An alarm has been sounded for Republicans who advocate big-government, abortion, gay marriage, and gun control: Take heed! The GOP is being taken over by (gasp!) actual conservatives!
Each and every American should be glad to live in a country where the government is restrained from overreaching into the lives of its citizens.
Let the American people take note: the wooing has begun. The seduction of this year's congressional freshman class looks innocuous enough to the inexperienced eye.
The right of individuals to be free from unwarranted government intrusion in their private affairs is highly prized by all Americans, but that right is not absolute.
Americans spend a lot of time and energy pursuing "the good life," and thanks to the "Mad Men" of the advertising world, we have a pretty good idea of what the good life looks like
If we are unwilling to make the sacrifices necessary to rein in government spending and regain fiscal solvency, then we better get used to high taxes, high unemployment, and greater government intrusion into our everyday lives.
Democrats know that allowing Pelosi to retain her position as the top Democrat in the House would send a terrible message to the Republicans, and a worse message to the American people.
When the American people find themselves at the polls again in 2012, how can we know that our voice was heard in 2010?
The Good Book tells us that pride goes before a fall, and with the midterm elections looming perhaps nothing encapsulates the truth of this maxim more than the leadership of the Democrat Party and its constituency of liberal media elites.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel set the tongues of pundits wagging this week when she declared that multiculturalism has "utterly failed" in Germany. Multiculturalism is, of course, one of the sacraments Secularism.
As senior citizens comprise an ever increasing percentage of our nation's population, the need is greater than ever to draw attention to a little discussed, little known epidemic in American health care.
The quest for victory in politics and the power it brings often brings out the worst in people.
Was Colbert's testimony humorous? Sure. Was it appropriate? Absolutely not.
Rather than resigning themselves to irrelevancy, key leaders within the GOP establishment are determined to find a way to translate Tea Party enthusiasm into further entrenchment of the Republican status quo.
While other religious groups in America (Christians in particular) are expected to tolerate all manner of offenses, debasements, and outright attacks against their beliefs in the name of the First Amendment, Muslim Americans benefit from a government that goes out of it's way to avoid offending their religious sensibilities.
For a long time, the western world has largely accommodated competing religious views with a "whatever floats your boat" mentality.
It's deja vu all over again in Washington as the midterm elections rapidly approach and all signs point to an electoral route of the party in power.
During his inaugural address, President Obama pledged to "restore science to its rightful place."
So, as far as the Left is concerned, when it comes to the Ground Zero mosque controversy, the principle of constitutional right rules the day, but when it comes to Glenn Beck, MLK and the Lincoln Memorial, rectitude is the driving factor.
By construction, activist judges are turning our Constitution into a blank slate. They are undermining America's "peculiar security" by rewriting her most hallowed document.
Children have gone from being mere products of economic necessity to the ultimate lifestyle accessories – features of the contemporary American "success story"
Clearly, President Obama and his allies in Congress believe that all social questions, be they economic or otherwise, are best addressed by government.
Amidst a cloud of inflammatory rhetoric, its easy to lose sight of the most troubling issue at play in this battle between the federal government and one of its member states – that is, the gross abuse of constitutional authority at play at the White House and Justice Department.
Many conservatives have lost an appreciation for one of the most fundamental rights of America's political heritage
Do we have what it takes to stop the corruption, recklessness, and greed that threaten to destroy our country?