The Invaders and Their Allies - Pedro Gonzales (12/2/2018)
There is a war on for hearts and minds of Americans, and it began long before the first shots were fired on Sunday along the United States-Mexico border, when federal agents deployed tear gas against aggressive foreign nationals.
Globalism Poses a Silent Threat to America - James Shott (12/1/2018)
The only way the U.S. will be a part of a world government is if we are forcibly made to conform or are subverted into subservience. We see the news media and education systems now being transformed into these socialist tools.
'1984' — on Steroids - Arnold Ahlert (11/30/2018)
Privacy is dead. It's death is best described as a homicide committed by tech titans, whose power and wealth are unprecedented, and millions of American accomplices whose insatiable quest to be noticed and validated has overcome common sense.
Chief Justice Roberts Is Wrong - Marc A. Thiessen (11/29/2018)
For someone trying to demonstrate that the judiciary is not political, getting into a political fight with the president sure is a funny way to do it. Message to Chief Justice Roberts: We do have Obama judges and Trump judges.
Feminists' Undue Process - Heather Mac Donald (11/28/2018)
The solution to what is called campus rape is a change of culture from one of entitled promiscuity to one of personal responsibility. In the absence of such norms as prudence, restraint, and respect, the bureaucracy charges in.
Did 1968 Win the Cultural War? - Victor Davis Hanson (11/27/2018)
Could the good of the '60s have been accomplished without all the bad? The answer is still debated. Unfortunately, the wounds of the '60s have not healed with the graying of the 1968 generation.
Why Republicans Lost The House - John C. Goodman (11/26/2018)
So why are Republicans, who had no role in any of this, being successfully attacked by Democrats? Why do polls show the public trusts Democrats more than Republicans on health policy? Democratic candidates got help from three big Republican mistakes.
A Newer, Hungrier Kind of Democratic Radical - Wesley Pruden (11/25/2018)
Nobody is as insignificant in the Washington pecking order as a freshman member of Congress just off the turnip truck and into a maelstrom of ignorance and uncertainty all about him.
Bernie Sanders Wants To 'Stop Walmart'? From What? - Investor's Business Daily (11/24/2018)
Sen. Bernie Sanders, a self-declared socialist who's never held a steady job outside government, thinks he knows better than CEOs how to run a business. And yes, he's serious.
The Ungrateful Nation - Ben Shapiro (11/23/2018)
Regardless of political affiliation, we should be proud to live in a society founded on eternal truths, in which we have the ability to thrive based on our own choices.
Grateful for Not Starving - John Stossel (11/22/2018)
When we celebrate Thanksgiving this week, I will give thanks for property rights. Property rights allow each individual or family to do what we want with our small piece of the world without having to answer to the whole community.
Federal Intervention Is a Killer - Bob Luddy (11/21/2018)
The next time an ambitious politician suggests an intervention by the Federal Government to solve an important issue of the day, we must remember Caveat emptor — let the buyer beware. Let us consider the adverse impact of federal funding and regulat
Persuasion, Power and Fraud - Laura Hollis (11/20/2018)
Increasingly for Democrats, it seems that the Constitution is not so much a revered document that enshrines the foundational principles of governance but an irritating obstacle to implementation of their statist policies.
Three Cheers for Congressional Gridlock - Jeff Jacoby (11/19/2018)
An environment in which neither Republicans nor Democrats can unilaterally impose big changes in federal policy may be frustrating for hardline partisans and rigid ideologues, but it's close to ideal for the state of the Union.
Ending Birthright Citizenship - Cal Thomas (11/18/2018)
Clearly a magnet for pregnant women to step over our border and give birth is the instant citizenship their child acquires. When older, that child can then bring in relatives who can also receive all sorts of benefits.
Health Care Plans Can Solve Problems - William J. Kirsch, M.D. (11/17/2018)
The current system, including Obamacare, is not working and continues to become more expensive. Because of the high cost, many employers and individuals find it difficult to afford and may drop health insurance coverage.
