Published April 12, 2011
The first shots in the Civil War were fired at Fort Sumter on April 12, 150 years ago today. There are those who suggest the nation is once again as divided as it was a century and a half ago. Do they have a point?
Published March 01, 2011
Catch share is not only a better deal for the fishing industry, its good for the U.S. taxpayer.
Published November 02, 2010
Your vote is your voice – and the only person who can silence your voice is you.
Published September 24, 2010
Sen. Lisa Murkowski’s decision to run as a write in candidate, after promising, while she was ahead in the polls that she would respect the wishes of the voters, is an angry and petulant act that shows utter contempt for the democratic process.
Published May 12, 2010
Don't go looking for our Supreme Court justices in any of these places...
Published April 14, 2010
It is deceptive to argue that Obama is a centrist. As Gingrich suggests, he sits atop a secular, socialist machine that seeks to enlarge the power of the American government in order to remake American society and reshape its values.
Published January 27, 2010
This one speech will not revive the president’s lagging fortunes but it still could make a big difference in the future.
Published November 24, 2009
In civil society we look to our institutions of faith to define the right and wrong positions on moral issues, like abortion.
Published October 29, 2009
The real way to fix our health care mess is to follow a self-insurance model.
Published September 14, 2009
It’s easy to dismiss the crowd on Saturday as the product of “AstroTurf” lobbying -- the kind of activity national organizations stage to make it appear that an issue has captured more attention out in America’s heartland than it actually has. It would be easy -- and it would be wrong.