Sat, Aug 16, 2014

John Hawkins | August 16, 2014

That American politicians have stopped asking the most basic questions about good governance.

John Ransom | August 16, 2014

Brooke, like the rest of his generation, went to war singing about hope. And all he got for his trouble was change; change he would not have recognized, nor likely approved of, had he lived.

Paul Greenberg | August 16, 2014

"I think this is going to take some time," our president warned last Saturday as he took off for a vacation on Martha's Vineyard, maybe because he felt he had to offer some explanation as Iraq collapsed along with his foreign policy in general.

Stephen Smoot | August 16, 2014

Riots bring out the best and the worst in media. Some risk their safety to get the powerful images and stories that define an event. Responsible professionals take great care to make sure that the story gets told properly and fairly.

Michael Schaus | August 16, 2014

Just like the plantation owners of the pre-war south, the Modern Democrat Party promises black America a roof, food, and protection from the risks of freedom… If liberals truly cared about the plight of today’s black community, they wouldn’t be “standing in solidarity” with hustlers of victimhood.

Ransom Notes Radio | August 16, 2014

Liberals are, apparently, happy to exploit the children who are crossing our borders illegally. The question is, where’s the outrage at treating these kids like political backdrops? Amanda Muñoz from Townhall joined the program to discuss the ongoing chaos on the southern border.

Larry Kudlow | August 16, 2014

Secular stagnation is all wrong. It's a cover up for mistaken economic policies that began in the Bush years and intensified during the Obama administration.

Bill Tatro | August 16, 2014

As the world continues to become inflamed in turmoil and the real economic America continues to erode, the line of government as the “they” and the populous as the “we” will be clearly defined. Simple protests will bring out a military response aka the police force.

Night Watch | August 16, 2014

ISIL will not be sitting still and might decide the transition in Iraqi leadership is the right time for another offensive surge against Baghdad. The transition will be a dangerous time because the government will be vulnerable.

Fri, Aug 15, 2014

John Hanlon | August 15, 2014

The first amendment to the Constitution prevents the federal government from infringing on five fundamental freedoms.

Larry Provost | August 15, 2014

?While fires burned at the World Trade Center, Islamists saw fit to murder Ross Parker in the UK. Ross would be 30 this month.

Michelle Malkin | August 15, 2014

If you've been watching cable news, reading Hollywood celebrities' tweets and listening to race-hustling opportunists, you might think that every police officer in America has a finger on the trigger, hunting for any excuse to gun down defenseless youths.

Mark Davis | August 15, 2014

Call me crazy, but police in riot gear seem a thoroughly appropriate response to actual rioting.

Michael Barone | August 15, 2014

Politicians have ranges of positions of varying widths that they find acceptable. Hillary Clinton, like her husband, has a very wide range of stands she finds acceptable, depending on timing and circumstances. President Obama's range of acceptable positions has been far narrower.

Brent Bozell | August 15, 2014

There was something thoroughly distasteful about that Robin Williams press conference the other day. It sounded wrong. It looked bad. It smelled.

Jonah Goldberg | August 15, 2014

There's an old rule in journalism: All you need are three good examples to prove a trend.

David Limbaugh | August 15, 2014

I am constantly amazed at the tendency of some to use the perspective of hindsight to condemn decisions of those who did not possess the supernatural gift of predictive prophecy at the time they made their decisions.

Pat Buchanan | August 15, 2014

Last week, we were told there were 40,000 Yazidis on Sinjar Mountain facing starvation if they remained there, and slaughter by ISIS if they came down.

Suzanne Fields | August 15, 2014

April is the cruelest month, and August is the melancholy month. Even the crickets sing a different song at dusk as August begins summer's slow retreat. Children listen for the back-to-school bells as autumn closes in and the days begin to get noticeably shorter.

John Ransom | August 15, 2014

The man who once race-baited by pretending that Trayvon Martin was his own son, now dead and gone, is definitely the father of this version of our country. The likeness and resemblance is too striking for him not to be.

