Published November 21, 2013
We are now living in a republic in which politicians do what they want without regard to tradition or the best interests of our country.
Published August 08, 2013
It was simply mindboggling to listen to a grown man explain the logic he uses to justify taking food aid -- and thus free food -- rather than working and paying for it himself.
Published March 29, 2013
What started as a small dispute over the historical record of a presidential speech from four decades ago has now metastasized into a raging controversy over a new book about Roger Ailes and Fox News, written by the veteran author Zev Chafets.
Published March 22, 2013
One of the major events from 1979 is the speech that never dies. I am referring to President Carter’s “crisis of confidence” speech.
Published February 28, 2013
While Barack Obama may not share the Nixon pedigree, he and his White House are the closest thing to the Nixon regime of any that we have seen since Watergate.
Published October 23, 2012
George McGovern was the most honorable politician I have ever known.
Published October 15, 2012
The New York Times still thinks of itself as "the paper of record," it’s the one paper every network newscast consults on a daily basis. So why isn't Libya on the front page Monday morning?
Published September 29, 2012
The press’s job is to protect the liberty and freedom of all of us from a government and from organized governmental power. When they desert those ramparts and become active participants and decide to tell you what truth you may know, as an American, and what truth you are not allowed to know, then they have made themselves a fundamental threat to democracy.
Published November 21, 2011
President Obama can't win in by running a constructive campaign, and he won't be able to govern if he does win a second term. Is this the Hillary moment our country needs?
Published December 17, 2010
We are seeing an increasingly widening gulf between the interests of the political class – whose primary interest is remaining in office -- and those of the electorate.