Thoughts and observations from a conservative point of view.
The first balloting for President is almost one year away, but the process is already approaching full tilt.
It ain't easy being Hillary.
Politicians are looking to protect themselves from Democracy. It isn't the first time.
The jig is up. We can now officially put to bed the lie that advocates of gay marriage only want equal rights.
A post-Thanksgiving list of things to be grateful for.
As George Bush put it, the Republicans took a “thumpin’” on November 7th - but why? And what else happened?
From red and blue states to culture and fashion to gas prices and Karl Rove.
The 2008 Republican contest looks like it will be a battle between two candidates: John McCain and the “anti-McCain”.
Mid-term elections are rarely as interesting as presidential races, so let’s take a look at what’s on deck for 2008.
Congress is back in session and the battle over immigration reform has resumed.
The Reagan tax cuts mark one of the most pivotal events in American economic and foreign policy history.
Newly resurgent radical liberals are reasserting control over the Democratic party and have zero tolerance for dissent.
The late Lee Atwater used to say that “issues win campaigns”, and he was exactly right.
Congratulations to Arizona for the worst idea in history for increasing voter registration — bribes.
The Supreme Court is getting back in the business of protecting political free speech - and it's about time.
This just in. Osama has a technologically sophisticated, multi-million dollar intelligence gathering operation. Code name: Gray Lady
The slippery slope of secular humanism continues to become more steep and dangerous all around the world.
The Senate's version of immigration reform is a knife aimed at the heart of the Republican Party.
Politicians are looking to use scandals as an excuse to "reform" free speech.
How is it that prayer in public schools or at any government function constitutes a violation of the “establishment” clause of the Constitution today?