Sat, Mar 03, 2007

Doug Giles | March 03, 2007

One thing you young ladies could do is take responsibility and climb out of that toilet you’ve gotten yourself into, and muy pronto.

Mary Katharine Ham | March 03, 2007

I just got back from CPAC. During these three days--just a little less than two years out of a presidential election-- prognosticators, pundits, and plain old people have been wandering the exhibit hall, rapt at speeches, and wrangling public opinion to try to glean some clue as to whom conservatives might throw their weight in the 2008 primary season.

Patrick Ruffini | March 03, 2007

What does it take to win the White House? Books like The Keys to the White House have tried to answer this question since time immemorial, this one spelling out thirteen (count 'em, thirteen) keys to winning the Oval Office.

Dean Barnett | March 03, 2007

On Thursday, the king of the blogopshere Glenn Reynolds asked, “Is it my imagination, or is John McCain’s campaign unraveling all of a sudden?” In fairness to Glenn, the unraveling of the McCain campaign has been a painstaking process that’s been ongoing for over six years.

Tom Borelli | March 03, 2007

Karl Marx once remarked, "The last capitalist we hang shall be the one who sold us the rope." However, Marx had no idea the rope would be corporate social responsibility (CSR) and not greed.

Fri, Mar 02, 2007

Roger Schlesinger | March 02, 2007

Golf is easy if you follow three simple rules. Life is easier if you take those rules and apply them to the important things.

Rich Lowry | March 02, 2007

Behold, the self-styled friends of American labor. They are now trying to relieve the American worker of what they consider the unreasonable burden of the secret ballot, which is only one of the cardinal principles of free and fair elections.

Janice Shaw Crouse | March 02, 2007

Let’s briefly review two contradictory United Nations (U.N.) talking points.

Rich Galen | March 02, 2007

When you think about it, six of the eight top candidates for their party's nomination for President are easily identified by their first names: Hillary, Barak, Al, Rudy, Newt, and Mitt.

Michael Franc | March 02, 2007

"Welfare," it has been said, "is mistrusted by those who pay for it and held in contempt by those who receive it." This may be true for those who deplore the loss of dignity and the self-destructive behavior that accompanies welfare dependency.

Ed Feulner | March 02, 2007

In any policy battle, it helps to have allies. So it's good that AARP seems finally ready to help press for reform of entitlements such as Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid.

Diana West | March 02, 2007

Maybe it's impossible to feel nostalgia for what has never been, but that doesn't mean I don't find myself wishfully thinking about the Kerry administration that never was.

The Washington Post reports that Obama has gone from an anemic 17 percent of the vote among Democratic primary electorate to a more robust 24 percent, while the former First Lady dropped from 41 percent to 36 percent. (Edwards, going no place fast, was mired at 14 percent in third place). So the Post has Hillary's lead cut in half from 24 percent to 12 percent.

Paul Kengor | March 02, 2007

A central factor in how Ronald Reagan won the Cold War, and did so with greater support along the way than the current president, was his ability to find means to undermine the enemy without losing thousands of American lives. An intriguing example, one that has eluded history, is the Farewell Dossier.

Matt Barber | March 02, 2007

Although it’s a sound concept in terms of fundraising techniques, Planned Parenthood’s latest scheme to profit off the backs of young, impressionable women by sacrificing their children to the god of convenience reminds us once again that it’s not so much about a woman’s sacred “right to choose” as it is about the abortion industry’s unholy “rite to schmooze.”

Jeff Emanuel | March 02, 2007

“Academic freedom” has been a growing buzzword in recent years for conservatives paying attention to the goings-on at America’s college campuses.

Victor Davis Hanson | March 02, 2007

Given all of this country's past wars involving intelligence failures, tactical and strategic blunders, congressional fights and popular anger at the president, Iraq and the rising furor over it are hardly unusual.

Brent Bozell | March 02, 2007

The controversy over the show's graphic scenes pits the hardcore action fans against the child protectors.

David Limbaugh | March 02, 2007

No one should have to suffer the indignity of a moral lecture from Sen. John Kerry as did fellow Missourian Sam Fox at hearings before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee on his nomination for Belgium ambassador.

Mona Charen | March 02, 2007

The U.S. Department of State recently released a report on human trafficking. "As unimaginable as it seems," begins the report, "slavery and bondage still persist in the early 21st century.

