The U.S. government should not regulate social media. It should stay far away from Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Instagram and the rest. Any regulatory effort might well violate the First Amendment. Even if it turned out to be constitutional, it would squelch creativity and innovation in the v…

Abraham Lincoln, who was born 210 years ago this month, was president during an era even more rancorous and polarized than our own. Yet he managed to navigate it — not in a way that pleased everyone or made him popular, but rather by keeping the good of the country always in his sights. His …

Outsize attention has been paid to outlier Democrats making outrageous remarks. They are a small handful of House Democrats, though you’d never know it, given all their headlines.

No sitting president has ever visited Webster County, West Virginia before. So it was a pretty big deal when 14 local high school students in a civics class had President Trump talking to them in their classroom last Wednesday, all thanks to a Skype video call that Sen. Joe Manchin was havin…

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Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. has done it again — disappointed conservatives, that is. On Thursday night, Roberts joined the Supreme Court’s Democratic appointees in blocking enforcement of a Louisiana abortion law.

Jeff Bezos, the digital retail titan and media baron, took to the internet on Thursday evening to defend himself. In a remarkable post on Medium.com, he accused the National Enquirer — the flamethrower-garbage-bin owned by American Media Inc. and overseen by its publisher, David Pecker — of …

Our patriotic determination to Make America Great Again received a great boost last week — perhaps the greatest we’ve gotten in years.

Surely the silliest aspirant for the Democrats’ 2020 presidential nomination is already known: “Beto,” a.k.a. Robert Francis, O’Rourke is a skateboarding man-child whose fascination with himself caused him to live-stream a recent dental appointment for — open wide, please — teeth cleaning. H…

For the last year and a half, a second Venezuelan Supreme Court has presided over the country’s laws through the miracle of cloud computing. Its 33 jurists live in the U.S., Panama, Colombia and Chile. Every 15 days, they hold court via video conference.

Give Donald Trump credit. On Jan. 23, the U.S. president recognized Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido as the country’s interim president. At least a dozen other countries in the Western Hemisphere have since followed suit.

It’s hard to count the half-truths, warped symbolism and abuse of logic that plunged our country into a government shutdown. Sure, blatant lies will do it, but these other players are worse because they are sneaky.

Several news sources used the accurate but uncharitable term “cave” to describe President Donald Trump’s capitulation Friday to the Democrats’ position on the wall and the government shutdown.

On Tuesday morning, the day after Democratic U.S. Sen. Kamala Harris made her presidential bid official, a fledgling birther conspiracy about her began to take wing on Twitter.

When President Trump announced on Dec. 19 that he was pulling all U.S. troops out of Syria, he suggested they were already on the way home.