Both are living examples that personal success is not about government programs but about taking personal responsibility.
Because fewer are working for every retiree, our taxation nowhere near covers what the requirements for Social Security and Medicare will soon be.
Americans may have different opinions about what is wrong with the country. But there is plenty of agreement that the patient is sick.
The rate of child poverty in 2009 was 11 percent in homes with married parents and 44.3 percent in homes headed by single mothers.
Our president refuses to sit down and negotiate with Republicans who are constitutionally representing popular sentiment.
Big business, unions and Congress are getting themselves exempted out of Obamacare, ready to leave the rest of country to be shepherded into socialized medicine.
Only in Washington is it considered abnormal and obstructionist for a member of Congress to ring the alarm about the loss of freedom in America.
This president not only sits by and allows wanton murder of unborn children. He supports and endorses it.
We should wonder how we have so many discussions about freedom and so few about individual free choice and personal responsibility...
Fifty years after passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, isn't it time for some new thinking?