Oliver North | March 02, 2007

Thanks to the masters of the media, Americans know more about how Anna Nicole Smith died than they do about terrorists dying to kill the rest of us.

Pat Buchanan | March 02, 2007

Six years after Donald Rumsfeld agreed to a second tour of duty as secretary of defense, to rebuild the military, Chief of Staff Peter Schoomaker told Congress his Army "will break" if not relieved of the present burdens.

Paul Greenberg | March 02, 2007

The other day I picked up my favorite little magazine, The New Criterion, and was delighted to spot the name of Anthony Daniels, aka Theodore Dalrymple, in the table of contents.

Kathleen Parker | March 02, 2007

This Sunday, as politicians and civil rights activists commemorate ``Bloody Sunday,'' Selma, Alabama, once again becomes home to a perhaps historic shift in America's racial evolution.

Rich Tucker | March 02, 2007

Listeners don’t need the government or so-called “consumer advocates” to protect us. We need them to get out of our way and allow a business to operate. It’s time for consumers to tell Washington to “just go away.”

Rebecca Hagelin | March 02, 2007

Professional athletes taking steroids. Corporate bigwigs cooking the books. College students cheating on exams. Parents going ballistic at kids’ sporting events. Politicians resorting to dirty tricks. What do they all have in common?

Linda Chavez | March 02, 2007

The Clintons have always behaved like the rules that governed everyone else didn't apply to them.

John Hawkins | March 02, 2007

Most liberals in this country tend to treat Christians one of two ways: either with open, sniggering contempt or if they think they need their votes, they tend to switch over to hamhanded and grotesque pandering.

Thomas Sowell | March 02, 2007

One of the sad aspects of studying history is discovering how often petty considerations influenced the direction of momentous events. That is one of the painful aspects of reading about the Supreme Court in "Supreme Conflict" by Jan Crawford Greenburg.

Burt Prelutsky | March 02, 2007

The only awards show I ever watch is Hollywood’s annual ego fest, the bestowing of the Oscars. For one thing, the shows are always funny even if the jokes aren’t. For another, I always bet on the results with my wife, and I always win, even though she sees four or five times as many movies as I do.

Debra J. Saunders | March 02, 2007

What people in the news business want to know is: How did the "Why I hate blacks" column by Kenneth Eng that ran in AsianWeek on Feb. 23 ever make it by the paper's editors?

Bill Steigerwald | March 02, 2007

It's no surprise that conservative author Dinesh D'Souza is receiving criticism from the liberal left for his new book, "The Enemy at Home: The Cultural Left and Its Responsibility for 9/11."

Alan Reynolds | March 02, 2007

The market's drop of about 3 percent on Tuesday was comparatively trivial and brief, yet it too provoked some overwrought reactions from the press, and from perpetual bears.

Charles Krauthammer | March 02, 2007

You might not have noticed, but we broke another space record last month when astronaut Michael Lopez-Alegria logged 67 hours of spacewalking.

Mike Adams | March 01, 2007

One could almost understand his initial reluctance to answer questions about his connection to the Jihadist website known as “Global War.” After all, the initial accusations that he gives comfort and aid to our enemies were all made by people who write while wearing their pajamas.

Ken Blackwell | March 01, 2007

In movie theaters across the nation, audiences are being treated to the extraordinary story of William Wilberforce's impactful life.

David Strom | March 01, 2007

Today we are witnessing the rise of a new version of the same old collectivist ideal; instead of the State or Humanity being elevated above individualism, it’s an idealized version of the environment or the “Earth.”

Michael Reagan | March 01, 2007

This whole thing with global warming and its leading apostle Al Gore is just more of the political left’s habit of talking the talk but never walking the walk.

Ross Mackenzie | March 01, 2007

A panel of the Circuit Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia has provided good news for the good guys in the War on Terror. It has found that military tribunals are just fine for terrorist combatants held abroad in time of war. They do not have rights of access to U.S. civilian courts.

Betsy Hart | March 01, 2007

I never get to see new movies, unless they are kids' fare. Four of them, one of me, do the math. I rent "my" movies, which at my pace means I'll be seeing "The English Patient" around February of next year.

William Perry Pendley | March 01, 2007

On March 19, 2007, the U.S. Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in Wilkie v. Robbins, a case from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit in Denver, Colorado, regarding whether federal bureaucrats are liable for violating a citizen’s constitutional rights.

