Asking and telling about Kagan. Getting MADDER. GLAAD about you. Mighty Quin. Ben Stein. Plus more.
Next Tuesday, Pennsylvanians may be tired of a senator who can’t keep his parties straight.
Kagan would be an effective advocate on the Court.
Smirking seems to be Barack Obama’s default response to criticism.
Welcome to California, where it pays not to work.
The mistaken “equivalency” between renewables and conventional power sources.
If it’s worth our having, Beijing will spy on it.
And the Goddess Amba’s miracle elixir.
President Obama’s nominee to run Medicare and Medicaid has declared his love for Britain’s health care system. Literally.
A Red Eye special look at infidels and losers.
What would Thurgood Marshall do?
Bob Tyrrell is the man for whom the term “stand-up guy” was invented.
The Senate Judiciary Committee today will consider the nomination of a dubious litigator to serve as a federal district judge in Rhode Island.
President Obama’s Grecian formula certainly won’t.
Creating a hostile enivronment for immigration enforcement.
Bennett loss signals perils of vote for a pro-socialist Supreme Court nominee.
Taking advantage of a captive chairlift audience.
What has happened to Howard Cosell’s toy department?
Supreme Court pick Elana Kagan has a lot in common with the president.
Military recruiters and the chink in Dean Kagan’s armor.
Decision to stop off-shore drilling because of risk betrays American Exceptionalism.
A half-century of birth control has counter-intuitively resulted in an increase in unplanned pregnancies.
BP, unfortunately, is no Exxon.
Qualifying for a presidential run in 2012 requires serious team play in 2010.
What would a little boy have known about stormy weather?
Some liberals see red flags in the thin record that Kagan does have.
The president and his attorney general suddenly discover they are “now dealing with international terrorism” — and that Miranda rights may have to wait.
Why do we need a smoking SUV to tell us that a terrorist attack is under way?
A few thoughts on finance, Goldman Sachs, and porn stars.
Where would he be today if Tony Rezko hadn’t “made enough money”?
Degree of difficulty: Not too bad, but pay attention.