Post Archive

July 3, 2012

The past week was not a good one for those who care about personal liberty and restraining the expanding power of the federal government. Chief...

At the Weekly Standard, Jeffrey Anderson compiled two lists ranking the 10 best presidents and 10 worst presidents, based on the net opinions of likely...

It seems safe to say that no Supreme Court decision has ever been extolled more effusively by its admirers than the ObamaCare one, notwithstanding the fact...

There is something about conservatives using the word “freedom” that drives the left insane. Maybe because progressives like to see themselves as champions of the...

So it appears the standoff which led to the closing of the NATO supply line through Pakistan in November has finally been resolved. After resisting offering...

Last week’s decision by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) to designate the Church of the Nativity as a world heritage site...

We interrupt our commentary on the looming defense sequestration--which Defense Secretary Leon Panetta has called a potential "disaster"--to note that our most stalwart ally, Great Britain,...

When Newt Gingrich led the Republicans back to power on Capitol Hill during Bill Clinton’s first midterms, the revolutionaries came with a famous to-do list....

The Hill reports President Obama will kick off his jobs-focused “Betting on America” bus tour this week, an odd choice of timing considering the dreary economic...

I take no joy from being proven right, but it appears that I--and other advocates of a continued American military presence in Iraq--were right to...

In the last year as Democrats have tried to oppose all efforts to ensure the integrity of the vote in the fall election, they have...

In his Washington Post column, Michael Gerson writes this: Even in a short time, Roberts' decision has not worn well. What initially seemed wise now smacks...