Can 'midnight soccer' defeat ISIS?

by Joseph Farah -- [ooyala code="MwZXloczpKs013xVMW9hy1gJm1NI-Tzq" player_id="29c9fd42b6564348812f1c7d4ff9252d"] Maybe this is what Barack Obama has in mind for his strategy to defeat ISIS and "extremist violence" around the world – "midnight soccer." You more…

Why are libertarians hooked on pot?

by Gina Loudon -- Libertarians have a drug problem, and this addiction to drugs is holding them back from becoming an influential voice in American politics. I am not referring to an more…

About those dreaded Bible terrorists …

by Joseph Farah -- Joe Biden has echoed the sentiments of his boss – suggesting terrorist extremism is just as much of a problem with Christians as it is among Muslims. The more…

Make my day: Let Obama close down DHS

by Tom Tancredo -- These days it's hard to know if a newspaper headline is real news or a parody from Mad Magazine. I'm not kidding. "Obama threatens veto" is a recurring more…

The beginning of the end of Obamnesty!

by Larry Klayman -- At about 11:04 p.m. Eastern time Monday, the political and legal world changed. In Brownsville, Texas, the Honorable Andrew Hanen ordered a halt to the Obama administration's amnesty more…

GOP enabling Obama to write more rules

by Curtis Ellis -- President Obama wants to write the rules for the world's economy. And Mitch McConnell and John Boehner want to let him do it. Why on earth would GOP more…

Take the Presidential Competency Exam!

by Matt Barber -- Dear candidate for president of the United States: Congratulations on your decision to pursue a career as leader of the free world. The following exam, while in no more…

Jeffersonian wisdom for today

by Joshua Charles -- I recently ran across a collection of life observations by Thomas Jefferson, "A Decalogue of Canon for Observation in Practical Life," which he wrote in the last year more…

The simple secret to surviving any crisis

by Patrice Lewis -- Some time ago I collected a few links about why some people survive a disaster and others don't. Assuming the event is survivable (and sometimes it's not), it more…

When U.S. Intelligence no longer works for the U.S.

by Craige McMillan -- In view of the latest revelations of cell-phone encryption key thefts by U.S. and British intelligence, I found myself thinking about General and later President Dwight D. Eisenhower's more…