Democrats Aren't Losing Faith in Our Constitutional System - David Harsanyi (11/16/2018)
In liberals' imaginations, there are only four ways to lose elections — and none has to do with their leftist turn, their hysterics or their one-dimensional identity politics. It's always due to someone else's underhanded tactics.
Responding to Domestic Terrorists - Froma Harrop (11/15/2018)
Racists, bigots, sexual head cases — murdering idiots of all stripes. These plainly rabid people want to make others afraid. We frustrate them by just going about our business.
America's Cold Civil War - Charles R. Kesler (11/14/2018)
A cold civil war is better than a hot civil war, but it is not a good situation for a country to be in. Underlying our cold civil war is the fact that America is torn increasingly between two rival constitutions.
Equal Justice #ForAll - Diane Dimond (11/13/2018)
Consider the fates of two prominent Americans, comedian Louis C.K. and former President Bill Clinton. Both have been accused of serious sexual misconduct. But unlike the comedian, the former president got a pass.
Yes, Unvetted Illegal Caravans Threaten Public Health - Michelle Malkin (11/12/2018)
Suddenly, it is controversial to state obvious, neon-bright truths. This week, it has become newsworthy to observe that illegal border-crossers who circumvent required medical screenings are a threat to America's public health and safety.
When World War I Ended - Victor Davis Hanson (11/11/2018)
It is always unwise to underestimate a peaceful America. The United States possesses an uncanny ability to mobilize, arm and deploy. By the time America's brief 19-month foray into war ended in November 1918, it had sent 2 million soldiers to Europe.
When We Broaden the Definition of Incitement, Freedom Suffers - Ben Shapiro (11/10/2018)
It's obvious that speech is often related to action. But we cannot equate all speech with incitement, obviously. To do so would be to destroy the entire rationale for free speech.
Mass Migration: Mortal Threat to Red State America - Pat Buchanan (11/9/2018)
Mr. Trump is sending "more troops to our border than in Iraq and Syria." True. But to most Americans, the fate and future of the republic is more likely to be determined on the U.S.-Mexican border than on the border between Syria and Iraq.
Why the Church Cannot Stay Silent - Caroline C. Lewis (11/8/2018)
It is the greatest human rights abuse of our time. Its implications affect families, public health, and government. It calls into question our very humanity.
Dems Take House; GOP Gains in Senate; "Media Stars" Lose Bids - ABC News (11/7/2018)
Dem-Controlled House - Walter Williams (11/7/2018)
Let's say the Democrats do take the House. If they were to pass a measure that Republicans in both houses didn't like and President Donald Trump didn't like, either, he could use his veto pen. And thanks to the Framers, overrides are not easy.
Why the Left Hates Prosperity - Stephen Moore (11/6/2018)
The better the economy performs under President Trump and the more successes he racks up, the more unhinged the left becomes. It's a near linear relationship. And it goes for media as well.
No Asylum. Period. - Hans von Spakovsky (11/5/2018)
The U.S. should continue to grant asylum to refugees with legitimate persecution claims. But it must act to stop — before they get into the country and into the administrative hearing process — those who would assert false asylum claims.
A Plan For Debt Relief - Cal Thomas (11/4/2018)
As difficult as it may be to believe, there was a time when Republicans were known as the anti-debt and balanced budget party. No longer. But politicians in both parties can't say they haven't been warned.
Natural Rights, Self-Defense, and the Right to Own Firearms - Timothy Hsiao (11/3/2018)
The natural law case for a moral right to own a gun is simple: we all possess a basic right to life, which entails the right to self-defense, which in turn entails the right to a reasonable means of self-defense.
Is This Worse Than 1968? - Pat Buchanan (11/3/2018)
Political violence is up, civility is down, and differences are widening. The hatred and hostility, the bile and bitterness of our discourse, seem greater now than 50 years ago. But are the times really worse?
Birthright Citizenship Needs Fixing - The Washington Examiner (11/2/2018)
Why should someone be a citizen just because they happened to be born here to parents who were visiting the U.S.? Such a law encourages birth tourism and illegal immigration.