Donald Lambro | August 15, 2014

We haven't heard the last of Hillary Clinton's attempts to separate herself, and her expected presidential candidacy, from Barack Obama's policies.

Erick Erickson | August 15, 2014

The facts that seem undisputed -- and in these situations that is so rare -- are that an unarmed 18-year-old named Michael Brown was walking in a street; an altercation occurred with a police officer; the officer gave chase to Mr. Brown after the scuffle and shot Mr. Brown at least once in the back, approximately 20 feet from where the scuffle occurred.

Ransom Notes Radio | August 15, 2014

Despite what Democrats would like you to believe, most minority groups are not single issue voters. White guys aren’t all “racist Republicans”, Latinos aren’t all concerned about immigration, and not all women are obsessed with free birth control. Dr. Gina Loudon joined the show to talk about her new book, “What Women Really Want”…

Larry Kelley | August 15, 2014

In 627, Mohammad’s earliest biographer, Ibn Ishaq, records that his army held off a twenty-five day siege by Mecca’s ruling tribe, the Quraysh, at his redoubt near Medina

Bill Tatro | August 15, 2014

You came on the scene during one of my favorite TV shows Happy Days. Who is this crazy guy I keep laughing at, I wondered?

Charlotte Hays | August 15, 2014

In response to the notion that there is a “rape culture” on campus, the California state legislature is on the verge of passing a bill that drastically redefines our notion of what constitutes rape. It moves the ill-advised into the category of a serious criminal act.

Thu, Aug 14, 2014

Hugh Hewitt | August 14, 2014

So overnight the crisis on Mount Sinjar is, well, over. The president's vacation may now continue uninterrupted by videos on CNN of kids being tossed into helicopters that land briefly, are overwhelmed by a mob, and fly away with a cohort of sobbing women and children. The world's media has been dismissed by U.S. officials speaking on background to the New York Times. No more fall of Saigon analogies please!

Ann Coulter | August 14, 2014

There was some hubbub about my column last week, where I complained about Christians, like Dr. Kent Brantly, who abandon America to do much-praised work in Third World countries

John Ransom | August 14, 2014

If Obama-- and Kerry and Curly—have something to offer in the Middle East besides an apocalypse now and more apocalypse later and even more apocalypse later still, they should cut the vaudeville routine.

Michael Schaus | August 14, 2014

Now you can be a good little liberal, even when shopping for fresh produce. I can’t wait until some well-intentioned Occupy protestors start petitioning my local Whole Foods (a libertarian organization, by the way) because they don’t carry a “progressive” brand of eggplants.

Victor Davis Hanson | August 14, 2014

Thousands of settlers from Anatolia were shipped in by the Turkish government to occupy former Greek villages and to change Cypriot demography -- in the same manner the occupying Ottoman Empire once did in the 16th century. Not a single nation recognizes the legitimacy of the Turkish Cypriot state. In contrast, Greek Cyprus is a member of the European Union.

Derek Hunter | August 14, 2014

There are major differences between the various factions of the political right – social conservatives, fiscal conservatives, national security conservatives, Tea Partiers, etc. – and they all, to some extent, bleed into each other to varying degrees. Each has their problems, just as each has their strengths, but for purposes of brevity I will just refer to them all nebulously as “Republicans.” It may irritate some, but tough. This is about politics, not pandering.

Larry Elder | August 14, 2014

After our ill-advised complete withdraw from Iraq in 2011, President Barack Obama now sends hundreds of "advisors" and orders airstrikes.

Ken Blackwell | August 14, 2014

“Great nations need organizing principles—and ‘Don’t do stupid stuff’ is not an organizing principle.” So said former Sec. of State Hillary Clinton in an interview with The Atlantic. So, why is she doing stupid things? The Washington Post called her “blunt” criticism of the Obama administration “surprising.”

