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Like death and taxes, there are certain things in life we’ve come to anticipate. Another item to add to the list: vapid front-page articles by...

Mark Krikorian, the leading theorist of immigration restriction in America, offers a surprising, but honest, implicit ackowledgement of how much his own vision of a walled-off America...

Rudy Giuliani has either stalled or fallen some in the polls over the last month, and questions are being raised about his campaign's "theory of...

We are six weeks away from the Iowa caucus, and as has frequently been the case, Republicans in the Hawkeye State are beginning to shine the...

The political class is awash in excitement -- a poll has just been released of Iowa voters showing Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama in a...

The Nation is holding a poll on its website where readers can choose their ideal choice for the Democratic presidential nomination. Online polls are usually...

If the findings of a new Pew poll are any indication, race—or more specifically, the declining prospects of African-Americans—ought to be at the very center...

The Washington Post and the New York Times may have missed it, but the New York Sun got it. The key moment for the Democrats...

Sidney Blumenthal is leaving his perch at Salon.com, where he writes weekly about American politics and the neoconservative menace with all the subtlety of Buddy...

John Derbyshire, outraged at a long piece in the American Thinker about the online enthusiasm expressed for Ron Paul's presidential campaign by neo-Nazi websites and...

In light of a Drudge story that the Clinton campaign is trying to put the fear of G-d into Wolf Blitzer about not going after...

Fred, it was surely inevitable that Hillary Clinton would have a bad week or two -- all candidates do, and she didn't have even a...