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  • Dangerous Collusion

    I’ve never been much of a conspiracy theorist, but I don’t know how reasonable people can fail to recognize the overt collusion of the Obama administration, the Democratic National Committee, the Democratic Party and the liberal media to shield Hillary Clinton from accountability for her many misdeeds and abundant corruption.

  • Still Voting for Trump; Must Defeat Clinton

    Each passing day, this presidential election becomes more distasteful, but that doesn’t relieve me of my duty to do what I believe is right.

  • Kaine Reveals Emptiness of Democratic Policies

    Because of his stellar debate performance, some think Mike Pence was positioning himself for a presidential run in 2020. But if likability still matters, it’s likelier that Tim Kaine was taking himself out of the 2020 running.

  • Unorthodox Thoughts About the Unorthodox Debate

    I realize my biases probably keep me from assessing debates as objectively as some, but I still must dissent a bit from the conventional wisdom on Monday’s Trump-Clinton contest.

  • Clinton and Obama, First Heal Yourselves on Race

    Hillary Clinton is the worst kind of political animal, one who will exploit anything for political gain, distort facts and shift her positions at will for votes, significantly more than your garden-variety pandering politician.

  • Political Correctness Doesn’t Only Threaten Speech

    Many, including me, have lamented that political correctness, especially on university campuses, is undermining free speech.

  • Never-Trumpers vs. Reluctant Trumpers

    Are you as sick as I am of seeing the tedious finger-pointing between never-Trumpers and certain Republicans who have decided — many reluctantly — to vote for Donald Trump?

  • Trump Created an Opening; He'd Better Drive Through It

    Trump Created an Opening; He’d Better Drive Through It

    The stars are finally aligning for a significant shift toward Donald Trump in this presidential campaign. Hillary Clinton is rightfully under siege. The polls have already narrowed, and Trump hit home runs — at least triples — in Mexico City and Phoenix.

  • Karma for the Clintons at Last?

    Karma for the Clintons at Last?

    Hold on; we may finally be getting some fireworks in this lackluster presidential campaign — as the Clinton Foundation scandal seems to be gathering steam.

  • Obama, the Worst President Ever, Except Maybe for Hillary

    Obama, the Worst President Ever, Except Maybe for Hillary

    It’s one thing for “Never Trump” Republicans to criticize Donald Trump, but Democrats, the liberal media and pedestal-perched professors who have enabled President Obama and now support Hillary Clinton have no standing to do so.

  • Hillary Would Give Us a Disastrous Third Obama Term

    Hillary Would Give Us a Disastrous Third Obama Term

    When it comes to unity, the Democrats talk a good game — but in the end they promote disunity because their electability depends on dividing society into groups and inciting anger, resentment and distrust.

  • Bernie Is a Mainstream Democrat

    Bernie Is a Mainstream Democrat

    People often make fun of Bernie Sanders and his supporters, but with all this levity, we may be underestimating the seriousness of this political movement and what it signifies concerning our ongoing struggle for liberty. At first, no one took | Read More »

  • OK, Hillary, Have Fun Defending Obama's Record

    OK, Hillary, Have Fun Defending Obama’s Record

    Some Republicans are disillusioned with their party’s nominee, but imagine how rank-and-file Democrats must feel. Their presumptive nominee, Hillary Clinton, not only is exceedingly unappealing in her own right but also seeks to fulfill Barack Obama’s third term and must | Read More »

  • Encouraged by the Pence Pick

    Encouraged by the Pence Pick

    I believe that Donald Trump was smart to pick Indiana Gov. Mike Pence to be his running mate. All things considered, it’s an encouraging development, whether Trump picked him because he truly wanted him or he did so at the | Read More »

  • Obama, Clinton and Race Exploitation

    Obama, Clinton and Race Exploitation

    Hillary Clinton, exploiting the venue of her appearance in Springfield, Illinois — where Abraham Lincoln warned against “a house divided” — told America that Donald Trump is not fit to lead in times of racial tension. This is rich, considering | Read More »

  • Obama's Divisive Double Standards

    Obama’s Divisive Double Standards

    President Obama’s knee-jerk reaction to the Dallas shootings brings into clear relief his biases and double standards on racially or religiously motivated violence. Have we ever had a president as blinded by his ideology and as oblivious or dismissive about | Read More »

  • Hillary: Guilty as Not Charged

    Hillary: Guilty as Not Charged

    It’s no mere academic question: Do we believe in the rule of law anymore? Are we a nation of laws or of men? The cherished idea of the rule of law in our system is about everyone’s being subject to | Read More »

  • No, Hillary, It's Not Time To Move On

    No, Hillary, It’s Not Time To Move On

    Am I fantasizing even to hope that Hillary Clinton will finally be held accountable for her lies and corruption — to say nothing of her actions in her role as bimbo-slayer for her libidinous husband? Perhaps so, but to borrow | Read More »

  • Can We Harness The Worldwide Populist Movement

    Can We Harness The Worldwide Populist Movement

    It is hard to deny that there is a worldwide impulse against elitism, globalism, unaccountable regulatory bureaucracies and illegal immigration that is powerfully present in the United States and transcends the Donald Trump candidacy. The vote to leave the European | Read More »

  • Free Condoms -- What Could Go Wrong?

    Free Condoms — What Could Go Wrong?

    Remember when the left passionately insisted that public schools distribute free condoms to students on the bizarre theory that they were going to have sex anyway and we might as well make it safe? Well, the results are in, and | Read More »