Politicians tailor their messages to different audiences. Facing New Hampshire's primary, Ted Cruz talked more about "free-market principles" and a "commitment to the Constitution" and said "no one personality can right the wrongs done by Washington." Politico ran the headline "Ted Cruz, born-again libertarian."
After the Iowa caucus results, it looks like Hillary Clinton vs. Marco Rubio in November!
Cars run on fuel. Politicians run on votes, and they'll do almost anything to get them. That includes supporting mandates that force us to use ethanol, a fuel made from corn that Iowa farmers grow.
Hillary Clinton: "Of course we want to raise the minimum wage!"
In the commercial that President Obama released prior to his final State of the Union address, Obama said he would tell Congress how "optimistic" he is about America's future.
Want to know who the next president will be?
Terrorism! Crime! Deadly storms! Hillary Clinton!
When driving on treacherous roads, guardrails are useful. If you fall asleep or maybe you're just a bad driver, guardrails may prevent you from going off a cliff.
I wish I were as confident as many politicians and news commentators. They know what America should do about ISIS and terrorism.
What should we do about terrorism?
This week my TV show is on gun control. I interviewed activist Leah Barrett, who wants stricter gun laws.
What might have happened if a few of the 1,500 concert attendees in Paris' Bataclan theater had guns? The terrorists had time to kill, reload and kill again.
After a terrorist attack, it's natural to ask: What can politicians do to keep us safe? One thing they could do is actually focus on keeping us safe rather than devoting so much time, energy and hot air to the many things government does instead of protecting lives and property.
Sometimes I like Donald Trump.
We love to complain about elites, people who seem to have a special advantage, privileges in life. I get annoyed by the Kardashians and other spoiled rich kids. They didn't work for their wealth. They don't contribute.
This Halloween, what do you fear? I fear fear itself because when we are afraid, we willingly give away our freedoms.
In a democracy, citizens must be able to criticize their leaders. It's a reason America's founders put free speech in the Bill of Rights. I assumed that right is safe in the United States. So I was shocked to learn what happened in Wisconsin.
A plurality of Americans now support laws against "hate speech."
North Korea is called the "worst place on earth" for good reason.
Bill Clinton says Hillary is a victim of a right-wing conspiracy.