By David Limbaugh | 07/22/14 11:07 AM
Efforts to proclaim moral equivalence are not always misguided; sometimes each side is equally at fault or close enough. But these efforts are often misguided and unhelpful -- and sometimes harmful.
By Washington Examiner | 07/17/14 04:18 PM
Those concerned about presidential overreach would do well to read Jonathan Turley's testimony before the House Rules Committee on Wednesday.
By Mark Tapscott | 07/17/14 08:48 AM
Political pundits are divided about the merits of House Speaker John Boehner's lawsuit against President Obama's employer mandate.
By Ed Sykes | 07/16/14 03:03 PM
Legal experts weigh in on the House GOP plan to sue President Obama at a hearing on Capitol Hill on Wednesday.
By William A. Jacobson | 07/15/14 02:50 PM
For years, critics of President Obama and his administration have complained about a rising disregard for the rule of law.
By Cal Thomas | 07/07/14 05:52 PM
At a July 4 White House naturalization ceremony for more than two dozen foreign-born service members, President Obama said welcoming people to America is “central to our way of life.” No, what is central to our way of life is the Constitution, which protects our freedoms.
By Washington Examiner | 07/04/14 07:37 AM
Freedom is very much at risk this Independence Day weekend -- but then it always has been. As President Ronald Reagan said, freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction.
By Melanie Sturm | 07/03/14 01:44 PM
Imagine a Fourth of July tradition like Hollywood's where each year the Oscars pay homage to fallen stars.
By Cal Thomas | 07/02/14 04:53 PM
The growth, reach, and cost of big government is happening before our eyes and eroding our liberty, largely because too many Americans are not familiar with the brilliant system of government our Founders established.
By Thomas Sowell | 07/01/14 10:35 AM
America's upcoming birthday on the Fourth of July is a time when the gift most needed is an urgent warning about the dangers of losing the things that have made this country.
By Byron York | 06/26/14 05:45 PM
While much of Washington grapples with international crises, chronic economic troubles, and upcoming midterm elections, Senate Democrats are steadily pushing forward with what they hope will become the 28th Amendment to the United States Constitution. The proposed amendment would give Congress...
By Thomas Sowell | 06/23/14 03:12 PM
Pundits are saying President Obama may become another "lame duck" president, unable to accomplish much during his final term in office. But it is extremely unlikely to happen to this president.
By Terence Jeffrey | 06/18/14 10:52 AM
On Jan. 12, 1991, with 370,000 U.S. troops already deployed near Iraqi-occupied Kuwait, and a U.N. deadline for Saddam Hussein to withdraw from that country only three days away, the U.S. Congress voted on whether to authorize President George H.W. Bush to use force to reverse Iraq's annexation...
By Jenny Beth Martin | 06/17/14 06:36 PM
David Brown was imprisoned for 18 months because he demonstrated against rising taxes. Author James Callendar spent nine months in jail for writing a book critical of the government. Newspaper editor Benjamin Franklin Bache was arrested for criticizing the president but died before his trial,...
By Walter Williams | 06/16/14 12:43 PM
Calls for slavery reparations have returned with the publication of Ta-Nehisi Coates' "The Case for Reparations" in The Atlantic magazine. In making his argument, Coates goes through the horrors of slavery, Reconstruction, Jim Crow and gross racial discrimination.
By Byron York | 07/23/14
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