What is the overriding national issue that makes this year’s Congressional elections so crucial?
Those unfamiliar with political rhetoric may not know that “special interests” mean people who support your opponents.
What was Dinesh D’Souza’s crime? Contributing more to a candidate’s campaign than federal law allowed him. Should this be any of the government’s business? Or is he being made an “example” of?
It’s not twilight in America because Obama won. Obama won because it was, sadly, already twilight in America.
A man such as our current president is far more dangerous to the survival of the United States than any terrorists from the Mideast.
In this final debate, centered on foreign policy, Romney and Obama agreed that “crippling sanctions” are the way to defeat the Iranian dictatorship. They’re both wrong. Sanctions only hurt democratic governments. Totalitarian governments answer to nobody. Ever heard of Cuba? Sanctions never did a thing to unseat Castro. Totalitarian dictatorships control every waking moment of […]
Q: I’d enjoy reading your thoughts on Vice President Joe Biden’s actions during the debate with Paul Ryan. His constant laughing, smirking, and interrupting. From a psychological perspective, what was going on there? A: It’s hard to say for sure, of course. Psychological reactions are very personal, and we won’t necessarily ever know them. But […]
If the Republicans lose the election, save this article for reference and insight at that time. Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan keep trying to argue that they are the better ones qualified to “save Medicare.” Here’s the problem with this approach. It implies that you love and support the Medicare program. But Medicare is, literally […]
Obama supporters claim it’s “shocking” for Mitt Romney to suggest that people would vote for Obama to keep the free loot coming. Why is it shocking? The welfare state of the United States is now a massive entitlement state. No longer can we indulge the fiction that welfare is only “for the most poor, and […]
Barack Obama, America’s 44th president, loped into the arena last night applauding himself. When he stepped up to the podium, his eyes looked tired and his eyelids were heavy. He said next to nothing, really, which is what he stands for. It’s what his presidency ultimately redounds to. Nothing has been accomplished with his wars, […]
Advocates of individual rights sometimes debate whether it’s better to vote for the Republican, or to abstain altogether (or vote for a third-party candidate with zero possibility of victory.) I like the way Ayn Rand put it back in 1972, the last time (other than 2008) when we had an unblinking socialist on a major […]
I don’t know how the ex-president Bill Clinton will be remembered, though I suspect his main legacy may be how he embodies the narcissism of our times. Tonight’s speech at the Democratic National Convention, in which he nominated a lousy American president whom he race-baited four years ago, certainly fits that possibility. He was, as […]