Deadspin says ESPN’s Will Cain must be punished for failing to embrace liberal orthodoxy on global warming.
Candidates have nothing to fear from biased questions. Unless, that is, they’re insecure in their own beliefs.
Marco Rubio’s campaign webpage prominently features this assertion: “nothing matters if we aren’t safe.” This is wrong.
This week the Pope officially recognized the “state of Palestine.” Which is weird, because it doesn’t exist.
Harry Reid doesn’t have the will or the charisma to rally the grassroots and political support to stop the president. But Elizabeth Warren does.
The problem with Hillary Clinton’s position on Iraq is that none of us ever “know what we know now” when we make our decisions. If we did, we’d all be perfect.
David Boaz on our “Libertarian Moment,” Rand Paul’s chances, the social conservative-libertarian alliance, and the future of libertarian politics.
Mike Huckabee’s cheap awe-shucks populism isn’t substantively different from the destructive class-conflict rhetoric so many on the Left like to peddle.
Whenever free expression is attacked these days, we hear some iteration of the “they had it coming” defense.
Republicans may be horrible, but they aren’t running Baltimore.
Sometimes you defend free speech for the principle not the content. Especially when people put themselves at risk.
Republicans had an opportunity to make a compelling argument against the president’s unilateral governance. Now, they are complicit in it.
Hillary Clinton’s over-the-top populist rhetoric is just a reflection of the Democratic Party’s hard left turn.
Ed Schultz argues that Donald Trump is the Republican Party’s best option in 2016 because of his “unparalleled” history of success in the business world.
There isn’t much to be gained from re-prosecuting the crimes of Nazis or their accomplices. But that doesn’t mean it’s OK to whitewash history.
In Colorado, Democrats are fighting a bill that would enable prosecutors to file murder charges when an unborn baby is killed against the mother’s wishes.
Michael Gerson’s rationale for a reformicon agenda has a strong ‘abandoning free market principles to save the free market system’ vibe to it.
Is there any compelling reason why Marco Rubio shouldn’t be the Republican to take on Hillary Clinton in 2016?
A deal or war?! Well, jeez, if those are our choices, then everyone better get on board, pronto.
Considering the ineffectiveness and cowardice of Republicans so far, religious liberty advocates might be better off without them.
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