Trust me, the new Clinton Years are going to be fantastic. Well, at least for the most vital people in civil society: professional pundits.
Republicans have a responsibility to disrupt the president’s plans for Iran if they truly believe its wrong path for the nation.
This is a president who openly ran to “fundamentally transform” the country. He seems to love the America he wishes existed.
Almost every time democracy has been tried in the Islamic world, it’s produced more fanaticism, not less.
Instead of fixating on evolution, why not focus on science with genuine moral and policy implications?
If 1 percent of Atheists were involved in the kind of political violence Islamists commit every day, I’d be condemning them, too.
What Obama’s Gay-Marriage Lie Tells Us About Contemporary Politics
Acknowledging who the victims of Islamic terrorism are means acknowledging its motivations.
At its heart, our political debate is still about the size and reach of government.
For some conservatives, harmonizing issues of faith and science can be tricky. What excuse do Democrats have?
Sorry Vox, a measure of religion’s morality isn’t how it treats its own, but how it treats everyone else.
“Raiders of the Lost Ark” was not actually a sacred item passed to humankind on Mount Sinai and Steven Spielberg was not a God.
While the deal for Bowe Bergdahl may have been illegal and undermined national security, the soldier’s actions are separate issue.
Every administration have gone out of their way to avoid insulting Middle East dictatorships. Few have gone out of their more than this one.
The public has consistently opposed infanticide – which, by any standard, is the way to describe late-term abortions. Someone should tell the GOP.
Stop fear-mongering about climate change. By nearly any measurement that matters, this was the greatest year in human history.
The right of people to be critical of religion—even their own, if they feel it has wandered from the principles that make it worthwhile—is fundamental.
Blaming Israel for creating tension in Europe is another way of blaming the victims and laying culpability where it doesn’t exist.
Thomas Sowell talks to The Federalist about government’s most destructive economic intrusions.
An idea isn’t a human being. Neither is a sacred cow. And those who confront, dismiss, debunk, sneered at and fear them aren’t necessarily bigots.
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