Sat, Nov 04, 2006

Robert Novak | November 04, 2006

The largest Kerry contribution was $586,000 to Pennsylvania State Treasurer Bob Casey, who is running well ahead of Republican Sen. Rick Santorum.

Doug Giles | November 04, 2006

Our soft and stupid culture is setting us up to be no match for these Muslim youth who are being wet nursed in Islamic death cults, being fueled with Muslim madness in a land with zero economic opportunity and are feasting feverishly on a steady diet of Anti-American disdain.

Fri, Nov 03, 2006

Wayne Grudem | November 03, 2006

It seems to me that what we need as a country is to unite behind the President in this war, not attack every move he makes.

Rich Galen | November 03, 2006

Kerry's statement, and his refusal to admit he had said anything wrong, was so astonishingly … John Kerry, that even the Popular Press had trouble pretending the GOP was overreacting.

David Strom | November 03, 2006

John Kerry, Democratic senator from Massachusetts and 2004 candidate for president, is back in the news reminding us all why we didn't vote for him.

Mike Gallagher | November 03, 2006

The debate over the South Dakota abortion ban that voters will either approve or reject Tuesday might best be defined by an American Indian woman named Mabel Two Lance.

Ed Feulner | November 03, 2006

Americans deserve the benefits of permanent lower tax rates and the smaller, less-intrusive government that should go with them.

Burt Prelutsky | November 03, 2006

We have plenty of standards, but they’re double standards. For instance, there’s one for blacks and one for whites, one for Christians and another for Muslims and atheists, one for conservatives and one for liberals.

Rich Tucker | November 03, 2006

Let’s consider what the political professionals are saying about the upcoming election. All predict a Democratic landslide.

Jeff Emanuel | November 03, 2006

The staple of the Liberal platform for the past four-plus years has been almost uniform: Bush lied us into a war in Iraq. This report blows that entire argument completely out of the water.

Mike Gallagher | November 03, 2006

I’m just tired of fighting. But I’m not close to stopping. The stakes are too high.

Lorie Byrd | November 03, 2006

It may be an old-fashioned concept, but I think it would be nice to let people vote first.

Diana West | November 03, 2006

Since it's the GOP, in effect, that wages war (contemporary Democrats are hopeless at it), Republican confusion about Iraq explains why Republican control of Congress is slipping.

Thomas Sowell | November 03, 2006

The latest in a long list of examples is the way they have immediately circled the wagons around John Kerry to protect him and the Democrats from the reaction to an ill-advised remark that the Senator made at a college in California.

Brent Bozell | November 03, 2006

Looking back at the fall campaign, it's yet another cycle in which the Republican political brain trust sidestepped the issue of America's growing concern for indecency oozing out of almost every perfumed pore of Hollywood.

Jonah Goldberg | November 03, 2006

That's one reason why I reluctantly came out in favor of a fence on the border. Sure, the symbolism to the world is bad. But it would send Americans the message that elites are serious about an issue millions of Americans care about, and justifiably so.

David Limbaugh | November 03, 2006

I honestly don't believe Kerry was joking when he warned students they better stay in school lest they wind up in Iraq

Mona Charen | November 03, 2006

For the Democrats, avoiding seriousness on foreign threats has become part of their DNA.

Oliver North | November 03, 2006

During the so-called "Vietnam Era" it was commonplace for critics of the long war in Southeast Asia to denigrate those serving in the armed forces.

Pat Buchanan | November 03, 2006

Entering the weekend before his midterms, George Bush and his party appear fated to lose the House they have held for a dozen years. The Senate is on a knife's edge.

Paul Greenberg | November 03, 2006

It was wholly a pleasure to get your message asking how to write editorials, and I am happy to oblige, since advice costs so little. In his "Devil's Dictionary," the all too realistic Ambrose Bierce defined advice as the smallest coin in current circulation.

Kathleen Parker | November 03, 2006

The obvious lesson here is that some people should never try to be funny. Otherwise, Kerry seemed to be addressing a group of second-graders.

Charles Krauthammer | November 03, 2006

According to the pollsters, pundits and pols -- Democrat and nervous Republican -- a great anti-Republican wave is a-coming.

Tim Chapman | November 03, 2006

How anyone who understands the English language could read the simple words uttered by John Kerry and conclude that this was a joke is hard to see.