Cal Thomas | August 14, 2014

?Robin Williams made me cry. Like his mentor, the late Jonathan Winters, Williams, who committed suicide Monday, made me laugh so intensely tears would come to my eyes.

Jackie Gingrich Cushman | August 14, 2014

Maybe it's the fact that both my parents were teachers when I was growing up, or that I was a studious, serious child, but I've always loved going back to school in the fall.

Debra J. Saunders | August 14, 2014

"You can make money without doing evil" is No. 6 on the list of 10 things Google (the corporation) knows to be true.

Ben Shapiro | August 14, 2014

Robin Williams' suicide this week shook up people across the political spectrum -- and for good reason. When a highly successful, incredibly popular figure from our culture decides to take his own life, it feels as though suicide could happen to anyone.

Paul Greenberg | August 14, 2014

It was just a snippet of conversation overheard in a crowded restaurant: "... and we put the Buddha in the TV room."

Rich Galen | August 14, 2014

Let's hug it out.

Steve Chapman | August 14, 2014

But if they mass behind Clinton's presidential candidacy, liberals will be making a Faustian deal.

Emmett Tyrrell | August 14, 2014

WASHINGTON -- Is it not a thing of wonderment that the two leading families of the Party of the Poor and Down-and-Out are ending the summer in Martha's Vineyard? Both the Obamas and the Clintons are renting spacious mansions, probably from Wall Streeters, on that enchanted isle. They're playing golf and tennis, and -- who knows -- croquet, just like the Rockefellers or Vanderbilts. Yet do not expect them to be dining together in the moonlight. In fact, relations between them have turned downright hostile.

Rich Tucker | August 14, 2014

It’s an open secret that when you’re looking for a job, you’ve got to repeat all the buzzwords the employer is looking for. Before you can get a resume in front of a hiring manager, or even an H.R. reviewer, you’ve got to get it past the computer. That’s why resumes are peppered with terms such as “results-oriented” and “impact.”

Zachary Gappa | August 14, 2014

?After spending years in a densely-populated part of Virginia, I have now lived in a small town in my home state of Wisconsin for the past four years. It's a location I didn't expect to find myself in, and honestly it's taken quite some time to acclimate. The town leans heavily towards both the farm community and a blue-collar manufacturing and trucking segment. It's no idyllic Andy Griffith small town (I doubt those really exist), but it is certainly a town where most people know each other, and I've been struck by the level of community involvement in this small part of America.

Jerry Newcombe | August 14, 2014

Everything about her looks normal, except that her head is gone. This photo makes you sick. It's right out of a horror movie. Something within you dies when you look at it.

Ransom Notes Radio | August 14, 2014

There is something promising about America… We shouldn’t be trying to be more like Europe; Europe should be trying to be more like us. Nick Adams, author of The American Boomerang, joined the show to talk about the unique virtue of Americanism

Night Watch | August 14, 2014

On Monday a US defense spokesman said US air forces have been flying about 100 sorties per day, including air refueling and reconnaissance missions. This level of effort to destroy mortar positions will not save the Yazidis and the Kurds.

Steve Deace | August 14, 2014

Promise me sons (and daughters) not to do the things we’ve done. Walk away from trouble if you can. Here are five keys to working smart if you’re going to get into politics.

Wed, Aug 13, 2014

Matt Towery | August 13, 2014

The South remains a bit of a mystery to most political pundits and pollsters. Many of its metropolitan areas are far more sophisticated (and much larger) than the rest of the nation realizes. And some areas of the rural South seem frozen in the 1960s. But to stereotype any one area of the region is a dangerous thing.

Catherine Rodriguez | August 13, 2014

?Earlier this week, feminist author Jessica Valenti wrote a column in UK’s The Guardian attempting to argue, rather predictably, that tampons should be provided free to women everywhere. As with abortion and birth control, it’s sugar daddy government to the rescue!

Todd Starnes | August 13, 2014

?The American Humanist Association (AHA) is about to learn a very important lesson -- folks around Gainesville, Georgia don’t take kindly to out-of-town atheists trying to bully their children.

