Hillary Clinton isn’t the only one who can’t name her concrete achievements as Secretary of State. Apparently the State Department can’t list them, either.
Carly Fiorina slammed President Obama’s response to the Paris attacks, calling him “delusional” for saying climate change talks would rebuke ISIS.
Planned Parenthood wants the media to blame pro-lifers for the Colorado Springs shooting. Here’s why it’s not going to work.
There’s a curious pattern as to when the media want to have a conversation about overheated political rhetoric leading to violence and when they don’t.
Female suicide bombers like Paris’s Hasna Ait Boulahcen are looking for redemption. They can find it without killing themselves and others.
Because they really are suffering, we can’t ban Syrian Muslims, but we can give priority to refugee groups experiencing even worse suffering.
Today’s campus crybullies, insisting on the primacy of their willed realities, are inheritors of Bill Clinton’s poisonous grand jury moment in 1998.
The media and Planned Parenthood are using Friday’s events to talk about anything but abortion.
We don’t yet know much about Friday’s shooting at a Planned Parenthood facility. But we do know that evil exists, and suffering shouldn’t be exploited for political gain.
Feminism and trigger warnings have taught millennials to react instead of shrug it off when people disagree.
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) and Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) are clashing over how intelligence agencies handle the phone data of private citizens.
Colorado Springs community members honor the victims of the shooting that took place Friday at Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains.
William F. Buckley’s 50 year-old memoir, The Unmaking of a Mayor, has a lot to teach us about the current political moment.
Swing into Christmas with joy instead of frenzy. Here are ten ways to help you marinate in the season with Advent.
‘The Walking Dead’ audience loves Glenn because he remains true to who he is, which shows who we wish we could be.
The leftover turkey edition.
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Here’s a Thanksgiving trick: Bet on a few football games, make a few bucks, and your family will seem way cooler in the long run.
Thanksgiving in a time of darkness is still an opportunity to recognize how much we have.
The Washington Post seems to think we’re still in the 1950s and that mayo is an acceptable Jell-O topping.
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