The inexperienced junior senator from Kentucky says -- surprise! -- experience doesn’t matter.
Chris Christie articulates the view that the state has a responsibility to nudge society away from drugs.
We need to stop giving the court technically knotty problems.
It will help avoid another Russia.
Chicago’s raft of homicides is a disgrace, as are useless anti-gun laws.
The Supreme Court affirms the public’s right to demand color-blind policies.
The White House tries to explain a policy of inaction and reality avoidance.
NBC’s Sunday morning show sinks while Obama remains at sea.
The first lady should deliver more commencement addresses.
Anti-gay sentiment fades on the right.
The fight over Common Core is misguided; there are real issues to debate.
The media’s anti-Bush bias endures.
Republican donors are playing the field.
President Obama won’t decide on the Keystone XL pipeline, but voters get to register anger in November.
Who’s gaining steam?
Who said what about whom?
Two freshmen senators go in opposite directions.
Jennifer Rubin writes the Right Turn blog for The Post, offering reported opinion from a conservative perspective. She covers a range of domestic and foreign policy issues and provides insight into the conservative movement and the Republican Party. Rubin came to The Post after three years with Commentary magazine. Her work has appeared in a number of print and online publications, including The Weekly Standard, where she has been a frequent contributor. Prior to her career in journalism, Rubin practiced labor law for two decades. She lives in Northern Virginia with her husband and two sons.