The differences between the right and left on Constitutional issues.
Obama's statement that mass shootings don't happen in other "advanced" countries is preposterous.
The UVA gang rape story represents the worst of "narrative" journalism.
There are similarities between the case of the 15-year-old Brawley, who cried rape, and today's grievance culture.
Those who've never read Kafka are doomed to ruin the lives of others.
Obama is bent on destruction rather than creation, because destruction for its own sake is also part of the arsenal of nihilism.
Each security protocol was knowingly inadequate.
ISIS' snuff films and their surprisingly diverse audience demographics.
The law must be changed to allow us to speedily send illegal alien children home.
Democratic shorthand: Whatever the problems today might be, of course Bush was worse.
The left is desperate to believe that Capital in the Twenty-First Century will turn America to socialism.
Liberals assure us we don't really want the best care available.
There's more to who ends up a winner or loser with Obamacare than who pays less or more.
MIT economist Jonathan Gruber claims that only 3% of the population will be hurt financially by Obamacare.
The cost of premiums plus out-of-pocket expenses for health care make Obamacare a bad deal.
If Obama wishes to speak for the world, he would do well to understand how the world works.
Obama cares little about the public's opinion of his appointees; see how tenaciously he has clung to Eric Holder so far through thick and thin.
Democrats discovering what the right has known about Obama since the beginning.
Does the president wish he weren’t so constrained by the system the Founders put in place so very long ago?
The intellectual transformation from left to right.
There's plenty of blame to go around for Benghazi. And plenty of incompetence.
Or do they wish to stay in dreamland?
The GOP candidate is swimming upstream against an incumbent who presses his advantages to the fullest.
A harbinger of November? Tea Party conservatives have already shown Reagan-esque appeal.