Presidential adultery

by Les Kinsolving -- One of our nation's very best historians and syndicated newspaper columnists is Victor Davis Hanson of Stanford University's Hoover Institution. So it is with no little trepidation that more…

Should a president be a multiple adulterer?

by Les Kinsolving -- "As you know, your ex-wife gave an interview to ABC News and another interview with the Washington Post, and this story has now gone viral on the Internet," more…

Religious liberty lives

by Les Kinsolving -- Seven conservative Virginia church congregations, which broke away from the Episcopal Church in 2006, were ruled against by Fairfax County Circuit Court Judge Randy Bellows. Judge Bellows rejected more…

'Historically black' vs. 'historically white'

by Les Kinsolving -- Democrat Reps. Pete Stark of California and Stephen Cohen of Tennessee both have substantial numbers of black constituents. So they both applied to join the Congressional Black Caucus. more…

2 monumental changes needed in D.C.

by Les Kinsolving -- The growingly few of us who can remember hearing, live, the presidential address to Congress on Dec. 8, 1941, will, I strongly suspect, remember best its magnificent conclusion more…

Scholars reject Thomas Jefferson sex affair

by Les Kinsolving -- "The Jefferson-Hemings Controversy" is a new book dealing with one of the most outrageous libels in American history. "Thomas Jefferson's Monticello" noted: "In September of 1802, political journalist more…

Punishment for occupiers? Hard labor

by Les Kinsolving -- Early on Sunday morning in the middle of McPherson Square, two blocks from the White House, "Occupy D.C." protesters built the frame of a small barn, upon which more…

The mind-boggling Ron Paul

by Les Kinsolving -- "The possibility of a military attack against Iran is now closer to being applied than the application of a diplomatic option," warned Israeli President Shimon Peres. National Review more…

Boys swimming on girls' teams

by Les Kinsolving -- 'Boys swimming on girls' teams find success – then draw jeers' That is the Nov. 19 headline in the New York Times. It tells of the Massachusetts South more…