Paul Weyrich

Posted September 06, 2008

Certainly arguments can be raised that no criminal or mentally unbalanced individual should have access to guns.

Posted September 05, 2008

One of the arguments which opponents of school choice always make is that it would adversely affect the public school system.

Posted September 02, 2008

A regular reader of this column, Peter Farmer, sent me an e-mail with what he said was a small criticism of my piece on Michael Phelps.

Posted September 01, 2008

Pity poor Minnesota Governor Timothy J. (Tim) Pawlenty. He supposedly was on Senator John S. McCain's short list for Vice President.

Posted August 28, 2008

At last, after a build-up reminiscent of the Super Bowl, Senator Barack H. Obama has chosen his Vice Presidential nominee.

Posted August 27, 2008

Posted August 25, 2008

Is patriotism a thing of the past or is it still kosher to take pride in America? That question was put to basketball great Kobe Bryant at the Summer Olympics in Beijing, China.

Posted August 20, 2008

Every generation needs heroes. Young people especially need role models. How blessed we are that the role model of these Summer Olympics is Michael Phelps.

Posted August 20, 2008

Surveying the wreckage in Georgia where more than 100,000 people are without homes, running water and food, the question remains: what could have been done to divert this disaster?

Posted August 14, 2008

Politics, it said, makes for strange bedfellows. I have seen hundreds of examples in the many years I have been involved in politics.

Posted August 13, 2008

As I watched the opening ceremony of the Olympic Games and witnessed the incredible images created by the Chinese people, my mind flashed back to the late Boris Yeltsin.

Posted August 12, 2008

Last week President George W. Bush attended the opening of the Olympics in Beijing, China, the first American President to attend outside his own country.

Posted August 07, 2008

This past week we have heard non-stop about the race card. This is one of the most long-running uses of it in the political process.

Posted August 06, 2008

When Congress returns after Labor Day the Republican Whip, Representative Roy Blunt (R-MO), will introduce the American Energy Act.

Posted August 05, 2008

I spent the period from the late 1980s to 2000 teaching our form of government to the people of the Soviet Union.

Posted August 04, 2008

This year will go down in history as one in which great fighters for freedom have been called home by the good Lord.

Posted July 31, 2008

Earlier this week the White House announced that the projected Fiscal Year 2009 deficit will be $490 billion, an amount much higher than originally anticipated and also a record for the national deficit.

Posted July 30, 2008

I have been feeling rather blue. Those who know me know that I never give up without a fight. My problem is with the so-called "Fairness Doctrine," which represents the opposite of fairness.

Posted July 29, 2008

It was an unusually warm January day in Washington as President-elect Barack Hussein Obama took the oath of office administered by longtime Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens.



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