Republicans Should Dump The Elephant and Adopt A Rubber Stamp As Their Symbol
How do you think Republicans would have done in the 2014 elections if they had told the truth about what they intended to do when they took over the Senate?
John C. Goodman:
The Democrats’ Dilemma
Heres a shocker. Rahm Emanuel may not be re-elected as mayor of Chicago.
The World Really is Full of Oil
And thats why liberals are so scared of fossil fuels and the Keystone Pipeline.
Government’s Choke Hold on Law-Abiding Businesses
A disturbing Department of Justice program allows unelected bureaucrats to target law-abiding individuals and industries. Entitled Operation Choke Point, it has been in operation since 2013 with the intention of combatting fraud and money laundering. But its powers are being abused.
What Should Be Heard at Lee’s Music Industry Hearing
Capitol Hill conservatives are watching the new chairman of the Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on Antitrust, Competition Policy and Consumer Protection hosts a March 10 hearing, which is the chairman's first crack at how the Obama Justice Department plans to help the recording industry in its last months in office.
Florida City Wages Soviet-Style Crackdown On Churches
A government crackdown on churches has Christians in Lake Worth, Fla., wondering if they live in the United States or the former Soviet Union.
Do Citizens Have a Lobby?
I'm beginning the sympathize more and more with the average man who thinks the system is rigged against him.
Autry J. Pruitt:
Democrats Supporting Unions While Stiffing Veterans
With the 2016 presidential race beginning to take shape, liberals are ratcheting up their attacks on Republicans over labor issues and union benefits.
Conan O’Brien Declares His Cuba Tourism Ad a “Snark-Free Zone”
Unlike so many of his skits in the U.S., however, OBriens humor in Cuba was never at the expense of politicians.
Of Methods and Manners
The good news is that Arkansas' legislature is taking education seriously this session.
Silencing Climate Chaos Skeptics
Will Congress, media now examine government, environmentalist, university alarmist funding?
Ransom Notes Radio:
Maybe We Just Need a Reset Button for the Middle East
John Kerry said that military force might be needed to oust Bashir Al Assad of Syria Im not sure why a reset button wouldnt work. Can someone email Hillary and ask her what she thinks? HDR22@ClintonEmail.com
E-mail Reveals California Insurance Dept. Celebrated Abortion Mandate
Since August, California has been forcing churches and every other employer in the state to provide elective abortion coverage to their employees.
A Deception Of 'Clintonian' Proportions
As Ive been watching the Hillary Clinton email scandal unfold over the past few days, a lawyer by the same name comes to mind her husband. When then-President Bill Clinton was asked about a particular activity, he responded famously, it all depends on what your definition of is is.
No Wishy-Washy Candidates, Please
As the nation moves towards yet another long, drawn out election season to prepare for the 2016 Presidential elections, frontrunners are thrown into a harsh national spotlight where everything they say will be endlessly scrutinized and every move they make recorded and quickly dispersed through social media.
Dems vow to protect Boehner from conservative coup
Boehner has a pretty tough job. He is a Republican stuck in the 20th century trying to lead a caucus which is very much of the 21st Century.
De Blasio Defends Hillary: She’s ‘a Person of Extraordinary Integrity’
Bill I Heart Hillary de Blasio defended Mrs. Clinton to reporters in an unrelated appearance in New York City. To me its quite clear that measures were taken to comply with the letter and the spirit of the law. Also: Some animals are more equal than others.
Another Fishy Regulation
All across the globe, people see the United States as a land of opportunity and dream of making their way here to work hard and enjoy the prosperity that our system of laws helps provide
Michael F. Cannon:
Actually, Justice Kennedy, IRS Did Tell Congress Section 36B Contains “Contradictory Language”
During oral arguments in King v. Burwell on Wednesday, Justice Anthony Kennedy expressed skepticism about the governments claim that the Supreme Court should defer to the Internal Revenue Services interpretation of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.
Captain Rick Perry
Time for a military man in the White House?
Everything You Should Know About the Jobs Numbers
Once again we see the pattern of a strong establishment survey but a poor household survey. The latter varies more widely, and the tendency is for one to catch up to the other, over time. The question, as always, is which way?
The Netanyahu Paradox
The good news is Benjamin Netanyahu showed the American people this week what moral clarity looks like from a political leader. The bad news is he also reminded us just how little of it we see from our own.
Past recoveries were haunted for a lack of job growth, but this recovery will go done in history as the wage-less recovery and it presents a bunch of conundrums for the stock market and frustration for the rest of America.
Leon Wolf :
Anti-Amnesty Activists Have a Lot to Prove in 2016
For years, conservatives who have considered opposition to amnesty to be their top priority issue have claimed a level of influence that has far outstripped reality.
The Context Behind the Time Series
That extension in harmful economic policies was made possible by the scorched earth campaign of political protests launched by the state's Democratic party...
The “Political” Firing of Tom Ross
Those who are criticizing you for firing Tom Ross are trapped in a logical contradiction.