Matt Towery

Posted September 03, 2015

What would likely win the Republicans the presidency in 2016 would be a surge of voters who view the current ruling class -- be that a Republican Congress or the Obama presidency -- as out of touch and ineffective.

Posted August 27, 2015

It's not just the stock market that is having trouble these days. In reality, everywhere you look there are just plain wacky things going on that somehow much of the media and political "intelligentsia" have failed to report or acknowledge.

Posted August 20, 2015

Just eight years ago we were watching candidates for the GOP and Democratic nominations for president start their first series of debates. In their last major televised contest before the Iowa caucus, Republicans, in Tampa, Florida, debated obvious topics, such as Iraq and social issues. The housing crash, which was already taking place, was hardly mentioned.

Posted August 13, 2015

In what will go down as one of the most interesting and entertaining political debates in modern times, Donald Trump put on a show to rival anything on TV. The Fox News debate in Cleveland was sharp, edgy, well paced and tough.

Posted August 06, 2015

This week marks the 70th anniversary of the United States military dropping atom bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Japan, in World War II. And many Americans this year are paying more attention to this solemn occasion than they have in the past.

Posted July 30, 2015

In December 2014 I wrote in this very column, "The elite media will scoff at a potential Donald Trump candidacy for president ... And as usual they will be wrong." I haven't changed my mind.

Posted July 24, 2015

Rudy Giuliani picked the wrong year to run for president. The man who as mayor cleaned up the streets of New York in a professional but tough manner might be the role model for winning the GOP nomination in 2016.

Posted July 17, 2015

The tragedy of Thursday's attacks on two military facilities in Chattanooga, Tennessee, is simply too much to take.

Posted July 09, 2015

It's been in vogue in past weeks, in the aftermath of the tragedy in South Carolina, to attack the Southern states and its citizens.

Posted July 02, 2015

We have a royal class in America. They are those who trot around as if they were billionaires, with security, administrative staffs, special meals, wonderful trips -- and unspoken disdain for the rest of us.

Posted June 25, 2015

This is not the first time I've opined on the Confederate flag issue. But hopefully it is the last.

Posted June 18, 2015

In 2015, one Donald Trump is running for president. Most media commentators view him as a sideshow who has no chance. For Trump, it's about getting into the thick of the battle first, before he can think about winning it. So here's some advice to Trump and his talented team.

Posted June 11, 2015

Vice President Biden, I am considered a conservative columnist, and to most of your admirers I am thus "the enemy."

Posted June 04, 2015

It's not a major news story...yet. But trust me, the Democrats and the Federal Communications Commission that they control are ready to guarantee a defeat for Republicans in close U.S. Senate races in 2016 and in the battle for the White House.

Posted May 28, 2015

That's the real message, isn't it?

Posted May 13, 2015

In recent presidential primary cycles, the influence of Southern states -- with the exception of Florida, whose "Southern status" is perhaps more locational than anything else -- has been minimal.

Posted May 07, 2015

It's interesting and important to note that former Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan's comment about a stock market potentially built upon "irrational exuberance" did not coincide with a drop in the markets.

Posted April 30, 2015

The late soul singer James Brown used to call himself the hardest-working man in showbiz. Now another Georgian, a U.S. senator, is proving to be the hardest-working man in his line of work.

Posted April 23, 2015

Every week I read stories about how the stock market is going to crash and our economy will soon melt down in a more dramatic manner than it did in late 2007. I generally dismiss these as just one person's opinion, backed up by convoluted assumptions.

Posted April 16, 2015

The "new" Hillary Clinton, branded "Hillary 2.0" by some political pundits, seems at first blush the same Hillary Clinton of Bill Clinton's presidency and of her unsuccessful 2008 presidential bid. But conservatives who bemoan the years of Barack Obama must carefully consider how they approach Ms. Clinton in 2016.



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