• The Depressing Appeal of Hillary's Phony Populism

    The Depressing Appeal of Hillary’s Phony Populism

    There was a time when Hillary Clinton was a bona fide leftist radical, but those days have past, swallowed up by her lust for power and money.

  • Rand Paul Is Right to Demand Reporters Ask Democrats About Late-Term Abortions

    Rand Paul Is Right to Demand Reporters Ask Democrats About Late-Term Abortions

    It was sort of inevitable that on his first day of campaigning as an announced candidate for president earlier this month, Rand Paul would be asked whether he supported a ban on abortions in cases of rape or incest.

  • For Hillary Clinton, No War but the Class War

    For Hillary Clinton, No War but the Class War

    Near the end of a recent New York Times article detailing the imaginary populist roots of Hillary Clinton — the original Elizabeth Warren, her people would have you believe — the reader crashes into this implausible scene:

  • Still No Reports of "Hillary Fever" Outbreaks

    Still No Reports of “Hillary Fever” Outbreaks

    I gather from the increasing hysteria of the feminists that Democrats are beginning to rebel at having a loser of a presidential candidate being foist upon them, in the person of Hillary Clinton.

  • SleazeBob Menendez's 36DD Visa Program

    SleazeBob Menendez’s 36DD Visa Program

    America has an alphabet soup of visa programs for foreigners to choose from: B-1 for business visitors, B-2 for tourists, EB-5 for investors, F-1 for students, and so on.

  • The Next President

    The Next President

    It’s not smart to get too enthusiastic about any politician. I’ve been disappointed often.

  • Chaos in the Primaries

    Chaos in the Primaries

    Painful as it is to realize that both the Democrats and the Republicans will still be holding their primaries a year from now, that is one of the high prices we pay for democracy.

  • Obama's Republican Collaborators

    Obama’s Republican Collaborators

    The GOP swept to victory in November by declaring that this imperial presidency must be brought to heel, and President Obama’s illicit seizures of Congressional power must end.

  • Some Thoughts and Questions

    Some Thoughts and Questions

    What’s the true test of one’s commitment to free speech? It does not come when he permits people to be free to say or publish ideas with which he agrees. Not by a long shot. The true test of one’s commitment to free speech comes when he permits others to say and publish ideas he deems offensive.

  • Hillary Candidacy Doesn't Worry Me, Part 2

    Hillary Candidacy Doesn’t Worry Me, Part 2

    I don’t get depressed too often, but I feel the blues coming on. Many moons ago, if memory serves, I tweeted my skepticism that Hillary Clinton would even get the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination, much less win the general election.

  • Was 2007 a Flexion Point, When Everything Started Going Downhill?

    Was 2007 a Flexion Point, When Everything Started Going Downhill?

    “I would bet on globalization slowly being in abeyance,” tech entrepreneur Peter Thiel said in a video interview with George Mason University economist Tyler Cowen. “I think with the benefit of hindsight, we will realize that 2007 was not just the peak year of the finance boom, but also the peak year of globalization, like maybe 1913.”

  • A U.S.-Russia War Over Ukraine?

    A U.S.-Russia War Over Ukraine?

    “Could a U.S. response to Russia’s action in Ukraine provoke a confrontation that leads to a U.S.-Russia War?”

  • Obama's Wanton Lawlessness Should Disturb All Americans

    Obama’s Wanton Lawlessness Should Disturb All Americans

    We live in a constitutional republic in which our elected officials are bound by the constraints of the Constitution, which means they don’t have a license to do whatever they please, even if they think it would be best for the country.

  • Hillary Clinton: Out of Sync With the Times

    Hillary Clinton: Out of Sync With the Times

    Presidents are inevitably shaped by the circumstances in which they campaign for — and come into — office.

  • Why Marco Rubio Is Probably the GOP's Best Hope

    Why Marco Rubio Is Probably the GOP’s Best Hope

    Sen. Marco Rubio announced his candidacy for president of the United States at the Freedom Tower in Miami on Monday, highlighting his family’s hardscrabble immigrant roots and embracing traditional values but also vowing to usher in a “new American century.”

  • We Need an Ankle Bracelet for the New York Times

    We Need an Ankle Bracelet for the New York Times

    Usually liberals have the decency to wait a few months after one of their rape fantasies collapses to start citing the case as “unresolved” — it was a tie, the game was rained out, we’ll never know what happened.

  • Gwyneth Paltrow's Poverty Voyeurism

    Gwyneth Paltrow’s Poverty Voyeurism

    Gwynnie P is down with the struggle, comrades.

  • Freedom of and from Religion

    Freedom of and from Religion

    Religious oppression was one reason many of our ancestors came to America. They wanted to escape rulers who demanded that everyone worship their way. In Ireland, Catholics couldn’t vote or own a gun.

  • The Obama Doctrine

    The Obama Doctrine

    At the Summit of the Americas where he met with Raul Castro, the 83-year-old younger brother of Fidel, President Obama provided an insight into where he is taking us, and why: “The United States will not be imprisoned by the past — we’re looking to the future. I’m not interested in having battles that frankly started before I was born.”

  • Hillary Candidacy Doesn't Worry Me

    Hillary Candidacy Doesn’t Worry Me

    Please forgive me, but I’m singularly unimpressed with Hillary Clinton in general, but especially as a Democratic presidential candidate. I’m neither smug nor complacent about the likelihood of defeating her, but I am incautiously optimistic.