• Clinton Cash

    Clinton Cash

    This week, as Democrats fawn over Hillary Clinton, I’m struck by how both Clintons continue to thrive despite their remarkable record of sleazy dealings. The just released documentary “Clinton Cash,” based on a book by Peter Schweizer, explains how they | Read More »

  • OK, Hillary, Have Fun Defending Obama's Record

    OK, Hillary, Have Fun Defending Obama’s Record

    Some Republicans are disillusioned with their party’s nominee, but imagine how rank-and-file Democrats must feel. Their presumptive nominee, Hillary Clinton, not only is exceedingly unappealing in her own right but also seeks to fulfill Barack Obama’s third term and must | Read More »

  • DNC Internal Debate: Sure, Trump is A Fascist--But What About Republicans?

    DNC Internal Debate: Sure, Trump is A Fascist–But What About Republicans?

    The WikiLeaks disclosure of internal Democratic National Committee emails shows DNC officials taking great pleasure in expressions of Republican disunity about Donald Trump. For example, the various statements of House Speaker Paul Ryan’s difficulties in supporting Trump rocketed around DNC | Read More »

  • Mike Pence Saved the Republican Party After the Cruz Disaster

    Mike Pence Saved the Republican Party After the Cruz Disaster

    Ted Cruz essentially gave a career-ending speech at the GOP convention on Wednesday night. Cruz’s speech was a slap in the face to GOP nominee Donald Trump. This whole business about “vote your conscience” — that’s a wonderful-sounding phrase. But | Read More »

  • Why Politicians Are Important (And Dangerous)

    Why Politicians Are Important (And Dangerous)

    My Fox News colleagues are in Cleveland, diligently interviewing Republicans. Next week, they’ll interview Democrats. I’m glad they do it — because I despise most politicians. There are exceptions, of course, but after years of reporting, I’ve concluded that most | Read More »

  • The War on Cops: Part II

    The War on Cops: Part II

    Even in this age of runaway emotions, there are still some people who want to know the facts. Nowhere are facts more important, or more lacking, than in what has been aptly called “The War on Cops,” the title of | Read More »

  • The War on Cops

    The War on Cops

    There was never a more appropriately named book than “The War on Cops” by Heather Mac Donald, published a few weeks ago, on the eve of the greatest escalation of that war by the ambush murders of five policemen in | Read More »

  • Will Hillary Ditch Black Lives Matter?

    Will Hillary Ditch Black Lives Matter?

    After the massacre of five Dallas cops, during a protest of police shootings of black men in Louisiana and Minnesota, President Obama said, “America is not as divided as some have suggested.” Former D.C. Police Chief Charles Ramsey, an African-American, | Read More »

  • Will the National Conventions Change the Delegate Selection Rules -- Again?

    Will the National Conventions Change the Delegate Selection Rules — Again?

    When the Republican and Democratic national conventions gather in successive weeks in Cleveland and Philadelphia, respectively, one item on their plates will be reconsideration of their parties’ nominating rules. Just about everyone agrees that they are unsatisfactory in some way | Read More »

  • Lasting Imprint of Family

    Lasting Imprint of Family

    The report was so “seismic” — Daniel Patrick Moynihan’s word — that Lyndon Johnson’s administration released it on the Fourth of July weekend, 1966, hoping it would not be noticed. But the Coleman report did disturb various dogmatic slumbers and | Read More »

  • No, Hillary, It's Not Time To Move On

    No, Hillary, It’s Not Time To Move On

    Am I fantasizing even to hope that Hillary Clinton will finally be held accountable for her lies and corruption — to say nothing of her actions in her role as bimbo-slayer for her libidinous husband? Perhaps so, but to borrow | Read More »

  • Racial Discrimination on Campus Likely to Go on Forever

    Racial Discrimination on Campus Likely to Go on Forever

    “Affirmative action” will continue to be the routine course of business of college and university admissions for the foreseeable future. That’s the bottom line from the Supreme Court’s June decision in Fisher v. University of Texas. By a 4-3 vote, | Read More »

  • Multiculturalism: A Failed Concept

    Multiculturalism: A Failed Concept

    German Chancellor Angela Merkel declared that multiculturalism has “utterly failed,” adding that it was an illusion to think Germans and foreign workers could “live happily side by side.” The failure of multiculturalism is also seen in Denmark, Sweden, the United | Read More »

  • Convicted and Unemployed

    Convicted and Unemployed

      Just got out of jail? Odds are that within five years, you’ll get caught doing something illegal and go back to jail. This is bad for ex-cons, their victims, their families and America. Some of these people, of course, | Read More »

  • The Fraud Goes On

    The Fraud Goes On

    Last week the Supreme Court of the United States voted that President Obama exceeded his authority when he granted exemptions from the immigration laws passed by Congress. But the Supreme Court also exceeded its own authority by granting the University | Read More »

  • Can We Harness The Worldwide Populist Movement

    Can We Harness The Worldwide Populist Movement

    It is hard to deny that there is a worldwide impulse against elitism, globalism, unaccountable regulatory bureaucracies and illegal immigration that is powerfully present in the United States and transcends the Donald Trump candidacy. The vote to leave the European | Read More »

  • Free Condoms -- What Could Go Wrong?

    Free Condoms — What Could Go Wrong?

    Remember when the left passionately insisted that public schools distribute free condoms to students on the bizarre theory that they were going to have sex anyway and we might as well make it safe? Well, the results are in, and | Read More »

  • Warning: Labels

    Warning: Labels

    When you use a coffeepot, do you need a warning label to tell you: “Do not hold over people”? Must a bicycle bell be sold with the warning: “Should be installed and serviced by a professional mechanic”? Of course not. | Read More »

  • Horror and Hush-Up in Twin Falls, Idaho

    Horror and Hush-Up in Twin Falls, Idaho

    Something wicked happened in Idaho’s rural Magic Valley. The evil has been compounded by politicians, media and special interest groups doing their damnedest to suppress the story and quell a righteous citizen rebellion. On June 7, a brief news item | Read More »

  • Big Brother Obama Suppresses Information to Promote Propaganda

    Big Brother Obama Suppresses Information to Promote Propaganda

    If some maniac blurted out his allegiance to Jesus Christ while mowing down 49 innocent people, do you think there’s any chance President Obama would not showcase those remarks? Well, in the case of radical Islamist Omar Mateen, the Obama | Read More »