Post Archive

July 31, 2012

As part of their effort to derail voter ID laws, liberals treat it as a given that there is no such thing as voter fraud...

Both parties have good reason to avoid another government shutdown standoff this fall, as the fiscal year ends a little more than a month before...

In the last week, the Romney campaign got a taste of some of the same treatment from the mainstream media that has afflicted Republicans for...

I’ve written before about the potential for a “November surprise” if the sequestration threat doesn’t get resolved before the election. The automatic cuts to the...

Here's a pretty gruesome story from Pakistan that began circulating yesterday: At least 11 nurses, including three Christians, were poisoned at Civil Hospital Karachi for eating...

The Independent’s Los Angeles correspondent Guy Adams -- an outspoken critic of NBC’s Olympic coverage -- is claiming he was unfairly censored after he had...

Andrew Malcolm at Investors Business Daily has an interesting column on whether those who are telling pollsters they intend to vote for the president really are...

Polish Anti-Communist and Nobel Peace Laureate Lech Walesa embraced Mitt Romney’s candidacy during his visit to Poland this week, but later added that Romney has to...

The Washington Post’s Scott Wilson has published his account of Mitt Romney’s trip abroad, focusing on the GOP candidate’s time in Israel. It is an...

The House Oversight Committee is holding five Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) officials responsible in the Fast and Furious operation failures, according...

New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg knows what’s best for you. He knows how much salt and saturated fat you should cook with and eat,...

According to a story in the Associated Press, "the ranks of America's poor are on track to climb to levels unseen in nearly half a century."...