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Putin's Next Steps: Why He Does Not Fear NATO

His Russian psyche guides him; his accurate assessment of NATO emboldens him.

‘Liberalism Has A Kind Of Tourette’s Syndrome These Days’

George Will notes that the 2014 left is all race, all the time.

Our Psychodramatic Campuses

Our pampered elite college students are creations of the very exploitation they project onto others.

Black Lives, Democrat Lies

Confusing voluntary charity with subsidies funded at gunpoint.

For Unproven Theory, Scientists Propose Unproven Solutions

Tesla's Business Model: Threat, or Free Market Triumph?

Cutting out dealerships—and their powerful lobby—is market-based innovation.

Justice Stevens and Flexible History

Stevens' notion that the Second Amendment is not an individual right collapses under scrutiny.

Barry Eat World

Just as it did in the 1960s, the left is currently devouring itself—and plenty of innocent victims as well.

Abbas Abandons Palestinian Prisoners—and the Peace Process

The Palestinian president chooses to seek recognition at the UN rather than talk to Israel.

Beyond Reproach

Hillary Clinton and other political monsters from the Id.

Breaking: Bureau of Land Management Won't Enforce Court Order Against Bundy Cows

Asians Derail Affirmative Action In California

A constitutional amendment to repeal ban on racial preferences fails in state senate.

Beyond Soviet: Some Decorating Tips for Jay Carney and Claire Shipman

Does Strategy Drive the U.S. Defense Budget?

Investments in smaller, technologically advanced naval systems must be matched by investments in capital ships.

Iran Continues to Rub America's Nose in 1979 Hostage Drama

The 5 Most Overrated Sports Movies

Prepare to be outraged. Sacred cows will be slain, barbecued and eaten with a side of cole slaw.

PJTV's Trifecta Goes to the Movies: Libertarian Themes Hit the Screen in Captain America & Divergent

We Are All Scientists

What entry-level qualifications are required before you can perform science?

Tea Party Challenges Stumbling as Primaries Approach

Of the 12 GOP senators seeking re-election, seven still await primaries. Polls show incumbents, in most cases, maintaining substantial leads.

'This Nonviolent Stuff’ll Get You Killed:' Guns and the Civil Rights Movement

A new book explains how pivotal black gun ownership was to defeating the Klan.

Admin Wants to Lift Ban on Airline, Nuke Training in U.S. for Libyans

DHS reasoning for requesting change of the Reagan-era rule didn't mention Benghazi attack or risk posed by associated terror groups.

The President of Brandeis University Should Resign

Ayaan Hirsi Ali publishes what she would have said at Brandeis.

Independent Inventors to Congress: We're Not Patent Trolls

Innovators fear Leahy-Lee bill would discourage invention and “seriously undermine the ability for start-ups to raise capital.”

Colbert Replaces Letterman; CBS Forgets the Lessons of The Late Shift

Those who failed to watch HBO's Late Shift are doomed to repeat it.

Putin Declares All-Out Cold War on America

The regime has shut down Voice of America and is flouting US sanctions against Iran.