But its ultimate success will depend upon the backbone of President Obama.
The left has extended their irrational war on America to include an element bigger than the Democratic Party.
Lefty sociologists finally look past “oppression,” and accept that a culture’s commitment to prosperity affects that culture’s … prosperity.
Texas Republican Larry Gonzales may benefit from a left-right internecine Democratic war that has erupted in his central Texas district. The Williamson County feud may be the first shot in a national Democratic Party-wide war for its future direction.
The new emphasis in the league on helmet-to-helmet hits sends a message to players that is at once confusing and contradictory: play hard but not too hard
Bill Clinton gives a lousy stump speech, Dennis is menaced, California tightens up, Farouk is on fiyah for Rick Perry while a Democrat county chair resigns his post and endorses a Republican, and whatever anyone else says from now to November, nothing will make as much sense as these six words: the rent is too damn high.
If the GOP takes control of Congress next month, pay close attention to the media spin. If you start hearing more about Eric Cantor and his newly expanded posse, then listen carefully, for the sound you might hear next could be the Young Guns taking a shot at the speaker’s gavel.
Professor Hal Lewis's resignation from the American Physical Society challenges the scientific — as opposed to the merely politically expedient — basis of the "consensus" on global warming.
Because in the Democratic land of epic, mega, ultra, apocalyptic levels of sucking, those who kinda suck are king.
Obama sabotaged the peace process from the outset, largely through his own incompetence.
Kos and his minions don't know much about history.
A proposition is on the ballot to suspend California's green job initiatives until unemployment goes way down.
In Ohio, the president compared Republicans to the evil Galactic Empire. But if anything, it's he and his own party who resemble an out of control government that is drunk on power while heading for a humiliating defeat.
Conservatives need to understand what is at stake and get their act together.
Worldwide hurricane activity hasn't just slowed since Katrina, it's dropped off a cliff.
The Obama administration approved the release of Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar with the assumption that he would join peace talks with the Afghan government of Hamid Karzai.
Hugh Hewitt on what happens next in the Blogosphere — and in Congress after November; plus a chat with BlogWorld CEO and founder Rick Calvert.
Fitzgerald be damned, you can have as many acts in your life as you wish; but remember, while it's perfect in Tomorrowland, it's never open today.
Which do they get: defined benefit pensions, or defined contribution retirement plans? The answer is "yes."
Wilders has joined with the centuries of distinguished scholars who reached the exact same conclusions about Islam back when it was politically acceptable to voice such concerns.
Forty years ago, the real life Mad Men knew how badly a brand could be destroyed if they made impossible claims about a product, a lesson that the creators of Barack Obama's image are relearning the hard way.
The one solid, inescapable organizing principle that stands as the bulwark against radical Islam is Christianity.
The Obama administration ignores realities in order to push a "process" that even lefty Israelis are beginning to doubt will lead to peace.
Host Steve Green, Scott Ott, and Alfonzo Rachel grade the best and worst ads from the midterms. Plus Glenn Reynolds, Mary Katharine Ham, James Lileks, and more!