The way it is being rammed through Congress is not how the world’s greatest democracy should get its business accomplished.
If you want to know why the current generation hews to a left-wing world view, look no further than the influence of a popular history textbook.
His many years as a congregant of Rev. Jeremiah Wright continue to raise questions.
The columnist reverts to form with crude ad hominem attacks on Israel.
In many ways, his description of American values was a ringing rebuke to the left.
A preposterous and disingenuous explanation for Major Hasan's actions appears on the op-ed page of the New York Times.
A nondescript, hard-to-find museum that used to be the headquarters of the secret police is a house of horrors.
There was nostalgia in the remembrances of the fall of the Berlin Wall for some of the "good" socialist policies that disappeared with East Germany.
The DDR (German Democratic Republic) Museum is dedicated to showing how East Germans lived under Communism.
It is startling the lengths to which some will go to remain in politically correct denial. (See also "Dissent is the Highest Form of Patriotism" by Richard Fernandez and "Political Correctness Runs Amuck in the U.S. Government (Continued)" by Roger Simon.)
To win in the future, Republicans need the kind of swing voters fed up with Obama’s domestic policies.
Because, after all, why bother defending freedom of speech if you disagree with the opinions expressed?
It is my deepest fear that President Obama will not stand by his early assertion that it is a “war of necessity.”
Political correctness run amok as the Human Rights Commission reaches the level of complete absurdity.
After all, there's nothing more threatening than an attractive, articulate female conservative with knowledge and guts.
The widely reported ban on Fox only makes the Obama administration look fearful, weak, and ready only to talk with those who agree with their agenda. (Also read Roger L. Simon: Right, Left ... Obama Fires in All Directions)
Ignore his new shtick — the terrorist's word means nothing.
In making the comparison, pundits seem to forget how different that dispute was. (Also read Stephen Green: Muddling Through)
A stunning new revelation about the writing of the president's memoir points to ... Bill Ayers.
Is he a populist whose rantings create a serious danger for conservatives or a phenomenon to be embraced?
Is the U.S. Attorney's office repaying a debt to the Obama-loving blogger?
The issue is not Glenn Beck. It's the fact that the administration had no right to give a job to anyone with Jones’ background.
Formerly Obama's cheerleader, the opinion writer is urging him to move to the center or watch his popularity plunge further.