Brian Bolduc profiles Shirley Abrahamson, activist judge par excellence.
Mario Loyola worries that Obama’s oscillating Libya policies could create the worst possible outcome.
John Derbyshire diarizes March, with reflections on same-sex marriage, tiger mothers, and parenting styles in the Derb household.
Jim Lacey applies Econ 101 to the president’s energy policy.
Charles Krauthammer lambasts Hillary Clinton for calling Bashar Assad a “reformer.”
Michelle Malkin opposes Andrew Traver’s nomination to head the ATF.
Jonah Goldberg reminds Democrats, so certain that a shutdown will help them, that the Tea Party changed the paradigm.
Mona Charen wonders why Planned Parenthood needs to lie in self-advertisement.