Not everyone can be an octogenarian actor and director like Clint Eastwood. But retirement ages should have been raised all along.
If Palin is to have a long career in the public eye she needs to take a page out of Donald Trump’s playbook.
Hint: the White House is a stepping stone.
Says our source: "They lost in the Supreme Court, they lost in Congress, they lost at the FEC, so now the president is just going to do it by edict." Download the PDF here.
DOJ defends stopping terror finance prosecutions of Islamic leaders by falling back to an old chestnut; Congress is already asking questions.
It's a safe bet Robert Redford didn’t imagine that The Conspirator, his anti-military tribunal film, would hit theaters shortly after Obama gave the A-OK for such trials to address terrorists in American custody.
After Obama’s “I Want More of your Money” speech, the nation's left asking.
Also: "There is no turning back; no one can recoil now as every single person is responsible for the emergence [of the Mahdi]." (Related: Iran threatens Saudi Arabia over Bahrain invasion.)
(UPDATE: Rep. Peter King demands answers following Poole's previous article on this topic.) An explosive, must-read interview brings sunlight to our counterproductive "outreach" programs. The case of the missing Somali men from Minneapolis highlights the failure and the absurdity.
Simply put, Obama isn’t taking the spending crisis seriously — and neither are many others in Washington.
Is it really still a mystery why political pilgrims are exterminated by the totalitarian entities they worship?
A line has been crossed: cartels have adopted the tactic of deliberately murdering children to sow terror. Will this horror spill across the border?
Palin heads to Wisconsin, ground zero of the budget battle, and gives a searing speech.
The Manolo is not pleased with Vogue's bootlicking piece on the "chic" dictator's wife.
The technologically hip president is abetting the ruin of online freedom. (Also read: "The Russian Kleptocracy File: Bank Records and Real Estate.")
Meg Whitman recently did a mea culpa for the Republican Party and how it treats the immigration issue.
Clear as day, the budget speech displayed the difference between Obama's statism and Reagan's liberty.
The concurring opinion — which quoted Humpty Dumpty — would disturb even Lewis Carroll.
There as elsewhere, incompetence serves liberal interests.
Whatever your response to the movie, know that there is no substitute for reading the Ayn Rand novel. (Also see: "Mr. Galt Goes to Washington.")
Ryan is a serious man with a serious plan; unfortunately, Americans are a thoroughly unserious people. (Also see: "House approves Ryan’s ‘Path to Prosperity’ plan.")
It’s advantage GOP after the president takes the debate in the gutter.
Jumping at the chance to prove their politically correct bona fides, Chapel Hill is up in arms over what is quite obviously a faked attack on a gay student.
Other than that, how did you enjoy the War on Terror, Mrs. Lincoln?