In what must be the stupidest article in the history of the American Spectator, I’ve officially been named and denounced as part of “The Ruling Class.” Well, now that this has been clearly established, the first order of business under my rule is everyone stop calling me and denouncing me as part of the Ruling Class.
To watch Biden at the lectern was to experience shock and dismay interspersed with moments of alarm and dark humor. No wonder he hides from the media.
Less fanaticism, more restraint, and more moderation — not the worst idea for a new year’s resolution.
Oswalt betrayed a friend of 34 years because he was scared by the antics of a handful of crap-flinging baboons on the Internet.
Why were President Biden and the FBI so reluctant to say that the synagogue gunman was motivated by antisemitism and jihadism?
What the president’s Georgia voting speech lacked in facts, he tried to make up in hysteria.
To say the president’s condemnable behavior triggered the riot is not the same as saying he intended or incited a riot.
Seth Huston feels the sport is bowing to one person "to the detriment of thousands of other athletes potentially."
Two recent incidents illustrate the shamelessness of contemporary reporters. Anything goes when you’re in an imaginary fight to save democracy.
Another hearing is scheduled on the mask mandate for Friday morning.
He presents more risk than reward for both the prosecution and the defense.
The move raises concerns about the independence of NBC’s coverage.
The Supreme Court blocked the rule earlier this month.