• Heroin: Blame It on America

    This is a huge, horrible problem -- and it's a problem caused entirely by the fact that Mexico is on our southern border. The diverse, hardworking people of Mexico manufacture the majority of heroin in the U.S. and import "nearly all" of it, according to a 2014 Washington Post report. Even as…

    Ann Coulter
  • Chicken Little Chuckie Schumer: America's Disease-Fighting Phony

    Latin America's Zika virus is the latest undocumented immigrant to hit our shores, but have no fear. Self-appointed Zika Warrior Prince Charles Schumer has declared that he is here to stop it. The New York Democrat has a "three-point plan" of attack to build a "firewall" that will prevent an…

    Michelle Malkin
  • Strain on Earth's Resources Is Beginning to Show

    Anti-abortionists applauded as they recognized the attack on Planned Parenthood for "harvesting" infant body parts and selling them. This is cause for serious concern -- for our families and for our planet.

    Georgie Anne Geyer
  • Rubio Slingshots Into New Hampshire

    What Iowa said Monday night was: Enough. Even with that clarity -- and that message of insurrection echoed from the Mississippi in the east to the Missouri in the west -- there remained great imprecision in Iowa caucuses whose results were reported in tenths of percentage points. The other was…

    David Shribman
  • Is a New Era Upon Us?

    Whoever wins the nominations, the most successful campaigns of 2016 provide us with a clear picture of where the center of gravity is today in both parties and, hence, where America is going. Bernie Sanders, with his mammoth crowds and mass support among the young, represents, as did George…

    Pat Buchanan
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  • The Gloves Come Off in Iowa

    It is in settings like these, and in larger venues such as Drake University in Des Moines and Iowa State University in Ames, where the Republican rebellion is being stoked or combated, and where the Democrats are struggling to win voters by debating who most ardently opposes powerful banks and…

    David Shribman
  • The Civil War of the Right

    The conservative movement is starting to look a lot like Syria. Baited, taunted, mocked by Fox News, Donald Trump told Roger Ailes what he could do with his Iowa debate, and marched off to host a Thursday night rally for veterans at the same time in Des Moines. Message: I speak for the silent…

    Pat Buchanan
  • Anti-Abortion Activists Get Caught in Their Own Sting

    When anti-abortion activists began a fraudulent "sting" operation against Planned Parenthood, they surely had no idea that it would lead to this: criminal indictments against their own plotters. The anti-abortion crowd who carried out this campaign certainly deserve what they got. Their deception…

    Cynthia Tucker
  • A Tale of Two Tapes: Teen Cruz and Terror-Coddler Obama

    The supposedly blockbuster viral videotape leaked by an anonymous classmate was made twenty-eight years ago, back when VHS players still existed and Cruz was a snarky, glib and overly grandiose 18-year old-high school student. If you like Ted Cruz as I do, you'll find the vintage late '80s video…

    Michelle Malkin
  • Threats to American Society Live Close to Home

    Since those ISIS killers came a-ridin' out of the deserts of Iraq and Syria like those bad guys out of Arizona and Texas in the 1890s, there's barely been a spit o' news about anything else. And this is strange, because the United States has a problem on its southern frontier not at all unlike the…

    Georgie Anne Geyer
  • The Rejection Election

    With the Iowa caucuses a week away, the front-runner for the Republican nomination, who leads in all the polls, is Donald Trump. The consensus candidate of the Democratic Party elite, Hillary Clinton, has been thrown onto the defensive by a Socialist from Vermont who seems to want to burn down…

    Pat Buchanan
  • Not What You Expected

    This was supposed to be a campaign where demographics were destiny, where the Republicans would pay for their difficulties attracting minority voters, especially Hispanics, and where the Democrats would reap the benefits of the Obama boom among young people. Then again, Gov. George Romney was…

    David Shribman
  • Is the Spectre of Trump Haunting Davos?

    The lights are burning late in Davos tonight.

    Pat Buchanan
  • Republican Hemlock Society

    If today's Republican Party were organized, if its storied "establishment" were even a shadow of the leviathan its detractors claim, the world would look very different. Republican Party leaders would long since have organized an advertising campaign in the early caucus and primary states to show…

    Mona Charen
  • In Spite of What You See Outside, Global Warming Is Real

    The winter blizzard set to paralyze the East Coast has given climate change deniers the perfect opportunity to proclaim, once again, that global warming is a hoax, that several feet of snow prove the planet is as cold as ever, that the Earth is flat: You can tell by looking outside. During a…

    Cynthia Tucker
  • Liberal and Conservative Media Unite Against Trump

    We have never had total war against a candidate like we're seeing with Donald Trump. Look for a fake Trump scandal to break -- probably from a conservative news outlet -- right before the Iowa caucus. A few months ago, an alleged Trump quote from a 1998 People magazine interview was circulating…

    Ann Coulter
  • Mayor de Blasio: Hypocrite Hooked on Hollywood Cash

    Social justice warrior de Blasio took to Twitter last week to lambaste the 2016 Academy Awards nominations, which did not include any black actors or actresses. "#OscarsSoWhite says it all," de Blasio carped. Radical race-hustling director Spike Lee is leading a boycott of the awards ceremony…

    Michelle Malkin
  • Lessons Martin Luther King Jr. Taught Still Resonate

    It was 1961, and the great civil rights conflict of American history lay before us on the highways pointed south. As it happened, he led me right to the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., sitting in a large, semi-wild garden at a picnic table. What is important for young (and old) Americans to know…

    Georgie Anne Geyer
  • Is Iran Taking the China Road?

    Is the Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, the Supreme leader of the Islamic Republic, a RINO — a revolutionary in name only? Last week, he gave his blessing to the return of 10 U.S. sailors who intruded into Iranian waters within hours of capture. Decommission 12,000 Iranian centrifuges, including all the…

    Pat Buchanan
  • It's a Whole New Campaign

    Marco Rubio unleashed an attack on Ted Cruz. Donald J. Trump bought his first television ad, almost certainly to blunt the surge of Cruz. Chris Christie took off on Trump, suggesting the billionaire businessman wasn't a "grown-up." Then Trump opened new questions about whether Cruz, born in…

    David Shribman