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Power of Positive Campaigning

Jackie Gingrich Cushman,   With just under six weeks to the Nov. 4 Election Day, the pressure is on. With a Democratic sitting president with a low 44 percent approval rating, many Republican races across the nation are being run by tying the Democratic candidate to the president. In many cases, this might indeed create distaste […] Read More →

The Warren Commission: 50th Anniversary

Larry Provost,  50 years ago this week, the Warren Commission concluded that Lee Harvey Oswald, acting alone, killed President John F. Kennedy. After years of controversy, the evidence is clear as to who killed President Kennedy. The real killer had well known movements but deviated from those movements in the day before the assassination. The […] Read More →

The Hillary Letters – Hillary Clinton, Saul Alinsky correspondence revealed

Washington Free Beacon – by Alana Goodman  Previously unpublished correspondence between Hillary Clinton and the late left-wing organizer Saul Alinsky reveal new details about her relationship with the controversial Chicago activist and shed light on her early ideological development. Clinton met with Alinsky several times in 1968 while writing a Wellesley college thesis about his theory […] Read More →

A Definition of Amnesty

 Definition: Generally, amnesty is defined as any governmental pardon for past offenses or crimes, especially political ones. Granting amnesty goes beyond a pardon, in that it forgives the said offense completely. For purposes of conservative politics, amnesty is a political term typically associated with two major issues — immigration and capital punishment. As it relates […] Read More →

Administration’s Bias Against Israel Obvious

Matt Towery  With every word spoken and every roll of his eyes, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry makes it clear that the Obama administration is no fan of Israel. So why is it that media will not call the White House on this major shift in American foreign policy? The most convincing evidence was […] Read More →

Nixon: Painfully Shy, But Craving Great Purpose

Jeff Jacoby  Perfect candor wasn’t Richard Nixon’s strong suit. But he spoke the gospel truth when he described himself as “an introvert in an extrovert’s profession.” He was one of the most successful political campaigners of the 20th century: winning election to both houses of Congress, serving two terms as Dwight Eisenhower’s vice president, and […] Read More →

Conservatism Is The New Punk Rock

Kurt Schlichter,  Conservatism is the Ramones at CBGB – loud, fast and alive. In contrast, liberalism is the headliner at a state fair concert. It’s Foghat, serenading its anesthetized fans as America slow rides into decline. Back in the 70s, the Ramones put a steel-toed boot into the behind of a fat, flabby rock ‘n […] Read More →

War on Women: Eric Holder Doesn’t Like Sarah Palin

John Ransom  The worst is judging the not-so-good: That’s what Attorney General Eric Holder would have you believe. Yes, the worst attorney general in our history contends that Sarah Palin wasn’t a very good vice presidential nominee. Mark one up again for the liberals war on women. “She wasn’t a particularly good vice presidential candidate,” […] Read More →

Palin, Impeachment and Unserious Politics

Jonathan S. Tobin,  Is impeachment the only remedy for President Obama’s unconstitutional power grabs? Congress doesn’t seem likely to be able to restrain his attempt to rule by executive order by either legislation or lawsuits. But those, like former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin, who advocate this course of action, are saying more about themselves than […] Read More →

Bad Week For Obama, Boehner? A Noted Journalist looks at Politics Today

Brian Birdnow  Last week Dan Thomasson, an Op-Ed columnist for McClatchy-Tribune news service, a former Vice-President of Scripps Howard Newspapers, a former columnist at the Washington Times, and a general decorated veteran of print journalism published a long column which was syndicated in many major daily papers. The column, entitled, Shortage of Functioning Brain Cells […] Read More →

U.S. mayors to use nature to fight climate change

 Mayors from the GOP-dominated states of Texas and Arizona are calling on cities to use nature to fight the impacts of climate change, even while Republican governors and lawmakers repeatedly question the science that shows human-caused pollution contributes to global warming. As conservative governors criticize the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s new rules designed to cut […] Read More →

Camp Wants Special Prosecutor Over Missing IRS E-Mails

 A special prosecutor should probe the loss of Internal Revenue Service e-mails that may contain facts about its scrutiny of Tea Party groups seeking tax-exempt status, the House Ways and Means Committee chairman said. “We are missing a huge piece of the puzzle,” committee Chairman Dave Camp said at a hearing yesterday in Washington. The […] Read More →