His one regret about his kill total: he didn’t shoot more bad guys.
No matter how big you think you’ve gotten, everyone has a boss.
"Shame on us," one Oversight subcommittee member said of the scheme. "We rolled over again."
Yet another failed faux-popular attack on Israel.
Professor and blogger Walter Russell Mead joins Glenn Reynolds to discuss Obama’s first term. Since Obama’s election, the anti-war movement has evaporated, yet America continues to wage war. Can Obama continue to wage war without offending his base? Find out. Plus, Walter Mead discusses the education bubble, and the slow death of America’s professional class.
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Learning the underappreciated ingredient of our liberty: marksmanship.
But even the more conservative GOP alternative, the progressive and Black Caucus budgets fared better than Obama's plan.
The pro-Obama media must be countered in 2012.
His claims about Obama's regulatory record are dramatically wrong.
The bill seizes liberty from doctors and insurance firms, too.
It's amazing how a little Dr. Pepper can fuel up a VP for a day on the campaign trail.
The surest sign your lawyer hasn't done a good job is when you issue a statement defending his performance.
Media court watchers and those they protect in the White House seemed shocked at the questions raised by SCOTUS this week about ObamaCare.
Statistics show that concealed carry permit holders are far less likely to commit gun crimes than the general population.
Doormats are like toilets: everyone wants to have one, but no one wants to be one.
Romney’s opponents will need a miracle second-half comeback.
If Mitt Romney is like an Etch A Sketch, what toy is Rick Santorum like?
Both sides in the fight over ObamaCare converged upon Washington on the second day of arguments as lawmakers watched and planned.
Judiciary Committee Democrats held a hearing on the controversial case, covering racial profiling to neighborhood watch registration.
Based on the questions posed by the justices today, the possibility that the mandate may be struck down went up sharply.
Republican Study Committee to unveil budget proposal today that kills the National Labor Relations Board and National Endowment for the Arts.
The address of the embassy's No. 2 sparked a gala dinner tiff, but then former Prime Minister Ehud Olmert also got into hot water with the crowd.