His speech and policies utilize the bait-and-switch. (In a related post, Ed Driscoll asks, was the Senate "Bait and Switched into Time-Limited, Response-Limited Kinetic Military Police Action" in Libya?)
A concealed carry killing raises dangerous questions.
The DOJ ordered the Dayton Police Dept. to lower the passing score for an entrance exam when not many minorities passed. As a cop, I know what happens next and the consequences could be deadly.
A response to a recent PJM article on "immigration restrictionists" by Ruben Navarette.
In Wisconsin, unintended consequences could yield a new law.
A wealth of evidence points to an inescapable conclusion.
We must reverse the damage done by the radical '60s view of mental illness.
Reflections on the source of our partisan divide.
Just where does defense rank among the Obama administration's priorities?
The DOJ throws its weight behind a middle-school teacher who claims her rights were violated when she wasn't allowed the time to go to Mecca.
A massive security threat just blossomed, and you'd be hard-pressed to find an MSM or administration official who cares.
Breyer's "living Constitution" is a dead letter.
There's more than meets the eye to the left's favorite epithet applied to conservatives.