Published February 11, 2013
As we look toward the next four years, we must not overlook the far-reaching consequences of the president’s actions early in his second term.
Published November 08, 2012
The reasons for Republicans’ lack of success this year go far deeper than our candidate’s personal appeal.
Published July 18, 2012
In the 2012 campaign President Obama is attempting to assemble support with parochial appeals to separate pieces of the electorate, hoping he can tape together an electoral majority. It comes with a healthy dose of cynicism and class warfare rhetoric.
Published May 10, 2012
Not even President Obama’s strongest supporters believe America will do much better if he’s reelected this November. Does anyone believe Obama’s policies will create 12 million jobs like Reagan did in his second term?
Published May 01, 2012
The president elected on a promise of “hope and change” feels his only route to reelection is dividing America, castigating his political opponents, and even politicizing great matters of national security.
Published January 23, 2012
Florida is easily the largest, most important and diverse state to vote in the Republican primaries so far.
Published July 15, 2011
The administration is addicted to big government. All they’ll talk about are tax increases. Unfortunately, you can’t come close to solving the debt crisis with higher taxes.
Published March 03, 2011
If we are to hold our public officials accountable for budgets and spending, we must give them the flexibility and the power to deliver vital public services in the most efficient and cost effective manner possible.
Published November 12, 2010
Republicans now have more House members than at any time since 1946 and the most state legislators since 1928, but there is still room for additional gains as we look at the Congressional elections of 2012.
Published August 16, 2010
The lesson from history is clear: Democratic federal domination leads to excessive reliance on the party’s liberal base and policy overreach especially in tax, spending and energy matters, resulting in a backlash from the public that quickly trims or eliminates Democratic congressional majorities and turns the president out of office.