Del Beccaro: The White House’s war on charity
Incredibly, in this season of giving, the White House is seeking to limit charitable deductions as part of the budget deal. Limiting charitable deductions for organizations, from the American Cancer Society to the Catholic Church, would jeopardize their good works | Read More »
Romney must improve our nation’s energy policy
Op-ed: Our state and federal policies actively and significantly restrict our ability to access our own energy supplies even as we subsidize countries like Brazil to access theirs.
The axis of weakness: Carter, Clinton and Obama
It is worth remembering that once-candidate Obama declared that his presidency would transform our relationship with the Mideast countries.
The predictable failure of Obama the social engineer
Many presidents came into office facing economic troubles. Some respond by pushing government action. Others rely more on private initiative.
No, Mr. Carville, the supreme defeat of ObamaCare will hurt Democrats
James Carville went so far as to suggest that ObamaCare’s demise would be the greatest thing ever to happen to the Democrat Party. Carville couldn’t be more wrong.
Why Obama’s envy campaign will not work
Obama’s divisive reelection strategy has no plan for the future and American voters want a plan.
The Enduring Lesson Of The 2010 Elections
Time to show voters real cost of government.
Obama’s Hopeless Foreign Policy
Edmund Burke said it best: “Those who don’t know history are destined to repeat it.” You can put the President in that group.