We now know how the Democrats plan to avoid an anti-Obama tidal wave in November. By counting on Republican Party leadership to betray conservatives yet again.
The Left keeps using words like rights, law, and tolerance. I do not think those words mean what they think they mean.
Promise me sons (and daughters) not to do the things we’ve done. Walk away from trouble if you can. Here are five keys to working smart if you’re going to get into politics.
This week the libertarian senator sat down with a group of key pastors who have a major say in who wins Iowa’s first in the nation caucuses. One of the attendees goes on the record about how it went.
Maybe we've had it wrong this whole time? Maybe the leadership of the Republican Party should be commended for the very things we often criticize them for? Or maybe I'm getting a contact high for living too close to Colorado.
The recent skirmish between the two likely 2016 Republican presidential candidates is but a preview of the fierce foreign policy debate to come.
The Left’s newest bold-faced lie: if you like your current religious liberty you can keep it.
Debunking Leftist hysteria about the Hobby Lobby ruling, which proves yet again we’ve become two totally different countries flying the same flag.
The Mississippi Senate runoff proves there’s only one way to beat the GOP establishment at its own game, otherwise the GOP will cease to exist in our lifetimes.
The final commandment of the “10 Commandments of Political Warfare” is one we almost never even try—play offense.
There are three important lessons to learn from one of the greatest upsets in American political history.
What to do when we’re attacked by the Left, which would be the exact opposite of what we’ve typically done.
For too long we’ve allowed the Left to get away with rarely really revealing their true motives/beliefs to the American people. Here’s how to change that.
If we don’t run qualified candidates we’re not going to defeat the Republican Party establishment and the Left, no matter how right we are on the issues. Here are four keys to finding the right candidates.
The 7th of the 10 Commandments of Political Warfare: define yourself before your opponent defines you, and define your opponent before he defines himself.
This is what happens when the Republican Party establishment consistently violates the 6th of my 10 Commandments of Political Warfare: Never abandon your base (unless they’re morally wrong).
Why the “justice” done to former Los Angeles Clippers Owner Donald Sterling now may result in more “injustices” later.
The 5th of the 10 Commandments of Political Warfare says to reverse the premise of the Left’s argument and use it against them.
The 4th of the 10 Commandments of Political Warfare says for too long conservatives have been doing their enemies’ work for them.
Commandment #3 of the 10 Commandments of Political Warfare. Whichever side’s premise gets argued wins the argument.