I’m tired of writing these kinds of posts, but they are instructive.
The president’s approval numbers are tanking...
“The problem with socialism is that you eventually run out of other people’s money,” Mrs. Thatcher once quipped.
“Countries with minimum wage laws almost invariably have higher rates of unemployment than countries without minimum wage laws,” Thomas Sowell recently wrote.
MRCTV’s Dan Joseph recently walked around American University asking students how they defined the terms “conservative” and “progressive.” It didn’t go so well:
It seems the Democratic Party has reached a New Frontier.
Conservative Catholics who hoped Pope Francis would adopt the same methods and tactics as his two predecessors are sorely disappointed.
That’s Democratic political consultant James Carville opining on the political benefits of smoking crack cocaine, or something -- this morning on MSNBC.
A not-so-subtle dig at the recently re-elected governor of New Jersey.
First things first. Yes, the president's overall job approval rating is five percentage points higher today than 43's was at this point in his presidency, but that's not something to write home about.
Yesterday we touched on the fact that the Department of Justice is suing Louisiana over its successful school voucher program.
The BLS released the October jobs report Friday morning.
The Department of Justice is suing Louisiana.
We now know that the Obamacare website didn’t pass inspection nor live up to simple, rudimentary standards before Team Obama’s brain trust launched it.
In contrast to what RNC Chairman Reince Priebus said this morning, conservative talk radio host Rush Limbaugh argued this afternoon that Virginia’s Attorney General, Ken Cuccinelli, was left high and dry by the powers that be in the Republican Party.
After Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli narrowly lost his bid for governor last night to Terry McAuliffe, many Republicans – and conservatives, in particular – are asking lots of questions about why the Republican candidate was so handily outspent.
Chris Christie has had this election wrapped up for months, or so it seemed. But now it’s official.
Now that the president’s “you can keep your health care plan” lie has been thoroughly exposed and debunked as fiction, the conservative-leaning non-profit organization, American Crossroads, is turning up the heat on Red State Senate Democrats.
The White House was reportedly so committed to implementing Obamacare that its official sign-up website...
That’s an awful long time to wait to be recognized.