The Ron Paul youth have little interest in a Reagan-like "shining city on a hill" message, or talk about a threatening "evil empire" abroad.
The challenge for blacks in this country is they live in pockets that liberals have controlled for a long time.
If Democrats can nominate a hard core liberal, why can't Republicans offer a clear conservative alternative?
The self-evident truths enshrined in our Declaration of Independence are as self-evidently true for Iraqis as they are for us.
Net new job growth in America comes from entrepreneurs -- not from government bureaucrats and not even from corporate monoliths.
Cutting payroll taxes earmarked for bankrupted Social Security is no way to run a country and no way for people -- who are allegedly free and responsible citizens -- to live.
Although American attitudes are distinct, they are changing and trending in the direction of Europe.
We must understand and apply our operating manual -- our Constitution -- in a manner consistent with the principles of our nation's founding.
Some would have us believe that compromise is what has always defined our political process -- but compromise works only between parties that are essentially on the same page to begin with.
Santorum insists that there is a "moral component" to economic problems and that claims that one can be discussed meaningfully without the other are bogus.