Birthright Citizenship: A Fundamental Misunderstanding of the 14th Amendment - Hans von Spakovsky (11/1/2018)
hat's the citizenship status of the children of illegal aliens? That question has spurred quite a debate over the 14th Amendment lately, with the news that several states may launch efforts to deny automatic citizenship to such children.
Trump v. Sanders on Medicare for All - Betsy McCaughey (10/31/2018)
Under Medicare for all, patients will suffer, seniors will be shunned, hospitals will fail and health care workers will lose. Who exactly is supposed to benefit, except the politicians?
Much Ado About Nationalism - The Washington Examiner (10/30/2018)
Without a concept defining and limiting the unit of human and territorial organization that we call a "nation," there can be no such thing as a self-governing people.
The Conservative Fallacy - Lamont Colluci (10/29/2018)
Conservatism is based on a belief in the organic and unchanging nature of man. At its core are traditions, obligations, responsibilities, faith, reason and duty. These virtues are immutable, unchanging and eternal.
What Is A Fair Tax Code? - Investor's Busniess Daily (10/28/2018)
Whenever the debate turns to taxes, one side invariably claims that the rich don't pay their "fair share." But they never say what a fair tax code would look like.
Warren Highlights the Danger of Racial Identity - Mona Charen (10/27/2018)
What people choose to call themselves shouldn't matter to outsiders. If I want to call myself a post-Jerseyite dog lover, no one would care — unless there is affirmative action for former Jersey residents who can't skip dog videos.
Why is Anyone a Socialist? - John C. Goodman (10/26/2018)
Socialism is the most discredited ideology in the history of political thought. That's assuming you don't count cannibalism as an ideology.
6 Political Scandals The Press Doesn't Want You To Know About - Investor's Business Daily (10/25/2018)
When the mainstream press isn't busy putting out negative — and often false or misleading — stories about President Donald Trump, they're equally busy burying scandals that involve Democrats.
Coddling the Closed American Mind - Suzanne Fields (10/24/2018)
Members of the iGen generation pose a problem for everyone's future. The mobs protesting the Kavanaugh confirmation are the most recent example of emotional reasoning gone wild.
A Comprehensive Federal Budget Plan to Avert a Debt Crisis - Brian Riedl (10/23/2018)
Without reform, runaway deficits will all but guarantee a debt crisis that will profoundly damage the country's economic and social order. There is still time to avoid that crisis.
Alabama Supreme Court Upholds Personhood of Unborn Babies - CNS News (10/23/2018)
"Alabama recognizes an unborn baby as a life worthy of respect and protection… In other words, under the criminal laws of the State of Alabama, the value of the life of an unborn child is no less than the value of the lives of other persons."
Civil Liberties and Socialism Don't Mix - Matthew Harwood (10/23/2018)
Democratic socialists cannot remain democratic if they want their utopian vision to succeed. They also cannot be civil libertarians. The collective, undergirded by the power of the state, will always triumph over the messiness of the individual.
The Electoral College Debate - Walter Williams (10/22/2018)
The Founders saw our nation as being composed of sovereign states that voluntarily sought to join a union under the condition that each state admitted would be coequal with every other state. Strict majority rule does not accomplish that.
'Who rules you?' - Richard W. Rahn (10/21/2018)
All of us are subject to many thousands of federal, state, and local laws and regulations, many of which are needlessly oppressive. Who makes these rules, and who enforces them? And at what point are there so many rules that we are no longer free?
Border Caravan Puts Trump Legacy on the Line - Pat Buchanan (10/20/2018)
Unwanted mass migration is the issue of our time, as there is no foreseeable end to it before it alters America irremediably.
Need a Unifying Midterm Issue? Curb Government Spending! - Diane Dimond (10/19/2018)
Imagine — more than a trillion taxpayer dollars misspent. Can you think of any major media outlet that is shining a light on this preposterous waste of our money? Can you name any politician who is campaigning to right this sinking ship? Me neither.
Can Our Modern 'House Divided' Remain One Nation? - Frank Buckley (10/18/2018)
Maybe we should stare the possibility of a breakup in its face, if we're ever to regain our old civility and affection for fellow Americans.