Guy Benson

Posted October 07, 2010

Who was our last moustached President? John Bolton is quick to recall William Howard Taft. Bolton is also hinting that he is considering trying to be our next moustached President.

Posted October 05, 2010

Ryan Frazier's goal is to focus on issues, work hard to introduce himself to voters, and to defeat incumbent Democrat Ed Perlmutter.

Posted October 01, 2010

Let's analyze the midterm election landscape within college football’s Big Ten conference—a region that may hold the key to potential Republican takeovers of the houses of Congress. Yesterday, we covered Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, and Michigan.

Posted September 30, 2010

Will Republicans win back the House? What are the odds the Senate changes hands? Could Democrats squander their advantage in governorships? These questions are of utmost importance in Big Ten country.

Posted September 23, 2010

Author and columnist David Limbaugh’s latest offering Crimes Against Liberty: An Indictment of President Barack Obama offers a comprehensive and damning critique of the Obama Administration’s ongoing Left-wing romp through American politics.

Posted September 15, 2010

Senate Democrats on Tuesday defeated an amendment offered by Sen. Mike Johanns (R-Neb.) that would have rescinded a provision of the recently-passed health care legislation that will cripple American businesses and stifle job growth.

Posted September 12, 2010

Nine years after the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, thousands of Americans gathered near Ground Zero in downtown Manhattan on Saturday, raising their voices in protest against a proposed Islamic Mosque and community center just blocks from where the World Trade Center towers fell.

Posted September 10, 2010

When members of Congress returned to Washington after a turbulent summer recess last year, Americans from across the country decided to join them.

Posted September 10, 2010

Young voter trends have fascinated me ever since the Obama-McCain bloodbath of 2008.

Posted September 09, 2010

During an especially venomous debate exchange last week, Sen. Barbara Boxer launched a blistering personal attack against her Republican opponent, former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina.

Posted December 22, 2009

Nearly one year ago, Eric Holder swore an oath to defend the Constitution in carrying out his duties as the nation’s 82nd Attorney General. As the top law enforcement officer in the land, his charge is to mete out a brand of justice that is both rooted in the rule of law and thoroughly scrubbed of political influence.

Posted October 01, 2009

How would I explain the Polanski “controversy” to an innocent young person who might be confused why anyone would be defending Polanski—let alone Hollywood celebrities and foreign dignitaries? This is my imperfect attempt.

Posted August 25, 2009

How did thousands of Americans, who had never contacted the White House previously, receive unsolicited political emails authored by top administration strategist David Axelrod?

Posted July 23, 2009

Put simply, Hizb ut-Tahrir serves as an ideological incubator that radicalizes Muslims, some of whom go on to join Al Qaeda and other terrorist groups.

Posted June 24, 2009

There’s never been a better time to be an enemy of the United States of America.

Posted May 15, 2009

Poor Nancy Pelosi. For more than two years, our beloved House Speaker has been fighting for the public interest, toiling to restore “integrity and civility” to the Capitol’s lower chamber, and striving to shape the most ethical Congress in world history.

Posted April 17, 2009

Having pronounced herself proud of her country for the first time in decades at several campaign rallies, Michelle Obama (now with fabulous new eyebrows!) explained her surge of patriotic zeal.

Posted March 15, 2009

With a great deal of fanfare, President Obama signed an executive order on stem cell research last week. The most controversial element of his new directive is a short, harmless-looking clause that you probably haven’t heard about.

Posted February 12, 2009

Throughout the Bush years, particularly in the wake of Iraq's liberation, liberals from coast to coast grew increasingly paranoid about patriotism.