Three challenges for the 2012 Republican platform
In a Human Events exclusive, Newt Gingrich says Republicans need to take a long view and write an historic section of this year’s Republican platform that reinforces the core values that rally activists and voters.
Obama’s big gamble on Bill Clinton
The GOP should take every opportunity to drive home the contrast between Clinton’s bipartisan achievements working with Republicans and Obama’s absolute inability to work across the aisle.
The Rasmussen 14 percent: It’s up to us
As a conservative, I am convinced that the 86 percent who do not believe in a better future for their children may turn out to be right if President Obama is re-elected.
The mask falls on Obama’s disdain for work
In America, we believe that work is an indispensable good, that it is crucial to independence and self-reliance, that even menial work offers its own dignity.
No taxation by misrepresentation
To defend honesty as a core value of American self-government and to defend the American principle of no taxation without representation, we must decisively repudiate taxation by misrepresentation.
The Audacity to Lie
The deliberate dishonesty in the Obama administration’s reaction to the Supreme Court ruling on Obamacare is unlike anything we have seen in American history.
Eighty Ferraris, Technocrats, Soccer, and the World Economy
As Americans, we can learn a lot from Europe. Particularly, what not to do with our economy.
Balance of Supreme Court at stake in 2012 election
If President Obama wins another term in which to appoint left-wing judges, the damage will extend for generations.
Obamarule and the killing of the Constitution of the United States
Under the shallowness and cynicism of our Washington establishment, we are drifting toward a genuine Constitutional crisis.
Wisconsin and California: Big Labor Democrats are out of touch
President Obama’s comment makes you wonder what his sources of information are and who is advising him.