• The Utopian Left and Its ‘War on Science’

    The Utopian Left and Its ‘War on Science’

    Increasingly desperate Democrats, facing the prospect of a conservative tidal wave in November, depend on a few hackneyed lines of attack in their last ditch efforts to demonize resurgent Republicans. The libs love to characterize their rivals as woman-hating theocrats, greedy exploiters and, most outrageously, as ignorant extremists who reject…

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  • Is Hillary too old for 2016?

    Is Hillary too old for 2016?

    If Hillary Clinton made her widely anticipated bid for the presidency, would her age become a legitimate issue? Skeptics have already taken to the Internet to raise their concerns. If Clinton won election in 2016, at age 69, she would be just months younger than our oldest president, Ronald Reagan,…

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  • The Dems Wage “War on Science”

    The Dems Wage “War on Science”

    Democrats often try to demonize conservatives for their “war on science” but it's the left—not the right—that consistently defies scientific evidence on gender and sexuality. Liberals reliably ignore all studies showing men and women as fundamentally different, not just in musculature but also in brain structure. They illogically assume that…

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  • Out of the Mainstream on Ukraine

    Out of the Mainstream on Ukraine

    The most serious threat for Rand Paul's prospective presidential campaign doesn't come from Chris Christie, Jeb Bush, Paul Ryan or Ted Cruz. It actually comes from his own father—former Congressman Ron Paul. In the midst of the Ukraine crisis and Russia's annexation of Crimea, the three-time failed presidential candidate has…

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  • Another Demonstration of Losertarian Irrelevance

    Another Demonstration of Losertarian Irrelevance

    Last Tuesday's Republican victory in the fiercely-fought special election in Florida's 13th Congressional District produced more relief than jubilation as the GOP barely managed to secure a seat the party had controlled for more than four decades. To win the contest, newly-elected conservative David Jolly had to overcome both a…

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  • No State Has “Banned” Gay Marriage

    No State Has “Banned” Gay Marriage

    During remarks at the recent CPAC—the Conservative Political Action Conference—I inspired great controversy by declaring that “no state has ever passed a ban on gay marriage.” I wanted to challenge dishonest language suggesting that affirmation of the traditional definition of marriage amounts to a “ban” on anything. When states limit…

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  • A Disappearing Plane Provides Perspective

    A Disappearing Plane Provides Perspective

    The recent disappearance of a Malaysian airliner should refocus our attention on ongoing efforts to thwart the deadly plans of murderous terrorists. Even if experts ultimately rule out terrorism as the cause of this tragic loss of life, reports of mysterious passengers traveling on stolen passports reminds us how difficult—and…

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  • Obama and America’s Decline

    As a candidate, Barack Obama promised to earn new respect for American leadership around the world but a new Gallup Poll shows his miserable failure in that effort. Only 41 percent of Americans think “leaders of other countries respect Barack Obama” while a clear majority—53 percent—say “they don't respect him.”…

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  • Right Title for Arizona Fight: ‘Much Ado About Nothing’

    Right Title for Arizona Fight: ‘Much Ado About Nothing’

    The passage by a Republican legislature, and subsequent veto by a Republican governor, of the wildly controversial “Religious Freedom” Law in Arizona qualifies as neither triumph nor tragedy. Democrats may react to the outcome of the dispute by invoking a Shakespearean comedy: “All's Well that Ends Well.” For the rest…

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