Chuck Colson | March 01, 2007

Director James Cameron’s follow-up to his Oscar-winning Titanic was a documentary about the wreckage of the doomed ship. The film contained so many shots of Cameron in a deep-sea submersible that one critic named him “Captain Nemo.”

Hugh Hewitt | March 01, 2007

A commitment to victory in the war is by far the most important issue, but seriousness about who goes to the Supreme Court is the second most crucial issue, and all the rest are distant.

Nineteen states or more, with half of America’s population, are moving to hold their presidential nominating primaries on Feb. 5, 2008, a mere three weeks after the Iowa caucuses and two weeks after the New Hampshire primary. In effect, we will now have a national primary and the presidential nominating season will last only three weeks from start to finish.

Lorie Byrd | March 01, 2007

Along with a Sunday night Oscar win and accompanying praise for his work on the issue of global warming, Al Gore received a heaping serving of criticism this week for his personal energy consumption.

Thomas Sowell | March 01, 2007

While there is a tendency to label judges "liberal" or "conservative" -- and the labels may fit, even if somewhat loosely -- the real puzzle are judges who start out one way and move the other way over time.

Larry Elder | March 01, 2007

Dear Larry, I am a vote everyone wants, because I am on the fence. I would not ever declare myself as Democrat, Republican, conservative or liberal. I am an American looking for leadership.

Cal Thomas | March 01, 2007

In the words of Hollywood mogul David Geffen, "Everybody in politics lies" But when some politicians tell lies that damage a person's character in the eyes of voters and ultimately lead to his defeat, those are damnable lies that need to be corrected.

Suzanne Fields | March 01, 2007

The early rounds of presidential boxing matches for the Democratic nomination are more for entertainment than politics.

Donald Lambro | March 01, 2007

Things are not turning out the way Democrats had hoped last November when they took control of Congress, promising to change the way things are done in Washington.

Robert Novak | March 01, 2007

New York-based political consultant Kieran Mahoney's statewide survey of probable Republican participants in the 2008 Iowa presidential caucuses shows this support for the "big three" GOP candidates: John McCain, 20.5 percent; Rudy Giuliani, 16.3 percent; Mitt Romney, 3.5 percent. Astonishingly, they all trail James Gilmore, the former governor of Virginia, with 31 percent.

William Rusher | March 01, 2007

It is said that if enough monkeys were set to work poking randomly at enough typewriter keys, one of them, on the sheer law of averages, would sooner or later write "Hamlet."

Paul Weyrich | March 01, 2007

The Jet Blue CEO, in addition to accepting responsibility and issuing five days of apologies, has now come out with a bill of rights. Passengers if delayed so many hours are entitled to compensation.

Emmett Tyrrell | March 01, 2007

What was it that their former friend, David Geffen, recently said of them? Did he say they lied with "such ease" it was "troubling"?

Michael Fumento | March 01, 2007

It was one bullet point, just two sentences in the Democrats' 31-page "New Direction for America" document released last June: In order to "Defeat terrorists and stop the spread of weapons of mass destruction, we will . . . . Double the size of our Special Forces"

Cliff May | March 01, 2007

How curious that at the Academy Awards ceremony last weekend not a word was said about the terrorist movements dedicated to the destruction of the West.

Matt Towery | March 01, 2007

Being the cocky legislator I was, I fooled myself into believing that some vague language in the bill would prevent such a miscarriage of justice.

Steve Chapman | March 01, 2007

The government cannot tell you what to say, and it cannot tell you what not to say. That is your own business, and if you conduct it in a way the government dislikes, the government can go climb a skinny pole. Unless by "government" you mean the Federal Communications Commission

Marvin Olasky | March 01, 2007

In a hundred years historians may know whether our soldiers died in vain, but in a hundred days we'll have a sense of whether we're going in the right direction. Be wary of politicians and pundits who speak with certainty now.

Wed, Feb 28, 2007

Ann Coulter | February 28, 2007

Even right-wingers who know that "global warming" is a crock do not seem to grasp what the tree-huggers are demanding. Liberals want mass starvation and human devastation.

