Michael Knox Beran speaks to NRO about his new book, Pathology of the Elites, which argues that elite power-lust disguises itself as pity.
Brian Bolduc meets the “No Labels” crowd at their New York gathering.
Michelle Malkin wants to fence in the extreme preservationists — and their lame-duck session land grab.
Patrick Michaels describes the utter unseriousness of the UN Climate Change Convention at Cancun.
Andrew Stiles relays the debates and equivocations among the GOP freshman class over the tax deal.
Jay Nordlinger expresses disgust at Joe Biden, talks about John Bolton and the press, etc.
Dan Foster interviews Ken Cuccinelli, the Virginia attorney general who convinced the state judiciary of the unconstitutionality of Obamacare’s individual mandate.
The editors endorse anybody but Steele for the chairmanship of the Republican National Committee.
Victor Davis Hanson spends three weeks observing the two Californias produced by decades of liberal rule.
Jonah Goldberg wonders what was behind Bill Clinton’s sly smile at the press conference.
Michael Tanner observes Democratic rhetoric, compares it to economic reality, and shows the Left really is prejudiced against the wealthy.