How the U.S. right can effectively challenge socialism.
Kenneth Irving shares his ideas on returning the Republicans to a majority.
Violent crime in Britain is out of control, yet politicians look to to punish the victims.
A politician on the rise has some clear advice for American conservatives.
Brown's Labour government suffers a historic defeat — but the neo-Nazi BNP makes some unsettling gains.
Americans aren't the only ones concerned with how their government is spending their hard-earned tax dollars.
The head of the UK's Taxpayers' Alliance gives tea party attendees the benefit of his experience.
State politicians in Maine tried and failed to co-opt the tea party demonstrations for their own purposes.
Desperate times call for great leaders like Daniel Hannan.
Many closet conservatives in Hollywood and the arts don’t dare out themselves for fear of hurting their careers.
Learning from the mistakes of the British right.
The Dutch lawmaker is banned from entering the country to show his controversial film Fitna.
In Britain, they are still bashing Thatcher 20 years later.
It only takes one tasteless Facebook photo to end a promising career ...
Bypassing the mainstream media, Israel gets its message out through Twitter and YouTube.
Controversy rages in Great Britain after a television channel broadcasts a man's quest to "die with dignity."
Many doubt that a minority could make it to 10 Downing Street any time soon.
Without Bush or Palin to kick around, who will comedians make fun of?
Among them are a revived Gordon Brown and a blow to Scottish nationalists.
What attracts Middle America disgusts the UK media establishment.
Gordon Brown might not survive the year as his country succumbs to stagflation and labor unrest reminiscent of the 1970s.
Give us your tired, your poor, your overtaxed Englishmen yearning to work free.
Video games are a huge growth industry that provide relaxation and escape to millions - and don't make kids violent. So why won't politicians let us play in peace?
It's not quite true that all of Britain is underwhelmed by Obama, says Andrew Ian Dodge.