Rebecca Hagelin | November 03, 2006

Why all the high-profile attention for a single ballot question in one state?

Joel Mowbray | November 03, 2006

In a keynote speech last month to the American Task Force on Palestine, Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice sounded very unlike President Bush on the Middle East, lavishing praise on Palestinians and implicitly attacking Israel.

Thu, Nov 02, 2006

Mary Katharine Ham | November 02, 2006

Looking for a reason to get involved this election cycle? Look no further than Michael Steele, running for Senate in Maryland against Democrat Ben Cardin.

Larry Kudlow | November 02, 2006

In the last month's run-up to the midterm elections, stocks have been climbing while Republican polls have been falling.

Brian Fitzpatrick | November 02, 2006

Is Congress really planning to force employers to provide special civil rights protections to transsexuals? That’s what Massachusetts Democrat Barney Frank and San Francisco Democrat Nancy Pelosi have in mind – but don’t hold your breath waiting to hear about it on the TV news.

Rich Lowry | November 02, 2006

Discrimination by race has never had such respectable defenders as it is garnering in Michigan right now.

Charles Johnson | November 02, 2006

There are few watching this year’s Congressional races closer than White House Political Director Sara Taylor. Taylor, a top strategist for Bush-Cheney ’04, is a key leader in the effort to hold Congress in what has proven to be a difficult political environment. In an exclusive interview, Taylor spoke with Townhall.com to discuss the stakes of this election and what a Democrat majority could mean.

William Perry Pendley | November 02, 2006

Days ago, in a proposal unnoticed by the media, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) announced the largest land grab since President Clinton designated massive national monuments across the West. When Clinton decreed 1.9 million acres of federal land in Utah as the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument to kill a vast underground coal mine that would have employed 1,000 locals in the most economically depressed region of southern Utah, generated $20 million in annual revenue, and produced environmentally-compliant coal for generating electricity, there were protests across the West. When the Bush Administration published its plans, there was barely a ripple of protest.

Roger Schlesinger | November 02, 2006

In my never-ending quest to educate the public about the mortgage industry, I have set down some subjects that are definitely either unknown or misunderstood by the average borrower.

Neal Boortz | November 02, 2006

If people own their own Social Security accounts, how in the wide wide world of politics will the Democrats frighten the wizened citizens with outrageous charges that the Republicans are going to take all or part of their Social Security benefits away?

Victor Davis Hanson | November 02, 2006

Democracies have seen novelists who entered politics (Upton Sinclair and Mario Vargas Llosa). Sometimes politicians aspire to become novelists (Georges Clemenceau and Newt Gingrich). In almost every case, their fiction at one time or another was wrongly used against them in campaigns and political life — on the mistaken notion that whatever a novelist writes must reflect, even in some small way, his own views.

Colleen Carroll Campbell | November 02, 2006

When actor Michael J. Fox appeared Sunday on ABC’s “This Week with George Stephanopoulous,” he reiterated his support for Missouri’s Amendment Two and assured viewers that he shares their opposition to human cloning. Then he made a stunning admission that effectively gutted his endorsement.

Hugh Hewitt | November 02, 2006

When unique visitors to HughHewitt.com crashes through 125,000 on a single day, I know the public is engaged.

Emmett Tyrrell | November 02, 2006

What throughout the decades of the Cold War was called the Liberal Establishment has been drained of ideas and meaning. It is what historians call an Old Order, a passing Old Order.

David Strom | November 02, 2006

John Kerry, Democrat Senator from Massachusetts and 2004 candidate for President is back in the news reminding us all why we didn’t vote for him.

Thomas Sowell | November 02, 2006

This year, the Democrats are running as "None of the above" and polls show that they may well win the House of Representatives and perhaps the Senate.

Larry Elder | November 02, 2006

The so-called black leadership wants blacks to think of themselves as victicrats.

Cal Thomas | November 02, 2006

If conservatives believe enough has not been done to advance their agenda, let them work to elect more conservatives, not hand control of Congress over to a party controlled by far-left liberals who have no intention of moderating their tone or watering down their beliefs after the election.

Suzanne Fields | November 02, 2006

But there's a voting cohort between Generation Xers and boomers that bears watching. They're the not-so-young Generation Jones. If they're not "the lost generation," they're invisible to most of our culture commentators.

