Thou shalt not kill. That is not only one of the Ten Commandments; it is central to any civil society. Politicians and pundits alike are quick to say that we live under the rule of law.
Everyone can agree on those two points, at least on the surface. It’s defining what that means where the differences [...]
Fox News founder Roger Ailes has had enough of the vitriol aimed at popular talk show host Glenn Beck. And no, I’m not talking about the trash coming from the Left but from Fox staffers. Yeah, seriously:
A column in the Washington Post on Monday revealed that some Fox staffers are concerned the celebrity pundit is [...]
As the Obamacare debate drags on, the patience of the overwhelming majority of Americans who have made it clear that they do not want a government takeover of their health care is wearing thin.
Talk of backroom deals and favors for favorable votes are appalling to freedom-loving Americans who favor starting the process from scratch — [...]
In the fuzzy fantasy world of the progressives – every issue, statement, article is a very personal affront. How nice to live in a land where everything is about “me”!
The NYT interviewed long time Slate blogger Mickey Kaus this morning about his quasi-candidacy in California’s Democratic Senate primary. I will leave the legitimacy of Kaus’ [...]
As I told you here last month, Obama Organizing for America has been building an army of talk radio “seminar callers” — that is, activists tasked with calling conservative talk radio programs, then dutifully repeating DNC talking points until the program director hangs up on them.
Yesterday, they unveiled their website: Radio.BarackObama.com.
If you thought leftists were [...]
The replacement of “Maverick” Republican John McCain with an authentic conservative is a longtime fantasy held by many of us on the Right. But could it actually happen? Former Congressman and Arizona talk radio host JD Hayworth thinks so, and while the polls show he’s got an uphill battle, an upset isn’t impossible. The Daily [...]
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Sarah Palin, in a speech that was short on ideas but big on enthusiasm, took aim at President Barack Obama and the Democrats, telling a gathering of “tea party” activists that America is ripe for another revolution. Noting his party’s dismal showing in elections since Obama moved into the White House a [...]