Tea party madness? Back from Yasgur's farm, even Donny York, one of the founders of ShaNaNa, has gotten the fever and rewritten the oldie "Bread and Butter" for today's tea party movement.
Barney Frank just blinked, and everyone in Massachusetts knows it.
Harry Reid and President Obama want Hispanics to believe that it is Republicans who are obstructing immigration legislation, while it has been Democrats who have scuttled efforts at comprehensive reform.
Fixating on MDG health targets which largely have been met ignores the adult population, the productive sector of any economy.
Bombshell: Defying DOJ Instructions, Christopher Coates Will Testify Friday on New Black Panther Case
Told by the Department of Justice to ignore a subpoena from the Civil Rights Commission, former Voting Section Chief Coates has instead chosen to comply. His testimony Friday morning is likely to be incredibly damaging to DOJ leadership and the Obama administration. (Click here to read Coates' letter to the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights in PDF form, and click here to watch Hans A. von Spakovsky's new interview on PJTV.)
Turkey's Islamists pass a power-grab referendum, and the Times thinks it's pro-democracy. You really can fool some of the people all the time.
Scheduling all statewide primaries just before or after Labor Day would improve the prospects of insurgents on the left and right. That would be a good thing.
None of them would ever dare admit it publicly, but mayors and police chiefs in cities across the country live in constant fear of getting the phone call that informs them of an incident that if not quickly and deftly handled, may lead to rioting in the streets.
Al Ahram’s doctored photo of Mubarak at the White House is a reminder that the Islamic world is in need of a cultural, as opposed to merely a religious, reformation.
On-the-scene reports from battleground races and states across the country, now including New York.
A federal project comes up, radical groups threaten to entangle it in litigation, the government pays them to go away. Fundraising!
Unemployment among the young has opened their eyes to the detrimental effects of Obama's policies.
Authors Stephen Mansfield and David A. Holland believe that in order to understand Sarah Palin, we must understand what she believes. They're right, and the Sarah they present is compelling for her very ordinariness.
Both nominees have shown an arrogant contempt for the law and a total disregard for the limited role of the judiciary in a democracy.
Republicans, take a lesson from Ronald Reagan: just plaster the country with the question, "Are you better off than you were four years ago, when the Democrats took control of Congress?" (And don't miss Roger Kimball's "The Magical Thinking of Barack Obama.")
Politicians ought to take a version of the Hippocratic oath to do no harm. If they had, Obamacare wouldn't exist and doctors wouldn't feel compelled to take political stands.
Just last week, a Columbus newspaper assured readers there were no local Somali jihadist recruits.
At a time when Israel’s security environment is worsening, in no small part because of the Obama administration’s strategic weakness, Israel is being pushed hard by that same administration into making its security environment even worse.
President Obama's economic policies have created a jobs gap — the difference between promise and reality.
Go ahead Democrats, make the Tea Parties' day.
A FOIA request reveals contradictions in statements made to Congress, the Civil Rights Commission, and to the public. Some of these statements were made under oath.
Once known as "America's foremost cultural critic," Paglia's literary output has dropped precipitously while she has failed to engage on the number one women's issue in the world: Islam's treatment of females.
The two-party system is a popular scapegoat among those who feel disenfranchised. Yet 2010 shows that our system works.
Ed Driscoll's 20-minute, full length interview with David Limbaugh about his new, best-selling book, Crimes Against Liberty:An Indictment of President Barack Obama.
The former chief of the Voting Section of the DOJ's Civil Rights Division is not the apolitical civil servant portrayed in the media. He is hyper-partisan and vindictive, and should be investigated for perjury.