We tip-toe around it because we have allowed politically correct labels to make it seem to be so.
Being thankful that “Don’t touch my junk” is today’s version of “Give me liberty or give me death.”
Of all the people in all the world, NBC chooses to honor the provocateur behind one of the most controversial projects in America. On Thanksgiving.
The disturbing video circled the world faster than you can say “blood libel.” But the incident turned out to be a hoax, and Karsenty has spent nearly a decade of his life trying to prove it.
Our relativism relating to Islam isn't winning us any points with Muslims in Afghanistan, Iraq, or here in America.
The Democratic Party has become synonymous with deficits, defeatism, and the decay of the American dream. Where are the rank-and-file Dems who will rescue their party from its hard left leadership?
A staffer who complained of race problems was placed on paid leave in May. The staffer is still getting a paycheck, and has not worked since then.
Gird your loins! The international test is here, so let's meet a few of the people advising President Obama as he faces the mess in Korea.
Massive redundancies, dedicated conference room schedulers, and job security that might as well be tenure plague federal agencies.
A woman walking at night who fears the approaching footsteps of a male is drawing on reason.
I was recently ashamed for not being ready to debate a leftist who slandered me. Here's what I should have said, and promise to say next time.
The "cultural bridge" appears to be in financial trouble.
Bush's memoir shows the former chief executive to be an admirable man driven by conviction, but doomed by miscommunication in the White House.
Mitt Romney hasn't changed a bit, and carries even more damning baggage.
Just because the motives of many climate change advocates are questionable, even evil, does that mean the entire global warming proposition is a fraud?
And only the Huffington Post and yours truly pause long enough to note the death of this obscure, Soros-funded home for wayward liberal bloggers Dave Weigel and Spencer Ackerman.
There's a battle for power in Austin centered on one question: Who gets to elect the next speaker of the Texas House? The answer to that question determines its outcome.
Obama has nominated a Chicagoan with no senior executive level experience to run the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives.
As usual, the mainstream media asks all the wrong questions.
Perhaps the most pro-Jewish German writer of his time, his ideas were adopted by Hitler and Nazism.
Where do the Tea Parties, Hollywood, General Motors, and gay rights go after the midterms? Find out from this week's show, hosted by the Vodkapundit, Stephen Green.
Oleg Kashin is the latest victim of Putin's brutality, as Washington cravenly sticks to its "reset" policy.
Claim "coercion" and the U.S. government will not fight the claim, lest they be forced to out a covert officer during the trial.
Last time I voted I helped put Obama in office, so I'm a little gun-shy.