Robert Knight

Posted April 18, 2014

The media are finding it harder to cover up the IRS’s abuses of power, but they keep trying.

Posted April 01, 2014

Melowese Richardson is the poster girl for vote fraud. The Ohio poll worker was sentenced last July to five years in prison after being convicted of voting twice in the 2012 election and voting three times — in 2008, 2011 and 2012 — in the name of her sister, in a coma since 2003, according to USA today.

Posted March 26, 2014

In 1865, following the most costly war in America’s history, the 13th Amendment abolished the odious institution of slavery in the United States.

Posted March 19, 2014

I don’t know about you, but I’m hearing more and more from people around the country who are terrified about where the nation is headed.

Posted March 12, 2014

The Federal Transit Administration (FTA) says in a new report that the light-rail “Purple Line” expanding Washington, D.C.’s rail system into the Maryland suburbs will cost a billion dollars more than originally estimated.

Posted March 04, 2014

Harry Reid doesn’t think there’s anything wrong with Obamacare that a few more lies won’t fix. So what if President Obama’s claim that “if you like your health care plan, you can keep it” was widely cited as the “lie of the year?” Lying by the nation’s ruling elites has gone viral.

Posted February 25, 2014

It’s getting harder every day to be a liberal. Having to defend Obamacare is enough to exhaust the hardiest soul. And trying to explain Barack Obama’s foreign policy would give anybody – even a creative globalist like John Kerry – a pounding headache.

Posted February 18, 2014

You know that clever ad by a satellite dish company that shows what happens to a man who gets bored waiting for the cable guy?

Posted February 15, 2014

The trouble with progressives is not just that they eventually run out of other people’s money, as Margaret Thatcher observed. It’s that they find new ways every day to project their own dysfunctional worldview on the rest of us.

Posted February 06, 2014

Ronald Reagan, whose 103rd birthday we celebrate today, understood Washington’s insatiable appetite for spending.

Posted February 05, 2014

Ronald Reagan recognized that the expansion of the welfare state was the greatest threat to federalism, and fighting it was a driving force throughout his political career.

Posted February 04, 2014

Ronald Reagan understood that economic activity is affected by the level of taxation, particularly by the level of marginal tax rates — the rate that applies to the last dollar earned.

Posted February 03, 2014

Ronald Reagan, who was born 103 years ago on Feb. 6, had better ideas about how to increase prosperity – unleashing the power of the private sector by restraining government and cutting taxes.

Posted January 28, 2014

On Jan. 23, the FBI announced an indictment of Dinesh D’Souza, maker of the hit documentary 2016: Obama’s America, in what appears to be a Hugo Chavez-style payback.

Posted January 21, 2014

The Episcopal Church-run National Cathedral in Northwest Washington, D.C. has hosted many events in its storied history, from Martin Luther King’s final Sunday sermon before his assassination, to U.S. presidents’ state funerals.

Posted January 14, 2014

It was a diabolically clever scheme. Last week, the New York-based Satanic Temple garnered a lot of free publicity by releasing a drawing of a proposed statue of Satan at the Oklahoma state Capitol to be placed near a Ten Commandments monument.

Posted January 07, 2014

It’s difficult to keep up with all the lies we’re being told by our government. The good news is that falsehoods don’t have the legs they once had.

Posted December 31, 2013

For the second time in a year and a half, the radical activists who want to force all Americans to embrace the values of Sodom and Gomorrah have reached too far and come back with burned fingers.

Posted December 25, 2013

We went recently to Busch Gardens Williamsburg, Virginia, which is staging Christmas Town, a spectacular display of lights, rides and holiday themes.

Posted December 17, 2013

Baseball and football fans know that when coaches chew out umpires, there’s little chance that the questionable call will be overturned – especially in baseball. But in many cases, that’s not the intent. The idea is to intimidate the umpire into giving them a better call the next time around.