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To Liberals, Every Woman Looks Like a Hotel Maid
Ann Coulter:

I suppose we'll know the truth when the DNA testing comes back, but close observers of privileged liberal men are not shocked by the accusations against Dominique Strauss-Kahn, the socialist head of the International Monetary Fund. ... more

Romney Stands Steadfast For a Bad Idea
Jeff Jacoby:

Mitt Romney has been stalwart in his defense of the individual mandate -- the obligation to buy health insurance that is at the heart of both the law he signed in Massachusetts in 2006 and the federal version President Obama enacted last year. ... more

Alligators, Moats and Other Such Nonsense
Victor Davis Hanson:

The answer, of course, is that about 70 percent of the American people consistently poll against the president's initiatives on illegal immigration. Obama simply did not want to sign an easily passable bill that would earn him further unpopularity. ... more

The "Common" Defense
Larry Elder:

Rapper "Common" recently performed for "poetry night" at the White House. "Objection!" said the out-of-touch, Golf Channel-watching, Pat Boone-loving right-wingers, who called Common unworthy of an invitation to the People's House. The Comedy Channel's hip Jon Stewart ridiculed the unhip for their outrage. Who's right? ... more

Gingrich and Romney Run Against Their Own Party
Michael Barone:

Exit Mike Huckabee. Enter Newt Gingrich. Exit Donald Trump. It's been a busy week in the race for the 2012 Republican presidential nomination. ... more

Cantor: An Air of Willingness
Larry Kudlow:

House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi is shifting to the center and told me that everything should be on the table to reduce the federal deficit. Those are her words and she said several times. ... more

Blackmailing Taxpayers
Cal Thomas:

One of Dictionary.com's definitions of blackmail is "to extort money from (a person) by use of threats." Substitute "taxpayers" for "person" and you have what the White House and congressional Democrats are doing with the debt ceiling. ... more

O-pocalypse Now
John Ransom:

How we got to the end of the business cycle without going through the middle of the business cycle- you know the part that creates wealth and jobs?- is the story of the O-pocalypse. ... more

Saving a Dog Is More Important Than Saving a Politician
Matt Towery:

It's time now for the Republicans to get their act together before they all become so much political roadkill. ... more

Poisonous in Pakistan
Steve Chapman:

For years, we have poured billions of dollars into Pakistan, and the payoff is that two out of every three Pakistanis regard the United States as an enemy. After the discovery that Osama bin Laden had been living there for years, the feeling in America is: Right back atcha. ... more

Winning the Argument, and then the Vote
Jackie Gingrich Cushman:

Last week, I attended a Georgia Public Policy Foundation lunch featuring Arthur Brooks, president of American Enterprise Institute. Arthur and I met a few years ago in Atlanta after he gave a speech based on his 2006 book, "Who Really Cares: The Surprising Truth About Compassionate Conservatism." ... more

Gov. Scott Walker Fights Republicans, Unions in Mission to Expand School Choice
Kyle Olson:

School choice is on the move in Wisconsin, at least in Milwaukee County. ... more

Number 4? Invest More Agressively
Carrie Schwab Pomerantz:

I say this with a degree of caution: You can consider investing more aggressively in an attempt to earn a higher return. This requires a thorough understanding of the risk you might be assuming, including the potential for negative returns and an appreciation of the importance of a long-term time horizon (say, five years or more). ... more

Rap This: The Job Killer
Bob Beauprez:

In fact, evidence mounts that many of the woes facing Americans trace to failed public policy put in place by misguided politicians. The latest wreck on the growing list is the government mandated minimum wage. ... more

Banish Hardship!
Marvin Olasky:

I know when our national craziness began: in the 1960s. That's when the American left thought we could put an end to hardship. Marriage a disaster? No-fault divorce. Pregnancy a problem? Abortion. Work a bummer? Don't work. Tired of the Cold War? Give up: Better Red than dead. ... more

An Honored Guest
Michael Reagan:

Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu deserves to be treated with the respect due to a top official of a key American ally -- treatment clearly denied him by President Obama during his last visit to the United States. ... more

Time to Fight: Stop Goodwin Liu
Mario Diaz:

"To everything there is a season," says Ecclesiastes 3:1, and the time for Republican senators to fight on judicial nominations is now! ... more

If Nominated I Will Not Run
Rich Galen:

Can we talk about this French guy for a minute, this Dominique Strauss-Kahn character? ... more

California Bill Respects Authority of Parents
Marybeth Hicks:

Turns out I'm in agreement with the legislation introduced by the Golden State's Senate Majority Leader Ellen Corbett, a Democrat. ... more

Critique of Pure Reason
Paul Greenberg:

Lanny Friedlander had pretty much disappeared from the world's sight for 40 years. As a college student back in 1968, he'd started a little magazine in his dorm room at Boston University -- with a ream of paper, a ditto machine, and a boundless enthusiasm for his own ideas. ... more

Saving the American Dream
Ed Feulner:

It's an era of competing budget plans on Capitol Hill. And with good reason: We've come to a time of decision. ... more

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