Scott Walker and other Republicans are getting scared about the John Doe cases.
The Republican base loves to denounce "elitist" liberals and Democrats, but, for some on the right, that contempt derives from a barely concealed envy.
National Review's Charles C.W. Cooke is the latest right-winger to tell us that more guns would have changed everything at the offices of Charlie Hebdo.
An anti-gun ad shows a teenager bringing his parent's gun to school to keep his house free of dangerous weapons. The Fox News brigade goes bananas.
Connecticut Governor Dannel Malloy reacted to National Review's proclamation that he was the worst governor in the nation.
William F. Buckley would probably approve.
Mark Steyn may discover he stepped over acceptable limits when he disparaged climate researcher Michael Mann.
Bill Maher took the right wing blowhard "tough guys" to task after they lashed out at President Obama for daring to say something about the consequences of professional football injuries this week.
Liberals struggle to understand how financially struggling struggling conservative voters can support the party of plutocrats and corporate interests. Maybe the answer is not so baffling.
The panel on Fox's Journal Editorial Report decided to use the fact that we had increased African American turnout at the polls as proof that all of these laws being passed by Republicans aren't really suppressing minority and Democratic voters.