James Taranto | from the April 2011 issue
Who is President Barack H. Obama trying to kid with his Middle East policy?
Fukushima is not the end of nuclear power — just the opposite. Even Dick Durbin might agree.
David Brock revealed as Fox spy at Media Matters; Ailes tapped for NPR in “Tea Party Media Coup.”
Republicans should know why Democrats are bluffing on the budget.
The Obama administration’s opportunity to promote religious liberty.
President Bashar al-Assad doesn’t intend to be among them.
Questions that will need to be put to Moussa Koussa, a prize catch if fileted properly.
Sorry, Mr. President, there’s no such thing as a world community. But there is, as Gov. Pawlenty notes, American exceptionalism.
Recently revealed information suggests there may have been a financial motive involved in the Department of Education’s rulemaking.
There’s a preferable alternative to shutting the government down — ask Sens. DeMint and Toomey.
Anyone, it appears, who would be driven up the wall by a reading of its enumerated powers.
It is probably best we don’t make stupidity a crime.
The House Ways and Means Committee brings AARP to book for betraying its members.
Do federal spending, deficits, and debt promote economic growth and prosperity?
The good use to which Peter King’s and even Dick Durbin’s hearings can be put.
To stop this Obama power grab, Congress will need to fix the Railway Labor Act.
Now in its 10th year, it could drag on a lot longer.
The kindest thing that can be said about last night is that our president showed he can be budget-conscious.
The budget talks don’t look promising, but who is really to blame for being unrealistic about federal spending?
Bush CPB appointee and NPR defender is symbol of GOP fight between Conservatives and Statists.
Perhaps the wrong speech got loaded onto his teleprompter.
Even in Detroit, bureaucratically bloated, educationally failing school districts are giving way to charter schools.
People in Washington were never friendly, but now they are really, really unfriendly. But then there’s Charleston.
Oil, dependency, and redistribution, Obama, Dilma, and Dohrn.
Is it still our indispensable alliance? From our new April issue.
There are no facts to support any explanation Obama will give tonight.
That’s the likely outcome of his Libya war.
It’s come under fire again from Gaza. Why weren’t its defense systems ready? (Updated, March 28, 2:05 p.m.)
The right hand giveth; the left hand taketh away.
The Religious Left does what it’s always done.
Do we spend too much time watching sports?