Written by Kris Allen
Republicans have been accused by the President and Democrat party leaders of "shutting down the government." I reject the Democrats' deliberate and untruthful misrepresentation of the facts.
Written by Peter Lemiska
Public opinion polls have been particularly frustrating for the GOP and conservatives these days. While virtually every poll confirms the public distain for Obamacare, they also suggest that Republicans suffer most of the blame for the government shutdown. The apparent contradiction is bewildering, ...
Written by Reagan George
A window into the soul of a politician
The 2013 campaign for Virginia Governor will not only provide Virginia voters with two very distinct choices for the Executive Office but it also provides a good glimpse into the souls of both politicians.
Written by J. D. Longstreet
The Democrats OWN Obamacare
Socialized medicine (Obamacare) may seem like a good thing to you; unless you are sick, even less so if you are chronically ill.
Written by Cliff Kincaid
“De Blasio opens up to Baldwin” is how MSNBC described Alec Baldwin’s show with New York City’s Obama-backed Democratic “progressive” mayoral candidate, Bill De Blasio. “I was an early supporter of de Blasio’s,” Baldwin acknowledged.
Written by Phyllis Schlafly
The Democrats are chanting that Republicans must fully fund Obamacare because it is the law of the land, passed by Congress, signed by the President, and upheld by the Supreme Court. Therefore, they say, it must be obeyed and can't be altered by Republicans who want to defund it.
Written by Alan Caruba
When I was a rookie reporter, an editor said, “If your mother says she loves you, check it out.” It captures the spirit of skepticism that journalists need if they are to decipher all the things politicians and others in positions of power claim as the truth.
Written by Alan Caruba
The history of civilization dating back some five millennia is one of unrelenting tyranny, rapaciousness, arrogance, and stupidity. The players and the places changed, but the slaughter was unremitting, the suffering broken only by occasional brief periods of peace, good weather and crops. For most ...
Written by Daniel Greenfield
The Westgate attack in Kenya with its accompanying butchery of every man, woman and child in a shopping mall who couldn't name Mohammed's mother is being met with baffled mutterings about "senseless violence."