Sen. Kennedy strikes out
with Alito

by -NO AUTHOR- -- When I retired as publisher of National Review in 1988, I sent all my office files to the Library of Congress. It had requested them, as part of more…

So much for 'super-duper' precedents

by Jane Chastain -- It is no secret that Roe vs. Wade, the 1973 decision that made it legal to kill an unborn child in every state, for any reason, under any more…

What U.S. could learn
from Mexico

by Craige McMillan -- I love slow news days, because every so often a truffle emerges when reporters set aside their stacks of press releases and stumble out into the real world. more…

'End of the Spear'

by Joseph Farah -- Question: How many times a year do I strongly recommend a major new movie to you? Answer: Not very often. There's a reason for that. There are few more…

Leftist hypocrisy on gun laws

by Jon Dougherty -- Voters in the city of San Francisco made headlines in November after approving a measure banning all handguns. Liberals instinctively fawned over the ballot results, quickly declaring a more…

'Today' show's Lauer calls
Alito 'ultra-conservative'

by Larry Elder -- Question: Who called Judge Sam Alito, nominated to succeed retiring Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor, an "ultra-conservative"? Was it an attack by the liberal Senate Judiciary Committee more…

'Chocolate City' sprinkled
with nuts

by Ann Coulter -- So Hillary Clinton thinks the House of Representatives is being "run like a plantation." And, she added, "you know what I'm talking about." First of all: Think about more…

Happy birthday to me

by Burt Prelutsky -- It was many years ago, when young Mickey Mantle first patrolled centerfield for the New York Yankees, that I first heard that he fully expected to die of more…

The 'D' stands for demagogue

by Michelle Malkin -- The freaks come out at night. The demagogues came out on Martin Luther King Day. Democrat N.Y. Sen. Hillary Clinton, perhaps looking to distract attention from those pesky more…