Dick Morris, the President of Vote.com, was President Clinton's chief strategist and advisor in the 1996 campaign. Dick Morris has handled the campaigns of a large number of American politicians including Trent Lott, William Weld, Pete Wilson and a whole lot of others. Dick Morris is now a commentator on the Fox News Channel and writes a weekly column in the New York Post. Dick Morris has written four recent books: Behind the Oval Office, The New Prince, Vote.com and Power Plays.
Eileen McGann is an attorney and former public interest lobbyist. She serves as the CEO of Vote.com.
President Obama's failure to support America's allies in the Middle East and his dithering endorsement of chaos in the region will send oil and gasoline prices skyrocketing, triggering a massive bout of stagflation.
While the federal Environmental Protection Administration is about to impose regulations and taxes on carbon emissions by executive fiat -- in the name of stopping global climate change -- the United States has already dramatically cut its emissions and probably has already complied with the Kyoto/Copenhagen goals for reduced emissions.
The central question in Obama's bid for a second term is: Will the issues that doomed his party in 2010 still be the key questions in 2012?
Now is the time for the House Republicans to challenge President Obama to cut spending by voting to slash non-defense discretionary spending by the full $100 billion they promised in their 2010 campaign!
I know we predicted Republican Senate control in 2010. But this time -- honest -- we are going to win!
Losing Egypt to the grip of Islamic fundamentalism would be a huge blow to the United States, to Israel and to the entire Western world.
When Obama started to speak about the need to improve education, upgrade our schools and attract quality teachers, an elephant appeared in the living rooms of most Americans who were watching.
When state governments -- facing intractable budget problems -- come to the Republican House asking for more bailout money, most GOP congressmen are determined to speak with one voice and say "no."
Palin needs to rise above the left's attacks. If she is going to run for president, she needs to be presidential.
The House Republicans are pushing to repeal Obamacare. But are conservatives prepared to win the debate?
Facing huge budget difficulties, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie has been showing other states how to survive -- namely, by taking on the government-employee unions.
The conventional wisdom of the media establishment that strident and outspoken political debate catalyzes violence is an absurdity. Telling people to "kill pigs" -- as the '60s radicals did -- in fact, encouraged violence. But vigorous political debate and strongly or even passionately held views have nothing whatever to do with the decision of some nut to kill a congressman or a president.
Every Republican member of Congress should sign the following pledge, being promulgated by Grover Norquist's Americans for Tax Reform.
Every Republican member of Congress should sign the following pledge, being promulgated by Grover Norquist's Americans for Tax Reform....
The pas de deux between the Republican Congress and the Democratic president and Senate can get old pretty quickly.
With the new Republican power in Washington, it is doubly important to keep a close eye on the doings of GOP senators and congressmen to spot those who are straying from orthodoxy, seduced by power and the insider clubiness that characterizes Washington.
Moving to the center is not a two-dimensional process. It has a third dimension -- the difference between strength and weakness.
White House aides are anxious to portray the deal Obama cut with the Republicans over the extension of the George W. Bush tax cuts as a shrewd move to the center. It was nothing of the sort. It was surrender, pure and simple.
Republicans gnashed their teeth in frustration as the national tide of GOP resurgence washed up against the massive Democratic fortresses in Nevada, Washington state, Colorado and California.
As a result of the massive Republican victories last month, Republicans in statehouses all over America have the happy duty of redrawing congressional district lines in time for the 2012 elections based on the 2010 census.