Wynton Hall

Posted August 17, 2009

It never fails: Democrat elitism always boomerangs back on itself.

Posted January 21, 2009

Clichéd, surprisingly dull, naive, and memorable only insofar as it was forgettable.

Posted November 05, 2008

Sen. Barack Obama won for a simple reason: historical amnesia.

Posted October 31, 2008

If Sen. Barack Obama loses the presidency or wins by far narrower margins than the double-digit lead some mainstream media polls predict, his weak performance will not be the result of the so-called “Bradley Effect,” which holds that black candidates underperform at the polls due to latent racism.

Posted August 18, 2008

Leftist Hollywood actors seldom receive praise for their historical foresight and political acumen. But maybe they should.

Posted February 04, 2008

How interesting that so many race-related political myths continue to be perpetuated by Democrats who know better.

Posted January 28, 2008

Some unsatisfied Republican voters, especially conservative ones, have threatened to sit out the Republican primary in protest.

Posted June 28, 2007

Conservatives are being picky about whom to back for president. They are wise to be picky.

Posted May 21, 2007

In their new book, Landmark Speeches of the American Conservative Movement, Wynton Hall and Peter Schweizer, research fellows at the Hoover Institution, have compiled thirteen speeches from prominent conservative figures to capture the modern American conservative movement.

Posted February 23, 2007

I'm about to commit speechwriter sacrilege and reveal the secret formula to all of Ronald Reagan’s most powerful speeches.