The story of a musical prodigy's escape from Hitler strikes all the right notes and needs to be shared with the next generation.
Memories are fading not only in America, but in Eastern Europe as well.
Increasing ignorance of great works of art has left Americans less capable of fully evaluating their leaders.
A shovel-ready test to separate the authentic environmentalists from the phonies.
Does a man's death from swallowing a bag of pot during an arrest illustrate the evil of outlawing drugs? No, just the opposite.
With feminists having promoted female promiscuity as empowerment, "home-wrecker" no longer holds any currency.
Silence about the assault on tea partier Kenneth Gladney shows that leftists care about blacks only if it advances their agenda.
Those who casually dismiss such fears about Obama should first consider the evidence.
A new report grades universities on what they actually teach their students — and professors don't like it one bit.
Rallying against war and Republicans: good. Rallying against socialized medicine and Democrats: bad.
Obama's election and the health care reform push would have been impossible without the dumbing down of academia.
How a leftist university helped forge a conservative leader.
An exchange with a black business leader and an address to the NAACP reveals the dark underbelly of their views.
The movement for smaller government was still alive this Independence Day.
Obama's campaign to erase individuality and ambition reminds me of my old life in communist Slovenia.
The GOP must resist the urge to excuse or empathize with the philandering governor.
Sonia Sotomayor is like that annoying professor you thought you had gotten away from — but now she's back in your life.
Notre Dame's embrace of the president reflects a broader watering-down of the Church's traditional doctrines.
Despite their pal being elected president, they still view the U.S. as a racist oppressor.
The infamous DHS memo is part of a broader campaign to silence conservative voices.
How a '60s radical helped poison a noble profession.
The GOP can and must appeal to the freedom-loving, rebellious side of young voters.
The Washington Post's chief Palin-basher Kathleen Parker strikes again.
A study claiming that the views of liberal professors don't influence their students deserves a big, red "F."