"Drove my Chevy to the levee, but the levee was dry" — Don McLean’s hit song takes on an ominous ring, as America drives its Chevy Volt toward the levee of its future.
Living in an illusory world, the left can maintain its privileged fiction only by adulterating language.
Something is burning, and it's not just Terry Jones' Koran. UPDATE: Read Solway's response to critics at the Tatler.
Unions were once the solution. Now they are the problem. (And don't miss "Judge Sue-Me re-blocks WI union law" at the Tatler.)
Cultural relativity: How did we get from there to here?
The posting of articles and columns elaborating a conservative point of view isn't just preaching to the choir, it's also the opportunity to slowly win hearts and minds.
Two more years of Obama is all any Republican candidate may need.
There's something cryptic and elusive about Krauthammer, like the coy Waldo in the famous puzzle. (And don't miss Steve Green on "Krauthammer Correcting Krauthammer.")
Is it possible that the left is in the grip of a Satanic possession? (Also read J. Christian Adams at the Tatler: "Foul becomes fair.")
Beware the child-soldiers of the millennium who have your unhappiness heart.
There is probably no one more qualified for the White House than Sarah Palin. But is she electable?
Understanding the real goal explains the missed opportunities.
The federal government must never be given control of the internet and the airwaves.