The moral cliff
Despite approaching the fiscal cliff, America is also rapidly approaching a cliff of a different sort.
The GOP’s weakest leg
The fact is that Republicans have been pummeled in two straight presidential elections, and both those elections were decided on economic issues. In fact, every time in the last 20 years cutting Social Security and Medicare were major issues, the GOP has lost.
The Thanksgiving Wars
You’ve heard of the Christmas wars, but what about the Thanksgiving wars? No, I’m not referring to ideological battles over the true meaning of Thanksgiving …
No mandate for liberalism
The three issues that polled lowest were all items high on the liberal agenda: increasing taxes on the wealthy, amnesty for illegal immigrants and major cuts to the military.
Don’t blame social issues for Romney loss
Looking ahead, the Republican Party’s strengths are its conservative House and its roster of up and coming conservative party leaders.
The stakes for life
Democrats used to call for policies that made abortion “safe,” “legal” and “rare.” Under Obama, “rare” has been replaced with “available regardless of ability to pay.”
Our profane president
“My first time was with Obama.” That’s how a new Obama campaign ad targeting young women begins.
The left’s contempt
Rude. Smug. Disrespectful. Condescending. These are a few of the adjectives commentators used to describe Joe Biden’s demeanor in last week’s vice presidential debate.
Biden, Ryan and the Catholic divide
While Catholic voters tend to unite behind presidential victors, there is a deep political rift that divides them. That divide will be on display this Thursday.
It’s time to go all-in for Akin
Akin still has the support of plenty of Missouri women. A recent event organized by Women Standing with Todd Akin drew more than 300 people, mostly women.