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False Equivalence Jul. 23, 2014

Susan Estrich

The "crossfire" mentality that defines public discourse today has the obvious problem of ignoring th... Read More

Saudi Sound System Making Waves Jul. 17, 2014

Timothy Spangler

The Saudi government this week announced the upgrading of the sound system used by Mecca's grand mos... Read More

Bloodguilt Over Jews Leads to Blood Libels Against Jews Jul. 16, 2014

Ben Shapiro

If there's one place on Earth that should understand the danger of Jew hatred, it is Frankfurt, Germ... Read More

France, the Gendarme of Africa Dec. 12, 2013

Timothy Spangler

The bloodshed in the Central African Republic has been mounting this week as violence between Muslim... Read More

Osama's Controversial Aftermath May. 05, 2011

L. Brent Bozell

It's inevitable that the joy and national unity over the killing of that monster bin Laden would coo... Read More

Obama: From Liberal to Invisible (and Still Too Liberal) Mar. 18, 2011

Dick Morris

Dick Morris, one of the nation's most prominent political consultants, is almost universally credite... Read More

Wow! Did He Really Say That? Mar. 15, 2011

Daily Editorials

If you get a kick out of hearing important people say embarrassing things, March has been a merry mo... Read More

The Other Tsunami Mar. 14, 2011

Dennis Prager

It is very difficult to hate babies. It takes a special person. As morally wrong as it is to murde... Read More

National Public Racket Mar. 12, 2011

Debra J. Saunders

Forget the recent scandals involving National Public Radio. Go back to the days before NPR chief exe... Read More

Let's Fire Public Broadcasting Mar. 10, 2011

Daily Editorials

Taxpayers should fire National Public Radio by demanding that Congress defund it. NPR and other divi... Read More

The '80s Origins of Today's Anti-Muslim Bigotry Mar. 10, 2011

David Sirota

The least intriguing aspect of Republican Rep. Peter King's congressional hearing this week on terro... Read More

All Things Contemptible Mar. 10, 2011

Mona Charen

James O'Keefe, who is now felling executives of National Public Radio as he previously trap-doored A... Read More

Good Christian Women Should Boo Mar. 10, 2011

L. Brent Bozell

Today's installment of the Decline and Fall of Western Civilization comes from Hollywood — as ... Read More

A Wad of Money in America Mar. 10, 2011

Marc Dion

So, you got one guy, a Republican congressman, who wants to hold hearings into Muslim extremism in A... Read More

How Not to Fight Terrorism Mar. 09, 2011

Joe Conason

Despite the dubious credentials of Rep. Peter King, R-N.Y., as an opponent of terrorism, owing to hi... Read More

Why Can't We Talk About Radicals? Mar. 09, 2011

David Harsanyi

As reckless as it is to make sweeping statements about Islam — and it is reckless — isn'... Read More

NPR Exec Stung by Muslims Mar. 08, 2011

R. Emmett Tyrrell Jr.

WASHINGTON — It is a bloodbath over at National Public Radio. First the pinhead Ron Schiller r... Read More

One Less Dictator, for Now Jan. 23, 2011

Daily Editorials

It is still somewhat uncertain just how events will shake out in the Northern African country of Tun... Read More

Who Lost the Middle East? Jan. 16, 2011

Patrick Buchanan

Uneasy lies the head that wears a crown, especially today in the Maghreb and Middle East. For the ou... Read More

Individuals, not Objects Nov. 30, 2010

Daily Editorials

The bottom-line justification for the new full-body X-ray scans and intimate pat-downs in airport se... Read More