"Equal protection"? Muslims are exempted from the mandate because insurance is haraam.
Trillions of dollars have been spent on poverty programs, so why are the poor no better off?
What sounds like wisdom can sometimes be revealed as nonsense.
Amid despair, there is still hope that the West will find the anti-toxin to cure what ails us.
A high-profile conversion begs the question: what are these women seeking that they could not find under liberty?
Muslim immigrants want to start from the premise that Australia is a "racist" country and not a fit place to raise children. (Also read Richard Fernandez: "The Australian Elections.")
All is not lost. After all, we as Americans tackle the difficult and welcome the impossible.
Do Europeans have the will to create an entity that is more than geographic, one that inspires tolerance, respect, and sacrifice?
It's as naive a vision today as it was 90 years ago when the world was a lot less dangerous.
Shrinking budgets mean that college administrators have to make some tough choices while looking at new ways to pass on knowledge to students.
Bad reporting by the mainstream media? Or poorly concealed anti-Semitism?
Since Prime Minister Maliki understands he cannot rely on U.S. forces to maintain stability, he has thrown in his lot with the Iranians.
The comments from the arts community drip with hypocrisy.
At a time when the current administration considers it appropriate to cozy up to enemies, it seems appropriate to understand why we have enemies.
Obama's timidity puts the island at China's mercy.
In actuality, the words don't have any real meaning.
Denying America's exceptionalism, the president seeks to recondition our national instincts.
The NYC mayor touts Chancellor Joel Klein's "accomplishments" while test scores keep dropping.
Socialism expresses the envy of excellence by treating the contributions and wealth of the successful as the wages of sin.