Americans seem to have become accustomed to the casual use of the “F” word, with celebrities tracking, proudly, the number of times they “drop the “f” bomb” in public. The frequent use of the “f” word has coarsened our public discourse. But, many of our most emblematic American values, the very characteristics that shape our national character and contribute to American exceptionalism, have been given a bad rep by liberals because they, too, are “F” words.
"The measure of a life is the people you love," Mitt Romney says, describing what family means to him. "This is a big part of the family I love."
Over time I have observed changes in attitude among many young Republicans and I believe the shifts in attitude I see help explain the rise of Ron Paul.
Three incidents in recent days tell us all we need to know about the Obama Administration’s "values."
The Pew Research Center has provided some timely food for thought as we enter our traditional holiday season.
Santorum may be dragging up the rear in the line-up of Republican presidential candidates, but I am grateful to him for being the only candidate who insists that the so-called “social issues” remain an integral, explicit part of his agenda.
No matter what the tax rates have been, in postwar America tax revenues have remained at about 19.5% of GDP.