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The ‘green movement’ is coming under attack from a most unexpected source – the ‘green movement’.
An Illinois special congressional election provides an opportunity to rebuke both a passive GOP and an overreaching left.
Here is how Republicans should answer the "if you knew then what you knew now" question.
The defining American middle class is devolving toward poverty. There seems little doubt that the economic pattern results from government intervention.
There will be no closure for the Benghazi tragedy until Hillary Clinto reveals the truth about the e-mail messages she received on her "private" server.
Whether the church, para-church organizations, the government, schools, corporations, small businesses, and even blood banks, the plague of liberalism seems to know no bounds.
Like most anti-Semitic and anti-Israeli groups, Artists for Palestine and fellow believers adopt their negative attitude to cultural performers and events only when Israelis are involved.
But the Mad Men main character's end is more credible than Obama's will be.
Charles Murray offers a blueprint for an effort to turn back the regulatory state.
Body cameras come with limitations and drawbacks, and as more officers begin wearing these cameras, the public needs to know what to realistically expect.
For decades the Democratic Party leadership has been the greatest dispensers of evil in America, hating morality while trashing all things wholesome and good.
Of course there's a double standard here. And as usual, the media concocted it.
Regulatory aficionados (such as Obama, Bloomberg and Johnathan Gruber) believe we’re all too stupid to make everyday decisions on our own.
We live in a world that is foaming at the mouth to catch good people making mistakes and then slander them, destroy their lives and the lives of their own children.
The passage of time continues to work to Obama's advantage
For the left, Josh Duggar’s greatest offense wasn’t molestation; it was showing remorse after the fact.
Everyone -- politicians, community organizers, educators, the MSM and many others -- wants to have a conversation about race, police brutality against blacks, white privilege, and anything and everything else you can name.
It's not just the economy, stupid.
One of the lowest levels of hell was the Western Front in World War I.
Military dog handlers and their four-legged partners: always on the front lines, saving American lives.