Debra J. Saunders | November 02, 2006

The Bushies can't help but appreciate that Kerry's gaffe returns voters' focus to why Kerry lost his bid for the White House in 2004. Americans simply didn't trust Kerry to push for victory in Iraq.

Matt Towery | November 02, 2006

The task at hand for the Republicans is to be bold enough to take Kerry's statement to the airwaves and into the field for grassroots, get-out-the-vote efforts.

Diana West | November 02, 2006

John Kerry's "joke" about losers getting stuck in Iraq added zilch, obviously, to any debate. But it triggered political adrenaline pundits say could boost GOP (Kerry-disgusted) turnout. This, in turn, could boost Democratic (Hate-Bush) turnout. Which makes the electorate sound like opposing flocks of geese, irritably voluble and confused.

Paul Greenberg | November 02, 2006

John Kerry has provided the GOP with the grist it needed in a campaign that appeared all but lost. No wonder his Republican critics must be sorely disappointed to hear that he's giving up the campaign trail.

Donald Lambro | November 02, 2006

Even if the Democrats have a net gain of 15 to 20-odd House seats (they need 15 to win a majority), that will still leave them with a relatively small margin to run the House with any authority -- making many, if not most, of the major votes iffy at best.

George Will | November 02, 2006

Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney's hopes for the 2008 Republican presidential nomination have been enhanced by Virginia Sen. George Allen's difficulties.

Robert Novak | November 02, 2006

Thanks to a late infusion of cash from Washington, Burns is pounding Tester as a taxer too liberal for Montana. This huge, sparsely populated state reflects the 2006 national political chess game. Democrats want a referendum on Burns, while Republicans want a choice between Burns and Tester.

Marvin Olasky | November 02, 2006

Iraqis have endured oppression for decades. They now face the prospect of more tyranny unless the United States stays the course

Steve Chapman | November 02, 2006

Ford's supporters and other critics say they are appalled at the ad because it appeals to latent racist sentiment by suggesting something untoward between Ford, who is black, and a scantily clad white woman.

Alan Reynolds | November 02, 2006

The British government released the "Stern Review" on global warming by Nicholas Stern, a former chief economist for the World Bank.

Wed, Nov 01, 2006

Ann Coulter | November 01, 2006

John Kerry is the "botched joke" of American politics. For those of you keeping score at home, John Kerry has now called members of the U.S. military (a) stupid, (b) crazy, (c) murderers, (d) rapists, (e) terrorizers of Iraqi women and children. I wonder what he'll call them tomorrow.

Carrie Lukas | November 01, 2006

When politicians and commentators talk about “women’s issues,” they’re typically referring to issues like pay equity, abortion, education and healthcare.

Dick Morris and Eileen McGann | November 01, 2006

Can the Republicans win control of Congress? They can if they want to. It is up to the vaunted GOP base.

Henry Edmondson | November 01, 2006

A report, issued by the non-partisan “Education Schools Project,” alleges that most education schools are engaged in a "pursuit of irrelevance," with curricula in disarray and faculty disconnected from classrooms and colleagues.

Jerry Newberry | November 01, 2006

The KOP isn't a very big place, not much more than a scrape on the side of a mountain. The troops that call the KOP ‘home’ live under harsh and extreme conditions ... so it doesn't take long before you start recognizing faces and putting names to those faces. In a brief time, they become your friends.

Herman Cain | November 01, 2006

It’s easy to give someone advice after the fact, and even then, there is no measure that the advice would have been a better decision. The armchair presidents claim to have the winning play for fighting terrorists and preventing future terrorist attacks on American soil.

Janice Shaw Crouse | November 01, 2006

Greatest Generation guys - young men who considered their military service a badge of honor and who wore their military identity with quiet pride. I grew up knowing that the Marines were heroes because my dad told us about his "buddies."

Hugh Hewitt | November 01, 2006

The "1/1" returned from a tour in Iraq in August, and an appreciative group of hundreds of citizens crowded the sold-out dinner to applaud their efforts and toast their return.

Jonathan Garthwaite | November 01, 2006

With the economy doing well, the stock market back in gear, and gas prices back from the stratosphere, Iraq and the war of terror had claimed their spot as the top issues facing many voters.

Chuck Colson | November 01, 2006

That’s a question that’s been very much in the news in the wake of the supposed exposé by David Kuo, author of Tempting Faith.

