Word of the year: 'Post-truth' -- how fitting

by Jerry Newcombe -- Oxford Dictionaries has named "post-truth" its word of the year for 2016. How fitting. Oxford says it's "an adjective defined as 'relating to or denoting circumstances in which more…

Who needs the U.N.?

by Barry Farber -- NEW YORK – The tourist visiting New York was startled as his cab rode past the giant glass tower on First Avenue just north of 42nd Street. "What's more…

Obama's Hitlerian departure

by Scott Lively -- Immediately after D-Day in World War II, the American forces of the Allied coalition set their focus on the liberation of Cherbourg, France, in Normandy. The City of more…

The DNC's Keith Ellison dilemma

by Star Parker -- As we enter 2017, the Democratic Party has good reason to be concerned. In Washington, Republicans now control the White House and both houses of Congress. Thirty-three governors more…

Hey, liberals, reality is not optional

by Walter Williams -- We will never understand liberals and progressives until we recognize that they often see reality as a social construct subject to being challenged and changed. For example, throughout more…

Trump promises I hope he breaks -- and soon

by John Stossel -- Two more weeks until the new administration begins! I wonder if President Donald Trump will stick to his campaign promises – like reducing immigration and slamming consumers by more…

Is Angela Merkel mad?

by Caleb Stephen -- Angela Merkel has come under fire for her sorely misguided views on kindness and compassion toward violent Islamic jihadist thugs, known by many of the German populace as more…

Can Israel be both Jewish and democratic?

by Joseph Farah -- Perhaps the most baffling claim made by Secretary of State John Kerry in his speech explaining the Obama administration's involvement in the U.N. Security Council resolution's condemnation of more…