President Obama’s job-killing environmental extremism
The job-creating Keystone XL pipeline isn’t going to happen, thanks to President Barack Obama.
Liberal hate speech increasing
Even the President has referred to Republicans as “hostage takers.”
Obama’s unconstitutional power grab
The President has ignored the clear words of the Constitution.
Guns & Patriots Podcast Episode 30
Bring in the New Year with Heritage Senior Fellow Brian H. Darling and Neil W. McCabe, the editor of the G&P, as they size up gun right credentials of the GOP presidential candidates and preview the upcoming battles on Capitol Hill and and discuss two-time MOH recipient Thomas W. Custer, the other Custer, in this week’s Medal of Honor Roll Call.
Darling on NRA News: 2011 Has Been the Year of Crisis
Brian Darling: Fast & Furious, Payroll Tax Laws & More Brian Darling, senior fellow in government studies at the Heritage Foundation, joins John Popp and Cameron Gray to discuss President Obama’s proposed extension of the payroll tax reduction. The legislation | Read More »
A Happy New Year for Conservatism
Expect conservatives to play defense in 2012 in order to protect America’s citizens from an ever-expanding federal government and President Obama’s job-killing ideas.
Guns & Patriots Podcast Episode 28
Editor Neil W. McCabe and Brian H. Darling, Senior Fellow at the Heritage Foundation discuss the developments on Capitol Hill. Neil also interviews Robert J. Laplander about Medal of Honor Marines presented the medal for combat in Korea in 1871. | Read More »
Lawmakers Deserve Lumps of Coal
What’s wrong with Congress?
Obama Frolicking in Hawaii While Economy Burns
Meanwhile Americans face a Christmas crippled by the jobs crisis.
Guns & Patriots Podcast Episode 26
Editor Neil W. McCabe and Brian H. Darling, a senior fellow at the Heritage Foundation discuss the Darling column for the UK Daily Mail, which was pulled from its website because it was too dangerous! Also, Neil speaks to Steve Russell, who led the task force that hunted down Saddam, and historian Robert J. Laplander highlights a remarkable hero in his Medal of Honor Roll Call.