- 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 2010
David Lambro writes an excellent summary of how the Democrats have painted themselves into a corner in this upcoming election. In a campaign strategy that comes directly from the White House high command, Democrats are ditching President Obama’s 2008 campaign … Continue reading
Days after the NAACP clashed with Tea Party members over allegations of racism, a video has surfaced showing an Agriculture Department official, Shirley Sherrod, regaling an NAACP audience with a story about how she withheld help to a white farmer facing … Continue reading
“Are we going to reclaim the American idea — an entrepreneurial economy where you make the most of your life, you tap your potential, we reinvigorate the principles of liberty, freedom, free enterprise — and defend the morality of that … Continue reading
Note: I wrote this in reply to a question posed in the Delphi “Bully Pulpit” forum, a political discussion board which can be found in the Internet Resources list in the right column of this page, and which I frequent. … Continue reading
Harry Jaffa has an interesting discussion in Opinion Journal on the relationship between the majority and minority in a Democracy, especially in relationship to our efforts to help Democracy bloom in Iraq. It raises the question of what rights a … Continue reading
Nothing illustrates the despicable politically-bankrupt atmosphere surrounding the current administration than the case of two armed black men standing in front of a polling place intimidating yelling threats at voters they consider to be against their issues. the Washington Times explains: Tomorrow, … Continue reading