When governors are being arrested and the economy is in the tank, we tend to forget that this is a great nation made up of the greatest people in the world.
In Tempe, Arizona, a beautiful young high school band member was killed by a drunk driving illegal immigrant
I want you to meet a priest from Greenville, South Carolina named Rev. Jay Scott Newman.
Just how strange has this week been?
On Tuesday, this prolonged, tedious, volatile, bitter, complicated, controversy-filled election season will finally be over.
The headline on the front page of most of America’s newspapers this week screamed the latest Republican “scandal”: $150,000 spent on Gov. Sarah Palin’s wardrobe!”
I understand what it means to fight hard, but fight fair. After a lifetime of making my living offering opinions on the radio, I try and follow that philosophy each and every day.
Salem radio talk show host Mike Gallagher interviewed Republican vice presidential nominee and Alaska Governor Sarah Palin today on “The Mike Gallagher Show.”
It’s an honor and a privilege to welcome to our show U.S. Senator and Republican Presidential Candidate, a man I hope we can call President Elect in a couple of months, John McCain joins us here on the Mike Gallagher Show, Senator McCain how are you sir?
Sitting here watching Sarah Palin debate Joe Biden, the words of columnist Kathleen Parker are ringing in my ears: "(Palin) can't string two sentences together."
The Democrats sure have been busy this week. They have now dropped any pretense of civility or decency in this remarkable 2008 election season.
Those who choose to forget history are doomed to repeat it.
After a week in Denver surrounded by Democrats, it sure is fun to be back with Republicans again.
Doing a radio show from a political convention's "radio row" is always an amazing experience.
Now begins the serious process of getting down to business and keeping the country out of the hands of radicals.
My wife used to say that I'm like a dog with a bone, I just won't let certain things go.
The failure to readily identify the battle between good and evil is a nagging, ongoing, dangerous pattern that shows no sign of easing up any time soon.
Sen. McCain isn't someone who strikes you as a particularly dynamic speaker. He doesn't seem to like the formality of giving speeches.
One day, I'll understand all of this.
Is it possible that Jesse Jackson is such a media tramp that he'd actually fabricate a situation like this?