2014

The North Korean leaders want the South Korean younger people to act as their agents of change. South Koreans strongly favor some of the terms, such as more frequent people-to-people exchanges.

Armstrong Williams | July 08, 2014

For most Americans, Independence Day is a lot like the beginning of a baseball game. A famous artist sings the National Anthem and everyone in the stadium stands and places their hand upon their heart. Some people sing along or at least mouth the words, but most put on a fake look of sincerity thinking, “Ican’t wait till the song ends so the game can begin.”

Ralph Benko | July 08, 2014

This near-perfect volume appears with almost preternaturally perfect timing around the centenary of the beginning of World War I and, with that, the end of the classical gold standard.

Mon, Jul 07, 2014

Byron York | July 07, 2014

Despite prolonged economic troubles, deep political divisions, headaches abroad, and a sense that the country is on the wrong track, the heartening news this summer is that a majority of people say they often feel proud to be an American.

Paul Greenberg | July 07, 2014

Americans have many blessings to count, not least among them the foreigners who come here to learn from us and wind up teaching us. The most insightful of them understand us better than we do ourselves, can see us more clearly than we see ourselves, and in their own way become more American than the Americans.

Tony Katz | July 07, 2014

Not all of the illegal invaders coming over the border are Mexican. Not all of the illegal invaders coming over the border are old to enough to even know what's happening to them. Not all of the illegal invaders coming over the border are looking to do Americans harm, nor are they carrying diseases or have gang affiliations.

Todd Starnes | July 07, 2014

Are the thousands of illegal immigrant kids housed in detention facilities happy and well fed -- or are they living in disease-infested compounds shrouded in secrecy?

Herb London | July 07, 2014

There’s a radical form of liberal secularism taking root in both Christian and Jewish religions that seems more interested in fashionable left-wing bromides than religious doctrine. This new holistic faith is one where paeans to “same sex marriage,” “abortion rights” and “equality” have been substituted for biblical truths, traditional values -- or even common sense.

Lisa De Pasquale | July 07, 2014

Hans von Spakovsky would like tomorrow's headline to say: "In Huge Surprise, Congress Balances Budget, Repeals Obamacare, and Imposes Major Sanctions on Russia."

Star Parker | July 07, 2014

A world in which America stands for nothing is a world that becomes exactly what it is becoming today – chaotic and dangerous.

Brian Birdnow | July 07, 2014

We see that Mr. Thomasson believes that the Republican Party standing in opposition to Obama’s socialism-lite is the cause of the administration’s lawless behavior, and unconstitutionality must be excused on this basis.

Rich Galen | July 07, 2014

Let's chat about the state of campaigns for the United State Senate in the midterm elections on November 4.

Michael Schaus | July 07, 2014

Sure, King George never shoved universal healthcare down the throats of our Patriot founders; but he did enact taxes, regulation, and tariffs, with little more than a stroke of a pen. (No word, yet, on how often he decided to play golf...)

Kurt Schlichter | July 07, 2014

The liberal attack on religion stems from envy, greed, anger and hate, just like every other precept of liberalism. Liberals envy the loyalty and devotion that religion inspires. They hunger greedily to have it for themselves.

Mike Adams | July 07, 2014

When I was a graduate student, I had great admiration for the Southern Poverty Law Center.

Cathy Reisenwitz | July 07, 2014

Marwa was eight years old when her parents began covering her head. She was 23 years-old when she stopped, soon after arriving in the United States. She recently began the Ex-Hijabi Photo Fashion Journal to tell the stories of women who have also uncovered. The self-described “ex-Muslim Atheist” runs the site, along with her blog Between a Veil and a Dark Place.

Katie Kieffer | July 07, 2014

Former Marine and anonymous street artist “Sabo” uses paint and provocative posters to compel Americans to think outside the box of political correctness.

Michael Brown | July 07, 2014

There have been and will continue to be Jewish terrorists who use their religion to justify murder, but the difference between Jewish jihad and Islamic jihad is that only in Islam is jihad a legitimate expression of the faith.

John Ransom | July 07, 2014

Obama reached the high water mark in his presidency in June of 2009 with a 59 percent approval rating that again, was largely a measure of how badly Americans wanted the first black president in the history of the country to succeed.

Matt Barber | July 07, 2014

While reams have already been penned examining the implications of last week’s Hobby Lobby decision, most of what’s been written, particularly in the liberal press, has missed the point entirely.

Hank Adler | July 07, 2014

If I was Kay Hagen, Mary Landreiu or any of the other highly at-risk Democratic Senators seeking re-election in 2014, I would be considering having real life imitate fiction.

Rachel Alexander | July 07, 2014

It doesn’t matter that women can easily buy the abortifacient Plan B over the counter inexpensively for $50 without a prescription. It doesn’t matter that Planned Parenthood provides abortifacients and birth control free to low-income women. Justice Ginsburg, in her dissent to the Hobby Lobby case, righteously declared, "It bears note in this regard that the cost of an IUD is nearly equivalent to a month's full-time pay for workers earning the minimum wage."

Sun, Jul 06, 2014

Jeff Jacoby | July 06, 2014

By votes so lopsided they were practically unanimous, 144-7 in the House and 38-1 in the Senate, the Massachusetts Legislature last week approved a $36.5 billion budget for fiscal 2015, the largest in state history. The puny band of Republicans who voted against the budget — Senator Robert Hedlund and Representatives James Lyons, Leah Cole, Geoff Diehl, Shawn Dooley, Ryan Fattman, Marc Lombardo, and Leonard Mirra — had no hope of changing the outcome. They didn't even represent a majority of the negligible GOP caucus.

Joanne Moudy | July 06, 2014

While the world moves forward and focuses on other issues, one innocent 27 year-old woman is stuck in a never-ending nightmare from which it seems she cannot escape. And instead of her situation improving, things are only getting worse.

Doug Giles | July 06, 2014

One would’ve thought, given the rank, ripe and replete rancor leveled at Miss Kendall that she publicly filmed the murder of a baby or something.

Derek Hunter | July 06, 2014

We don’t have a president leading our government; we have a petulant child throwing a series of temper tantrums.

Tony Katz | July 06, 2014

As the expression goes, "The apple doesn't fall far from the tree." When it comes to the Clinton Family the apple never fell, and all associations with the tree leave one contemptuous, elitist and complete incapable of relating to real human beings, real life and reality.

Austin Hill | July 06, 2014

In addition to its troubles with YAL, last week Boise State University was named in a lawsuit filed by the non-profit “Alliance Defending Freedom” organization.

Debra J. Saunders | July 06, 2014

Rep. Eric Swalwell, D-Calif., and Republican Texas Gov. Rick Perry faced off Thursday at a House Homeland Security Committee field hearing in McAllen, Texas, on the crisis at the U.S.-Mexico border.

Bruce Bialosky | July 06, 2014

What I found was that gluten is a protein found in grains – particularly wheat, rye and barley. Gluten causes dough to rise and gives it a chewy texture. It is true that some people have intolerance to gluten, but it is not an allergy – it is just an intolerance.

Paul Jacob | July 06, 2014

It takes all kinds.

Steve Chapman | July 06, 2014

There has indeed been a tide of arrivals that badly strain the government's ability to handle them. Republicans blame it on President Barack Obama.