Traditional conservatism encompasses all of what President Ronald Reagan described as the three-legged stool of true conservatism: strong free-market economic policies, strong defense and strong social values.
There is a new Scarlet Letter in this country. It is not the letter “A” of Nathaniel Hawthorne’s novel. Rather, it is the letter “B.” It stands for Believer.
You see and hear the question all the time: What Would Reagan Do? I suggest the question should be: What Would the Founders Do?
“Hate crime laws” undermine the Rule of Law and violate the most basic spirit of the U.S. Constitution
The Left argues for “human rights.” I would suggest what humans have are opportunities — which always come with responsibilities.
There is a distinct difference between having the ability to do a thing and having the right to do it.
There are still powerful Republicans in Congress and in the GOP itself who are not conservative. But we can change that and it is much easier than you might think.
Various states have passed laws against “distracted driving.” But there is a bigger problem in the U.S. — “distracted living.”
The Reverends Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton, Jim Wallis, Jeremiah Wright and Father Michael Pfleger insist racism is alive and well in America. And they are right. All they need do is look in their respective mirrors to see some of its most active proponents.
Politicians take your money in the form of taxes, then use that money to buy your votes.