Mr. Emanuel has all the intangibles needed to capture City Hall: he is a Democrat, has a bag full of money, and is also a close associate of President Obama.
Who will come to liberals' emotional rescue?
ESPN is the new Democratic Party, and female privilege is the new equality.
If Republican politicians wish to stay politicians in 2012 and 2014, they must return from their stints in Washington either carrying their shields or being carried upon them.
The left has extended their irrational war on America to include an element bigger than the Democratic Party.
Stigmatizing opposition and appealing to emotion is all the left ever had, as they certainly can't point to facts.
When Lady Gaga and Andy Griffith sing from the same century-old songbook, you don’t have to be a fan of The Doors to recognize that “strange days have found us.”
It seems that only conservatives covet living in a post-racial society.
Bernard Chapin interviews R. Emmett Tyrrell, the founder of the American Spectator, on his new book, After the Hangover: The Conservatives' Road to Recovery.
Who is primarily to blame for the MSM putting Rand Paul through the cable TV shredder last month? Regrettably, it is Paul himself.
For some, Arizona Governor Jan Brewer’s signature upon her state's newly minted state immigration law rivaled Scott Brown’s Massachusetts Senate election win for the title of "Best Conservative Moment of 2010."
To an Alinskyite, “the end justifies almost any means” and an additional 12 million votes could usher in permanent Democrat majorities in both houses of Congress. What happens thereafter to the nation’s social fabric and our treasury is merely collateral damage.
Hopefully, Republican ringleaders will learn from recent history and internalize the lesson that the political left — as opposed to conservative ideas and initiatives — are the real enemy and one that must be defeated.
The good doctor explains why European intellectuals surrender to barbarism.
Tony Kornheiser, the irascible sports journalist who makes a career of poking fun, gets a two-week suspension for poking fun at ... a woman.
A new ad encourages young people to withhold sex from all who oppose socialized medicine.
A new taxpayer-funded animation paints advocates of small government as rubes.
The left touts XXX actresses like Sasha Grey as agents of social change and icons of female empowerment.
The president adds to the feminist chorus about how lousy life is for American women. An unreconstructed male responds.
PJ Media's VDH dissects the ups and downs — but mostly downs — of Obama's first year.
When all else fails, corrupt Democrats and their media allies play the race card.
Obama and his allies would rather fence with imaginary partners than mix swords with actual conservatives and their ideas.
At least we know the one person he will not blame: himself.