Kevin D. Williamson finds Obama supporting corporate welfare for multinational oil giants, using an ethanol canard.
The editors call on Congress to drop funding for NPR.
Duncan Currie describes Anna Little, a Tea Party congressional dark horse in New Jersey.
John Bolton reviews Hard Line: The Republican Party and U.S. Foreign Policy since World War II, by Colin Dueck.
I take on Charles Blow, the New York Times columnist who prefers pop psychology to philosophy.
Michelle Malkin wants to free the taxpayers from the state-sponsored media.
Thomas Sowell details Barney Frank’s abuses, regulatory and otherwise.
Charles Krauthammer shows that sound principles — not corporate conspiracies or psychological neuroses — explain why Americans will vote Republican.