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Church, State, and Caliphate: A Snapshot of Santorum’s America

Rick Santorum says civil and religious law should be integrated. What does this mean for the rest of us? Read More »

Is Ron Paul a Double Threat Candidate?

With a broader constituent base than originally predicted, Paul may become the main contender to challenge Romney. Read More »

Rick Santorum is the Most Dangerous Player on the Republican Field

Rick Santorum's candidacy is an iron fist covered by a velvet glove, whose potential for destruction cannot go unnoticed. Read More »

The True Conservative: A Popular Pipe Dream?

The Republican base wants a "true" conservative this time around. Does such a thing even exist? Read More »

The Gentlewoman from Minnesota: A Salute to Michele Bachmann

Michele Bachmann might be off the rails politically, but she brought much to the table during her problematic campaign. Read More »

On The Paulestinian Frontier: The Upside of Iowa’s Looming Meltdown

Ron Paul is rising in Iowa, but what can the revolution in Libya teach us about him and the GOP? Read More »

Michelle Bachmann Suffers an Acute Attack of Clarity!

But who among the Republican candidates and cognoscenti are listening? Read More »

Can Ron Paul Seize the Moment and Reframe his Foreign Policy Message?

I can't explain why Ron Paul hasn't been able to present his foreign policy ideas successfully, but here are some ways he could. Read More »

The Something Missing

It’s like watching a reality version of Gilligan’s Island as an elimination game show. Just look at the cast. Read More »

Does Libertarianism Lead to a Happier Population?

Why are the people of a libertarian third world nation happier than Americans? Read More »