National security is the key issue.
Regaining dominance in northern suburbia is the GOP's best path to victory.
Alfonzo Rachel’s take on Quentin Tarantino’s new film, Django Unchained. And don’t miss John Boot at the PJ Lifestyle blog: With Django Unchained Is QT Devolving Into the Weird Al Yankovic of Cinema?
All you need to know: the key gun statistics, straight from the gun-control groups themselves. Related: Happy New Year! Chicago Murder Tally Hits 500 for 2012
One more thing weighing on the year-end fiscal cliff as last-ditch talks begin. Also read: House Likely to Offer Amendments to Any Senate Cliff Deal
Sen. Rand Paul said Americans have become "lazy and haphazard in our vigilance" of the Fourth Amendment.
Math is remorseless, and it will eventually balance its numbers, not caring who is hurt in the process. More: Fiscal Cliff, the 11th Hour: GOP Says Dems Can Amend House Bills If They Like
Farm Bill provisions have already expired, the lame duck is nearly at an end, and the holdup hasn't been worked out.
Gun control advocates refuse to properly assess human vulnerability. Related: Celebrities Launch Dumb Gun Control Campaign
What would Second Amendment bloviators say if we applied their logic to the First Amendment?
His absurd response to the U.S. Congress finally challenging him by passing the Magnitsky law.
Prospects for the once-favored climate-change legislation appear to have gone up in smoke.
“It is not permissible to imitate the kuffaar [unbelievers] in any of their acts of worship, rituals or symbols...” — Saudi cleric Muhammad Saleh al-Munajjid
Delusional, dangerous policy.
Programmatic reform in education is almost always a dead end.
So-called equity hiring is an inequitable and injurious practice.
To lessen violent crime, how about looking to the laws proven to lessen violent crime?
Emboldened after Boehner's B-pocalypse, Obama tells lawmakers to "cool off" and "agree on what we already agree on."
Illinois becomes the last state to lose the argument. (Also read: NRA Criticizes Gun-Free School Laws.)
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In the wake of the Sandy Hook massacre in Newtown, Connecticut, Roger Simon and Lionel Chetwynd take a look at guns and violence in the movies. Does Hollywood have an unhealthy relationship with firearms and violence? Why do depictions of sex merit an “R” rating, while violent acts barely raise an eyebrow? Is it time for the Motion Picture Academy to reasses the ratings systems? These questions, and more, are discussed on this week’s Poliwood.
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High-powered, militarily useful weapons are the point of the Second Amendment.
After years of kicking the can on the 2005 law, and just 13 states in compliance, Napolitano kicks it once again to a "suitable date."
Ayatollah Mesbah Yazdi has issued a fatwa for the killing.