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GOP’s Second-Ranking Senator Announces Retirement

Senate Minority Whip Jon Kyl (R-Ariz.) has announced that he will retire when his current term expires in 2012. 

Abraham Lincoln, Political Tyrant

We’ve spent a lot of time recently bashing “the worst President who ever lived.” Instead, this week let’s do something different. Let’s turn our attention to the President whose birthday we celebrate tomorrow… the Great Emancipator, who is generally acclaimed as the greatest American President of them all. But was he… 

Bush Scraps Swiss Trip In Wake Of Protests, Criminal Charges

Former President George W. Bush has canceled a trip to Switzerland amid reports of protests and legal action linked to his administration’s handling of foreign detainees. 

Forgetting Ronald Reagan

All right, this needs to stop before it gets completely out of hand. Even President Barack Obama is doing it these days: “I think Ronald Reagan changed the trajectory of America…” And you’re hard at work changing it back; right, Mr. President? 

It Feels So Good

In response to a discussion of a deflationary depression versus an inflationary depression, readers often ask me if a “soft landing” is possible. I guess the answer to that question depends on how you define soft landing. Read this article to learn how current government policies are reducing the standard of living in America… 

Wife Of Supreme Court Justice Heads Conservative Consulting Firm

Legal ethicists have raised concerns about the latest political move by Virginia Thomas, wife of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, claiming that her role as "an ambassador to the Tea Party movement" could affect her husband’s ability to remain objective. 

The Folly Of Interventionism

The uprising in Egypt, a United States puppet state run for 30 years by an America-approved dictator, demonstrates yet again the folly of a foreign policy of interventionism.

Despite billions of dollars in aid to Egypt, the Egyptian people don’t view America in a favorable light. According to a 2010 Zogby poll, fully 90 percent of Egyptians viewed the United States as a threat. Other polls show that eight out of 10 Egyptians view America unfavorably, and almost half view America very unfavorably.

Egyptians, tired of tyranny, are protesting in an effort to build a more democratic country. For his part, President Barack Obama continues to walk the fence between supporting long-time U.S. ally Hosni Mubarak and trying to get out front of whichever force on the ground establishes itself as the leader of the anti-Mubarak faction.

How did President George Washington recommend dealing with foreign alliances?

Governors Pen Letter That Blasts Obamacare

One week after Obamacare was ruled unConstitutional by a Federal judge in Florida, a total of 21 Republican governors have signed a letter to the United States government detailing how the healthcare overhaul might cripple their States’ budgets. 

Another Bush

The campaign to select the Republican to challenge Barack Obama in the 2012 Presidential election is underway and it seems the Republican brain trust has selected its challenger: Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush. 

Limited Government, Fiscal Conservatism Ideas Echoed During Reagan Centennial

Republicans celebrated the legacy of former President Ronald Reagan last weekend to mark what would have been his 100th birthday. 

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