Ashley Pratte | August 13, 2014

?Today marks the 33rd anniversary of the signing of the Economic Recovery Tax Act by President Reagan at his beloved Rancho del Cielo.

Michael Schaus | August 13, 2014

The Russian "humanitarian", Vladimir Putin, is sending some much needed food and water to those poor oppressed rebels in Eastern Ukraine. After all, if the 20th Century has taught us anything, it is that nothing says “freedom” like a hammer and sickle.

Michelle Malkin | August 13, 2014

Wonder of wonders: The Washington press corps woke up.

John Stossel | August 13, 2014

Drones -- unmanned flying machines -- will soon fill our skies. They conjure up fears, especially among some of my fellow libertarians, of spying and death from above.

Walter E. Williams | August 13, 2014

Fox News correspondent Geraldo Rivera accused Matt Drudge's website of "the worst kind of jingoistic rhetoric ever" for carrying news stories about the dangers of illegal immigration. He said Drudge "is doing his best to stir up a civil war. I mean, shame on Matt Drudge."

Dr. Ben Carson | August 13, 2014

A few weeks ago, it was quite revealing -- but not surprising -- to hear Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew imply that corporate America should willingly pay the highest corporate-tax rates in the world as part of its "patriotic" duty.

Brent Bozell | August 13, 2014

This year's Senate races are the Democrats' to lose in the sense that the GOP is doing nothing to earn them, hoping President Obama's political collapse will have reverse coattail effects.

Jonah Goldberg | August 13, 2014

?The hawks (including me) were wrong about a lot, but some got one thing right. It's going to be a long war.

Bob Barr | August 13, 2014

“That’s my boy!” cheered one photo posted to Twitter this week by Australian Khaled Sharrouf -- a terrorist currently fighting in Syria for the ISIS terror group. The photo featured his young son -- holding in two clutched hands the severed head of a Syrian soldier.

Terry Jeffrey | August 13, 2014

On the last day of July, with a Republican-controlled House of Representatives serving as co-pilot, President Barack Obama flew the United States past a dubious fiscal landmark on our way toward what increasingly looks like a crash landing.

Austin Bay | August 13, 2014

The terror gang now known as the Islamic State planned and executed an astonishingly successful military and media offensive.

Harry R. Jackson, Jr. | August 13, 2014

Fifty years after Dylan’s riveting verses, special interest groups’ claims about both the nature and dynamics of marriage are changing more dramatically than any of the social phenomenon of the 60’s. For years, the argument for deeply altering an ancient institution was framed entirely in terms of individual “rights.”

Rachel Marsden | August 13, 2014

?Despite its military supremacy, the U.S. under the command of President Barack Obama is at risk of having an upstart group of Islamic terrorists take over Iraq -- all because politically straitjacketed American military might has struggled against unrestrained guerrilla warfare, and the president has failed to absorb the lessons from America's past mistakes.

Donald Lambro | August 13, 2014

President Obama is on a two-week vacation in Martha's Vineyard, as wars rage across the Middle East and Ukraine, terrorists threaten to topple Iraq, and Republicans are on the brink of capturing the Senate.

Ilya Shapiro | August 13, 2014

What’s worse than a public policy debate that turns bitter and impolite? Well, for one, having the courts step into the marketplace of ideas to judge which side of a debate has the best “facts.”

Phil Kerpen | August 13, 2014

Since 1998 it has been prohibited by federal law for states and localities to tax Internet access. This policy, known as the Internet Tax Freedom Act, has been extended three times with broad bipartisan support. But it is set to expire again onNovember 1, and some Senate Democrats appear willing, this time, to allow it to actually expire if they can't use it to leverage an unrelated tax issue.

Robert Knight | August 13, 2014

For an organization that frequently goads government into advancing an atheistic viewpoint on everyone within reach, the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) talks a good game about how wrong it is for some people to “impose their beliefs on others.”

