- Obama Administration Won’t Defend DOMA: Calling the law unconstitutional, the Justice Department has been directed by the president to abandon any defense of the law. The move is speculated to lead to the end of the Defense of Marriage Act in America.
- George Lemieux Still Supports High Speed Rail: The former GOP Senator, known deficit hawk and unofficial candidate won’t backpedal his previous support of high speed rail in Florida.
- Blue Dogs Becoming RINOS: Across the South, the dying breed of “moderate” Democrats has reached a tipping point. Elected moderate Dems are jumping ship in waves to join the GOP caucus, but can they stay true to Republican principles?
- DLC Suspends Operations: Bill and Hillary Clinton were on the forefront of the Democratic Leadership Caucus. Decades after its creation, the centrist Democrat group closes its doors – leaving only the extreme fringes of the Party.
- Progressive Study Makes Right Turn: Progressive think tank Center for American Progress studied student achievement and discovered to their surprise that more money does not appear to make for better students.
- Can Government Make You Buy a Gun? With the fate of the Obama health care law in the hands of the Supreme Court, America ponders the limits of federal power. One conservative blogger flips the script on liberal ideology.
- Obama Budget Raises Airfare: The president’s budget for FY 2012 is supposed to make deep cuts and reduce the budget deficit. But will air travelers shoulder the burden?
- Reagan and Taxes: Powerline looks back at Reagan’s history of tax reform and rethinks the spin on rollercoaster tax rates in the Reagan era.
- GOP Should Win Two New FL Seats: Reapportionment after the 2010 census delivered Florida two new House seats and electors. High growth rates in GOP-leaning areas suggests that Florida’s two new Members could both be Republicans.
Our Greatest Presidents: Each Presidents’ Day we reflect on Washington and Lincoln. But this year, we suggest adding another great February birthday to the list of great American presidents.
100 Years of Reagan: On President Reagan’s 100th birthday, we discovered why the Reagan years are remembered so fondly and what made Reagan more than just a great communicator.
2012 Budget: A Deficit of Change: President Obama’s budget skyrockets the national debt and hikes taxes.
Papa, Can You Hear Me? Republican women lead the charge for equality under law, arguably the most conservative principle of all. Read the conservative case for marriage equality and the daring women breaking their silence.
I’d Like to Thank…The Teamsters? Jessica Osman dives into the Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Awards and the Hollywood obsession with liberalism.
Egyptian Uprising: Sheela Venero takes a look at revolution in Egypt and can’t help but notice the similiarities between 2011 and 1979. Will Egypt be Obama’s Iran?
Harry’s Law: You’ll slap your knee, laugh out loud, and shed some tears – but don’t forget to keep your mind aware of propaganda while you watch this great new show.
Do Words Matter to Debbie Wasserman Schultz? Its easy to tell others to watch their vitriolic rhetoric, but Wasserman Schultz has a dark history of her own. Will she turn a new leaf or will liberals continue to slander the Right?