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Norquist Explains Stealth Taxes in New FCC Internet Rules

At CPAC on Friday, Americans for Tax Reform president Grover Norquist told  National Review’s Jay Nordlinger that the Federal Communications Commission’s new regulations on the Internet will cost Americans as much as $16 billion in new...Show More Summary

A Substantial Achievement

You may have read from time to time about “substantive due process.” The Constitution twice requires governments to provide due process of law before depriving people of life, liberty, or property. The Supreme Court has interpreted these...Show More Summary

Sessions Holds Private Gathering at CPAC after Conservatives Walk Out on Jeb Bush

Shortly after dozens of conservatives walked out on Jeb Bush’s appearance at CPAC, Alabama senator Jeff Sessions held court in a closed-door meeting with conservative activists and reporters covering the event. Unsurprisingly, the stalwart...Show More Summary

CPAC Hails ‘President Paul’

CPAC activists waited an hour-and-a-half for Senator Rand Paul after congressional votes delayed his speech, and the pent-up energy made for a rowdy welcome. “President Paul! President Paul! President Paul!” the attendees chanted inShow More Summary

Jeb to Booing CPAC Activists: ‘I’m Marking You Down As Neutral’

CPAC activists booed Jeb Bush when Sean Hannity broached the subject of immigration in a Q&A with the former Florida governor, but Bush stood by his perceived conservative heresies on the issue, winning applause as he argued that Americans...Show More Summary

Leonard Nimoy (1931-2015)

Leonard Nimoy: Spock is definitely one of my best friends. When I put on those ears, it`s not like just another day. When I become Spock, that day becomes something special. And so it did. Thank you, Mr. Nimoy.

Dozens of CPAC Attendees Walk Out on Jeb Bush

Scores of  CPAC attendees began to file out as soon as Jeb Bush started speaking with talk show host Sean Hannity this afternoon,which did eventually garner plenty of applause.  After exiting the main auditorium at the Conservative Political...Show More Summary

An Exceptional History of the Pro-Life Movement

  Dr. Jack C. Willke, who passed away this past weekend, was truly the father of the pro-life movement. He and his wife Barbara co-wrote over twelve books on abortion and human sexuality. Their last book Abortion and the Pro-Life Movement:...Show More Summary

Phil Robertson: There Are Too Many Non-Christians in the White House

Duck Dynasty star Phil Robertson told a CPAC crowd on Thursday that the U.S.A. should be run by Christians, and not any others — adding omniously that “we got too many ‘any others’ in the White House.” Robertson marked his receivingShow More Summary

Mrs. Ponnuru Goes to Miami

There have been several reports in the press that April Ponnuru has signed up to work for Jeb Bush’s shop. The Ponnurus are friends of ours, but even in the unhappy event that that weren’t true I would be thrilled for Governor Bush and...Show More Summary

Trump Slams Bush: 'I Don't See Him Winning; I Don't See There's Any Way'

Following the trend inaugurated by Laura Ingraham at CPAC earlier this morning, Donald Trump took to the CPAC stage and lit into Jeb Bush. “Jeb Bush — he’s in favor of Common Core, he’s weak on immigration,” Trump said. “I don’t seeShow More Summary

Priebus Warns Candidates: 'No Coronation in the Republican Party'

Drawing a marked contrast to the presumptive Democratic nominee and perhaps one GOP hopeful, Republican National Committee chairman Reince Priebus told a packed CPAC ballroom that the race for the Republican nomination in 2016 remains wide open. “There will be no coronation in the Republican party,” he declared. Show More Summary

Twelve Things that Caught My Eye Today (There Will Never be Another Friday in February 2015)

1. Crowdfunding for children of the 21 martyrs. 2. More reports that ISIS is killing more Christians, and that more than 350 – including women and children – may have been abducted this week. 3. Syrian Archbishop Jean-Clement Jeanbart,...Show More Summary

Net Neutrality and the Left

Great piece on the homepage by John Fund about the left- and far-left-wing ideologues behind net neutrality. Perhaps the strongest advocate has been a Marxist communications professor named Robert McChesney, who says stuff like “anyShow More Summary

Up with Nunes

From time to time I’ve talked up Rep. Devin Nunes’s plan to improve the tax treatment of business investment. Judging from a report this week, the Tax Foundation is also a fan.

'Macho Christianity' Isn't the Problem, Gimmick Christianity Is

Over at The  New Republic, Elizabeth Bruenig  has penned a lengthy report on the “ failure of macho Christianity,” focusing on the rise and fall of two “macho” Christian pastors: Mark Driscoll and the lesser-known Heath Mooneyham. Except...Show More Summary

R.I.P. Charlie Rice

The Notre Dame family has lost two giants: the Reverend Theodore Hesburgh, who died Thursday night, and Professor Charles Rice, who died the day before. The two men were on opposite sides of most political issues but united in theirShow More Summary

America’s Locust Years

According to a Washington Post story, the German army is so poorly funded that it cannot afford machine guns for its armored vehicles. German soldiers tried to hide the fact — and you have to give them credit for ingenuity — by using broomsticks instead. Show More Summary

Bolton: A Hillary Presidency Would Be 'Third Obama Term'

John Bolton told an enthusiastic CPAC crowd that he’s determined to make national security a leading issue in the presidential campaign, “one way or another.”  But while he played it close to the vest on whether he will run for the White...Show More Summary

That Scandalous Archbishop

San Francisco is scandalized that the archbishop administering the Catholic Church locally intends to act like an archbishop administering the Catholic Church locally. Archbishop Salvatore J. Cordileone—King Richard was not the onlyShow More Summary

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