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Hey, GOP Establishment, Stop Whining About Primaries Dec. 12, 2014

David Harsanyi

Although the specifics are still hazy, The New York Times reports that a group of deep-pocketed Repu... Read More

Keep Talking, Karl Rove May. 14, 2014

Connie Schultz

This week, Karl Rove decided to attack Hillary Clinton's brain capacity. That is so going to work fo... Read More

War Party Oligarch Apr. 01, 2014

Patrick Buchanan

Is the Republican Party's Middle East policy up for bid? For four days ending Sunday, a quartet of p... Read More

Mess With Bull, Get Horns Mar. 19, 2014

Roger Simon

Our next president needs to be tough, resolute and no-nonsense. Our next president needs to be a per... Read More

About That Biden 'Gaffe' in Tokyo Dec. 10, 2013

Froma Harrop

We know that about 20,000 pseudo-, semi- and real journalists "cover" Washington. We know ... Read More

Vulture Capitalism or Populist Demagoguery? Jan. 15, 2012

Patrick Buchanan

"They're vultures that are sitting out there on the tree limb, waiting for a company to get sic... Read More

The Republicans' Cow Pie Bingo Jan. 11, 2012

Steve Chapman

The Republican presidential race now moves from New Hampshire to South Carolina, but it's really tak... Read More

Romney and McCain: The GOP Frenemies' Club Jan. 09, 2012

Michelle Malkin

Michael Corleone said to "keep your friends close, but your enemies closer." But what, pra... Read More

The GOP's Creative Destruction Jan. 09, 2012

David Harsanyi

Yes, it's true that unlike some Republicans, Democrats don't "enjoy firing people." They... Read More

Of Pigs, Pokes and Pious Baloney Jan. 08, 2012

Roger Simon

MANCHESTER, N.H. — There is a popular show on cable called "Storage Wars." In it, pe... Read More

This Week's MSM Bias Award Goes to George Stephanopoulos Jan. 08, 2012

David Limbaugh

We've been dealing with liberal media bias for years, but George Stephanopoulos' performance in the ... Read More

GOP War of All Against All? Jan. 08, 2012

Patrick Buchanan

There still exists a possibility that, come Jan. 20, 2013, we could have a Republican Senate and Hou... Read More

Newt and Callista May. 09, 2011

Susan Estrich

It was probably ironic that in at least one of the online papers I was reading, the story of Arnold ... Read More

What's Good for Business Must Also Be Good for Ordinary People Mar. 20, 2011

Daily Editorials

We've never bought the idea that what's good for people — real, living, breathing human beings... 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

Barbour out on the Hustings Mar. 15, 2011

R. Emmett Tyrrell Jr.

WASHINGTON — There are finally some rustlings on the hustings; you will pardon my attempt at p... Read More

GOP Fear That History Will Repeat Helps Ensure It Will Mar. 13, 2011

David Limbaugh

Why is it that despite the Republicans' resounding electoral victory in 2010 based on their promises... Read More

Similar Rhetoric Obscures the Gap in Fundamental Values Jan. 25, 2011

Jackie Gingrich Cushman

Have you ever had a friendly debate that seems to run in circles? On the surface, it sounds as thoug... Read More

Avoid GOP Timidity in 2011 Jan. 18, 2011

Tony Blankley

What should the congressional GOP's policy objectives be for the next two years regarding federal de... Read More

Gridlock You Can Believe In Nov. 30, 2010

Matt Towery

As the week unfolded, it appeared that the last days of the lame-duck session of Congress might well... Read More