By Michelle Malkin | 02/26/14 11:17 AM
Bad boy-turned-bellyacher Alec Baldwin threw a 5,000-word, seven-page pity party for himself in the entertainment media he says he abhors. Hey, what better way for a Hollywood narcissist to protest the attention-starved shallowness of celebrity life than to wallow in it to the bitter end?
By Terence Jeffrey | 02/26/14 11:06 AM
Attorney General Eric Holder is now arguing that state attorney generals who refuse to defend provisions in their state constitutions restricting marriage to the union of one man and one woman are following in the footsteps of the civil rights movement.
By Diana Furchtgott-Roth | 02/25/14 06:19 PM
As President Obama pushes to increase the minimum wage to $10.10 an hour, supporters continue to mischaracterize its effects. Despite a Congressional Budget Office report showing that 500,000 low-skilled people could lose their jobs by 2016 due to a higher minimum wage, some insist that...
By Philip Klein | 02/25/14 06:04 PM
Wisconsin Democrat Mary Burke attacked her Republican opponent Gov. Scott Walker on Monday for having a poor record on campaign ethics -- but Burke hired a political adviser who has prior convictions for using taxpayer resources for political campaigning. "I'm just disappointed our governor...
By Noemie Emery | 02/25/14 05:50 PM
Irked at the gall of Republicans in using the Democrats' votes for health care against them, liberals have discovered a plot that is even more sinister: the GOP is using "anecdotes" (i.e., the stories of people who have been hurt by the measure) in an effort to take the Left down. By...
By John Stossel | 02/25/14 02:44 PM
America's most popular cable news host is upset. "marijuana use, video games and texting [are] creating major social problems," says Bill O'Reilly. "This is an epidemic that will lead to a weaker nation!" Give me a break. Crotchety old geezers always complain about "the kids." The Boston...
By Thomas Sowell | 02/25/14 09:35 AM
It seems as if everywhere you turn these days, there are studies claiming to show that America has lost its upward mobility for people born in the lower socioeconomic levels. But there is a sharp difference between upward "mobility," defined as an opportunity to rise, and mobility defined as...
By David Limbaugh | 02/25/14 09:30 AM
Any freedom-loving person would be outraged at the attempt by the Federal Communications Commission to inject itself into monitoring the practices of print and broadcast media organizations, but the outrage came almost exclusively from conservatives, which is highly instructive. But liberals...
By Mona Charen | 02/25/14 09:23 AM
The energy boom in the U.S. is a job creator, a boon to our friends (like Canada, Britain and Israel -- also poised to exploit the new technologies) and a setback for our adversaries.
By Veronique de Rugy | 02/25/14 05:28 AM
Those worried that the federal government has gotten too big to manage likely weren't reassured in September when House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi claimed there is nothing left to cut from the almost $3.8 trillion-a-year budget for fiscal 2014.
By Byron York | 02/24/14 08:30 PM
Democrats on the Federal Communications Commission say they have absolutely no plans to censor the press.
By Cal Thomas | 02/24/14 06:50 PM
After much criticism from conservative quarters, the Federal Communications Commission has decided, at least for now, to withdraw plans for its proposed study of how media organizations gather and report news. The expressed goal of the survey was to determine if the “critical information...
By Gene Healy | 02/24/14 06:45 PM
Look out: The libertarians are coming! The libertarians are coming! Never before have so many been so intimidated by so few, with so little political power. Salon.com offers near-daily warnings about the libertarian “threat”: • It's corrupting progressivism: “Don't ally with...
By Walter Williams | 02/24/14 12:43 PM
A fortnight ago, my column focused on how Philadelphia's schoolteachers have joined public-school teachers in cities such as Atlanta, Detroit, Los Angeles, Columbus, New York and Washington in changing student scores on academic achievement tests. Teachers have held grade-fixing parties,...
By James Jay Carafano | 02/24/14 08:47 AM
It's no surprise that the military wants to take social networking to the Long War. Digital media tools have been transforming almost everything from how we pray to how we buy. It was only a matter to time before Twitter was brought to bear on matters of war and peace.
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