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Hillary Clinton’s enabler-in-chief

October 24, 2015 It’s an ancient story: An innocent idealist sets out to change the world and in the process becomes what he hates most. more »»

Time to clean out the VBA

October 23, 2015 Allison Hickey may have resigned as head of the Veterans Benefits Administration just in time to avoid being caught in the middle of a scandal. more »»

Another meeting of unlike minds

October 23, 2015 When President Obama meets in Washington November 9 with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, I would imagine Netanyahu’s main concern will be to find out exactly what the U.S. more »»

Jeb, Jeb, Jeb

October 23, 2015 WASHINGTON — It might be time for Katie Couric to ask Jeb Bush what he reads. more »»

Stop Obama’s war on watchdogs

October 23, 2015 In the sadistic era of fraudulent Hope and Change, inspectors general inside the federal government have been kicked, neutered and starved of the authority and information they need to do their job. more »»

Pakistan’s two-faced betrayals

October 22, 2015 A Pakistani official’s admission a few days ago does not exactly fall into the category of surprise of the century. more »»

Nickname debate exposes ‘North Dakota Mean’

October 22, 2015 “North Dakota Nice” has become a common expression for characterizing the mannerly behavior of folks in North Dakota. more »»

Open season on the police

October 22, 2015 In recent months there have been a series of cases reported in the media, where some teenage thug — white, black or Hispanic in different cases — has been stopped by a policeman for some routine... more »»

Can Trump be stopped?

October 22, 2015 Three months ago, this writer sent out a column entitled, “Could Trump Win?” meaning the Republican nomination. Today even the Trump deniers concede the possibility. more »»

No more spending on propaganda

October 21, 2015 In about a week, the 2016 signup season for Obamacare insurance will begin. more »»

Football and gaming, what could possibly go wrong?

October 21, 2015 They worship at the high altar of football. They’re everywhere. I don’t give a fig about football, but the cult surrounds me. more »»

Don’t be angry, be thoughtful

October 21, 2015 HBO comedian John Oliver aimed his considerable polemical skills at North Dakota recently much to the delight of the state’s critic. more »»

A woman in full

October 21, 2015 WASHINGTON — With the latest poll numbers tallied and political pundits having spoken, a consensus has emerged: Hillary Clinton won the first Democratic debate and, barring a Benghazi pinata... more »»

Whatever force is necessary

October 20, 2015 President Barack Obama may have begun doing the right thing in Afghanistan — but time will tell whether he will follow throug. more »»

House Republicans, meet Haley Barbour

October 20, 2015 Haley Barbour, the former two-term governor of Mississippi and, before that, successful Republican Party chairman, is a candid and witty man who, in newspaper slang, “gives a great quote. more »»

Civil, yes, but first Democratic debate was a softball game

October 20, 2015 Democrats and their supporters in the media are congratulating themselves for a job well done in the first Democratic debate. more »»

The comeuppance of creepy Obama crony Kevin Johnson

October 20, 2015 The fit finally hit the shan for Sacramento mayor and former NBA star Kevin Johnson. more »»

Americans can’t be trusted

October 19, 2015 Americans can’t be trusted. They don’t keep their commitments. That is the message heard loud and clear throughout the world as a result of President Barack Obama’s capricious foreign policy. more »»

Wealth, poverty and politics

October 19, 2015 Dr. Thomas Sowell, my colleague and friend, told me several years ago that he wasn’t going to write any more books, but that was two books ago, and now he has just published his 45t. more »»

Censorship in America

October 19, 2015 Support for the idea that it’s good to hear all opinions, even offensive ones, is thin. A plurality of Americans now support laws against “hate speech. more »»



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