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June 7, 2012

In what must be seen as the last piece of bad news for liberals from Tuesday’s election results, California Governor Jerry Brown conceded late yesterday...

Today, on his New York Times blog, Nate Silver published the first of what will be a regular series of updates on the forecast for...

What exactly is a “green job”? At a hearing yesterday, House Oversight Committee Chair Darrell Issa tried to get to the bottom of it. And...

Late last month, Public Policy Polling found President Obama with a strong 53-39 advantage against Mitt Romney in Michigan, which has been considered a fairly...

Those who view his films as compendiums of distorted propaganda may rightly despise Michael Moore, but there’s no denying that his work re-popularized the documentary...

Mark Steyn, writing in COMMENTARY last November, pulled out a great quote: In 1975, Milton Friedman said this: “I do not believe that the solution to...

The day started out with what initially seemed like good news for the Obama campaign. It had beat its April fundraising haul, a mediocre $43...

Lee Smith has an interesting take on one aspect of the administration’s calculated cyberleaks, produced obediently by the New York Times, detailing the cooperation between...

In his book The Years of Lyndon Johnson: The Passage of Power, Robert Caro – in the context of the civil rights struggle – writes...

The left’s response to the Wisconsin rout is that their ideas weren’t rejected, but they were simply outspent by a flood of corporate, special interest...

After more than a year of violent repression of protests that have taken the lives of thousands of people, Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad has figured...

Monday’s review of They Eat Puppies, Don't They? — Christopher Buckley’s ninth political satire — raises the question of just what satire is. Trouble is,...