If the presidential election hinged on who could best protect us from terrorism, veteran Sen. John McCain would probably defeat freshman Sen. Barack Obama.
The most defining aspect of our daily national life, beyond the inevitable rah-rah of the presidential campaign, has been soaring crude oil prices, the most visible manifestation of which is $4 per gallon-plus prices at the retail gasoline pump.
When it comes to the individual nature of rights, history has long obscured what the founders intended.
I recently sat down with a reporter from the Ukrainian Service of the Voice of America to talk about the impact that lawsuit abuse is having on America’s small businesses.
Alice Walker, best known as the author of the novel The Color Purple, is one of the most renowned feminist authors and activists of her generation. She is also a mother, and that fact brought her public and private lives into direct conflict.
In 1993 Dr. Richard J. Bishirjian visited with me and told of his vision for an internet university which would teach traditional economic and cultural ideas.
Just over a week ago, the Supreme Court struck down a bipartisan agreement governing the treatment of terror suspects held at Guantanamo Bay.
Nationally syndicated host and journalist Hugh Hewitt interviewed John McCain on June 24 as the presumptive nominee for the Republican Party travelled through southern California.
It now has been four years since Dr. William Graham and a distinguished panel completed a study of High Altitude Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP) and its potential effects upon this country.
In a controversial recent piece in the Wall Street Journal Jonathan Rauch hails the benefits of matrimony in terms that most conservatives will enthusiastically endorse.
An acclaimed British author could be charged with committing a hate crime after offering a scathing criticism of Islamic radicalism.
It is hard not to appreciate the rhetorical flourish contained in Senator Obama’s recent critique of the McCain campaign’s ties to lobbying interests, “that lobbyists aren't just part of the system in Washington, they're part of the problem."
Beyond the rhetoric, we really need to understand the real world impact of this ruling on the war we are waging against our enemies.
In an ABC interview on Monday, Sen. Barack Obama urged us to go back to the era of criminal-justice prosecution of terror suspects, citing the successful efforts to imprison those who bombed the World Trade Center in 1993.
A liberal Hollywood group is pledging its support for like-minded candidates.
With the price of gas well over $4 a gallon nationwide, with no end to the high prices in sight, what is Congress doing?
You probably read it in the paper or heard it on the news - the first American baby boomer applied for Social Security last fall; some have said it is the start of the "silver tsunami."
The postmortems are rolling in to explain the long-drawn-out and spectacular failure of Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton's once-promising presidential campaign.
When I heard that a major part of Barack Obama’s resume included a stint as a “community organizer,” I asked myself what the term meant.
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