Assorted Jackasses | from the February 2011 issue
As Egypt prepares us for a New Middle East, thank goodness for nuclear weapons and mutually assured destruction. But then there’s Iran.
The first rule of political pandering: Know what you’re talking about.
A nice reminder of a no-holds-barred detestation.
Senate Democrats seal their fate for 2012 by voting against repeal of Obamacare.
Remembering Ronald Reagan at 100 — and what he learned from his “progressive” friends.
The riots in Egypt have been a boon for post-Domodedovo Russia.
Why are we now not surprised when architecture is ugly and inhuman? Nancy Pearcey offers answers to this and many other questions about our aggressively secular age.
Holder team tramples civil rights — by enforcing left-wing view that civil rights law exists only to protect certain minorities, the heck with everyone else.
Not far from Nashville, a long way from Egypt.
Judge Roger Vinson would have made an excellent zoologist.
The bishop of Phoenix upsets the New York Times and its collective of Planned Parenthood Catholics.
The devil is alive and active in the world and maybe up for a Grammy.
Was there anyone here who was not a budding filmmaker?
Officially, it is no longer the law of the land. That means more than anyone is letting on.
Punishing desperate parents who want better schools for their children.
Who does our president take us for?
Thirty-three years of cold peace was better than four wars over a quarter century.
Obama’s socialist fantasy shattered as Centennial birthday arrives.
U.S. District Judge Roger Vinson invokes severability to strike down entire reform law.
Overturning Judge Vinson’s ruling would expand Congress’s power to politically unacceptable heights.
Egypt’s protesters enjoy coverage never extended to, say, Tea Partiers.
A reminder of the urgency of energy independence.
Senator Paul introduces a $500 billion spending cuts package.
Mr. Obama’s sloppy thinking on the subject is alarming.
Big government evacuations, Washington, D.C. style.
It all began with his little “pat-down” witticism.
On the eve of his 100th birthday, liberals don’t just revise the 40th president’s record — they practically claim him as one of their own.