Kit Carson and Native Americans. Ben Stein and Ron Paul. Liberals and Santa. Obama and National Security. Napolitano and Rendell. Plus much more.
Obama White House scrambles to spin itself out of post-Flight 253 fallout.
If you liked Flight 253, you’ll love Obamacare.
On terror, Obama is distracted by his domestic agenda.
Whose side are you on?
Time for the bad guys to lose power — and the good guys to win the Super Bowl.
America’s first televangelist represented the mainstreaming of Pentecostalism — and he avoided the pitfalls that did in some of his contemporaries.
We’ve come full circle — if not worse.
The MLB Network debuted last January 1. Baseball will never be the same again.
Blaming America — and who else? — on Larry King Live.
Wikipedia’s founder asks for “civility” even as it’s revealed that “Wikipedia’s Green Doctor rewrote 5248 climate articles.”
Time to pull the plug on the New Authoritarianism.
Bill Gates Sr. talks the talk even better than his famous super-wealthy son.
Hamas is allowed to make a mockery of British and international law.
Flight 253’s connection to Flight 93.
Shifting blame won’t cut it, Mr. President.
A liberal columnist’s brother begs to differ: Happy New Year, here comes 2010.
The ecobullies’ modest proposal to reduce carbon.
The new transparency is just like the old transparency — only worse.
There are no miracle cures for arrogance and willful ignorance.
Imagine no government-run health care. It’s easy if you try.
For liberals, politics trumps American safety.
The battle is not yet over.
Reflections on Democrats and health care and the death last week of 86-year-old Ike Aranne.
Sorry, folks, but there’s one more year to go in this first decade of the 21st century.