Ben Howe has an excellent post up over at Red State titled “Is Scott Walker afraid of social issues?” Of course Walker is afraid, because like so many light-in-the-intellect Republicans poor Scott is swayed…
Here is the second part of Professor Michael Stokes Paulsen’s terrific two-part article (I excerpted part one here). I have to bold this first section — it is the introductory text where it is posted…
Often in life there’s a need to try and read the minds of other people. An easy example would be in sports when one football team’s defense tries to guess the play the opposing…
Excerpts from a four-part series that posted in July 2008: From part one: Too few Americans are being reached with the conservative message. If anyone would like to demonstrate that I’m wrong, please include…
By Yochanan Visser: Michael Doran, a former U.S. deputy assistant secretary of defense and a former senior director in the National Security Council, wrote a devastating critique of Obama’s Middle East policy.
By Colonel Kenneth Allard (US Army, Ret.): From al Qaeda to the Islamic State, we have learned to kill enemy leaders but not much else about basic issues of war and peace.
By Mario Diaz: Justice Ginsburg’s actions leave little doubt that her recusal is required.
By Justin Charters: Over the weekend, ISIS took over Ramadi, Iraq, adding a third provincial capital to their Islamic terror-state and bringing them within only 60 miles of Baghdad.
By Dustin Siggins
By Laurie Higgins
By Leslie Loftis: If the Supreme Court nationalizes gay marriage, as most expect, it will threaten tax exemptions for religious organizations and churches.
By Blake Neff
By Jack Kerwick
From the Convention of States Project: New studies from Harvard and Dartmouth researchers find that the SSA’s actuarial forecasts have been consistently overstating the financial health of the program’s trust funds since 2000.
By Jonathan Spyer: The fall of Ramadi to the fighters of the Islamic State is a disaster for the Iraqi government of Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi.
From Judicial Watch
By Bill Muehlenberg: There is no question that contemporary education in the West is in a bad way. The crisis in our classrooms is indicative of the moral crisis in the West.
By Walter Williams: The fact is that most of the social pathology seen in poor black neighborhoods is entirely new in black history.