John Fund | February 28, 2007

Hollywood mogul David Geffen, a supporter of Barack Obama, knew he was setting the Democratic nomination contest ablaze when, in an interview with Maureen Dowd of the New York Times, he characterized his once-close friends Bill and Hillary Clinton as liars. For good measure he added that the former president was "reckless" and can't be expected to change his behavior while the New York senator has been overprogrammed by advisers "who are covering every base."

Michael Johnson | February 28, 2007

Suppose your child’s school announces a Christmas celebration – and your child, while subscribing to your atheistic beliefs, decides to participate. So he goes, dressed as Santa Claus.

Janice Shaw Crouse | February 28, 2007

As if we didn’t have enough trouble already at the United Nations (U.N.) from feminists pushing a radical agenda on the world, they are now trying to "reform" the whole "gender architecture" of the U.N.

Maggie Gallagher | February 28, 2007

Oh goody, another lovely round of that increasingly popular parlor game, "Science Says." And just in time for Lent!

William F. Buckley | February 28, 2007

Newspapers are carrying lead stories on the inchoate schism between the Episcopalians and the rest of the Anglican Communion.

Michael McBride | February 28, 2007

I am through. After this semester, I am pulling my daughter from public school. I won’t be enrolling her in private school either.

Dick Morris and Eileen McGann | February 28, 2007

The John McCain candidacy, launched amid much hope, fanfare, and high expectations, may be dying before our eyes. Even worse, it may go out with a whimper instead of a bang.

Walter E. Williams | February 28, 2007

Does democracy really deserve the praise it receives? According to Webster's Dictionary, democracy is defined as "government by the people; especially: rule of the majority."

Brent Bozell | February 28, 2007

The Discovery Channel is hyping to the heavens its new documentary on "The Lost Tomb of Jesus."

Terry Jeffrey | February 28, 2007

Reynolds turned on his siren, pulled onto the highway and tried to get Harris to pull over. Harris did not.

Paul Greenberg | February 28, 2007

The news last Friday out of a federal district court in Little Rock, Ark., may have marked the end of the oldest established permanent floating school desegregation case in the United States.

Jacob Sullum | February 28, 2007

Several California newspapers recently carried a story about "nanny government" measures in the state legislature that "irk Republicans," including bills that would forbid smoking on state beaches, ban trans fats in restaurant food and require calorie counts on menu boards.

Kathleen Parker | February 28, 2007

When it comes to figuring out what's gone wrong with our culture, we can usually rely on the American Psychological Association (APA) to catch on last.

Henry Edmondson | February 28, 2007

As kids we used to play "52 Card Pick-Up." It starts by asking an unsuspecting friend, "Do you want to play 52 Card Pickup?!" "Well, I’ve never played before, but sure," he says.

Ben Shapiro | February 28, 2007

I am a long-time subscriber to Sports Illustrated. I realize the magazine leans left politically; Rick Reilly's liberalism is about as subtle as a brick through a plate-glass window.

John Stossel | February 28, 2007

The news media love this kind of story. They repeatedly invite Barbara Loe Fisher, who heads the Vaccine "Information" Center, to tell parents about vaccine risks.

Michael Medved | February 28, 2007

The left’s fiery obsession with removing Ten Commandments monuments from public property throughout the United States may seem odd and irrational but actually reflects the deepest values of contemporary liberalism.

Tony Blankley | February 28, 2007

One of the other imponderable challenges to both fresh faces and well-known veteran candidates is how to manage the life expectancy of clever phrases and slogans and even of endearing personality quirks and styles of speech or manner.

Thomas Sowell | February 28, 2007

It is understandable that liberal Democratic presidents, beginning with Franklin D. Roosevelt, loaded the Supreme Court with liberal, Democratic justices.

Michelle Malkin | February 28, 2007

How many times have you sat in front of the television over the last four years, watching anti-war activists march on Washington, chase the ROTC off your local college campus, vandalize war memorials, insult the troops and wreak havoc under the surrender banner?

Mike Adams | February 28, 2007

Yesterday afternoon, I logged on to the "Global War" blog of Associate Professor Julio Pino – a Muslim convert who teaches at Kent State University.

Austin Bay | February 28, 2007

This past Monday, Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki's cabinet finally agreed to a reformed "oil law." The cabinet will forward the legislative package to the Iraqi parliament for action later this spring.

