Congress Gets an American President — For A Day

It was fitting that Barack Obama was out of the country on the day when a leader walked into a joint session of Congress and spoke the way an American President should. Benjamin Netanyahu’s speech extolled America and the ideals for which it stands. The enthusiasm of the members of both the House and Senate […]

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Since When do the Democrats Love Big Auto?

All throughout the late 1960s, 70s and 80s, agitators on the Left despised General Motors and the other big automakers.  They mocked them as part of the military-industrial complex.  They called them greedy, just as they have done with Big Oil, Big Tobacco, Big Pharma. I remember how embarrassed people were when friends on the […]

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How come I’m not devastated?

The Republicans lost big. I’m a Republican — and yet I’m not devastated. For the first time, the loss doesn’t feel personal. Why? Because from the President on down, no one in the Party seems to touch us the way some Republicans previously did. Many haven’t gone out on a limb, in our behalf, to champion our causes. Many didn’t […]

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God in America

The Founding Fathers — from the Declaration of Independence to the Constitution — made clear that they welcomed into the public sphere the broad principles expressed in the Judeo Christian Bible. They affirmed and reaffirmed a societal need to live with the cognizance of a Creator, God. They wrote in the Declaration that our rights derive not […]

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