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  • Romney should choose bold colors, not pale pastels

    Should the GOP presidential nominee run as a conservative or more of a centrist?

  • Social Conservative Jeff Bell contends polarized politics can help a candidate

    Bell’s new book is a must read for social conservatives who want to understand how to forge a path to having a governing majority in America.

  • Good economists

    It’s difficult to be a good economist and simultaneously be perceived as compassionate. To be a good economist, one has to deal with reality.

  • Katie Pavlich’s ‘Fast and Furious’

    Of all the myriad scandals of the Obama administration, there is one, largely ignored by the mainstream media, that could actually be its worst.

  • Vigilante Bloomberg claims NRA and 25 states grant a license to murder

    Unless one was hiding under a rock in East Timor, it is hard to escape the 24/7 coverage of the Trayvon Martin murder case. The accused is Floridian, George Zimmerman, a self-described “captain of the neighborhood watch” program, and the | Read More »

  • Thank You, Ms. Rosen

    Rosen didn’t misspeak; she spoke deliberately and with passion. And when given a chance to retract or soften her remarks, she doubled down — at least initially.

  • Chris Christie steals the show at Bush 4% growth conference

    Former President George W. Bush came to the Big Apple Texas style…

  • Media dishonesty and race hustlers

    Editors for the LA Times, The NY Times and the Chicago Tribune admitted to deliberately censoring information about black crime for political reasons.

  • Holder’s corrupt opposition to voter ID laws

    Obama and Holder appear to view almost everything through the prism of race or, at the very least, use race as an excuse to justify otherwise very dubious policies.

  • Book Review: Beating the Reaper!

    You and your spouse are attacked leaving a late movie. In a flurry of gunfire, you successfully kill one of the attackers and drive off the other.  However, you have taken a grievous wound to your leg. There is blood | Read More »

  • Obama has it backward; Striking down ObamaCare would protect our republic

    For a man who held himself out as a model of bipartisanship, this president manages to insinuate himself into every imaginable issue on which he has a strong opinion.

  • Dupes for the state

    Public misunderstanding, ignorance and possibly contempt for liberty play into the hands of people who want to control our lives.

  • NYC courts continue to ‘shakedown’ legal gun owners at airports

  • Gun Review: Ruger LCR

    Let me admit my bias up front: I’m a Smith & Wesson kind of guy.  I’ve owned and carried many of their handguns both on and off-duty. The first handgun I ever bought was a model 10 heavy barrel that | Read More »

  • Obama touts his record

    President Obama’s precious government “investments” are not what has made this country great, but they are helping to destroy those things that have.

  • Obama doubling down on his Leftist radicalism

    You can’t even casually surf the Internet on any given day without numerous reminders of just how radical President Obama is.

  • Profiling

    Few people have the courage to acknowledge that black and young has become synonymous with crime and, hence, suspicion. To make that connection does not make one a racist.

  • Gun Review: Arsenal Firearms AF2011-A1

    The most radical pistol design of 2012 wasn’t at the SHOT Show; it was at the 2012 IWA & Outdoor Classics show in Nuremberg, Germany earlier this month.  What was this new pistol?  The double-barrel 1911 from Arsenal Firearms. The | Read More »

  • Obamacare: Will the court vindicate itself?

    If there has ever been a case that could vindicate the Supreme Court as a guardian of liberty or incriminate it as freedom’s thief, it is the court’s present consideration of the Affordable Care Act.

  • Liberal opposition to Ryan plan is delusional demagoguery

    How catastrophic would the nation’s fiscal condition have to be before liberals recognized its urgency?