The former VP's op-ed on climate change in today's New York Times is proof that he's clearly bonkers.
ObamaCare and the rest of the nanny state, coming at you at Rahm-ing speed.
The printer who gets the concession for making signs announcing your entry into Obamaville is going to do very well indeed.
A modest proposal to end our long-form 1040 nightmare.
(And check out "Obama: 'never missing an opportunity to miss an opportunity," also from Roger.)
When will the left-wing commentariat notice that the winds of opinion have changed decisively against them?
Roger Kimball on Ayn Rand, Whittaker Chambers, and Theodore Dalrymple.
(And click here to watch Mark Hemingway's interview with Rand biographer Jennifer Burns at PJTV.)
“It’ll never happen,” you say? But then, Scott Brown was unknown to much of the country at the start of year, as well.
The Massachusetts Senate race really was a referendum on the president's agenda. (See also Ron Radosh: "The Lessons of the Brown Victory: Will Obama Learn Them?")
The fact that it is impossible to say should have Martha Coakley very worried.
Suffering from a case of "jihad jitters," the Metropolitan Museum of Art pulls images of Mohammed from its Islamic collection.
The only thing “transparent” about this administration is its dishonesty,
Freedom of expression can only thrive in a free society in which the right to offend is cherished.
We're in for a period of "security theater" because the president does not understand the nature of the enemy we face.
Senator Jim DeMint proposes a vote tomorrow, claiming the Reid bill is unconstitutional. He's right.
Mitch McConnell got it right: “The history that’s being made here is the ignoring of the will of the American people.”
One of the curious features of megalomania is an inability to appreciate the disruptive force of countermanding facts.
Americans would do well to remember that the world tomorrow will not necessarily resemble the world today.
This administration is devoted to transforming the jihadist war against the West into a civilian conflict.
Late Saturday night, those who would be your masters in Washington took another step toward usurping one-sixth of the U.S. economy and arrogating to themselves control over your medical care.
What actually happened after super-RINO Dede Scozzafava crashed and burned in NY-23?
The upcoming Copenhagen climate treaty will have rich countries compensate poor countries because the rich have allegedly done more to insult the environment. Will Obama sign it?
White House Communications Director Anita Dunn tries her best to spin her way out of her praise of Chairman Mao.