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The Worst Reporting and Punditry of 2015 Dec. 23, 2015

L. Brent Bozell

If we're counting press clips, in politics the year 2015 was dominated by Donald Trump. The liberal ... Read More

A Hollywood Christmas Story Dec. 17, 2015

Larry Elder

The following story is true. The names have been changed to protect the innocent. I drove past the o... Read More

I've Changed. This Is War. Seal the Borders. Stop the Visas Dec. 12, 2015

Lawrence Kudlow

I know this is not my usual position. But this is a war. Therefore, I have come to believe there sho... Read More

Call It Islamist Terrorism, Mr. President Dec. 04, 2015

Linda Chavez

Everything we know so far about the slaughter of 14 people in San Bernardino, California, points to ... Read More

Donald Schwarzentrump Dec. 02, 2015

Star Parker

Although there is a sense that Donald Trump's unusual and outlandish run for the presidency is the f... Read More

History Returns Violently in the Mediterranean and Beyond Dec. 01, 2015

Michael Barone

Sometimes you can learn something about today's world from a history book — even a book about ... Read More

The Rembrandt of Overstatement Dec. 01, 2015

William Murchison

The president of the United States landed in Paris on Monday, his mouth full of grave and ominous re... Read More

Thank Liberals for Today's Chaotic and Dangerous World Nov. 25, 2015

Star Parker

We're in a world today increasingly defined by chaos. At home it's on our college campuses. Abroad i... Read More

Which Party Will Emerge From Its Gathering Storm? Nov. 24, 2015

Michael Barone

Each of our two political parties, ancient by world standards, seems to be facing a gathering storm.... Read More

Who Created These Campus Whiners? Nov. 24, 2015

Stephen Moore

Remember the campus unrest in the 1960s? Whether or not you agreed with the students, they were prot... Read More

Obama Drove Sunnis Into ISIS' Arms Nov. 20, 2015

Mona Charen

Throughout the last third of George W. Bush's presidency, opinion leaders were obsessed with the que... Read More

The Islamist Challenge to the Culture of Light Nov. 20, 2015

Suzanne Fields

Two weeks before the Paris massacre, we took our twin granddaughters, age 11, for their first visit ... Read More

The Paris Attacks and the Rise of ISIS Nov. 19, 2015

Larry Elder

In the wake of the Paris attacks, let's examine the rise of ISIS. During the last Democratic debate,... Read More

Staggering Figures Show Wall Street 'Knew' Attacks Were Coming Nov. 19, 2015

Matt Towery

No, this is not a conspiracy theory. But for critics of President Obama's weak response to the trage... Read More

Where There Is No Vision Nov. 19, 2015

Laura Hollis

"Where there is no vision, the people perish." — Proverbs 29:18, King James Version The above ... Read More

Will Rubio Fight for Conservative Principles? Nov. 18, 2015

Star Parker

I have written numerous laudatory columns about Marco Rubio, the young Republican senator from Flori... Read More

An Unhappy History Seems to Be Repeating Itself Nov. 17, 2015

Michael Barone

Riots in black neighborhoods. Rebellions on campus. The news these past few months and particularly ... Read More

Obama's Pathological Blindness Nov. 17, 2015

David Limbaugh

It's hard to believe we twice elected a president who refuses to defend the United States. I think p... Read More

GOP Not yet There on Growth Nov. 14, 2015

Lawrence Kudlow

The singular economic issue of our time is the quest for more rapid economic growth. In the past cen... Read More

Ben Carson's Resume is Fair Game -- But What of Democrats' Resumes? Nov. 12, 2015

Larry Elder

The Politico headline was blunt: "Ben Carson Admits Fabricating West Point Scholarship." Except Cars... Read More