Editorials: Ross Kaminsky

The Pied Piper of Permisos

It’s beginning to sink in with the intelligentsia: The flood of illegal aliens (yes, I said “illegal”) and particularly the tsunami of children traveling alone — parents risking their

Primary Musings from Oklahoma, Colorado, and Mississippi

With a surprisingly wide margin of victory, Congressman James Lankford won the Oklahoma Republican U.S. Senate primary, defeating former Speaker of the State House of Representatives T.W.

Hell to the Redskins

By a two-to-one vote, a three-judge panel of the U.S.

Tyrrell's Too Cheerful Thesis

To coin a phrase, R. Emmett Tyrrell, Jr. has forgotten more about politics than I’ll ever know.

America's Tax Confusion

On April 15, nearly 90 percent of American adults filed their income tax returns for the 2013 tax year.

Why It's So Hard to Sell Climate Change

In the Obama administration's effort to talk about anything other than Obamacare and Obama's near-jobless recovery, the president flew across the country to find the one part of the United States w

Net Neutrality Neutered

In a victory for the future of the Internet and for property rights, last month the Circuit Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia overturned — we should all hope permanently — the heart of

CBO Report Shows Obamacare's Economic Damage

On Tuesday, the Congressional Budget Office released a budget projection update&

Jimmy Kimmel Ridicules Obamacare

ABC's Jimmy Kimmel slammed Obamacare on Tuesday night, ridiculing the Obama administrations expectation that young people would buy health insurance.

Chris Christie's Finest Hour

In his Thursday morning press conference regarding “Bridgegate,” New Jersey Governor Chris Christie demonstrated the sort of leadership and responsibility-taking that has allowed him to be a popula