Rich Galen | November 01, 2006

If Pelosi becomes Speaker of the House, her constituents will demand she reward them with policies they (and the rest of the Howard Dean/MoveoOn.org wing of the Democratic party) are panting with desire to embrace.

Jonah Goldberg | November 01, 2006

Well, Sen. John Kerry certainly did his best to offer an October surprise for Republicans at the last minute.

Michael Medved | November 01, 2006

The day after his breathtakingly clumsy remarks at Pasadena City College suggesting that the uneducated and unsuccessful got “stuck in Iraq,” he made a laughable attempt to clarify his sentiments by insisting he meant to insult President Bush, not the troops in the field

Michelle Malkin | November 01, 2006

The Democrats' failed 2004 presidential candidate, Sen. John Kerry, may have just sabotaged his party's highest hopes for the 2006 midterm elections.

John Stossel | November 01, 2006

Here's a job that's really for the birds: staring at dead chickens.

Walter E. Williams | November 01, 2006

There are some ideas so ludicrous and mischievous that only an academic would take them seriously. One of them is diversity.

Brent Bozell | November 01, 2006

There are occasions in the news coverage of campaigns where fevered imagination kicks in and calm, comparative reason takes a holiday.

Tony Blankley | November 01, 2006

After carefully reviewing all the evidence, the Ethics Committee determined that Sen. Reid had "inadvertently" failed to report on his financial disclosure statement that he had secretly become a majority stockholder of Caesar's Palace, The Golden Nugget, The Bellagio, The Venetian, Harrah's, the Mirage, MGM Grand and The Hotel at Mandalay Bay.

Terry Jeffrey | November 01, 2006

The debate over Iraq is often reduced to bumper-sticker simplicities. But in a press conference last week, President Bush laid out a course of action too subtle for a stump speech.

Ben Shapiro | November 01, 2006

Americans are not an extreme lot. When it comes to elections, we never follow the Ralph Naders or George McGoverns or Pat Buchanans.

Linda Chavez | November 01, 2006

It's too bad it has come to this, especially since the amendments won't do much to restore marriage to its once lofty place in our society. But it's not the Christian Right or the Republican Party that has brought us to this pass.

Austin Bay | November 01, 2006

October Surprise? This year, October began on Sunday, June 23, when The New York Times sprang this election's first, most odious and most damaging "media revelation."

Paul Greenberg | November 01, 2006

We tend to assume there is such a thing as Normalcy in the affairs of men and nations, and conclude that war is but a temporary aberration - and one we can avoid at that. All we need do is withdraw from the world's problems, the theory goes, and peace will reign.

Maggie Gallagher | November 01, 2006

A week after the New Jersey Supreme Court injected new energy into the gay marriage issue, how is it playing out in Peoria?

William F. Buckley | November 01, 2006

The charge by assorted gentry that James Webb is not qualified to serve as a U.S. senator from Virginia because there are lewdnesses in his published fiction rattles one's faith in democracy.

Kathleen Parker | November 01, 2006

To be clear: Approval of "Constitutional Amendment 2" would mean approval of a constitutional right to clone.

Paul Weyrich | November 01, 2006

It is difficult to get people to the polls although Rove argues that the intensity factor is slightly higher among Republicans than Democrats. If he is correct this election could look very different than the liberal media portrayal.

Ruben Navarrette Jr., | November 01, 2006

Members of Congress were content to huddle around President Bush last week as he signed a bill calling for 700 miles of fencing on the U.S.-Mexican border. The photo-op was intended to fool us into thinking that something has been accomplished in the area of border security.

Jacob Sullum | November 01, 2006

The Nov. 6 National Review includes a brief article by American Enterprise Institute scholar Kevin Hassett titled "Where Clinton Beats W." The editors easily could have devoted an entire issue to the subject.

Tue, Oct 31, 2006

Roger Schlesinger | October 31, 2006

This ratio is something we all have lived with, and will continue to live with until we are through with our active life. It is something few think about, but it concerns all of us in so many different ways. Let's take a look at what I am talking about.

Michael Medved | October 31, 2006

Most Americans reject the inane idea that all relationships are created equal.

Horace Cooper | October 31, 2006

Mid-term elections typically provide corrections not rejections. For much of the 20th century the party out of the White House gains seats in off year elections.

