In Politico, Bill Scher prematurely declares that the GOP has lost the culture war. It’s wishful thinking.
You know what’s less popular than Personhood initiatives, Mark Udall? Third-trimester abortions.
All you’ve done is redefine the parameters of marriage. You support gay marriage, not “marriage equality.”
You can’t fix education or poverty or health care by throwing money at the problem, but apparently defense is exempt from fiscal conservatism.
If the CDC loses its grip on Ebola, it will have nothing to do with “austerity” and everything to do with its own failures.
The perverted habit of glorifying people like Mumia Abu-Jamal has been part of tedious campus “radicalism” for the past 45 years.
As Americans, we must make sure that democracy is equally onerous for all races and creeds.
Pointing out an unadorned fact is only “negative” if you’re embarrassed by it.
The Left has defended the president’s unilateral actions for years. Why would war be any different?
Lois Lerner. Hero. Servant. Brownie-baking puppy lover. Sister of the Blessed State.
If arming Syrian rebels is such a great idea, why was everyone in D.C. so terrified of a separate vote on the issue?
Biden’s gaffe is not a big deal. Neither are the dozens of much larger stories we’ve had to endure about GOP gaffes.
State exchanges ignore the law. But even if insurance companies chose to follow it, American taxpayers would still subsidizing abortion.
History culminates here. The arrogance of the times demands it.
Contending that Israel is aligned with Christians in the Middle East is hardly risible. But if you believe there’s a “greater ally” name it.
The inclination to minimize divestment efforts is understandable. Supporting censorship isn’t.
Is progress a good thing? Seems like an easy question – unless, that is, you’re in the “sustainability movement.”
We are, as always it seems, at a pivotal moment in American history. That’s why Tom Udall and Bernie Sanders want to repeal the First Amendment.
Talking point of the day: Republicans are now leaning left. So even if the GOP wins the Senate, it will be because they went liberal.
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