The larger implications of the Associated Press affair

The thin-skinned press finally takes notice.

Pat Sajak May 15, 2013

Opposed to Obamacare? Then You Must Be a Racist

New York Times columnist slurs healthcare opponents.

Pat Sajak March 29, 2010

Here Come the Dimwits...Again

The Democrats' recycled "we're smarter than you" trump card is turning into a cold hand.

Pat Sajak September 15, 2008

Election 2008: All About Race

Make no mistake about it: the 2008 election will be about race.

Pat Sajak June 12, 2008

Campaign 2008: Kinder and Gentler?

Welcome, Republicans, to 2008’s kinder and gentler presidential campaign...

Pat Sajak May 19, 2008

The Left's Demonization of Hillary Clinton

Feeling bad for Hillary as she trudges on.

Pat Sajak April 29, 2008

Not So Shocking Headlines

Shocking reactions to typical American news.

Pat Sajak April 11, 2008

Race and Gender: Politics' New 'Third Rail'

There is more progress to be made concerning race and gender but we’re not going to get there if the...

Pat Sajak March 15, 2008

Sajak: Political Talk TV has Made Itself Irrelevant

After years of feeding my habit, this political TV junkie finally suffered from total, absolute burnout.

Pat Sajak March 7, 2008

Congress on Steroids

I don't necessarily buy into the argument that Congress should have no business looking into anything short...

Pat Sajak February 18, 2008

A Solution to Man-Made Global Warming

Instead of continuing to preach to the rest of us, the true believers need to step forward and set an example.

Pat Sajak January 8, 2008

Man-Made Global Warming: 10 Questions

Answering all your burning questions.

Pat Sajak December 20, 2007

Gore Files Lawsuits Against Time

Winning the Nobel Prize clearly wasn't enough for Al Gore.

Pat Sajak December 19, 2007

Celebrities Unqualified to Give Political Endorsements

If John McEnroe endorses a tennis racket, that may mean...

Pat Sajak November 28, 2007