Mary Grabar | October 31, 2006

Take a look through any left-leaning publication and see who is advertising to the readership. Ads for plastic surgeons, laser hair removal systems, and Botox treatments galore grace the pages of alternative weeklies and lifestyle magazines.

Marjorie Dannenfelser | October 31, 2006

The conventional wisdom is often just that – conventional. Neither is it always wise. Right now the conventional wisdom among the punditocracy is that the results of the November election will turn almost entirely on the war in Iraq, Congressional malfeasance, and President Bush’s popularity, or lack thereof.

Jeff Emanuel | October 31, 2006

Two of the GOP’s best chances for pickups in the House of Representatives this year are in Georgia, where two former Congressmen are embattled in races which are poised to go down to the wire.

Thomas Sowell | October 31, 2006

Perhaps nothing so captures the superficial, frivolous and irresponsible spirit of our times like the sudden boomlet for Barack Obama as a candidate for President of the United States.

David Limbaugh | October 31, 2006

Does the Republican Party truly believe Iraq is part of the war on terror and that the war on terror is the most important issue facing voters next week?

Cal Thomas | October 31, 2006

Sitting with Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice in her office recently reminded me of why I loved a professor I had in college.

Dennis Prager | October 31, 2006

One repeatedly hears that some conservatives and Republicans will either vote Democrat or not vote at all -- out of anger at the Republican Party.

Debra J. Saunders | October 31, 2006

When Arnold Schwarzenegger first ran for governor in 2003, he talked as if being a good governor -- which for him meant balancing the state budget without raising taxes -- would be easy. Now he knows it is not easy. He just makes it look easy.

William Rusher | October 31, 2006

The other day Sen. Barack Obama, D-Ill., astounded a lot of political observers (including this one) by confessing to an interviewer that he is indeed considering running for the presidency in 2008.

Pat Buchanan | October 31, 2006

November 1956, 50 years ago, was a month the drama of which many of us can yet recall. It was a defining moment of the Cold War.

Bruce Bartlett | October 31, 2006

As we move into the campaign homestretch, Republicans and their talk radio friends are doing everything they can to browbeat every last right-leaning voter into pulling the Republican lever one more time.

Lynn O'Shaughnessy | October 31, 2006

My column last week probably prompted many readers to panic when I asked a simple question: Do you know how much your mutual funds cost? I should have mentioned that this is a two-part quiz. And here's the second question: How much are you paying for your 401(k)?

Mon, Oct 30, 2006

Douglas MacKinnon | October 30, 2006

To my fellow conservatives, Republicans, and even independents, who are so frustrated with some in the GOP for abandoning the principles of our party, that you plan to sit out this election, I implore you to change your mind.

Kathryn Lopez | October 30, 2006

It's silly season -- election time. It gets that way, of course, but it's still worth pointing out some of the more ridiculous examples.

Rich Lowry | October 30, 2006

On immigration, it was only the House Republicans who stood athwart the Senate and a Bush-Democratic accord on what is effectively amnesty for illegal immigrants and insisted instead on tougher border enforcement.

Rich Galen | October 30, 2006

Any Republican who, in the past two years, has sneezed in public without having first whipped out a clean and pressed hanky has run the risk of blaring headlines declaring them a hypocrite for being able to get free pharmaceuticals from the House Physician's office while having voted against the importation of (potentially counterfeit) drugs from Canada.

Jonathan Garthwaite | October 30, 2006

In similar fashion, the final days of Election 2006 are upon us and this election has had more than its fair share of mischief.

Frank Gaffney | October 30, 2006

It is not every day that a politician chooses to use the closing days of a hotly contested, and exceedingly high-stakes, election to give voters bad news. Yet, in Pennsylvania, the incumbent Senator, Rick Santorum, is courageously doing just that.

Michael Johnson | October 30, 2006

On this day devoted to the doings of the Dark Side, it seems apropos, somehow, to pause and reflect on those who have done so much to darken the spiritual landscape of these United States …

Star Parker | October 30, 2006

Republican prospects in November's elections are decidedly brighter today as result of the ruling by the New Jersey Supreme Court on same-sex marriage.

Harry R. Jackson, Jr. | October 30, 2006

Over the last ten years, I have noticed that the pace of political races has changed. These “mini-wars” are strategically managed, media driven, and extremely well-financed.

Mike Adams | October 30, 2006

Don’t let the biting sarcasm and all the talk about firearms fool you. There are times when I am wholly lacking in courage and simply afraid I have bitten off more than I can chew.