Night Watch | August 13, 2014

The Kurdish militias are too lightly armed to stand against ISIL's tanks, other armored vehicles and weapons. There does not appear to be enough time to build a supply chain to save the Kurds, even if staging bases were available.

Tue, Aug 12, 2014

Audrey Spalding | August 12, 2014

For union members, a shot at freedom comes just once per year. That's because many unions limit when members can leave – or at least stop paying dues – to one month or less each year. For many members, that time is now: August is union opt out month for many unions nationwide.

John Kass | August 12, 2014

They don't talk about the quiet in the house.

Paul Greenberg | August 12, 2014

There are certain rivals who may differ on the issues, and in style and background and even basic attitude, yet understand and respect one other. For they belong to the same club -- the fraternity of the great.

Wayne Allyn Root | August 12, 2014

Obama and the Democrats are facing a disaster at the voting booth in November. His ratings have hit all-time lows. 70 percent of the public believes America is headed in the wrong direction. In fact, right now, polls are ranking Obama the worst president since WWII— lower than even Nixon or Carter.

Thomas Sowell | August 12, 2014

New York's mayor, Bill de Blasio, like so many others who call themselves "progressive," is gung-ho to solve social problems. In fact, he is currently on a crusade to solve an educational problem that doesn't exist, even though there are plenty of other educational problems that definitely do exist.

Ron Paul | August 12, 2014

The US government's decision to apply more sanctions on Russia is a grave mistake and will only escalate an already tense situation, ultimately harming the US economy itself. While the effect of sanctions on the dollar may not be appreciated in the short term, in the long run these sanctions are just another step toward the dollar's eventual demise as the world's reserve currency.

Chuck Norris | August 12, 2014

In 2008, Americans appointed a president they expected to unify the country, lift the oppressed and restore America's economy and relations in the world. But almost halfway through his second term in office, Americans are more polarized, and the oppressed are more hamstrung. And our country is more unstable than ever among the global community; Iraq is only symptomatic of the greater problem.

Michael Barone | August 12, 2014

Three hundred years ago, on Aug. 1, 1714, by the Julian calendar (Aug. 12 by the Gregorian calendar we use now), Queen Anne died. She was just 49 years old, but was weakened by obesity, gout and the effects of 17 pregnancies, from which only one child lived beyond infancy -- William, Duke of Gloucester, who died of smallpox at age 11 in 1700.

David Limbaugh | August 12, 2014

President Obama claims that the extremism and reality-challenged nature of his political opponents explain his limitless policy failures, which, of course, he also refuses to acknowledge. This is truly rich but nothing new.

Ken Blackwell | August 12, 2014

Hillary Clinton’s famous “listening tour” of Upstate New York in 2000 eased her way into the U.S. Senate. She was the first liberal politician in years to discover there was an Upstate New York. Who knew?

Cal Thomas | August 12, 2014

When liberal Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) and the conservative former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich agree on something, attention should be paid.

Pat Buchanan | August 12, 2014

U.S. air strikes since Friday have opened a corridor through which tens of thousands of Yazidis, trapped and starving on a mountain in Iraq, have escaped to safety in Kurdistan.

Michael Brown | August 12, 2014

Christians being beheaded. Muslims slaughtering Muslims. Schoolgirls being kidnapped. Schoolboys being burned alive.

Debra J. Saunders | August 12, 2014

Sen. Dianne Feinstein is a woman on a mission. As chairwoman of the Senate Intelligence Committee, she has set out to prove the illogical -- that enhanced interrogation techniques used for a time under the George W. Bush administration constituted torture and that they never produced useful intelligence. Americans are supposed to believe that top terrorists are likelier to divulge information if they are lawyered up and politely asked questions.

Phyllis Schlafly | August 12, 2014

The highly acclaimed school standards called Common Core are becoming so unpopular that they may soon be politically untouchable. The critics are piling on from Glenn Beck to the Wall Street Journal, with senior academics and activist parents in-between.

