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  • Best Medicine To Prevent Another Recession

  • Don’t Take Cues from Al Sharpton

  • Climate Hubris

  • The Color of Recession

  • Cut Taxes To Create Jobs

    The president’s job summit this week may be good public relations, but it won’t do anything to help create jobs in this depressing economy. Despite the $159 billion the administration claims to have already spent on job creation (and hundreds | Read More »

  • KSM and O.J.

    If there was ever a more irresponsible decision by a U.S. attorney general than Eric Holder’s decision to try the mastermind of the 9/11 terrorist attack and four others as common criminals in a civilian court in New York City, | Read More »

  • Fire Gen. Casey

    "What happened at Fort Hood was a tragedy, but I believe it would be an even greater tragedy if our diversity becomes a casualty here." Those words were spoken not by some diversity guru but by the Army Chief of | Read More »

  • Politics of Envy

  • Unions Calling in Their Chits

    "That’s not the change America voted for." The implied criticism of President Obama comes not from Rush Limbaugh or Fox News but from the AFL-CIO in a newspaper ad this week letting the president and congressional Dems know unions’ "bottom | Read More »

  • Diversionary Tactics on Both Sides

    Instead of a debate on the merits of President Obama’s health care proposals or congressional Democrats’ failure to produce a bill that has any chance of bipartisan support, we’ve been diverted this week by a disgraceful sideshow. Thanks to pundits | Read More »

  • Americans Aren’t Buying What Obama Has To Sell

    More prescient words were never spoken by a politician than Barack Obama’s to the American people Wednesday evening on the issue of health care reform: "I am not the first President to take up this cause, but I am determined | Read More »

  • Mistrusting the Media

  • Kennedy’s Legacy

    Liberalism lost its most reliable champion with the passing of Sen. Edward M. Kennedy this week. The senator virtually defined American liberalism for his 47 years in public office and it is not easy to see who will step into | Read More »

  • The Good War

  • Who’s Un-American?

    Like most epithets, the u-word says more about the person hurling it than it does about the object of disapproval. So when House Speaker Nancy Pelosi called opponents of Democrats’ health care reform "un-American" this week, she became the focus | Read More »

  • The Cure That’s Worse Than the Disease

    Senate negotiators moved a step closer to a comprehensive health care package this week, but the American public seems increasingly wary of what "reform" might mean. The latest polls show that the majority of Americans are satisfied with their own | Read More »

  • No More Racial Sell-Outs

    The next time Rick Sanchez starts casting ethnic aspersions based on politics, let’s recognize his prejudice for what it is.

  • Health Care Quotas

  • Of Race, Gender and Justice

    This week I was asked to testify before the Senate regarding the nomination of Sotomayor to the Supreme Court.

  • Blame Obama