Armstrong Williams | October 30, 2006

From reading and hearing, one may think that if a certain segment of the Black population was not in America, all of our social ills would disappear.

Burt Prelutsky | October 30, 2006

There’s an election fast-approaching, and, this being what’s referred to as an off-year, we all pretty much know what to expect.

Carol Platt Liebau | October 30, 2006

If the Democrats are counting on depressed Republican turnout for victory, they’d better reconsider.

Nathan Tabor | October 30, 2006

This Halloween I find myself contemplating something scarier than any Halloween fright mask—even a Nancy Pelosi “Speaker of the House” mask. It’s the thought of how money is spent in the name of educating the next generation

Michael Barone | October 30, 2006

When I started in the polling business, in 1974, national party identification was almost 50 percent Democratic and not much more than 25 percent Republican.

Suzanne Fields | October 30, 2006

"Jewcentricity" is a word that sounds like it was coined by an embittered anti-Semite.

Paul Greenberg | October 30, 2006

And I confess to having had a little fun - okay, a lot of fun - at Joe Biden's expense when he described his state as Southern.

Donald Lambro | October 30, 2006

The administration's tougher rhetoric came in one of the bloodiest months of the war when nearly 100 U.S. troops have been killed by an intensified insurgency that seeks to influence the outcome of the elections by killing as many Americans as they can.

Phyllis Schlafly | October 30, 2006

Because we have to show government-issued ID in order to board a plane, cash a check, enter a federal building, and for many trivial pursuits such as buying alcohol or renting a video, why not make it a requirement in order to verify that you are a legal voter?

James J. Kilpatrick | October 30, 2006

How did "quality" get to be an adjective? In 1936 or thereabouts, the gurus of Merriam-Webster counted their citations and declared that a rite of passage had occurred.

Bill Murchison | October 30, 2006

The so-called "Christian right" is awake and energized. It's going to town on behalf of the same Republicans who, just weeks ago, thanks partly to the capers of Mark Foley, drew looks of dismay.

Doug Wilson | October 30, 2006

Here's my challenge to you: Get active. Get involved. As citizens we must choose to be involved, even if we aren’t entirely happy with the way things are in Washington.

Robert Novak | October 30, 2006

The U.S. State Department had just issued a "Public Announcement" that, in effect, warned Americans not to travel to Nicaragua because of the prospect for "violent demonstrations" and "sporadic acts of violence" leading up to the Nov. 5 presidential election there.

Sun, Oct 29, 2006

Doug Giles | October 29, 2006

As far as I’m concerned, the pastors who will not publicly weigh in on the current insane societal and political issues are about as useful to God as a tuning fork is to Yoko Ono.

Stefania Lapenna | October 29, 2006

Despite the official claims from the communist regime in Cuba that the tyrant Fidel Castro is recovering, and could soon return to power, the reality on the ground is that he has terminal cancer, as a TIME article wrote quoting US intelligence officials, and will never see his throne again.

Paul Jacob | October 29, 2006

Do you believe political ads? I mean, really. Do you?

Debra J. Saunders | October 29, 2006

Sen. Dianne Feinstein told The San Francisco Chronicle editorial board Monday that Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld should resign and that the United States should set a timetable for withdrawing its troops from Iraq.

George Will | October 29, 2006

Unfortunately, the lesson the nation chose to learn from Florida was that American technological wizardry could prevent such highly unusual events, and no expense should be spared to do so. Hence HAVA, which made $3.8 billion available for states to purchase the most modern voting equipment.

Ruben Navarrette Jr., | October 29, 2006

Obama is an appealing politician with big ideas and a knack for seeking consensus. I know he's only just arrived on the national scene, but experience is only one ingredient in the recipe for what makes a good leader.

Jonathan Garthwaite | October 29, 2006

It happens every election cycle without fail. A campaign on one side or the other trots out a starving child, a grieving mother or dying grandmother and exploits the heck out of their personal tragedy in order to elect some smarmy politician who isn’t likely to even give a whoop about them once elected.

Kevin McCullough | October 29, 2006

Despite of all that their angry-mob front groups argue for in front of television cameras to the contrary, radical homosexual activists despise the institution and more importantly the sanctity of marriage. That is also the fundamental reason why they are seeking to destroy the institution.