By Michael Barone | 08/27/14 12:06 PM
The body of party registrants is not necessarily identical to the body of its current supporters.
By Byron York | 08/27/14 12:06 PM
Rubio thinks an overreach by Obama could become a springboard for GOP action on immigration. If that happens, Rubio would like to see lawmakers take an approach far different from the Gang of Eight's comprehensive scheme.
By Mark Tapscott | 08/27/14 08:35 AM
Somewhere, Woodrow Wilson is smiling. President Obama appears to have found a way around that pesky constitutional requirement of a two-thirds majority of the Senate approving U.S. treaties with foreign nations.
By Washington Examiner | 08/26/14 09:30 PM
Whether John Koskinen was aware or not, judicial proceedings in a Freedom of Information lawsuit against the IRS have revealed that the federal government backs up all of its computer data, including employee email.
By Michelle Malkin | 08/26/14 08:21 PM
Harry Reid is a bigoted Beltway corruptocrat with an interminable case of diarrhea of the mouth.
By Ron Arnold | 08/26/14 07:12 PM
When Oregon regulators killed plans for Columbia River coal export docks Aug. 18, Big Green redirected its minions and money northward to the decisive battlefield: Cherry Point, Wash., and the proposed $600 million Pacific Gateway Terminal.
By Timothy P. Carney | 08/26/14 06:56 PM
One of the issues Congress must resolve in the 10 weeks before Election Day is what to do with the Export-Import Bank.
By Noemie Emery | 08/26/14 05:32 PM
The more Obama retreats from forcible measures, the more force pursues him. The harder he tries to avoid the suggestion of violence, the more people horribly die.
By Sean Higgins | 08/26/14 05:30 PM
After winning only 13 percent of the vote, Minnesota granted exclusive bargaining rights for nearly 27,000 workers.
By Michael Barone | 08/26/14 04:37 PM
Noam Scheiber of the New Republic inadvertently admitted what we've long suspected about public employee unions.
By Michael Barone | 08/26/14 12:37 PM
Did you know that America's first Chamber of Commerce was formed in 1768, before the American Revolution?
By Mark Tapscott | 08/26/14 08:19 AM
For months on end, IRSCommissioner John Koskinen insisted that Lois Lerner's emails were destroyed when her computer's hard drive failed. Now, the country learns that Lerner's emails never were lost.
By Lawrence Kudlow | 08/25/14 10:07 PM
The Bank of America settlement "highlights a pattern of the government extorting the banks," said a former Wells Fargo CEO, and he's absolutely right.
By Thomas Sowell | 08/25/14 07:45 PM
Statisticians have long warned that correlation is not causation, but they have apparently warned in vain.
By Byron York | 08/25/14 07:42 PM
Michael Brown's funeral service, held Monday at Friendly Temple Missionary Baptist Church in St. Louis, was intensely political. But not in precisely the way some observers expected.
By Zack Colman | 08/27/14
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