PolitiFact’s ‘Fact Check’ Misses the Truth about the Iran Deal
As I wrote in my new book A Time for Truth, “PolitiFact” represents a new species of yellow journalism, where liberal reporters dress up as “facts” their liberal opinions and accuse anyone who disagrees with them of “lying.”
An article ...
What the Times Doesn't Get about the Second Amendment
On Friday, the New York Times stated, in a blaring headline, that my support for Second Amendment rights is “strange.”
In particular, the writer took issue with my statement that “”the Second Amendment to the Constitution isn’t for just ...
Today the 60-day period designated by the War Powers Resolution that has so far allowed President Obama to take military action against an imminent threat to the United States should expire.
It was two months ago that President Obama declared ...
Benghazi Eight Months Later
On September 11, 2012, terrorists attacked our consulate in Benghazi, Libya, and murdered four Americans, including our ambassador. Eight months later, we have learned some of what happened, but many questions remain.
This week the House of Representatives will hold a hearing ...
President Obama’s Assault on the Constitution
At noon, 1,146 days ago, President Obama placed his hand on the Bible and swore to “preserve, protect, and defend the Constitution of the United States.” Sadly, he has not lived up to his oath.
Indeed, for the last ...
This week — nearly three years into his presidency — President Obama will propose his long awaited “jobs agenda.” Unfortunately, it will likely consist of yet another re-hash of the same big-government “stimulus” programs that have consistently failed ...
In 1995, while clerking for Chief Justice William Rehnquist, I and my two fellow law clerks asked the chief whom he thought was the best Supreme Court lawyer currently practicing. The chief replied, with a twinkle in his eye, that he ...
Much has been said of Senator John Kerry’s tendency to go as the wind blows. In the first presidential debate, focusing on foreign policy, Kerry’s flip-flops were manifest.
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Constitutional Remedies to a Lawless Supreme Court
This week, we have twice seen Supreme Court justices violating their judicial oaths. Yesterday, the justices rewrote Obamacare, yet again, in order to force this failed law on the American people. Today, the Court doubled down with a 5–4 opinion that ...
Time for the People to Choose
Fifty years ago today America faced a choice very much similar to the choice we face today.
On October 27, 1964, a clarion call was heard across the nation. America faced a choice, a speaker told us: We could either “abandon the ...
There is good reason why so many Americans remember our 35th president, John F. Kennedy, so fondly.
Throughout his life, as a young man in college, war hero, U.S. representative, senator, Pulitzer Prize–winning author, and president, Kennedy fully ...
The President’s Anti-Growth Agenda
The most important issue in this election is the economy and jobs. Unfortunately, President Obama has demonstrated time and again a fundamental misunderstanding of how the economy works, the sources of its problems, and how to restore rapid growth. The ...
Senate Should Overturn Contraception Mandate
Today, the Senate has an opportunity to fight President Obama’s assault on the Constitution and religious liberty by overturning his contraception mandate. Although President Obama hoped his sham “compromise” on the contraception mandate would end the ...
A Time for Leadership on Spending
Congress is headed for a showdown. The vote on whether to raise the debt ceiling will be a turning point for the country, and the stakes are high.
President Obama remains defiant, continuing to believe that nothing is better for ...
Calling All Conservatives
America is at a crossroads. This election–next Tuesday, November 2–will determine the direction of our nation for decades to come.
#ad#Edmund Burke famously observed that the only thing needed for evil to prevail is for good men to ...