Matt Kibbe

Posted July 20, 2012

Like a child who edges the line to see how many rules he can break, President Obama is testing America’s patience with a pattern of unconstitutional behavior that rivals any other president’s record, trading out America’s founding principles for top-down policies designed to centralize control in the federal government. No wonder Americans are fed up and eager to take back what’s theirs by staging a hostile takeover of Washington.

Posted May 17, 2012

In the wake of Dick Lugar’s loss to Richard Mourdock in last week’s Indiana Republican Senate primary, former Senator Bob Bennett is wondering which party is going to control the Senate this November. According to Mr. Bennett, the Tea Party “gave” three Senate seats to the Democrats in 2010.

Posted June 03, 2011

Medicare, Social Security and Medicaid are the largest and fastest growing part of the federal budget. The U.S. government will never balance the budget without tackling entitlement programs head on.

Posted June 03, 2011

Medicare, Social Security and Medicaid are the largest and fastest growing part of the federal budget. The U.S. government will never balance the budget without tackling entitlement programs head on.

Posted November 04, 2010

America must seek to promote free market environmental solutions that will add jobs to our economy.

Posted September 15, 2010

There's a big difference between free enterprise and crony capitalism. One fosters competition to serve consumer demands but the other feeds off taxpayers and exploits privileged access to Washington's political class for private gain and protection from competitors.

Posted July 24, 2009

Before raising taxes to engineer a government health care take over, Congress would do well to remember President Obama’s own words from last year. On the campaign trail in October, then-Senator Obama criticized his opponent, Sen. John McCain, for allegedly proposing to eliminate the current federal tax exemption on employer-provided health care benefits.

Posted April 29, 2009

Arlen Specter’s announcement this week of his plans to switch to the Democrat side of the aisle is sending shockwaves throughout the country.

Posted January 16, 2008

Early next week, Republicans in Congress face a decision that will say much about the party’s future direction on spending discipline. There there will be a rare open seat on the powerful House Appropriations Committee.

Posted July 10, 2007

This past weekend Gore played host to what Rolling Stone predicted would be “the biggest concert in history,” the multi-city Live Earth. In massive venues across the globe, fans saw top acts spanning the musical spectrum, from the newly reunited Police, to Madonna to Snoop Dogg. One inconvenient truth is that Live Earth was a bit of a flop from a PR perspective.

Posted June 26, 2007

In his new film Sicko, Michael Moore makes it clear that he is a big fan of government-run health care. He may in fact be one of the biggest fans of socialized medicine in America, given his well-documented penchant for donuts and double Quarter-Pounders with cheese.

Posted January 12, 2007

The political pendulum is swinging with full force towards the powerful interests who helped elect the new congressional majority. Those interests favor big government and a command and control economy.

Posted October 13, 2006

Our paralysis on tax and entitlement reforms may instead secure a future of high debt, high taxes, and crippled growth.

Posted August 21, 2006

As Election Day approaches, more Americans are paying attention to the developing Democrat agenda, in hopes that there is a better alternative to Tom DeLay, Jack Abramoff, Duke Cunningham and the seemingly unrestrained growth of government witnessed under recent Republican rule.