Written by Lloyd Marcus
In defense of Bill Clinton, their democrat president, the liberal media campaigned to convince Americans that character does not matter. In the midst of the Clinton scandals, I was shocked to hear even a minister say Clinton's affairs were a personal matter and did not affect his presidency. The ...
Written by Phyllis Schlafly
Public opinion is against the bill because of its obscene costs in higher taxes, burdensome debt, anti-freedom mandates, ...
Written by Heritage.org
Last night the Nebraska Cornhuskers routed the Arizona Wildcats 33-0 in the Holiday Bowl. Most years college football bowl games do not have much to do with health care legislation in Washington. But last night, Husker fans throughout Nebraska were subjected to a 30-second television ad from Sen. ...
Written by David Forsmark - FrontPageMag.com
The year of Obamarific "change" quickly became the year of dissent as Americans grew disillusioned with the "trillion here and a trillion there" spending of President Barack Obama even as unemployment rose. The so-called "Stimulus Package," which promised to cap unemployment at 8%, did nothing to ...
Written by John Leonard
Recently I read where former Bush advisor Karl Rove faced the possibility he could be charged with contempt of Congress. A moment of panic passed through my mind as I thought "Seriously...that's really a crime?" Guilty as charged.
Written by Towner Phelan
Ludwig von Mises Institute
[American Affairs, 1947]
Perhaps the greatest influence of communism in the United States is upon the political thinking of the American people. Many ideas that have achieved widespread acceptance in the United States on the part of people who have no sympathy with ...
Written by Tax Foundation Staff
The Tax Foundation's Top Tax Stories of the Decade, beginning with the Bush tax cuts and followed by:
Written by Tom Fitton
Judicial Watch Announces List of Washington's "Ten Most Wanted Corrupt Politicians" for 2009
Please accept my wishes for a Happy New Year. As many of you know, it has become something of a New Year's tradition for Judicial Watch to comb through its files for the year to determine which politicians ...
Written by Paul Gottfried
ELIZABETHTOWN, PA -- Although it may be hard for some to see that former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich is a very representative Republican, this fact came through clearly when he chose sides in a recent race.