Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels, touted as a possible savior of the GOP, took a gamble that paid off when he delivered a recent commencement address at Butler University (Indianapolis) that took a critical look at his own generation of baby boomers, according to Byron York.
Save the Males
If you think male students have all succumbed to the politically correct powers-that-be on American campuses, think again.
Just when you’d given up on the quality of this year’s commencement speakers, right triumphs in unexpected places.
Free Health Care Shortages
Katie Brickell’s new life as a twenty-five-year old newly-wed was all but completely halted when she discovered she had cervical cancer, with only a few years left to live.
In recent weeks, former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan has found himself increasingly under public assault, both for his actions leading up to the current financial crisis, and for his attempts to defend these actions.
Onward Christian Graduates
Christina Popa was just 11 days away from graduation when UCLA tried to give her a final lesson in political correctness.
Darwin, Swastikas, Hammers, Sickles
Man is the only creature who can believe in the theory of evolution, or who has a motive to believe in it.
Bloggers Get Budget Briefing
Although by no means are they the only ones who need it.
Freedom Is Not Free
As pundits and politicians bicker back and forth about the cause of our country’s problems—the healthcare system, the free market, gay marriage—journalist Mark Steyn points to one root catalyst for our nation’s difficulties: indolence.
Reflections on Memorial Day
May 22, 2009—On Monday, we will mark the 141st anniversary of the first official observation of the holiday we now call Memorial Day, as established by General John A. Logan’s “General Order No. 11” of the Grand Army of the Republic dated May 5, 1868.