As he prepares an almost-certain run for president, and in a move which distinguishes himself from Mitt Romney whose “Commonwealth Care” (Obamacare-lite) which is bankrupting Massachusetts and damaging that state’s health care system,… more »
I’m going to write about the broader issue of the 17th Amendment in much greater detail sometime soon, but thought it important to mention a couple of things now given that it’s the subject of a Colorado campaign commercial.
The Democratic… more »
The Gallup polling organization just released the results of a poll of registered voters taken from August 23-29. The poll shows a 10-point Republican advantage, not just the highest in this election cycle but the highest ever.
In fact, the last three… more »
On Friday, at the Steamboat Institute’s Second Annual Freedom Conference, I had the chance to speak with Republican Senate candidate from Nevada, Sharron Angle, in addition to hearing her address to the assembled audience.
Here’s my take on… more »
While I’m attending the Steamboat Institute’s Second Annual Freedom Conference (and you should be here, too!), may I offer you my article on the primary election season, written for The American Spectator’s web site?
You can find it… more »
H/T Christopher S.
In this Op-Ed for the Washington Times, Peggy Venable of the Texas chapter of Americans for Prosperity explains how Texas is standing up for federalism, good science, and economic sanity.
Please see “VENABLE: Texas fights… more »
A few brief thoughts on a selection of Tuesday’s primary results:
Florida: The decisive victory of Kendrick Meek in the Democratic US Senate primary over his billionaire opponent is very bad news for the Democrats and very good news for Marco… more »