By Washington Examiner | 08/23/14 05:27 PM
The wisdom of exchanging Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl for five Taliban members may be up for debate, but the legality of how President Obama did it is not.
By Philip Klein | 08/18/14 02:17 PM
In my column last week, I argued that an abandonment of federalist principles actually helped explain the polarization in Washington. This has provoked a number of responses from liberal critics.
By Steve Chapman | 08/11/14 10:36 AM
Both sides find some types of political communication offensive to them and therefore undeserving of protection.
By Michael Barone | 08/08/14 02:35 PM
As we lament the effects of the Great War that broke out 100 years ago, let's remember gratefully what happened 200 years before that.
By Mark Tapscott | 08/04/14 08:53 AM
Think about this the next time you pop the top on that ice cold can of Coke or Pepsi -- You can't do that! Well, you can, but if America's nanny state nags get their way, you will soon have to pay extra for it.
By Becket Adams | 08/01/14 07:02 PM
The proposed amendment not only gives Congress the power to limit spending on federal candidates, but it also bars the judicial branch from overturning any future campaign finance laws authored by legislative branch.
By Sean Lengell | 08/01/14 05:23 PM
Senate Democrats are ramping up efforts for a proposed constitutional amendment aimed at reversing recent Supreme Court decisions that loosened campaign finance restrictions.
By David Limbaugh | 08/01/14 11:20 AM
Have we arrived at the point in our nation that a Democratic president and powerful members of his administration can act as lawlessly as they choose without any significant objection or protest from the Democratic Party, the liberal media and Democratic voters?
By Susan Crabtree | 07/31/14 07:51 AM
President Obama is following through with a threat to issue more executive actions, not fewer, one day after House Republicans moved forward with their lawsuit challenging the president's unilateral policy-making.
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 Byron York | 08/31/14
By Ashe Schow | 08/28/14
By Michael Barone | 08/27/14
By Justin Green | 08/31/14
By Susan Crabtree | 08/30/14