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They make movies trashing America and insulting our troops — and for this they demand to be celebrated?
Our recession does not justify the most radical changes in the economy since the Great Depression.
The Obama-Santelli controversy is grounded in the natural animosity between the markets and D.C. bureaucracy.
If you could change history, would you really take the Iraq war back?
O'Reilly treated President Barack Obama with respect and regularly offers both sides of key partisan debates. Can MSNBC say the same?
The U.S. military is turning to the foreign-born to offset recruitment shortfalls — and many on the far right are upset.
GOP Chairman Michael Steele has given fellow Republicans a challenge: it is time to beat the Democrats in the online world.
At a GOP pow-wow this weekend, the mood was jovial: a month into the Obama administration there is reason for optimism.
A star-struck Hollywood producer with a small part in "Milk" dishes from the red carpet.
A financial journalist bravely calls for a taxpayer's revolt.
A close look at www.recovery.gov is not very encouraging.
Tehran has lulled the West into believing that Iranian nukes will only threaten Israel. No way.
Calling the Oscar-nominated film "a veritable orgy of Israeli violence and vulgarity" is preposterous. Update: John Rosenthal responds.
Ignoring the fact that radio programming is based on what people want to listen to.
The progressive groups that helped elect Obama president are now being asked to campaign for his agenda.
Retailers now have to accept that we're not in the mood to pay for 'luxury' goods.
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Europe’s sclerotic economies should serve as a warning to President Obama about the perils of big government. (Also read Claudia Rosett: Click Here for Central Planning)
a href=”http://online.wsj.com/article/SB123509636945029173.html”Kay Hymowitz in the emWSJ/em:/a Where in the World is OctoDad?
It's time yet again to set straight the story that Yale's secret society of elite rich kids has possession of the Apache Indian's cranium.
The great civil liberties battle of our time is shaping up to be a desperate struggle by each of us to keep our personal information our own.
Latter-day Pharisees like the attorney general presume to lecture us about race while doing nothing to address real problems affecting ordinary Americans.
How about planting a hidden microphone on Jack Nicholson? (Also read Roger L. Simon: Oscar Predictions: Do we need them? Does it matter? Is anybody watching?)