Rachel Burger | August 12, 2014

?Pew Research Center recently found that Americans, overall, see Hamas as more to blame than Israel for the current violences. This is true across demographics—except for those between the ages of 18 and 29.

Mark Calabria | August 12, 2014

I’m a little behind on my comedy watching, as I get a regular dose just living in Washington DC, but last week comedians John Oliver and Sarah Silverman focused an entire segment on payday lending...

Bill Tatro | August 12, 2014

Muslim/Islam, two words finding their way more and more into the national conversation. The amount of video being provided by ISIS, in their quest for a Caliphate, is illuminating.

Ralph Benko | August 12, 2014

The Federal Reserve increasingly is attracting scrutiny across the board. Now add to that a roller coaster of a thriller, using a miracle of a rare device, shining a light into the operations of the Fed.

Michael Schaus | August 12, 2014

If Obama’s obsessive focus on golfing gives you the sense that he’s not engaged in world events, it’s probably a safe assumption that our enemies get the same general impression.

Hans A. von Spakovsky | August 12, 2014

In an unprecedented letter, a majority of the federal government’s inspectors general (IGs) claim that the Obama administration is obstructing their investigations into government mismanagement and corruption. So much for President Obama’s claim that his would be the most transparent administration in history.

Mon, Aug 11, 2014

Todd Starnes | August 11, 2014

There is growing outrage among sailors and religious liberty advocates over adirective that calls for the removal of Bibles from lodges and hotels run on U.S. Navy bases. The directive comes after an atheist group filed a formal complaint earlier this year over the placement of Bibles in the rooms.

Bill Murchison | August 11, 2014

Is anybody overjoyed, rapturous, bowled over with delight at seeing the United States again involved in Iraq?

Rich Galen | August 11, 2014

I know most of you are not terribly interested in foreign affairs. In fact, my experience has been that when I write a column based on something going on somewhere outside the borders of the U.S. of A. my normally quick-to-hit-the-SEND-key readership is just about silent.

Tom Purcell | August 11, 2014

?Get this: Low expectations are the key to happiness.

Diana West | August 11, 2014

There’s something darkly coincidental in the fact that the latest weapon to be deployed against the survival instinct of both Israel and the United States is an alleged “heartlessness” when it comes to children.

John Ransom | August 11, 2014

I’m going to be straight with you: If I were a black male in America I’d be a radical, I’d be angry, I’d be striking back.

Crystal Wright | August 11, 2014

?If I didn’t know any better, I could have sworn President Barack Obama channeled his predecessor President George W. Bush in his statement authorizing air strikes on Iraq. After blaming Bush for his fledging presidency all these years, I guess Obama has Bush on the brain.

Michael Schaus | August 11, 2014

Sure, you might be tempted to point out that over 92 million Americans are no longer working, or even looking for work; but that’s not really unprecedented. I mean, something similar happened in 1978…

Mike Adams | August 11, 2014

I’m not supposed to play favorites but I do. In fact, I have a favorite pro-life group based out of Phoenix, Arizona. They are called Voices for the Voiceless (or VFTV, see

Star Parker | August 11, 2014

With, most recently, incumbent Republican Senators Pat Roberts in Kansas and Lamar Alexander in Tennessee winning their respective primaries, Tea Party challengers failed in all attempts in this primary cycle to defeat Senate incumbents.

Cathy Reisenwitz | August 11, 2014

America’s first foray into rolling back prohibition 2.0 is barely underway, and already marijuana prices have dropped low enough to convince some cartel farmers in Mexico to abandon the crop. Mere months after two US states legalized marijuana sales, five Nobel Prize-winning economists released a UN report recommending that countries end their war on drugs.

Terry Paulson | August 11, 2014

This week I had the honor of speaking to the docents at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library. They're the guides and the hosts who bring Ronald Reagan to life for a new generation of Americans. Many who visit weren't alive or paying attention when his administration brought America back from the cultural malaise and economic recession that threatened the future of our country.

