Hillary's undoing: Sexism or sanctimony?

by Craige McMillan -- On Monday, the Wall Street Journal published a bit of self-important puffery by Hillary Clinton's "senior adviser," Phillipe Reines. If this was any example of the thought about more…

Congress scapegoats oil speculators

by Walter Williams -- Despite Congress' periodic hauling of weak-kneed oil executives before their committees to charge them with collusion and price-gouging, subsequent federal investigations turn up no evidence to support the more…

It's the Constitution, stupid!

by Joseph Farah -- Americans need to ask themselves the following question: Do I want the courts to decide cases on the basis of good public policy, or do I want them more…

My favorite magazines

by Burt Prelutsky -- When people ask me what periodicals I read, they tend to assume I'll mention political journals or literary magazines. Surely I must have the New Yorker, the New more…

Muhammad: Leader of change

by Bill Federer -- "Muhammad" is the most popular name for newborn boys in Brussels, Amsterdam, Rotterdam, London and other major European cities. A full 70 percent of immigrants into Europe are more…

Obama's relevant interview: Lies on lies

by Jill Stanek -- A CNN reporter interviewing me a couple weeks ago about Barack Obama's opposition as state senator to the Illinois Born Alive Infants Protection Act groaned more than once more…

Supreme tyrants: A tale of two cases

by Judge Roy Moore -- "It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness. …" Thus begins the more…

The shame of Africa

by Nat Hentoff -- Global attention, following Robert Mugabe's blood-drenched extension of his presidency in Zimbabwe, was on the summit meeting of the leaders in the African Union. At the start, Asha-Rose more…