Women are trending Republican this election cycle, but few people know the real reason why.

In just a few years, the nation has gone from a strict view of traditional marriage to open season on its actual meaning.

A front-page story in last Friday’s Wall Street Journal showed just how unpopular Barack Obama has become in one surprising constituency: Democrats who are running for office.

There are economists, most notably Nobel Prize-winning economist Paul Krugman, who suggest that the law of demand applies to everything except labor prices (wages) of low-skilled workers.

Editorial demagoguery against "predatory" lending might well be called predatory journalism — taking advantage of other people's ignorance of economics to score ideological points.

A left-wing group called the Agenda Project Action Fund boasted that it is launching “a multi-pronged blitzkrieg attack that lays blame for the Ebola crisis exactly where it belongs — at the feet of the Republican lawmakers.”

They are doing it again. “They” are the war-party politicians, Democrats and Republicans. “It” is scaring you into supporting another war in the Middle East.

When I wrote the articles compiled in my book Now Tell Me I Was Wrong, few Americans were listening. Some called me crazy — a radical, a conspiracy theorist, a fringe nut. Then I started reading editorials in newspapers and commentaries by others who had finally figured it out. And those articles started to sound like mine.

Will Ebola become another entry in the long list of reasons the U.S. government has given us not to trust it? You can count on it.

Turning schools and colleges into indoctrination centers is a major and reckless disservice to them and to American society, which is vulnerable as all human societies have always been, especially those that are decent.