Published May 16, 2011
Huckabee's absence in the 2012 contest, leaves an enormous hole for the most reliable block of GOP voters in the country: evangelicals.
Published May 06, 2011
The first GOP debate of the 2012 presidential campaign is over. One thing is clear after last night's debate in Greenville, S.C.: facts, issues, circumstances, and policies will not be merely side shows in the 2012 campaign.Team Obama I hope you were taking notes.
Published April 26, 2011
Here's what I want to know, Mr. President. Before you give your next speech suggesting that on those in your income bracket ought to be "ponying up" and "doing more" when will you be cutting your own check and putting your money where your mouth is?
Published April 15, 2011
In his latest book nationally syndicated radio talk show host and columnist Kevin McCullough tackles the thorny issue of why the audacity of hope is not found in the current path that President Barack Obama has laid.
Published March 29, 2011
President Obama gave an interesting speech Monday night but it was a lame attempt to make the Libyan circumstances that led to military action seem unique to his presidency. President George W. Bush saw this day coming long before much of the rest of world leadership did.
Published February 14, 2011
If the results of the CPAC straw poll do not sufficiently demonstrate the bizarre nature and overall oddity of this year's gathering of "conservatives," nothing else can. This year's conference wasn't about advancing conservatism. Just ask the libertarians.
Published February 09, 2011
Some conservatives act as though they are armed with a rhetorical flamethrower. They pull the trigger, scorch the surface of what they've aimed at, and then move on. Somehow they believe they've done the world a favor.
Published January 25, 2011
From the best moment of President Obama's State of the Union address to his most surprising moment. Here are the highlights... and the lowlights.
Published January 24, 2011
This year, in a case of horrible timing, it feels to me as though the political left has taken an even bolder step, continuing to publicly affirm an industry and code of practice that is eerily similar to what was done by Dr. Kermit Gosnell -- a man that most in America now believe should be put to death.
Published November 19, 2010
The online reality of the Internet has accelerated the access, ease, and sophistication with which adultery is able to occur.