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Obama Takes His Rage to World Stage

David Limbaugh,  Why is The New York Times lamenting the souring of the personal relationship between President Obama and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu instead of assuming Obama will subordinate his personal feelings to America’s national interest? Well, probably because they know he won’t. He’s a man scorned — and he’s getting more and more […] Continue reading →

Hillary Will be President Of Nothing

Kurt Schlichter,  The only people who should be afraid of Hillary Clinton running in 2016 are her fellow Democrats, and the only thing they should fear more than her running and losing is her running and winning. Hillary is a Lovecraftian monster, the Cthulhu of American politics who sleeps dreaming of victory, but she will […] Continue reading →

Foundations of Conservatism

OUR PHILOSOPHY  In the rough days ahead, and you and I know there will be such days, I hope that you’ll be like the mother of the young lad in camp when the camp director told her that he was going to have to discipline her son. And she said, “Well, don’t be too hard […] Continue reading →

Keystone Solution Runs Through Canada

Michael R. Bloomberg,  The Keystone XL pipeline has become a perfect symbol of Washington’s dysfunction. Democrats exaggerate its environmental impact while Republicans exaggerate its economic benefits. In the debate, each side talks past the other, because each cares more about gaining a political advantage than a policy achievement. Yet a path exists for President Barack […] Continue reading →

Obama’s Failed Presidency

Conn Carroll,  “I think Ronald Reagan changed the trajectory of America in a way that, you know, Richard Nixon did not, and in a way that Bill Clinton did not,” President Obama told the Reno Gazette-Journal in January 2008 during his Democratic primary showdown with Hillary Clinton. “He put us on a fundamentally different path because […] Continue reading →

A Case for Small Victories in Congress

Sean Noble,   As the new Congress, now controlled by Republicans in both houses, settles in for work in Washington D.C., there will be huge expectations from those on the Right. It will be important for Republicans to balance the “do-something” chorus and President Obama, who believes he can rule by veto-threat. In addition to rolling […] Continue reading →

States Should Force Federal Gas Tax Cut

Phil Kerpen,  For decades conservatives have advocated scaling back the role of the federal government in transportation, yet the federal gas tax that was supposed to end in 1969 is still hanging around 46 years later. Fortunately, there is a feature of the current law that gives states the the upper hand, and they should […] Continue reading →

A Speech and a President, Unbounded by Reality

Jackie Gingrich Cushman,   Enthusiastic, entertaining, energized and eminent, President Obama’s demeanor and delivery at the State of the Union belied his political reality. Unbowed, unbroken and possibly unaffected by the recent midterm Republican wave, Obama displayed his great skill by delivering an emotional teleprompter-driven speech that was a throwback to his first election. Varying tempo, […] Continue reading →