Jeff Jacoby | August 11, 2014

When it comes to tax relief, I am a committed Friedmanite: I embrace the teaching of the late great Milton Friedman, a Nobel laureate in economics, who often declared that he was "in favor of any tax cut, under any circumstances, in any way, in any form whatsoever."

Matt Barber | August 11, 2014

It seems I have some liberal knickers in a knot north of the border.

Mark Skousen | August 11, 2014

Sadly, the U.S. government is making enemies out of our friends.

Jay Dobyns | August 11, 2014

Today is the six-year anniversary of the arson of my home. My wife and two children were inside when the fire was set. They were lucky to escape and survive, although my home and all of our belongings were destroyed by that criminal act.

Rachel Alexander | August 11, 2014

The Christian genocide taking place in the Middle East currently has reached alarming levels.

Sun, Aug 10, 2014

Daniel Pipes | August 10, 2014

As Israeli operations against Hamas wind down, here are seven insights into the month-long conflict:

Kurt Schlichter | August 10, 2014

It's astonishing that an ideology which such an unbroken track record of failure has adherents who are so incredibly pleased with themselves

Doug Giles | August 10, 2014

In the last couple of weeks my cigar company has had a hell of a time trying to find a credit card processing company that’ll do recurring revenue charges for my customers who’d like to get an automated, monthly dose of one of the finest cigars on this planet,

Derek Hunter | August 10, 2014

It’s a tradition as old as time – blaming someone else for one’s own problems.

Debra J. Saunders | August 10, 2014

"Who is responsible for the Bay Bridge?" I asked California Gov. Jerry Brown at a San Francisco Chronicle editorial board meeting in May.

Bruce Bialosky | August 10, 2014

In the fog of scandals, it has fairly well been lost that the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has rolled out new regulations setting in motion coal’s destruction as an energy source in the United States. We continue to be told that no respectable scientist argues against the case of climate change. Some have even argued the scientific debate is over (as if any scientific debate can ever be over). So we set out to find a legitimate scientific expert who argues against the current mantra. We searched far and wide (not really -- it was easy) and found two climatologists.

John Ransom | August 10, 2014

Only a true liberal would could come up with a plan to minimize the damage done to the economy by the expiration of $500 billion in tax cuts by raising taxes another $1.6 TRILLION, including $600 billion on ordinary, middle class Americans.

John Ransom | August 10, 2014

Re-election returns aside, Obama is still much more mouth than magic.

Paul Jacob | August 10, 2014

The Republican Party seems to be losing ground.

Steve Chapman | August 10, 2014

Congressional Democrats are lining up behind a constitutional amendment to allow restrictions on campaign contributions and spending, and Republicans, to their everlasting credit, are opposed.

Chris Versace | August 10, 2014

The pullback also allowed me to recommend a new position to my subscribers, one that will benefit from a sleeper product being deployed by Apple (AAPL).

John Hanlon | August 10, 2014

“The road to despair is becoming ever easier,” actor Brendan Gleeson (Braveheart, Into the Storm) noted recently during a roundtable interview in Washington D.C.

Jeff Crouere | August 10, 2014

The scary aspect to this crisis is that our government has no idea the extent of the weapons, drugs and diseases that have been brought into the country.

Peter Morici | August 10, 2014

Peter Morici is a professor at the University of Maryland Smith School of Business, former Chief Economist at the U.S. International Trade Commission, and five-time winner of the MarketWatch best forecaster award.

Jack Kerwick | August 10, 2014

Twenty-five years ago, Trisha Meili—“the Central Park jogger”—was a 28 year-old employee for a prestigious Manhattan investment banker when she was mercilessly beaten, raped, and left for dead by thugs.

John Nantz | August 10, 2014

"It were better for him that a millstone were hanged about his neck, and he cast into the sea, than that he should offend one of these little ones." Luke 17:2