The late Harry Blackmun is being lionized as the second coming of Oliver Wendell Holmes -- all because he made it easier to kill.
Marie Antoinette probably got off easier than Martha Stewart.
Nowadays no one remembers Arnold Gingrich, the man who published Fitzgerald and Hemingway and invented the modern magazine.
The President of the United States is once again the German Chancellorâ€™s first meister.
California joins the post-Christian world by running roughshod on religious freedom.
His favorite Third World thug has been the necklacer he calls "Father Aristide."
The Fed chairman touched the third rail of politics Wednesday -- he told the truth. Democrats -- and Republicans -- are petrified.
It wasnâ€™t wasted, at least if you chose Mel Gibson over Ice Cube.
A posthumous boxed set distills the alchemy of Johnny Cash.
Thanks to the presidentâ€™s economic adviser, the cat is out of the bag: Free trade is good.