2014: The Year The Liberal Lies Died
Every single thing liberals say is a lie. No exceptions.
For 2015: More Morality, Less Politics
At the close of the last century, British conservative historian Paul Johnson wrote A History of the American People.
Obama Kills Day 9 on Golf Course
On Day Number 9 of National Lampoons Obama Vacation we lowered the flag in Afghanistan; five people were stabbed at a restaurant near the White House and; the NYC police commissioner William Bratton conceded that police in the country feel like they are under attack by the White House.
E Pluribus Unum-Reclaiming What Unites Us
One of Americas founding principles is on every coinE Pluribus Unum. Out of many, were one.
Bush, Romney, Cruz, Paul, Perry or ?
Since forming a presidential exploratory committee earlier this month, Jeb Bush is being considered a serious Republican candidate for president.
Tortured Discussion about Torture
There is an argument put forth among some in Los Angeles whenever there is an eruption coming from Gaza of rockets fired into Israel.
Aside From That, Gen. Custer
CNN was agog (not a word I get to use in a sentence every day) with the results of a new poll released right before Christmas that showed President Barack Obama's job approval ratings shooting up in the polls.
Christians, Stand Your Ground Against Homofascism
Defense of Gods design for natural marriage along with the God-given, constitutional freedom of conscience to decline participation in and, thereby, endorsement of, its unnatural and sin-based counterfeit, so-called gay marriage is now among Americas premier civil-rights struggles.
Arthur Schaper :
Walker v. Bush ( at CPAC 2013)
Election 2016 has begun, and Bush dominates the discussion, but for a glimpse into who is running, and who is better suited to win, we can compare two key speeches at CPAC 2013, from John Ellis Jeb Bush, and Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker.
The IRS Needs More of Your Money So They Can Tax More of Your Money
The favorite government agency of statists, liberals, and progressives is worried that it might not have enough funding to adequately separate Americans from their hard earned money.
Building my Faith by Changing a Tire
He wasnt strong enough to turn the bolts, not with one good arm anyway. He was ashamed to tell his daughter the truth about why they were helpless.
Alfred Charles Sharpton, an American Excess Story
Even more outrageous is the fact that the sitting president of the United States seeks the counsel of someone like Alfred. With Alfreds history it makes one wonder about the intellectual credentials and motivations of the person sitting in the Oval Office.
Spain to Issue €55 Billion in New Debt, 72% to Roll Over Existing Debt; Interest Rate Perspective
The 55 billion debt increase announced Friday is the same as last year, but is 8 billion superior to that which was announced last September.
Daniel J. Mitchell:
Can You Guess the Jurisdiction that Is Ending Special Pension Advantages for Government Bureaucrats?
Can you guess which jurisdiction took this important step, notwithstanding the greed, political sophistication, and power of government bureaucracies?
Forecasts for the Weeks of December 29 and January 5
Peter Morici is a professor at the University of Maryland Smith School of Business, former Chief Economist at the U.S. International Trade Commission, and five-time winner of the MarketWatch best forecaster award.