Tue, Feb 27, 2007

Roger Schlesinger | February 27, 2007

The thing we all look forward to with diminishing enthusiasm is getting older. When we are young, birthdays are exciting and newsworthy.

Debra J. Saunders | February 27, 2007

Josh Wolf, the blogger who has spent some six months in prison for refusing to hand over a video he took of a violent July 8, 2005, protest in the Mission District of San Francisco to a federal grand jury, is not a journalist.

Rich Lowry | February 27, 2007

Distasteful though it might be, Democrats would be well-advised to revisit Bill Clinton's personal scandals from the 1990s, not for what they say about Bill (we already know all that), but for what they say about the political character of Hillary.

Douglas MacKinnon | February 27, 2007

With each passing day, I’m finding it more and more plausible to believe that Al Qaeda or its imitators, will inflict catastrophic and lasting damage upon our republic. The evidence is everywhere, but most of us choose to ignore that which enables the evil intent on killing us all.

Cal Thomas | February 27, 2007

Former President Bill Clinton is one of a kind, but we knew that already. No president before him has managed to cash in from his time in office with such shameless abandon.

Dennis Prager | February 27, 2007

What do Karl Marx, Leon Trotsky, Noam Chomsky and George Soros have in common?

Kathryn Lopez | February 27, 2007

"My hero Ronald Reagan ..." were the very first words of a recent fund-raising pitch e-mail from former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani.

Paul Greenberg | February 27, 2007

There's something familiar about this endless national debate and general tantrum over illegal immigration.

Paul Greenberg | February 27, 2007

It was just like old times, specifically the Cold War, There was a Russian leader lambasting American imperialism.

Phyllis Schlafly | February 27, 2007

Feminists have cooked up a new plan to raid the U.S. Treasury for more feminist pork. They want Congress to pass the International Violence Against Women Act.

Bill Murchison | February 27, 2007

The media, which had covered civil rights and feminism with sympathy, found gay rights at least as engaging a matter, and as central to modern notions of liberation. If you opposed gay rights -- so the manufactured mythology went -- you probably hated gays.

George Will | February 27, 2007

Good for Adrienne Eaton of Rutgers University's Labor Studies & Employment Relations Department. Her forthright description of a central issue in the debate about the Employee Free Choice Act, which she supports, clarifies why that legislation is symptomatic of a disagreeable tendency in today's politics.

Lynn O'Shaughnessy | February 27, 2007

In so many ways, the Individual Retirement Account is exquisitely simple. If you can recite your ABC's without hesitating, or even if you can unfold a napkin, you have enough intellectual firepower to open an IRA.

Chuck Colson | February 27, 2007

Isabella Miller-Jenkins is only four years old, but she is at the center of one of the most important legal battles of our time. A judge will soon decide whether a woman with no biological or adoptive ties to Isabella can legally be declared her mother.

David Limbaugh | February 27, 2007

For liberals like Washington Post columnist E.J. Dionne, it is far worse for Vice President Dick Cheney to accuse congressional Democrats of playing into Al Qaeda's hands on Iraq than for Democrats actually to play into Al Qaeda's hands on Iraq.

Janice Shaw Crouse | February 27, 2007

The dangers to girls from the worst of American culture can be just as destructive as the cultural practices that are recognized around the world as harmful to girls and women.

Thomas Sowell | February 27, 2007

The late Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan said that you are entitled to your own opinion but not to your own facts. However, many on the political left act as if they are entitled to their own facts -- and especially the "fact" that those who oppose their ideas are either intellectually or morally inferior.

Pat Buchanan | February 27, 2007

To the devout libertarian, free trade is not a policy option to be debated, but a dogma to be defended. Nowhere is this more true than at that lamasery of libertarianism, the Cato Institute.

Bruce Bartlett | February 27, 2007

Although we are two years away from the first ballot being cast in the 2008 presidential election and don't even know who the candidates will be, we already know a great deal about how the race will turn out.

Mon, Feb 26, 2007

Dick Morris and Eileen McGann | February 26, 2007

With polls showing Barack Obama winning less than half of the African-American vote in trial matchups with Hillary Clinton and John Edwards, the question is: Can the Illinois senator start pulling the kind of black support he needs in order to win?

John Kline | February 26, 2007

The right to a secret ballot is the cornerstone of our democracy. For centuries, Americans – regardless of their race, creed, or gender – have fought for the right to vote…and the right to keep that vote to themselves.

