Are conservatives linguistically challenged? Or are they just naÃ¯ve enough to think they can win the battle of ideas with — ideas? Okay, and money. Conservatives, like liberals, will spend huge amounts of money this year to get their ideas across to voters. But what they fail to do is bundle their thoughts into a
Betsy McCaughey It’s hard to know which is worse, the dying or the lying. A bacterial infection called C. diff is the No. 1 hospital-infection killer, according to information released by the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on March 26. It kills more people than dreaded staph infections and about as many as
The release of the “climate change impact report” by the U.N.’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change certainly shed an interesting light on the decline fortunes of the Church of Global Warming. The response has been widespread disdain, given that all of the Church’s projections and computer models have been utterly wrong for nearly two decades.
Christine Harbin Hanson, Actions speak louder than words, and Congress’ actions over 113th session demonstrate a bipartisan unwillingness to get runaway federal spending under control. An early indication was Congress’s actions on the Hurricane Sandy bill, a bloated, $50 billion pork-barrel spending bill that was ostensibly intended to help northeastern states recover from the storm.
Ready Nutrition – by Tess Pennington Storing an ample supply of water is an often overlooked area of preparedness – even though we know it is the most important item for our survival. I will be the first to admit that I am guilty of this. Don’t get me wrong, we have at least a 3