A new poll shows that of those who are decided 58 percent of Americans want their elected officials, not courts to determine abortion policy.
Shane Vander Hart: Kevin Williamson’s firing at The Atlantic is an example of the left silencing those with whom they disagree. If he is “too extreme,” what influential conservative voice out there do they believe isn’t?
Shane Vander Hart: A good faith conversation about what place the Confederacy should have in our collective historical memory is necessary but difficult to have.
The Mississippi Republican Senate Primary runoff election between State Senator Chris McDaniel and 42-year incumbent U.S. Senator Thad Cochran illustrates that the Republican establishment will seek to win at any cost. Cochran edged out his challenger 50.8% to 49.2% separated by 6,300 votes out of 375,000 cast. Even if it means losing their own base […]
Americans for Prosperity – Iowa and National Review cohosts Iowa U.S. Senate Primary debate on Wednesday, October 25th at Drake University in Des Moines.
Kathleen Porter-Magee and Sol Stern ask in the National Review why conservatives object to the Common Core State Standards. Here are six reasons.
I realize that I’m a day late and a dollar short on posting about yesterday’s National Review editorial. At the end they wrote: To conclude from these possibilities to the accusation that President Obama’s favored legislation will lead to “death panels” deciding whose life has sufficient value to be saved — let alone that Obama […]