Here is Laurie Higgins writing about Pinocchio Rauner’s deceitful campaign ads: Pinocchio Rauner has astoundingly deceitful campaign ads about campaign rival Jeanne Ives running on Fox News and appearing like stinkbugs and cockroaches in the mailboxes…
Here is a short post by Laurie Higgins over at Illinois Family Action: The Chicago Tribune just endorsed “No-Social-Agenda” Rauner for governor. Yes, the man named the “Worst Republican Governor in America” by National Review,…
Here is Bruce Thornton writing at Front Page Mag about debt, deficits, and entitlements — the Progressive legacy that was clearly made possible by conservatives’ failure in the information war: The high cost of…
Here is a fascinating article by Tom Gilson writing at The Stream about how liberals can’t listen: When Cathy Newman’s absurdly hilarious interview with Jordan Peterson exploded across the internet, it wasn’t just because…
By Arthur Goldberg: In both the United Kingdom and the United States, the fundamental rights of parents have dangerously eroded.
By Peter Skurkiss: Blue states like Illinois are in a permanent fiscal crisis, mostly due to unaffordable and obscenely generous public-sector pensions.
By Mark J. Perry: According to interstate migration patterns, people tend to prefer lower taxes and less bureaucracy.
By Joy Pullmann: A market is where two people agree on a mutually agreeable goal and about how they are going to get there, without coercion.
By James Lewis: We know that enraged teenagers are not hard to spot. School counselors and teachers should learn how to do that.
By Gary Bauer: It is not unusual to see armed security guards at banks because we don’t want someone taking our money. Aren’t our children more valuable?
By Newt Gingrich: In a novel by Bill Forstchen, there is a vivid description of how dangerous our current school policies are in setting up the innocent to be killed.
By Terrence Leveck: The federal government can’t account for $21 trillion—but does anybody care?
By David French: What if there was an evidence-based process for temporarily denying a troubled person access to guns?
By Lauretta Brown: Scalise was the victim of a shooting last June.
By Steve Jordahl: As it turns out, so-called “progressives” got the fake news ball rolling — and it came back to bite them.
By Hank Berrien: In 2011 there were roughly 33,000 gun deaths — but 21,175 of them were suicides, roughly 2,500 resulted from accidents and unintentional injuries.