Frank Gaffney | February 26, 2007

With Al Gore winning an Oscar for propagandizing about an admittedly somewhat hyped threat of global warming, the convergence of Hollywood with public policy is indisputable. It seems appropriate, therefore, to use an old Tinsel Town marketing line to herald the advent of a portentous strategic development: "They’re Baaack!"

Herman Cain | February 26, 2007

Since the race for the 2008 Democratic presidential nomination began, roughly, on Inauguration Day 2005, it is not too early to speculate on who might be the leading candidates for the eventual nominees’ vice presidential pick.

Steve Chapman | February 26, 2007

The end of another winter is approaching, which in my view offers many reasons for joy but one for regret. It is a reminder that despite the opportunity presented every year, I have yet to solve the perennial problem of the hat.

Mike Adams | February 26, 2007

After my first “Colleges to Attend” column, scores of readers wrote asking whether I would soon recommend a public university with significantly lower tuition than Pepperdine.

Armstrong Williams | February 26, 2007

Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice recently held the first of several three-way talks among the United States, Israeli and Palestinian leaders.

Michael Barone | February 26, 2007

Presidential candidates have the opportunity to set the national agenda by bringing forward new proposals and innovative policies.

Brent Bozell | February 26, 2007

In her book reflecting on Pope John Paul the Great, Peggy Noonan told of her parents coming of age in a time when they didn't absorb religious art, but rather celluloid images of movie stars.

Suzanne Fields | February 26, 2007

The playful poet Leland Waldrip captures the nostalgic significance of Sandra Dee, the poster girl for the grandparents of the Britney Spears generation. Britney was a Mouseketeer; Sandra played Gidget.

Donald Lambro | February 26, 2007

The winner of the Republican presidential nomination will probably be the candidate who most embodies the core principles and beliefs of Ronald Reagan.

Robert Novak | February 26, 2007

Democratic senators this week will face trouble trying to cleanse themselves of the stain left by voting for President Bush's Iraq war resolution.

Burt Prelutsky | February 26, 2007

I happen to like George W. Bush. I think he’s the sort of guy I’d like to hang out with. In that regard, he seems a lot like Rudy Giuliani, another regular Joe who knows his baseball, and totally unlike an old sot like Ted Kennedy, an effete snob like John Kerry, a fish wife like Hillary Clinton or a one-note gas bag like Al Gore.

Janice Shaw Crouse | February 26, 2007

Hundreds of women arrived in New York over the weekend to attend the United Nations’ fifty-first session of the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW) –– an annual event that draws delegates and representatives of Non-Governmental Organizations (NGO) from around the world.

Star Parker | February 26, 2007

The current controversy surrounding state initiatives to mandate vaccination of preteen girls with the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine sheds light on what is wrong with our health-care system.

Harry R. Jackson, Jr. | February 26, 2007

For over thirty years, evangelical leaders have worked tirelessly to mobilize their followers.

W. Thomas Smith, Jr | February 26, 2007

We’ve seen it countless times: The stirring photograph snapped 62-years-ago of five U.S. Marines and one Navy Corpsman raising the second (larger than the first) American flag atop Mount Suribachi on the Japanese-held island of Iwo Jima.

Dinesh D'Souza | February 26, 2007

While the cultural left fully exploited the Abu Ghraib scandal, using it to attack the policies of the Bush administration, conservatives did their best to minimize the significance of what happened there.

Sun, Feb 25, 2007

Mary Grabar | February 25, 2007

Jonathan Garthwaite | February 25, 2007

What Townhall.com readers were talking about during the week that was -- Feb 18-24, 2007

George Will | February 25, 2007

On March 9, 1945, 346 B-29s left the Marianas, bound for Tokyo, where they dropped 1,858 tons of incendiaries that destroyed one-sixth of Japan's capital, killing 83,000.

Frank Pastore | February 25, 2007

See how many of these position statements listed below representative of the religious Left that you agree with.

Paul Jacob | February 25, 2007

The presidents are like a box of chocolates -- you never know what you're gonna get.

Kevin McCullough | February 25, 2007

Despite the fact that some in both parties strongly disagree, I believe the twenty-one month campaign cycle needs to become the norm, not the exception, and that in doing so we might actually get to shape elections that truly matter.