- The New York Times and Munich
- Why does Al Franken Consent to NSA Spying on Innocent Americans?
- So You Want Obamacare?
- The Nature of War in Today’s World
- Models of misinformation — climate reports melt under scrutiny
- WI Bill to Keep Race-based Nicknames
- The Negative Economic Costs of Obamacare
- DOJ Attempts to Halt Voucher Program in Louisiana
- Julianne Ortman for Senator from Minnesota
- Can the US Survive Without Social Conservatism?
Monthly Archives: July 2008
If you want to learn a little bit, and are willing to do a bit of reading, this is the best analysis of the Afghanistan situation I have seen; the author, Rory Stewart seems to know what he is talking about, … Continue reading
I haven’t commented much on the Presidential election, primarily because I am not enthused by the process. It seems to me that the current election process is designed to bring the least competent person to the fore. This election is … Continue reading
We have had a sorry record with respect to war since the end of World War II. We have not won a single conflict in which we have engaged, major or minor. This is not a slam on our troops; … Continue reading
DAVID MARK & KENNETH P. VOGEL talk about Hugh Hewitt’s recordings of Obama in his own words Barack Obama has proved to be a difficult target to hit — just ask Hillary Rodham Clinton. Opposition researchers, though, hope that they’ve found … Continue reading
In Townhall, David R. Stokes describes Hitler’s Islamic allies, and brings the relevance of the topic up to date. David G. Dalin and John F. Rothman have written a new book, one that should be read by all Americans seeking … Continue reading
I spent This Friday night in a Normal Rockwell painting and, for me, it was the perfect July 4th event. It could not have been more American, could not have represented more precisely what the men and women who gave their lives, and are … Continue reading