Kathleen Parker

Posted November 11, 2009

One of the few incontrovertible assertions one can reasonably make is that no one supports forced abortion.

Posted April 19, 2009

Racial and ethnic diversity is the key to happiness, success in the global marketplace and, not least, an interesting life.

Posted March 18, 2009

With a flick of his pen, President Barack Obama finally laid to rest Freud's most famous question and iterated one of man's hardest-won lessons: Women want what women want.

Posted March 11, 2009

As he lifted the ban on federal funding for embryonic stem cell research Monday, President Barack Obama proclaimed that scientific decisions now will be made "on facts, not ideology."

Posted February 11, 2009

The first however-many days of Barack Obama's presidency have been a study in amateurism.

Posted January 30, 2009

Partisanship has reached a tipping point when the new president is circling the fire hydrant with a conservative talk-radio personality.

Posted January 21, 2009

It is the curse of the journalist always to be present, but never really There.

Posted January 14, 2009

Something has gone terribly wrong with the American dream. No longer is a college degree -- or even an advanced degree -- a guarantee of employment or job security.

Posted January 07, 2009

When it comes to the six Republicans competing for lead dog of the GOP leadership, all are on point: They love Ronald Reagan, are pro-life, advocate small government, and promise more diversity and fewer taxes.

Posted January 02, 2009

Let me be the first in the new year to declare that the mainstream media are dead. Now, can we please move on?

Posted December 31, 2008

Summing up, let me just say that I reject, repudiate, renounce, denounce, dismiss and utterly regret 2008.

Posted December 19, 2008

It is a legitimate question: Why is the resume-thin Caroline Kennedy being treated seriously as a prospective appointee to the U.S. Senate when the comparatively more-qualified Gov. Sarah Palin received such a harsh review?

Posted December 17, 2008

It almost goes without saying that no one would pay Caroline Kennedy any attention were she not the beneficiary of a famous name -- and the daughter of a martyred president.

Posted December 12, 2008

In the latest blog scandal-ette, Jon Favreau, a Holy Cross valedictorian and 27-year-old wunderkind speechwriter for Barack Obama, was captured clutching the prospective secretary of state's, um, pectoral area, while a fellow reveler, wearing an "Obama Staff" T-shirt, nuzzles Clinton's ear and holds a beer bottle to her smiling lips.

Posted December 10, 2008

In the bailout spirit of cutting costs and protecting resources, what say we just arrest the state of Illinois and sort out the details later?

Posted December 06, 2008

Despite its sudden popularity, oogedy-boogedy is nonetheless causing some consternation and confusion. What does it mean and whence does it come? In the Dec. 15 issue of National Review, Ramesh Ponnuru writes that he doesn't know what oogedy-boogedy means, "but I gather it's bad."

Posted December 03, 2008

We are sitting at a restaurant counter, sipping wine and chatting, when my friend begins twittering.

Posted November 28, 2008

Sound the alarms, man the barracks, alert the producers! Barack Obama, agent of change, isn't a-changin'.

Posted November 26, 2008

So much for the wisdom of The People. A new report from the Intercollegiate Studies Institute (ISI) on the nation's civic literacy finds that most Americans are too ignorant to vote.

Posted November 21, 2008

The Cold War that prompted the creation of Radio Free Europe may have ended. And The Wall did come tumbling down. But the voice of liberty still travels over the airwaves the old-fashioned way -- as well as by television.