The speech sounds even better today.
The History Channel's inaccurate, relativist treatment of the Good Book.
Fallon Fox should really be a woman in combat.
Battle-hardened Chadian desert commandos on the Sahel front of the GWOT.
Government regs have driven costs up -- yet diesel power still may be the way to go.
Senator Paul Rand stages a filibuster -- and is joined by a happy few comrades.
Our friends at TSA are going on a shopping spree.
The demands of the postwar world have transformed the Senate from an "exclusive club" into something like a convocation of princes from a hundred private fiefdoms. Therein lies the dilemma of Majority Leader Robert Byrd.
We're seeing a profile in courage, properly understood, that could prove transformative not just for the GOP.
Our president's mastery of "partisan message management" will do him in.
Jeb Bush, Obama’s EPA nominee, and the tie to Republican moderation.
Dinner with my American hero family in Little Rock.
Kim Jong-un thinks he has game, but he’s slow, overweight, and can’t jump.
No, not that "Barry," but the great one, Barry Goldwater.
Political and economic crisis can create strange bedfellows, as Egypt and Iran are proving.
Who knew “Honey I’m home” was such an influential part of family life?
It may already be occurring.
His “evolution” on gay marriage has been one big lie.
Will President Obama delegate Dennis Rodman to represent the U.S. at the Venezuelan's funeral?
The California Republican Party sees an opportunity.