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Mayor Pete Dares to Speak Love's Name Apr. 17, 2019

Jamie Stiehm

Mayor Pete Buttigieg is breaking American history. The young man, 37, from South Bend, Indiana, did... Read More

Ruling Upholding Discrimination Against Lesbian Couple Screams for Challenge Jan. 18, 2019

Daily Editorials

A federal judge on Wednesday chose to interpret the absolute letter of the law in her reading of the... Read More

Will the Real Donald Trump Please Stand Up? Nov. 22, 2016

Susan Estrich

Politicians usually try to look like they're keeping their campaign promises, at least until they ge... Read More

Neglected Newlyweds May. 28, 2016

Classic Annie's Mailbox

Dear Annie: In the past five years, I have attended 14 weddings (several were expensive destination ... 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

Liberty without Wisdom Jul. 02, 2015

Laura Hollis

Writers commenting on the Supreme Court's recent discovery of a constitutional right to gay marriage... Read More

Elites vs. Us Jun. 30, 2015

William Murchison

On a Sunday talk show, Mike Huckabee found himself in the spotlight of the gay-marriage uproar for s... Read More

Obama Is a Good BS'er, but He's a Terrible Liar Feb. 13, 2015

David Harsanyi

It's pretty simple. If you lie, lie about the right things. It's not difficult to imagine a pro-choi... Read More

Progressives Don't Need Washington All That Much Nov. 06, 2014

Froma Harrop

The Republican takeover of the Senate majority really shouldn't matter much to progressives. Even wh... Read More

Can Hillary Be Herself and Still Win? Jun. 18, 2014

Roger Simon

At some point in a political campaign, a candidate is always advised, "Just be yourself." It is almo... Read More

The Man of Steele Returns Apr. 02, 2014

Roger Simon

Michael Steele is crossing the Midway Plaisance, a mile-long green swath that cuts through Chicago's... Read More

What Are 'Social Issues' Anyway? Mar. 12, 2014

Joseph Farah

Once again, the debate about the importance, relevance and propriety of social issues in political d... Read More

An Upside-Down World Feb. 28, 2014

Erick Erickson

In December of 1865, the several American states ratified the 13th amendment, constitutionally endin... Read More

Gay Marriage's Hidden American History Started in Spanish Jan. 28, 2014

Miguel Perez

The word, as originally written in Spanish, was "diablura," which has been translated to English in ... Read More

Hollywood Star Embraces Incest Sep. 10, 2012

Ben Shapiro

This week, writer-director Nick Cassavetes released his new movie, "Yellow," about a woman... Read More

A Godless Party Expels the Creator Sep. 05, 2012

Patrick Buchanan

The authors of the Democratic platform have inadvertently revealed to the world the sea change that ... Read More

Obama Listens to Rich Liberals, at His Own Peril Jun. 13, 2012

Michael Barone

Who does Barack Obama listen to? Not Republican politicians. Evidently weeks go by between his conv... Read More

Obama's Gay Marriage Contradiction Jun. 11, 2012

Jacob Sullum

Last month, when President Obama finally endorsed gay marriage after years of equivocation, he empha... Read More

Heading to the Supremes Jun. 04, 2012

Susan Estrich

One way or another, the issue of gay marriage seems squarely headed to the Supreme Court. Two federa... Read More

The Mythical Middle in American Politics Jan. 09, 2012

Terence Jeffrey

Why did the Democrats run Bob Casey Jr. in Pennsylvania in 2006 against Sen. Rick Santorum? Why did ... Read More