With many people now acting as if it is time for "a woman" to become president, apparently they have learned absolutely nothing from the disastrous results of the irresponsible self-indulgence of choosing a President of the United States on the basis of demographic characteristics, instead of individual qualifications.
America at the Tipping Point (Part 1)
Is history going to repeat itself? I recently read the book "The Miracle of Freedom: 7 Tipping Points That Saved the World," by Chris Stewart and Ted Stewart. The Stewarts describe how radical Islam came within a hair's breadth of taking over the world.
The 20 Best Quotes From Greg Gutfeld
Most people know Greg Gutfeld as the funny guy from Red Eye and The Five. However, hes also a brilliant writer who manages to make profound points in a funny way. Enjoy his quotes!
How to Beat an Evil Empire: Just Do It
One of the most successful ways for dictators to cling to power in light of mass dissatisfaction is by waging short, triumphant wars to distract a citizenry looking for someone to blame.
Sermon Censorship? YouTube Yanks Pastor's ISIS Message, Cancels Account
The pastor of a small-town Baptist church in Georgia says he got banned from YouTube after he posted video of a Sunday sermon he gave about the persecution of Christians in the Middle East.
Our Freedoms Are Slowly Slipping Away
As Americans celebrated Labor Day and the freedom to provide for their families, lets hope they didn't spoil the holiday yesterday by pausing to consider whether government today is making their lives easier or more difficult.
Finding Your Roots' with Dr. Henry Louis Gates Jr.
From 1948 to 1961, there was a show called "This Is Your Life," hosted by Ralph Edwards. In it, an unsuspecting celebrity was lured to a place by a friend or family member where Edwards would surprise them. People from the celebrity's past would then come out one by one and tell stories of the celebrity's early life.
Winooski, Vermont and the Dismantling of America's Values
As a talk show host, I have no choice but to keep up with what's happening in America and the world. I am therefore submerged in depressing and often angering fare.
Behind the Sinking of the Lusitania
About how America became involved in certain wars, many conspiracy theories have been advanced -- and some have been proved correct.
Faith and Politics
There is precious little of Biblical principle in politics today, but Christians ought to be in politics. Not every Christian is endowed with the gifts which make for great statesmen, but there is no greater force for liberty than a man or woman steeped in Biblical principle and disposed by grace to public service.
Forget the Minimum Wage - What About Purchasing Power?
Now that we've established what the relative purchasing power of a dollar is in each of the United States, we're going to apply that information today to solve one of the great problems of our time: how to set the minimum wage in each state in order to achieve purchasing power equality.
Europe Moves Closer to Another Recession
Ireland, Spain, and the Netherlands cannot sustain a eurozone recovery. A recession in Germany is on the way, and will take the rest of Europe along for the ride.
Who is Rand Paul?
Paul shows signs of being the key transformational figure. If he himself understands the depth of this proposition he well might become unstoppable. Washington, naturally, finds him confounding.
Joe Biden Declares war on Prosperity While in Detroit
Standing among the ruins that were once a shining example of American prosperity, the Vice President championed the values of organized labor and liberal economic policies. (Ya know Because its worked out so well for the bankrupt city of Detroit.)
Daniel J. Mitchell:
The Punitive Economic Cost of Class-Warfare Taxation
Too bad we cant get the Joint Committee on Taxation in Washington to join the 21st Century. Those bureaucrats still base their work on the preposterous assumption that taxes have no impact on overall economic performance.
Keystone XL: Six Years And Still Waiting
The Keystone Pipeline or Keystone XL, as its commonly known, would put 9,000 laborers to work and support over 42,100 jobs on a project designed to strengthen Americas energy independence as well as provide a way to move Bakken Shale oil from North Dakota to refineries located on the Gulf Coast.
Why Do Public Sector Unions Even Exist?
On the first Labor Day upon it's creation as a national holiday in 1887, there was no such thing as a public sector union. The idea of government workers going on strike for personal gain rather than serving the country seemed ridiculous.