Quid est Veritas? - Erick Erickson
What is truth? It is in short supply in the 21st century.
The Uses of Disgrace - Mona Charen
Predators today expect their offenses to get just a wink and a nod.
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Gun control is destined to be obeyed primarily by its advocates.
Hey, Republican Big Spenders: Keep the Spending Caps - Stephen Moore
Why repeal the best weapon against runaway federal spending in 30 years?
Communism vs. Fascism - Burt Prelutsky
There has never been a Communist leader without blood on his hands.
Warming, Cooling, or Changing: Which Is It? - Vijay Jayaraj
Terminologies are powerful.
Repeal and Replace the Tax Code - George Will
The tax bill now under consideration will compound the moral hazards.
We the People, Free to Recycle or Not - State Rep. John McGinnis (R-PA 79th)
King George III had nothing on today's America.
Our Culture Is Experiencing a Hostile Takeover - Sam Sorbo
We must stop rejecting God if we ever want it to end.
We Can All Serve Our Country - James F. Burns
Please be such a server — for a cause nobler than self.
America's Founding Ideals Are Worth Fighting For - Scott Rasmussen
These are tough times to be optimistic about America.
Illinois Exemplifies Our Fiscal Foolishness - George Will
While the people bleed for taxes, the Democratic elites float in gravy.
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