Mark Davis

Posted May 23, 2014

The moment Matt Bevin was shown the door back to private life in Kentucky Tuesday night, you could hear liberal analysts’ hands rub together in glee. Their night had come, another milepost on the road toward the extinction of the dreaded Tea Party.

Posted May 16, 2014

The 60th anniversary of the Brown vs. Board of Education decision was sure to draw a flood of retrospectives and analysis, and properly so.

Posted November 01, 2013

I close my eyes and imagine the coming days. The American public growing skeptical and then outright dismissive of Obamacare. A growing revulsion over the administration's Benghazi deception. A national awakening to the crises we face in spending, especially on entitlements.

Posted October 25, 2013

There’s only one reason I am aware of the post-Civil War ballad “I’ll Take You Home Again Kathleen.”

Posted October 18, 2013

There is plenty of angst to go around as conservatives lament the surrenders that led to the most recent meaningless “deal” crafted between Democrats and their willing Republican accomplices.

Posted October 11, 2013

Why, with as much attention as “Gravity” is receiving in glowing film reviews and the entertainment press, do I need to devote column space to it?

Posted October 04, 2013

I hate to interrupt an indulgent festival of angst, but the parade of voices lamenting this period of government shutdown just cries out for a rebuttal.

Posted September 27, 2013

The governors of our largest states tend to be big players in national news through the years, but there is something about the office of Governor of Texas that has stayed front-of-mind for a generation.

Posted September 27, 2013

The governors of our largest states tend to be big players in national news through the years, but there is something about the office of Governor of Texas that has stayed front-of-mind for a generation.

Posted September 20, 2013

A riveting day has dawned. House Speaker John Boehner, long criticized for inconsistent conservative passion, is actually allowing members to vote on a budget bill that ties continued government operations to a defunding of Obamacare.

Posted September 13, 2013

You may be noticing that it’s not going over so well.  I thought I could explain.

Posted August 30, 2013

Welcome to life in a tough world, made tougher by an unreliable American president.

Posted August 23, 2013

Okay, I’m kidding. Sort of. Am I?

Posted August 09, 2013

I’m trying hard not to obsess about the 2016 presidential campaign. The election is more than three years away, the campaigns two years away from kicking off in earnest

Posted August 02, 2013

Bill Kristol has about had it with Ted Cruz.

Posted July 26, 2013

In the days since the Zimmerman verdict, objectors are pointing to “history” in a way that hampers clarity and actually hurts race relations.

Posted July 19, 2013

It’s hard to describe the days following last weekend’s Zimmerman verdict as educational, but we have surely learned some things.

Posted July 12, 2013

If you’re wondering whether my Governor is going to try to become our President, I have no magic window to that, even though I have known him for nearly twenty tears.

Posted June 28, 2013

Here in Texas, the new heroine of pro-choice America is an interesting installation on the throne of radical pro-choice admiration.

Posted June 14, 2013

After a week of enduring the crossfire over the relative benefits and dangers of the deeds of NSA leaker Edward Snowden, I am left wondering whether this has been good or bad for our nation.