Say what you want about Bill O’Reilly, he’s an excellent television host. His blind confidence is, no doubt, entertaining, which is the MO of all television shows. After all, if a television show wanted to teach you something, it would be a book.
Throughout American history, women have consistently been opposed to political freedom. Most women’s groups have cared more about lobbying the government for special favors than equality. Feminism has become synonymous with Marxism. And the National Organization for Women has a committee that devises honorary awards for Tipper Gore, who is like Michael Moore except with
The theme of these midterm elections seemed to be pugnacity, as it usually is. But towards the end of October, and especially since the polls closed on Tuesday, the theme became a pledge to make government work again. Even recently elected congressman Ben Quayle who once called Obama “the worst president ever” is now willing
The perennial truth of this article, which I wrote in the fall of 2004, says more about the nature of politics than it does about my prescience. It says the most about my serious young man phase, which as you will see, was pretty serious. Think or Die This election was deemed “the most important
The parishioners of a small church in Gainesville, led by pastor Terry Jones, plan to burn copies of the Koran on the ninth anniversary of 9/11. The aim of the protest, it seems, is to eradicate Islam, though it may be easier to eradicate Islam by not caving in to the ideology that leads to book
Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich was just acquitted on every charge against him except lying, which is what we expect politicians to do anyway. So watch out, ladies, there’s a high-profile figure out on the town with boyish looks and a renewed sense of entitlement. He’s sure to get his, but he’ll need some pick-up lines
It’s difficult to understand the destruction of the G20 rioters this past weekend in Toronto, especially since even organized rioters aren’t known for their lucidity. This is why they turn to rioting in the first place.
A few months ago, Drew Carey teamed up with Reason TV to make a mini-documentary called Reason Saves Cleveland. In it, the only successful Clevelander and Nick Gillespie, the editor-in-chief of Reason Magazine, offer obvious albeit good advice to pull Cleveland out of its economic hemorrhage.
SE Cupp, a fledgling political commentator, is making the rounds on the pundit circuit to promote her new book, Losing Our Religion: The Liberal Media’s Attack on Christianity. I’d summarize it, but its subtitle does that well enough.
It’s too early to say who will win the congressional seats this November, but no matter what happens, we do know from the primaries that congress will have more women than ever before. Consequently, things will need to change around Capitol Hill to prepare for the influx of the fairer sex, even if they’re old