Wiggly words on immigration policy from 2016 GOP contenders Wiggly words on immigration policy from 2016 GOP contenders

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S. E. Cupp S. E. Cupp: Conservatives, Get Serious

Although only one Republican has officially announced his candidacy for president so far, it looks like a formidable, diverse field of conservatives will be contending in the primaries. One prospect, however and a popular one at that has me utterly nonplussed, and questioning whether conservatives actually want to win the White House ever again. Allow me to paint a picture for you.

John Hawkins John Hawkins: Christians in America Need To Stop Being Such Wussies

Given all the bad press Islam has gotten over the last few years, it might seem surprising at first glance that Islam is still such a vibrant, fast-growing religion.

John C. Goodman John C. Goodman: What Was Really at Stake in the Israeli Election: Free Enterprise

In terms of skills and education, Israel probably has the highest level of human capital per person in the whole world. Yet its per capita output is mediocre in the middle of the developed country pack. Why is that? Because Israel has been slow to adopt capitalism.

Carl Jackson Carl Jackson: Can Blacks Be Racist?

What if it's not injustice that has led so many blacks across America to feel disenfranchised? What if it's judgment?

Ken Blackwell Ken Blackwell: Obama’s Immigration “Legacy:” Lower Wages, Less Security for Americans

All we're saying is we're not going to deport you," was the big lie President Barack Obama used when he announced his executive action on immigration. Despite being repeated time and again by politicians and the media during the DHS funding debate to describe the presidents action, its still a lie.

Humberto Fontova Humberto Fontova: Hunting Season Opens on Ted Cruz

Ted Cruz-Derangement-Syndrome went viral in the media this week.

Paul Greenberg Paul Greenberg: Dale Bumpers Rides Again

No wonder so many of us in Arkansas came to like and admire our former governor, senator and public resource in general -- agree or disagree with him from time to time. His diaries, even if disputed for now by his much too respectable family, show a man in full, and the portrait is refreshing. Especially in this era of blow-dried, bloviating, deadly dull politicos.

Paul Driessen Paul Driessen: The Tip of the Climate Spending Iceberg

How your tax and consumer dollars finance Climate Crisis, Inc. and hobble America.

Larry Kudlow Larry Kudlow: Curb Your Economic Pessimism

We can do a lot better, but America is still a very resilient place.

Matthew Thomas Matthew Thomas: America's Cartel Problem, Part I

I know many people do not understand the very real battle happening in the United States. More specifically, here in the Southwest U.S. we have been involved in an extended battle with a foreign criminal element.

Steve Deace Steve Deace: The Data Proves Marriage Matters

A recent study confirms what we have long-suspectedthe poverty rate for our children is directly tied to the strength of the marriage institution. But will the adults throwing a tantrum even care?

Michael Hausam Michael Hausam: Los Angeles' City Council Cannot Understand Why Its Nanny State Zoning Change Miserably Failed

Celebrate with me the recent lesson learned by the city council of Los Angeles after a 7-years-long experiment in nanny statism that ended in utter failure.

Daniel J. Mitchell Daniel J. Mitchell: Restoring the Old-Fashioned Budget Virtue of…FDR and Truman?!?

This is a column I never expected to write. Thats because Im going to applaud Presidents Franklin Roosevelt and Harry Truman.

Mark Skousen Mark Skousen: Nailed It! Forbes Leaves Fortune and Wall Street (Journal) Behind

What amazed me about the latest Billionaire issue of Forbes magazine was not the stories about the billionaires, but about Forbes itself.

George Mano George Mano: Meet the 2016 Republican Nominee for President…Jeb Bush

It doesnt matter what the Republican base wants or whom the well-known pundits like. The fact is, the so-called independent voters of New Hampshire are likely to pick the next Republican nominee for US President.

Mark Nuckols Mark Nuckols: Cheap Laughs: A Weekly Review of the NY Times

Facts and logic are two things notable for their absence in the op-ed pages of the New York Times. The Times has to pander to its ultra-liberal readership, and facts and logic are just two things these people cant grasp, thats why theyre liberals. And the flip side of this is an appalling combination of dishonesty and unbearable smugness.

Mark Skousen Mark Skousen: Are We Heading for Another 1937-Style Recession?

Some economists worry that if the Fed raises rates too soon or the Republican-run Congress cuts government spending too much, we will have a 1937-style recession.

Ransom Notes Radio Ransom Notes Radio: Obama Gives Iran the Bomb

Syrias Bashar Al Assad has said that he is open to negotiating with America. I guess he saw what was going on with Iran, and decided that he too would like nuclear weapons. Del Wilber joined the program to discuss the ongoing negotiations with Iran.

Doug Fabian Doug Fabian: You Could House Your Money in This Fund

Consistent followers of the ETF Talk will recognize this weeks return to the world of real estate investment trusts (REITs). A REIT is a company that invests in real estate and gains revenue by renting it out to other organizations. REITs are required by law to distribute a large portion of their profits to shareholders, so they tend to pay solid dividends. One method of investing in this space is through Vanguard REIT ETF (VNQ).

Ilya Shapiro Ilya Shapiro: The Next Big Obamacare Case?

Medicaid, the entitlement program for low-income Americans jointly funded by the state and federal government, represents about 25 percent of state budgets. Federal funding represents more than half (57 percent) of that amount, and that funding is now being threatened by Obamacare.

Ashley Traficant Ashley Traficant: The Next 'Greatest Generation': A Millennial's Perspective on Ted Cruz

Monday morning I sat among 10,000 of my peers as Sen. Ted Cruz announced his bid for the Republican nomination for president at my school, Liberty University. As senior in Libertys Helms School of Government I was thrilled to witness a presidential hopeful announce his candidacy.

Charles Payne Charles Payne: Bears Koww

Even the biggest number-crunchers, the fundamental analysts on Wall Street, peek at the charts when the sledding gets tough, and its been very tough lately.

Nick Sorrentino Nick Sorrentino: Some People Just Want to Be Ruled, and Some Just Don’t

The truth is some (many) people just want someone to make decisions for them. I am unsure if it is a genetic disposition or whether it is socialization or whether it is both. All I know is some people do not want to control their own lives.

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