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Subsidized Painting by the Numbers May. 27, 2016

L. Brent Bozell

Pardon us if you've heard this routine one too many times. Barbara Hollingsworth of CNS News reporte... Read More

Why Don't Republicans Name the Enemy? May. 17, 2016

Dennis Prager

In The Wall Street Journal last week, two influential billionaires — former New York city Mayo... Read More

Facebook Liberals, Do Not Tolerate Intolerance May. 11, 2016

Daily Editorials

Conservatives routinely tell of a liberal bias in mainstream media and academe, and evidence is moun... Read More

The Scariest Reason Trump Won May. 10, 2016

Dennis Prager

There are many reasons why Donald Trump is the presumptive Republican presidential nominee. The four... Read More

Facing up to Bigotry May. 05, 2016

R. Emmett Tyrrell Jr.

Washington — If I were to confess my prejudice of Greek barbers, what would be said of me? Wel... Read More

A Dark Time in America May. 03, 2016

Dennis Prager

As of tonight, we may know if Donald Trump will be the Republican presidential candidate. And, barri... Read More

Why the Left Loathes Western Civilization Apr. 26, 2016

Dennis Prager

This month, Stanford University students voted on a campus resolution that would have their college ... Read More

HBO: History Bungling Office Apr. 22, 2016

L. Brent Bozell

HBO should stand for History Bungling Office. Over and over again, they have abused their disclaimer... Read More

Despite NY Win, It Was a Bad Week for Trump Apr. 22, 2016

David Limbaugh

Despite his big win in New York on Tuesday, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has had a... Read More

New York Exceptionalism and Donald Trump Apr. 19, 2016

Michael Barone

Noo Yawk. That's the state with this week's presidential primary, in which candidates who have spe... Read More

Susan Sarandon Is Burning for Bernie Apr. 01, 2016

L. Brent Bozell

Actress Susan Sarandon embodies the definitive caricature of the raving socialist who brims with "co... Read More

The Trump Riddle Wrapped Up in an Enigma Mar. 31, 2016

Veronique de Rugy

The front-runner for the Republican presidential nomination, businessman Donald Trump, has been call... Read More

He's Mean, but Is He at Least Bright? Mar. 29, 2016

Dennis Prager

I have said from the outset that I would vote for Donald Trump if he were chosen as the Republican n... Read More

Anti-Establishment Does Not Mean Pro-Conservative Jan. 27, 2016

Ben Shapiro

Donald Trump will change everything. This seems to be the consensus among anti-establishment Republi... Read More

Building Monopolies, One Merger After Another Dec. 02, 2015

Jim Hightower

Corporate World is experiencing a surge in the urge to merge. Control of market after market —... Read More

The Agriculture Attitude Nov. 25, 2015

Jim Hightower

Thanksgiving — let's eat! America's most food-focused holiday traces its roots back to the ab... Read More

Let's Get on Board With High-Speed Rail Nov. 18, 2015

Jim Hightower

Practically every wealthy nation today is making major investments in building high-speed rail netwo... Read More

Florida's Favorite Sons Nov. 11, 2015

Susan Estrich

The news reports earlier this week that Jeb Bush's super PAC is ready to go after his former protege... Read More

Why Is Trump Still Talking? Nov. 11, 2015

Connie Schultz

When the Republican presidential debate began Tuesday evening in Milwaukee, I was still in my car he... Read More

Improving Our Presidential Debates Nov. 07, 2015

Mark Shields

By wide consensus, Texas Sen. Ted Cruz was one of the two breakout stars in the last Republican pres... Read More