Daniel J. Flynn is a columnist for HUMAN EVENTS and the author of Blue Collar Intellectuals: When the Enlightened and the Everyman Elevated America (ISI Books, 2011).
The politician who campaigned for change now wants to change the subject.
The senate candidate gets a rude introduction to the tribal politics of Massachusetts.
A president who only speaks in the future tense doesn't have much of a future.
Young people gave Obama their votes. Obama has given them debt and despair.
It's easy if you try.
Does a country club not retain the freedom of association enjoyed by the National Organization for Women?
Keith Olbermann and Al Gore find each other unbearable.
George Zimmerman has much in common with his detractors.
Beyond-our-control Barack bestows blame for ballooning bills.
The advocates of women's rights assault First Amendment rights.
The 'unforeseeable' bad consequences of good intentions are increasingly foreseeable.
The Reaganism 'Don't just do something, stand there!' certainly applies here.
Advice from our first president to our forty-fourth.
Americans elected Obama their president, not their pope.