Osama bin Laden utilized his free will to opt out of the humanity clause in the Social Contract. Watch more Andrew Klavan at PJTV.com.
I’m glad to see the Big Guy getting parts again after such a long hiatus from the entertainment business.
Which readers came up with the best catchphrase for the network suffering from droopy ratings?
Something that suits its recent ratings tumble. "CNN: Because No News Is Good News"? or "CNN: No, Really. We Used To Have Glenn Beck."?
I don’t begrudge the president the golf. It’s his cowardice I find shameful.
The iconoclastic doctor loses his signature rebelliousness and adopts a milquetoast conformity.
Wasn't Obama's groveling supposed to turn the tide of Arab feeling in our favor?
What's worse: a White House telling artists to push a political agenda or the artists being so eager to take Big Brother’s call?
He wasn't a great actor or movie star, but he was a great dude.
Ideas are funny things. Some inspire the very best of humanity; others can lead to unimaginable evil.
The people deserve blame for giving Kennedy's homicide a pass.
Is it racism, or is it real-world reality and a sign of solid police work? (Also read Roger Kimball: Smile When You Take That Chip Off Your Shoulder)
Show-biz types like Sacha Baron Cohen making fools of ordinary folks just stinks, plain and simple.
A theory on the over-the-top reaction to the singer's death.
Some folks will resort to anything to scare away nasty reality and keep their discredited worldview intact.
The latest bachelor-party-in-Vegas comedy, The Hangover, depicts men as hen-pecked babies. Sadly, it's realistic.
Amidst the finger-pointing following the Tiller murder, one contributor to the violence has been overlooked.
A sci-fi classic transformed into a nauseating smorgasbord of left-wing cliches.
We need to turn our backs on the culture of the state and build an infrastructure that praises artists who stand outside the MSM’s climate of opinion.
The mainstream media's standard for what is hateful is completely different for the right and left.
Their highest words of praise are “shocking,” “disturbing,” “searing,” and “radical.” Forget about faith, decency, sweetness, or charm.
It really does seem that moral approaches to AIDS prevention work better than mere physical ones.