Andrew McCarthy argues that Obama’s return to Clinton-era counterterrorism is anything but pragmatic.
Michael Tanner points out that, while Democrats talk frequently about the poor, real compassion is about creating the conditions that will enable the poor to get out of poverty.
Sarah Ruden critiques Camille Paglia’s recent writings as exemplary of imprisonment to sex.
Mytheos Holt describes recent developments in the Ohio gubernatorial race.
Robert Costa profiles Sal Russo, the man behind the Tea Party Express, and his efforts in Nevada, Alaska, and Delaware.
Michelle Malkin observes the manufactured nativist outrage over the Chamber of Commerce’s ordinary funding practices, and marvels at Democrats’ cognitive dissonance.
Thomas Sowell wonders why no one calls it greed when the government, rather than the private sector, is rapacious.